Two cuts ('Round about Midnight and Missile Blues) from Wes Montgomery's meteoric entrance into the jazz world with his first LP as a leader (The Wes Montgomery Trio - A Dynamic New Sound) released in 1959 on this rare 7 inch EP from Riverside's Extended Play series. Montgomery is in the company of Melvin Rhyne on B-3 organ and Paul Parker on drums.
This 45rpm EP sounds much better than the OJC LP and CD.
1. 'Round About Midnight (T. Monk) 4:49 2. Missile Blues (W. Montgomery) 5:57
Wes Montgomery, guitar Melvin Rhyne, organ Paul Parker, drums
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