Wes Leonard dies from enlarged heart Wes Leonard went into cardiac arrest after making a game-winning shot in a high school basketball game. A medical examiner ruled his untimely death was the result of an enlarged heart. Terrell Brown reports. ()
Wes Montgomery "Willow Weep For Me" From the 1965 album, "Smokin At The Half Note" here's Wes Montgomery along with the Wynton Kelly Trio performing the live version of "Willow Weep For Me".
Nicas dream - Wes Montgomery 1965 Nicas dream - Wes Montgomery 1965 A nice jazz standerd where the 4/4 jazz is exchanged with latin rhythms was written by master jazz pianist Horace Silver. Wes Montgomery is accompanied by a group of young Dutch musicians, probably all still in their early twenties. Although unknown in the larger part of the world these are Pim Jacobs piano, his younger brother Ruud on bass and drummer Han Bennink who can compete with the best in the larger part of that world. "Wes" Montgomery1923 - 1968) Montgomery is often considered the greatest of modern Jazz guitarists.Montgomery toured with Lionel Hampton early in his career, however the combined stress of touring and being away from family brought him back home to Indianaopolis. To support his family of eight, Montgomery worked in a factory from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm, then performed in local clubs from 9:00 pm to 2:00 am. Instead of using a guitar pick, Montgomery plucked the strings with the fleshy part of his thumb, using downstrokes for single notes and a combination of upstrokes and downstrokes for chords and octaves. This technique enabled him to get a mellow, expressive tone from his guitar. Wes had a corn on his thumb, which gave his sound that point. He would get one sound for the soft parts, and then that point by using the corn. That's why no one will ever match Wes. And his thumb was double-jointed. He could bend it all the way back to touch his wrist, which he would do just to shock people." He didn't have a very long to ...
MAESTRO FRESH WES - Drop The Needle Classic Canadian Hip Hop as per request.
Wes Montgomery - Four On Six - The Incredible Jazz Guitar Of Wes Montgomery Classic. Comment/Rate/Enjoy!
Wes Craven's New Nightmare Director Wes Craven and his cast star as themselves in this wicked spin on the Horror Genre. Key players from earlier Nightmare on Elm Street installments are terrorized by Freddy Krueger and his razor-fingered glove as he crosses over into their offscreen lives. MPAA Rating: R
Wes Montgomery - Four On Six (1965) Wes Montgomery - Guitar Rick Laird - Bass Stan Tracey - Piano Jackie Dougan - Drums
Wes Montgomery - Windy THP December 12, 1967.
Wes Montgomery - Hamburg 1965 Jazz
Wes Clark - America's Foreign Policy "Coup" Complete video at: fora.tv Retired four-star general and former Democratic Presidential candidate Wesley Clark criticizes the course of US foreign policy in the wake of September 11, 2001. ----- Wesley Clark discusses "A Time to Lead." Wesley Clark sought the presidency during the 2004 elections, seeking to bring a less hawkish perspective to the White House. After the campaign, Clark did not end his crusade for what he sees as a better America, one that supports his vision of a responsible foreign policy. He believes that hard work, leadership and determination will ultimately turn the country around. - The Commonwealth Club Wesley Clark is a retired four-star general of the United States Army. Clark was valedictorian of his class at West Point, was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to the University of Oxford where he earned a master's degree in economics, and later graduated from the Command and General Staff College with a master's degree in military science. He spent 34 years in the Army and the Department of Defense, receiving many military decorations, several honorary knighthoods, and a Presidential Medal of Freedom.
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"Wild View: Carnivorous Plants" hosted by Wes Major. Equilibrio Films presents "Wild View: Carnivorous Plants" hosted by Wes Major. This episode explores the astonishing world of the Carnivorous Plants in the wild. Wes Major takes us on a journey from the bogs of New England to the Pine Savannahs of North Carolina and Northern Florida as he examines the North American Pitcher Plant (Sarracenia), the Sundew (Drosera), and the incredible Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula).Directed by Christian Munoz-Donoso
MAESTRO FRESH WES - Let Your Backbone Slide From Canadian hip hop artist Maestro Fresh Wes' 1989 debut album Symphony In Effect.
Wes Kremer - Sk8mafia AM Video Wes Kremer sounds like the name of a horror movie director. Well, he's not scary, but he is sick. Wes Kremer's part from the Sk8mafia AM Video. Song: Pete Rock & CL Smooth - They Reminisce Over You Honors: #5 - Top Favorited (Today) - Sports #84 - Top Rated (Today) - Sports #20 - Top Favorited (This Week) - Sports Nick Tucker's Part: Larelle Gray's Part: Kellen James's Part: Brandon Turner's Part: Jamie Palmore's Part: Marshall Heath's Part:
Wes Montgomery - Blue Monk - 1965 Rehearsal in Hamburg Wes Montgomery - guitar Johnny Griffin - tenor sax Ronnie Scott - tenor sax Hans Koller - alto sax Ronnie Ross - baritone sax Martial Solal - piano Michel Gaudry - bass Ronnie Stephenson - drums
The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery To Buy This Music: Chapter 14 of "Orrin Keepnews, Producer" features the 1960 Riverside recording by Wes Montgomery "The Incredible Jazz Guitar," with Montgomery, Tommy Flanagan, Percy and Tootie Heath. One of themost respected of all jazz producers, Orrin Keepnews's long and productive career has included working with such artists as Sonny Rollins, Bill Evans, Wes Montgomery, Cannonball Adderley and Thelonious Monk, as well as founding influential jazz labels Riverside and Milestone. The Keepnews Collection, from The Concord Music Group is a reissue series of albums produced by this jazz legend. It features time-honored titles recorded by the true titans of jazz, originally released on Riverside and Milestone Records. All reissues, with 24-bit remastering from the master tapes, include original liner notes and Keepnews' voluminous new commentaries; when available, the original tracks are supplemented by bonus cuts from the sessions. Concept and Production Bret Primack
Wes Anderson Spider-Man - Amazing Spider-Man What if Wes Anderson Rebooted the Spider-Man Franchise? A Parody by Jeff Loveness Download Damien Youth's "Coming Home" Here contact Jeff Loveness: jloveness @ Contact Conrad Flynn: conradflynn @ A huge thank you to Damien Youth for letting us use his song "Coming Home" off of his album Songs From Black Tower. Cinematography by Kyle Helf Painting Owned by: Mark Borghi Jeff Loveness: Jason Schartzman/ Peter Parker Conrad Flynn: Owen Wilson/Harry Osborn Mishy Turner: Gwyneth Paltrow/ Mary Jane Kyle Helf: Thug Original Music Composed by Jared LaGroue Thanks to JJ Starr, Maureen Manning, Susan Salas, Keith Cantu, Adam Prints, Daniel Clark Wes Anderson, Spider-Man, Spider-Man 4, spiderman 4, rushmore, royal tenenbaums, marc webb, spider-man reboot, life aquatic, darjeeling limited, fantastic mr. fox, the amazing spider-man, amazing spiderman, andrew garfield, trailer
Bags Meets Wes - Milt Jackson and Wes Montgomery To buy this music: Wes Montgomery's remarkable 1961 colaboration with Milt Jackson is featured in the 12th installment of "Orrin Keepnews, Producer." One of themost respected of all jazz producers, Orrin Keepnews's long and productive career has included working with such artists as Sonny Rollins, Bill Evans, Wes Montgomery, Cannonball Adderley and Thelonious Monk, as well as founding influential jazz labels Riverside and Milestone. The Keepnews Collection, from The Concord Music Group is a reissue series of albums produced by this jazz legend. It features time-honored titles recorded by the true titans of jazz, originally released on Riverside and Milestone Records. All reissues, with 24-bit remastering from the master tapes, include original liner notes and Keepnews' voluminous new commentaries; when available, the original tracks are supplemented by bonus cuts from the sessions. Video Concept/Production: Bret Primack
Man United Golf: O'Shea, Fletcher & Wes Brown vs Rafael + Fabio Da Silva & Anderson O'Shea, Fletcher & Wes Brown - Team Europe take on Anderson, Rafael and Fabio Da Silva - team Americas in Betfair's Man United Ryder Cup challenge. And if you want to train at Carrington sign up here now bit.ly
Fennville heartbroken over Wes Leonard A West Michigan community is mourning the death of a high school basketball player who collapsed after scoring the game-winning shot Thursday night.
Wes Montgomery "Twisted Blues" The great jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery performs "Twisted Blues." From the Vestapol DVD "Legends of Jazz Guitar, Vol. One." More info at
Wes Anderson and Jason Schwartzman on The Hour Wes Anderson and Jason Schwartzman from the movie 'Darjeeling Limited' on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos.
Bumpin by Wes Montgomery
Wes Montgomery - 'Round Midnight (1965) Wes Montgomery plays Thelonious Monk's 'Round Midnight in a 1965 performance.
Wes Montgomery - Round Midnight
Wesley Johnson Highlight Mix - Wolf My fist college basketball mix in a long time( Highlights HilightHighlightWes West Wesly Westley Westly, but uhh wes johnson transfer from Iowa state junior at syracuse orangeDwight Howard Chris Paul Tim Duncan Dwyane Wade Kobe Bryant Yao Ming Kevin Durant Brandon Roy Derrick Rose Montage Mixtape Kevin Garnett Deron Williams Dirk Nowitzki Paul Pierce Pau Gasol Danny Granger Carmelo Anthony Chris Bosh Joe Johnson Tony Parker Steve Nash Rajon Rondo Devin Harris Lebron James highlights tribute montage
WES KREMER: SKATEBOARDING IS FOREVER DC AM VIDEO SKATEBOARDING IS FOREVER
WES - ALANE ( lyrics ) good song from WES
George Benson & Lee Ritenour - Wes Montgomery Tribute George Benson and Lee Ritenour play together in a tribute to Wes Montgomery, originally broadcast in December of 1997. Benson plays "Tequilla", followed by Ritenour playing "Four on Six", and then they both play together at the end.
Wes Montgomery "Eleanor Rigby" (1967) John Leslie "Wes" Montgomery (6 March 1923 - 15 June 1968) was an American jazz guitarist. He is generally considered one of the major jazz guitarists, emerging after such seminal figures as Django Reinhardt and Charlie Christian and influencing countless others, including Pat Martino, George Benson, and Pat Metheny. According to Jazz guitar educator Wolf Marshall, Montgomery often approached solos in a three-tiered manner: He would begin a repeating progression with single note lines, derived from scales or modes; after a fitting number of sequences, he would play octaves for a few more sequences, finally culminating with block chords. The use of octaves (playing the same note on two strings one octave apart) for which he is widely known, became known as "the Naptown Sound". Montgomery was also an excellent "single-line" or "single-note" player, and was very influential in the use of block chords in his solos. His playing on the jazz standard Lover Man is an example of his single-note, octave- and block-chord soloing. ("Lover Man" appears on the Fantasy album The Montgomery Brothers.) Instead of using a guitar pick, Montgomery plucked the strings with the fleshy part of his thumb, using downstrokes for single notes and a combination of upstrokes and downstrokes for chords and octaves. Montgomery developed this technique not for technical reasons but for his wife. He worked long hours as a machinist before his career began and practiced late at night while his wife was ...
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Wes Montgomery-A Day In The Life A Day in the Life" has been covered and referenced numerous times by other artists. Jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery covered the song and used it as the title track to his instrumental album "A Day in the Life" (arranged and conducted by Don Sebesky).[
Bill Murray diving - an excerpt from Wes Anderson's "Rushmore" This is a short scene from the critically acclaimed Wes Anderson's second movie, "Rushmore". It pretty much represents the spirit of the whole picture and is captivating.
Wes MONTGOMERY "Twisted Blues" 1965 Bass Arthur HARPER Drums Jimmy LOVELACE Piano Harold MABERN
Filmmaker Wes Anderson: How 'Bottle Rocket' Bombed Complete video at: fora.tv Filmmaker Wes Anderson recalls the initial test screening of his now cult classic "Bottle Rocket." Every review card from the audience read negative, save for one, and it looked like an "outline of a dissertation." Anderson remembers thinking, "This is our audience!" ----- LIVE from the NYPL presents an evening with director Wes Anderson ("Rushmore," "The Royal Tenenbaums") in conversation with screenplay co-writer Noah Baumbach ("The Squid and the Whale") about "Fantastic Mr. Fox," Wes Anderson's first animated film. In "Fantastic Mr. Fox," Wes Anderson utilizes classic handmade stop-motion techniques to tell the story of the classic children's book by Roald Dahl. Mr. and Mrs. Fox (George Clooney and Meryl Streep) live an idyllic home life with their son Ash (Jason Schwartzman) and visiting young nephew Kristofferson (Eric Anderson). But after twelve years of quiet domesticity, the bucolic existence proves too much for Mr. Fox's wild animal instincts. Soon he slips back into his old ways as a sneaky chicken thief and in doing so, endangers not only his beloved family, but the whole animal community... The film is produced by Allison Abbate, Scott Rudin, Wes Anderson and Jeremy Dawson. Wes Anderson is the Director, Co-writer and Producer of "Fantastic Mr. Fox." He was born in Houston, Texas and attended college at the University of Texas at Austin. He is the director and co-writer of "Bottle Rocket," "Rushmore," "The Royal Tenenbaums," "The Life ...
Wes Montgomery "California Dreaming" (1966) John Leslie "Wes" Montgomery (6 March 1923 - 15 June 1968) was an American jazz guitarist. He is generally considered one of the major jazz guitarists, emerging after such seminal figures as Django Reinhardt and Charlie Christian and influencing countless others, including Pat Martino, George Benson, and Pat Metheny. Wes Montgomery was a true pioneer of the guitar he also had a huge influence on generations of players who folowed him, from Jimi Hendrix to Pat Metheny to Eric Johnson. His stylistic development can roughtly be broken down into two phases: the earier years when he played more straight bebop and later years when he was one of the progenitors of the smooth or soul jazz style. His physical technique was unique in that he picked notes primarily with his thumb and musically he had a rich texture to his playing featuring incredible chord-based leads and a preponderance of octaves. This all combined to give him his unique and influential sound and made him one of the most sought after players of his generation. Montgomery toured with Lionel Hampton early in his career, however the combined stress of touring and being away from family brought him back home to Indianapolis. To support his family of eight, Montgomery worked in a factory from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm, then performed in local clubs from 9:00 pm to 2:00 am. Cannonball Adderley heard Montgomery in an Indianapolis club and was floored. The next morning, he called record producer Orrin Keepnews, who signed ...
Jimmy Smith & Wes Montgomery - OGD (aka Road Song) Jimmy Smith & Wes Montgomery - OGD (aka Road Song), from album "The Dynamic Duo" (with Wes Montgomery) - 1966
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