Charles "Buddy" Montgomery (January 30, 1930 – May 14, 2009) was an American jazz vibraphonist and pianist. He was the younger brother of Wes and Monk Montgomery, both notable musicians on guitar and bass guitar respectively. Buddy and brother Monk formed The Mastersounds in the late 1950s and produced ten recordings. When The Mastersounds disbanded, Monk and Buddy joined their brother Wes on a number of Montgomery Brothers recordings, which were mostly arranged by Buddy.
Vibraphone, Piano – Buddy Montgomery. Written-By – Lerner And Loewe (tracks: B1 to B4). Notes. Two views of the vibes-playing Montgomery Brother: one. straight ahead and free-wheeling/ the other. his highly individual version of 'Camelot. Side A recorded March 1, 1968. Side B recorded February 28, 1968.
Buddy Montgomery (Usa, 1970) - This Rather Than That. Buddy Montgomery - One Thousand Rainbows - Here Again Album. Buddy Montgomery - Blues for David. Buddy Montgomery - Waterfall. Buddy Montgomery One Thousand Rainbows.
Rock'n'Roll Buddy Holly. 队列表 Rock'n'Roll Buddy Holly Holly in the Hills (and Bob Montgomery). Other productions from Buddy Holly. Oh Boy! Holly in the Hills (and Bob Montgomery).
Listen to albums and songs from Buddy Montgomery. A Love Affair In Paris.
BUDDY MONTGOMERY is a hard bop music artist. Charles "Buddy" Montgomery (January 30, 1930, Indianapolis, Indiana - May 14, 2009) was an American jazz vibraphonist and pianist. He was the youngest brother of Wes and Monk Montgomery. He and brother, Monk, formed the "Mastersounds," in the late 50's and produced ten recordings.
Wes-Buddy-Monk Montgomery 1960/1961 Groove Brothers Full Album. Wes Montgomery 1960/1961 Groove Brothers 08 Angel Eyes. Wes Montgomery 1960/1961 Groove Brothers 12 You Don't Know What Love Is. (play).