Yeeooow. Monk Montgomery’s “Fuselage (Parts I & 2)“. A lost fuzzy gem from 1971, Wes Montgomery’s brother, Monk, melds jazz, prog, soul and funk into some special kind of stew (a bass odyssey, indeed). The LP has been out of print forever, but you can still occasionally score a copy over at discogs and the like every once in awhile. Until then, get weird below.

MP3: Monk Montgomery :: Fuselage (Parts I & 2)

3 Responses to “Monk Montgomery :: Fuselage (Parts I & 2)”

  1. […] here to see the original: Monk Montgomery :: Fuselage (Parts I & 2) « St. Pawtrick’s Day, A Green Adoption blog comments powered by Disqus /* […]

  2. good lord, this is great…thanks for the find!

  3. Thanks for this post! I get the feeling that Fatboy Slim used a sample from this song in “Praise You”. Do you know if this is true?

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