Louisiana-born pianist-singer Eurreal "Little Brother" Montgomery was one of those rare musicians as adept at playing rhythm ‘n’ blues as he was at traditional jazz. For this 1961 session in Riverside’s Chicago: The Living Legends series, producer Chris Albertson recorded him both as a soloist and with a combo of Windy City traditional jazz veterans. The material includes numbers of his own composing, as well as classics from the pens of Duke Ellington, Irving Berlin, and others. Especially charming are Montgomery’s four unaccompanied piano solos.
with Ted Butterman, Bob Gordon, Rufus Brown, Mike McKendrick, Elaine McFarland