I want to listen to some more of the following artists:

Wes Montgomery
Joe Pass
John McLaughlin
Pat Metheny
John Scofield
Charlie Parker
Chuck Berry
Eric Johnson
Freddy King
Albert King
B.B King

can anyone recommend me some of your favorite albums by these guys?
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Eric Johnson- Ah Via Musicom of course
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For Scofield,I really like "...plays the music of Ray CHarles" and "Up All Night"
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I totally agree with 'Live At The Regal' . That is a beast of an album.

As for Freddie King, I would just get his album called 'Freddie King Is A Blues Master' It's a great album.

Albert King, I have an Album with Stevie Ray Vaughan and Albert King, and it's amazing! I would suggest buying it. It's called 'In Session 1983'

Chuck Berry, Just get his Anthology. Called 'Chuck Berry: Gold' It's a two disc album with all his hits.

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You fritter and waste the hours in an offhand way
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Last edited by Dimebag22 at Feb 17, 2008,
Wes Montgomery - smokin' at the half note, the incredible jazz guitar of wes montgomerey, far wes
Joe Pass - virtuoso (any of them), what is there to say
For Wes: Get Smokin' at the Half Note RIGHT NOW. Also pick up Incredible Jazz Guitar.

Pass: I'll suggest one or two of his Virtuoso series (they're all good, and the kind of playing that he's known for). Also get Chops (with NHOP)

McLaughlin: Extrapolation and Devotion are both excellent, and nicely different. I don't like his new stuff.

Metheny - Look for his early trio stuff. Also get Song X (his collaboration with O. Coleman) if you're into free jazz.

Parker - Now's the Time is excellent. There's some really great box sets out there too, look around.