|The Montgomery Brothers|
|Labels||Columbia, Pacific Jazz, Riverside, Fantasy, Jazzland|
|Associated acts||Montgomery-Johnson Quintet, The Mastersounds|
The Montgomery Brothers were a jazz trio consisting of the brothers Wes Montgomery (electric guitar, 1923–1968), Buddy Montgomery (piano, vibraphone, 1930–2009) and Monk Montgomery (electric bass, double bass, 1921–1982).
During the 1950s, they were members of the Montgomery-Johnson Quintet with Alonzo Johnson and Robert Johnson. From 1957–1960 they recorded as The Mastersounds, then as the Montgomery Brothers.
- 1955: Almost Forgotten (Columbia)
- 1957: The Montgomery Brothers and Five Others (Pacific Jazz)
- 1961: Groove Yard (Riverside)
- 1961: The Montgomery Brothers (Fantasy)
- 1961: The Montgomery Brothers in Canada (Fantasy)
- 1961: Love Walked In (Jazzland)
- 1961: Wes, Buddy and Monk Montgomery (Pacific Jazz)
- 1961: George Shearing and the Montgomery Brothers (Jazzland)