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The Unrecorded Stan Kenton


  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Too Marvelous for Words
    2. Pepper Pot
    3. Mambo Jambo
    4. I Only Have Eyes for You
    5. Cuba Jazz
    6. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To
    7. My Heart Stood Still
    8. Dancing in the Dark
    9. Mambo a La Crescendo
    10. Where or When
    11. Autumn Nocturne
    12. Out of Nowhere
    13. Winter in Madrid
    14. Laura
    15. Nearness of You, The
    16. Everything Happens to Me
    17. There Will Never Be Another You
    18. Guane
    0. DISC 2:
    1. So in Love
    2. When I Fall in Love
    3. I Remember You
    4. I Should Care
    5. Way You Look Tonight, The
    6. All of You
    7. You Turned the Tables on Me
    8. Nightingale
    9. Wind, The
    10. Take Me in Your Arms
    11. Night in Tunisia, A
    12. Frenezi
    13. Obu (Captain Obu)
    14. Jersey Bounce
    15. Suddenly It's Spring
    16. Long Ago and Far Away
    17. Blue Ointment
    18. Lullaby of Birdland
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 766

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Personnel: Stan Kenton (piano); Ralph Blaze, Sal Salvador (guitar); Ann Richards (violin); Bill Robinson (saxophone, alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Lennie Niehaus (saxophone, alto saxophone); Bill Perkins (saxophone, tenor saxophone); Stephen Perlow (saxophone, baritone saxophone); Bill Trujillo (saxophone); Charlie Mariano (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Boots Mussulli (alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Vinnie Dean, Dick Meldonian, Gabe Baltazar, Art Pepper, Bud Shank (alto saxophone); Wayne Dunstan (tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, sackbut); Bart Caldarell, Paul Renzi, Bart Calderell, Dave VanKriedt, Lee Elliot , Ray Florian, Jack Montrose, Richie Kamuca, Sam Donahue, Bill Holman, Bob Cooper, John Bonnie (tenor saxophone); Bob Gioga (baritone saxophone, bass instrument); Billy Root, Don Davidson, Don Davidson, Allan Beutler, Sture Swenson, Jack Nimitz, Marvin Holladay, Pepper Adams (baritone saxophone); Joel Kaye (bass saxophone); Chico Alvarez, Bob Rolfe, Clyde Reasinger, Tom Slaney, Conte Candoli, Phil Gilbert, Bill Catalano, Johnny Capolo, Norman Prentice, Dalton Smith, Bobby Clark , Bob Behrendt, Don Dennis, Bob Clark, Phil Grossman, Jules Chaikin, Norman Prentice, Ruban McFall, Herb Pomeroy, Dennis Grillo, Jack Sheldon, Joe Burnett, Al Porcino, Marvin Stamm, Maynard Ferguson, Rolf Ericson, Sam Noto, Shorty Rogers, Stu Williamson , John S. Howell, Ed Leddy, Lee Katzman, Bob Clark , Bobby Clark , Bud Brisbois, Roger Middleton, Frank Huggins, Al Sunseri, Buddy Childers (trumpet); Candy Candido (cornet); Irving Rosenthal (flugelhorn, French horn); Joe Mariani (flugelhorn); Joe Marianie (French horn); Dave Wheeler (trombone, bass trombone, tuba); Jimmy Knepper, Jim Amlotte (trombone, bass trombone); Milt Bernhart, Bob Fitzpatrick, Dee Barton, Dick Kenney, Ted Dechter, Dick Kenney, Robin Burgess, Jack Spurlock, Frank Rosolino, Bud Parker, Harry Betts, Bob Burgess , Keith Moon , Kent Larsen, Bill Russo, Gus Chappell, Don Reed , Archie LeCoque, Frank Strong (trombone); Don Kolly, Norman Bartold, Bob Olsen, Bill Smiley, George Roberts , George Martimore Roberts, Norman Bartold, Billy Smiley, Kenny Shroyer, Bob Knight (bass trombone); Jay McAllister, Gene Englund (tuba); Gene Roland, Carl Saunders (Mellotron, synthesizer); Dwight Carver, Ray Starling (Mellotron); Keith LaMotte (synthesizer); Val Kolar, Pierre Josephs, Don Bagley, Max Bennett, Scott LaFaro, Red Kelly, Carson Smith (bass instrument); Billy Stuart, George Acevedo, Mel Lewis, Shelly Manne, Stan Levey, Jerry McKenzie (drums).
    Unknown Contributor Role: Candy Candido.
    Pianist Stan Kenton was one of the few leaders of the big band era whose popularity extended even into the 1970s, in part because Kenton didn't rely upon nostalgia and kept his music evolving. Kenton's orchestra was always one of the most progressive, even in its heyday, embracing bebop and even contemporary classical elements. This two-CD set spans the breadth of Kenton's career, from lighthearted fare like "Balboa Bash" to the dramatic "MacArthur Park," from easy, cheerful swing to intricate, adventuresome compositions.

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