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Stan Kenton - The Kenton Era flac album

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Performer: Stan Kenton
Title: The Kenton Era
Country: US
Style: Big Band, Spoken Word
Category: Jazz / Records
Rating: 4.4 ✦
Other format: DMF ADX AAC APE MMF AC3 RA

City of Glass, an album originally issued as a 10" LP by Stan Kenton, consists entirely of the music of Bob Graettinger. There is a great deal written in music history books about the period of artistic experimentalism after World War II in Europe and the United States

Stanley Newcomb Kenton (December 15, 1911 – August 25, 1979) was an American popular music and jazz artist. As a pianist, composer, arranger and band leader he led an innovative and influential jazz orchestra for almost four decades. Though Kenton had several pop hits from the early 1940s into the 1960s, his music was always forward looking. Kenton was also a pioneer in the field of jazz education, creating the Stan Kenton Jazz Camp in 1959 at Indiana University.

Stan Kenton & June Christy, The Andrews Sisters, Lord Flea and His Calypsonians. 2019 Original Mix. Duets. 2013 Original Artist Original Songs. The Big Band Era - Stan Kenton.

Stan Kenton - Modern Opus 03:18. Stan Kenton - El Congo Valiente 05:55. Adventures In Blues - Stan Kenton. Rendezvous Ballroom 1957-1959 CD 1 - Stan Kenton. Stan Kenton with June Christy & Stan Kenton with Ann Richards - Stan Kenton. Complete Jazz Series 1951 - 1952 - Stan Kenton. Complete Jazz Series 1947 - Stan Kenton.

All the great songs and lyrics from the "Kenton Era" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Stanley Newcomb "Stan" Kenton (December 15, 1911 – August 25, 1979) was a pianist, composer, and arranger who led an innovative, influential, and often controversial American jazz orchestra. In later years he was active as an educator.

Tracklist Hide Credits

Part 1: Prologue
A1 Prologue - Stan Kenton Speaks Of The Development Of His Music
Part 2 - Balboa Bandwagon
B1 Artistry In Rhythm (Opening Theme)
Written-By – Stan Kenton
B2 Two Moods
Written-By – Ralph Yaw
B3 Etude For Saxophones
Written-By – Stan Kenton
B4 I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good
Written-By – Duke Ellington, Paul Webster*
B5 Lamento Gitano
Written-By – Traditional
B6 Reed Rapture
Written-By – Stan Kenton
B7 La Cumparsita
Arranged By – Stan KentonWritten-By – G.H. Matos Rodriguez*
B8 St. James Infirmary
Written-By – Joe Primrose
B9 Arkansas Traveler
Arranged By – Stan KentonWritten-By – Traditional
B10 Artistry In Rhythm (Closing Theme)
Written-By – Stan Kenton
Part 3 - Growing Pains
C1 Russian Lullaby
Written-By – Irving Berlin
C2 I Lost Sugar In Salt Lake City
Written-By – Johnny Lange, Leon Rene
C3 Opus A Dollar Three Eighty
Written-By – Pete Rugolo
C4 I Know That You Know
Written-By – Anne Caldwell, Vincent Youmans
C5 I'm Going Mad For A Pad
Written-By – Lawrence*, Greene*, Kenton*
C6 Ol' Man River
Written-By – Jerome Kern-Oscar Hammerstein II*
C7 I'll Remember April
Written-By – Raye*, De Paul*, Johnston*
C8 Liza
Written-By – George & Ira Gershwin, Gus Kahn
Part 4 - Artistry In Rhythm
D1 One Twenty
Written-By – Ralph Yaw
D2 Body And Soul
Written-By – Heyman*, Eyton*, Green*, Sour*
D3 Tea For Two
Written-By – Irving Caesar, Vincent Youmans
D4 Never Thought I'd Sing The Blues
Written-By – Eddie Stone , Floyd Bean
D5 I've Got The World On A String
Written-By – Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler
D6 Everybody Swing
Written-By – Gene Roland
D7 You May Not Love Me
Written-By – James Van Heusen-Johnny Burke*
D8 More Than You Know
Written-By – Rose*, Eliscu*, Youmans*
Part 5 - Progressive Jazz
E1 Artistry In Harlem Swing
Written-By – Gene Roland
E2 If I Could Be With You (One Hour Tonight)
Written-By – Henry Creamer, Jimmy Johnson*
E3 By The River Ste. Marie
Written-By – Edgar Leslie, Harry Warren
E4 Sophisticated Lady
Written-By – Ellington*, Mills*, Parish*
E5 Interlude
Written-By – Pete Rugolo
E6 Over The Rainbow
Written-By – E.Y. Harburg, Harold Arlen
E7 Machito
Written-By – Pete Rugolo
E8 Elegy For Alto
Written-By – Pete Rugolo, Stan Kenton
Part 6 - Innovations
F1 In Veradero
Written-By – Neil Heftie*
F2 Amazonia
Written-By – Laurindo Almeida
F3 Salute
Written-By – Pete Rugolo
F4 Coop's Solo
Written-By – Shorty Rogers
F5 Ennui
Written-By – Bill Russo
F6 Samana
Written-By – Manny Albam
Part 7 - Contemporary
G1 Swing House
Written-By – Gerry Mulligan
G2 You Go To My Head
Written-By – Haven Gillespie, J. Fred Coots
G3 Baa-Too-Kee
Written-By – Dante Varela, Laurindo Almeida
G4 Stella By Starlight
Written-By – Ned Washington, Victor Young
G5 Bill's Blues
Written-By – Bill Russo
G6 Modern Opus
Written-By – Bob Graettinger
G7 Zoot
Written-By – Bill Holman
Part 8 - Epilogue
H1 Epilogue - Stan Kenton Speaks A Word In Summation And Looks To The Future
Written-By – Stan Kenton
H2 Artistry In Rhythm (Theme)
Written-By – Stan Kenton

Credits

  • Graphics – Young And Dodge
  • Leader, Narrator – Stan Kenton
  • Liner Notes [The Narrative Story] – Bud Freeman

Notes

Second edition with 43 page booklet with photos, credits soloists and band artists

From the booklet:
This album represents the combined and devoted efforts of many researchers, engineers,
photographers, and musicians digging deep into their memories and their scrapbooks.
The narrative story of "The Kenton Era" is by Bud Freeman, a newspaperman, publicist
and free-lanced writer who has worked with many notables in the world of popular music.

Recording dates & Locations:
- Track B1, B5: September 1, 1941 Rendevousd Ballroom Balboa,California
- Track B2, B6: July 25, 1941, same location
- Track B3: November 1, 1940 Music City, Hollywood
- Track B4, B7, B9: August 17, 1941 Rendevousd Ballroom Balboa,California
- Track B5, B8, B10: September 1, 1941 Rendevousd Ballroom Balboa,California
- Track B6: July 25, 1941 Rendevousd Ballroom Balboa,California
- Track C1, C3: December 6, 1944 (band rehearshal) Hollywood, California
- Track C2, C8: January 14, 1944 Civic Auditorium Pasadena, California
- Track C4, C7: April 20, 1944 (band rehearshal) Hollywood, California
- Track C5: May 20, 1944 MacGregor Studio Hollywood, California
- Track C6: April 15, 1944 Civic Auditorium Pasadena, California
- Track D1, D3, D4: December 20, 1945 Radio Recorders Hollywood, California
- Track D2: November 27, 1945 Radio Recorders Hollywood, California
- Track D5, D8: July 18, 1945 Radio Recorders Hollywood, California
- Track D6, D7: July 19, 1946 Radio Recorders Hollywood, California
- Track E1 to E4: April 1, 1947 Radio Recorders Hollywood, California
- Track E5, E7, E8: June 12, 1948 Concert Hollywood Bowl
- Track E6: December 13, 1947 Comodore Hotel, N.Y., N.Y.
- Track F1: February 5, 1950 Capitol Melrose Studios California
- Track F2: February 3, 1950 same location
- Track F3 to F6: October 14, 1951 Concert at Cornel Rhythm Club, Ithaca N.Y.
- Track G1, G2: September 15, 1952 Universal Recorders Chicago, Illinois
- Track G3: January 30, 1953 Capitol Melrose Studios
- Track G4: January 28, 1953 same location
- Track G5: March 20, 1952 same location
- Track G6: March 19, 1952 same location
- Track G7: September 18, 1953 Concert The Alhambra, Paris, France

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A etched): 33 - KENT - I - 1030 - A - I · *
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B etched): KENT · 1030 - F · Side 2 ·
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C etched): Kent - 3 - 1030 - w - 2 ·
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D etched): 33 - KENT - 4 - 1030- A I · *
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side E etched): 33 - KENT - 5 - 1030 - I. * Side 5
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side F etched): Kent - 6 - 1030 - w - 3 ·
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side G etched): 33 - KENT - 7 - 1030 - F - 3 · Side 7 Rec. 2 ·
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side H etched): 33 - KENT - 8 - 1030 - A - I ·
  • Matrix / Runout (Dead Wax Side C,F ): MASTERED BY CAPITOL

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WDX 569 Stan Kenton The Kenton Era ‎(4xLP, Comp, Mono, Ltd + Box, Mono, Ltd) Capitol Records WDX 569 US 1955
WDX 569 Stan Kenton The Kenton Era ‎(4xLP, Comp, Mono, Ltd, RP + Box, Mono, Ltd) Capitol Records WDX 569 US 1959
E0X 569, E0X-569 Stan Kenton The Kenton Era ‎(15x7", EP, Comp + Box, Num, Ltd) Capitol Records, Capitol Records E0X 569, E0X-569 US 1955
ECJ-67001 - 4 Stan Kenton The Kenton Era ‎(4xLP, Comp, Mono + Box, Mono) Capitol Records ECJ-67001 - 4 Japan Unknown
ST 1030 Stan Kenton The Kenton Era ‎(4xLP, Comp, Duo) Creative World ST 1030 US Unknown