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Stan Kenton And His Orchestra - 1947 album FLAC

  • Performer: Stan Kenton And His Orchestra
  • Title: 1947
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Released: 1998
  • Style: Big Band
  • MP3 album: 1252 mb
  • FLAC album: 1800 mb
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Stan Kenton And His Orchestra - 1947 album FLAC

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.

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Although the subtitle of this album promises samples of the Stan Kenton orchestras up to 1947, in reality the latest cut comes from a December 1945 MacGregor transcription session. This period was a critical one for the band. His initial groups in 1941 and 1942 were, for the most part, run nothing out of the ordinary, certainly not compared to the ambitious units of later years. But the 1941 band had trumpet player Karl George, the first, and one of the very few ever, Afro-Americans to play with Kenton, who is heard soloing on "Liza. Howard Rumsey was an early bass player who later found his calling as host of one of the more commodious jazz venues on the West Coast, the Lighthouse. In the mid-'40s, the talent was getting better with Art Pepper, Stan Getz, and Eddie Safranski coming aboard.

The Chronological Classics: Stan Kenton and His Orchestra 1947, Volume 2. 1998г. 1. Stan Kenton and His Orchestra. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Abstraction (Prologue Suite, Third Movement). 7. 8.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 His Feet Too Big For De Bed
Vocals – June Christy, The Pastels Written-By – Sanford*, Brana*, Mysels*
2 After You
Vocals – The Pastels Written-By – Ellis*
3 Down In Chi-Hua-Hua
Vocals – The Pastels Written-By – Richard*, Yaw*
4 Don't Want That Man Around
Vocals – June ChristyWritten-By – Rizzo*, Braude*, Volk*
5 Machito
Written-By – Rugolo*
6 Collaboration
Written-By – Rugolo*, Kenton*
7 Rhythm Incorporated - Pt. 2
Written-By – Rugolo*, Kenton*
8 Rhythm Incorporated - Pt. 1
Written-By – Rugolo*, Kenton*
9 There Is No Greater Love
Vocals – The Pastels Written-By – Jones*, Symes*
10 Across The Alley From The Alamo
Vocals – June ChristyWritten-By – Greene*
11 Collaboration
Written-By – Rugolo*, Kenton*
12 How Am I To Know
Written-By – Parker*, King*
13 The Spider And The Fly
Vocals – June Christy, The Pastels Written-By – Taylor*
14 Minor Riff
Written-By – Rugolo*, Kenton*
15 Machito
Written-By – Rugolo*
16 Lover
Written-By – Rodgers-Hart*
17 Monotony
Written-By – Rugolo*, Kenton*
18 Interlude
Written-By – Rugolo*
19 Elegy For Alto
Written-By – Rugolo*, Kenton*
20 Soothe Me
Vocals – June ChristyWritten-By – Greene*
21 Chorale For Brass, Piano And Bongo (Prologue Suite - Second Movement)
Written-By – Rugolo*, Kenton*


Misspelt 'The Chronogical Classics' on the front.

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