Stan Kenton And His Orchestras – The Kenton Era (2006)

Artist: Stan Kenton And His Orchestras
Title: The Kenton Era
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: Sounds of Yester Year
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 02:34:57
Total Size: 513 MB


Tracklist:
CD 1
01. The Prologue (11:48)
02. Artistry In Rhythm (0:43)
03. Two Moods (2:08)
04. Etude For Saxophones (3:15)
05. I Got It Bad And That Ain’t Good (2:59)
06. Lamento Gitano (2:54)
07. Reed Rapture (2:14)
08. La Cumparsita (3:17)
09. St. James Infirmary (3:17)
10. Arkansas Traveler (2:04)
11. Artistry In Rhythm (0:57)
12. Russian Lullaby (2:20)
13. I Lost My Sugar In Salt Lake City (2:05)
14. Opus A Dollar Three Eighty (2:22)
15. I Know That You Know (1:52)
16. I’m Going Mad For A Pad (3:04)
17. Ol’ Man River (3:01)
18. I’ll Remember April (3:04)
19. Liza (2:10)
20. One Twenty (2:41)
21. Body And Soul (3:14)
22. Tea For Two (2:50)
23. I Never Thought I’d Sing The Blues (2:58)
24. I’ve Got The World On A String (3:38)
25. Everybody Swing (2:14)
26. You May Not Love Me (2:54)
27. More Than You Know (2:24)
CD 2
01. Artistry In Harlem Swing (2:46)
02. If I Could Be With You (3:42)
03. By The River St. Marie (1:37)
04. Sophisticated Lady (3:11)
05. Interlude (3:54)
06. Over The Rainbow (3:20)
07. Machito (2:15)
08. Elegy For Alto (4:02)
09. In Veradero (4:16)
10. Amazona (4:38)
11. Salute (4:03)
12. Coop’s Solo (3:40)
13. Ennui (3:38)
14. Samana (3:50)
15. Swing House (2:53)
16. You Go To My Head (3:18)
17. Baa-Too-Kee (2:41)
18. Stella By Starlight (3:17)
19. Bill’s Blues (2:52)
20. Modern Opus (3:13)
21. Zoot (3:17)
22. Epilogue (2:11)
23. Artistry In Rhythm (3:59)

This four-LP set contains a great deal of extraordinary music from Stan Kenton, most of it recorded live in concert or taken from radio transcriptions. Kenton is heard reminiscing about his first 15 years in the business, there are some selections taken from his famous 1941 stint at the Rendezvous Ballroom in Balboa, CA, numbers from rehearsals in 1944, radio airchecks dating from 1944-48, some startling performances by Kenton’s Innovations orchestra of 1950-51 and a few swinging numbers from his 1952-53 big band. Virtually all of the music is rare, making this an essential acquisition for collectors. — Scott Yanow

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