Stan Kenton And His Orchestra - "Live" At The Red Hill Inn Pennsauken mp3 album
- Performer: Stan Kenton And His Orchestra
- Title: "Live" At The Red Hill Inn Pennsauken
- Genre: Jazz
- Formats: AHX MP1 DTS MOD MMF AIFF AHX
- Released: 1990
- Style: Big Band
- MP3 album: 1703 mb
- FLAC album: 1431 mb
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 370
Recorded on 12 June 1959 at Red Hill Inn, Pennsauken, New Jersey.
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Live from the Red Hill Inn, Pennsauken. Catalog 43. Submit Corrections. Live from the Red Hill Inn, Pennsauken.
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One person has seen Stan Kenton and His Orchestra live. Last updated: 10 Apr 2019, 08:16 Etc/UTC. Stan Kenton and His Orchestra Lyrics (de).
01. Malaga 02. Theme From Love Story 03. Kaleidoscope 04. A Step Beyond 05. What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life?
As author and Kenton scholar Michael Sparke observes in his perceptive liner notes, these were "arguably Kenton's most popular years, the 'Concepts' era of the 1950s (roughly the period between Innovations and the Mellophoniums). As he further notes, Jazz Journey "avoids the well-known music and focuses on the less familiar, generally from previously unreleased performances. A year earlier, at the Hollywood Palladium, vocalist and Kenton alumna June Christy appeared with the orchestra on the eve of her departure to entertain American troops in Korea, singing the standards "If I Should Lose You" and "Jeepers Creepers," both arranged by trombonist Bill Russo. There are two numbers from November '56, at the Macumba Club in San Francisco, "The Nearness of You," arranged by Johnny Richards, and "I Remember You," arranged by Bill Holman.
In later years he was widely active as an educator.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Take Me In Your Arms||3:50|
|2||That Black Old Magic
Vocals – Kent Larsen
|3||I've Got A Right To Sing The Blues
Vocals – Kent Larsen
|4||Gone With The Wind||4:18|
|5||I'm Glad There Is You||3:26|
|7||My One And Only Love||4:43|
|8||Time After Time||3:16|
|9||You And The Night And The Music||3:17|
|10||Like Someone In Love||5:27|
|11||At The Golden Nugget||6:54|
|12||Take The A Train||6:09|
- Recorded At – Red Hill Inn
- Alto Saxophone – Charlie Mariano
- Baritone Saxophone – Billy Root, Jack Nimitz
- Bass – Carson Smith
- Bass Trombone – Bob Knight*, Jim Amlotte
- Coordinator – Frank Greene
- Graphics, Typography – John R. Bennett
- Mastered By [Digital Mastering] – Mike Brown
- Percussion [Latin] – Mike Pacheco
- Piano – Stan Kenton
- Research – Jurgen Wolfer
- Tenor Saxophone – Bill Trujillo, John Bonnie
- Trombone – Archie LeCoque, Jimmy Knepper, Kent Larsen
- Trumpet – Bud Brisbois, Frank Huggins, Joe Burnett, Roger Middleton , Rolf Ericson
NotesRecorded on 12 June 1959 at Red Hill Inn, Pennsauken, New Jersey
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