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Burt Goldblatt, in his fine book Newport Jazz Festival, says of the evening: "Stan Kenton appeared with one of the best-sounding bands he had ever put together." No argument. The first-ever N.J.F. had been Stan-sans-orchestra; in the wheel had turned full circle - it was the Kenton orchestra without Stan.
Stan Kenton — Chronological Stan Kenton & His Orchestra to CD Classics $ Add to Cart. Decca and Capitol sides from Stan Kenton & His Orchestra featuring Art Pepper on alto, Stan Getz on and even on the hit "50 Ways", the drums from Steve Gadd more than make up for any clunk! LP, Vinyl record album (White label promo.
Stanley Newcomb Kenton (December 15, – August 25, ) 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 s into the s, his music was always forward-looking. Kenton was also a pioneer in the field of jazz.
The Salsa series kicks off on June 4 with the Albuquerque Latin Jazz Orchestra paying tribute to the Queen of Salsa, Celia Cruz. Other groups scheduled to perform are Encancto (June 11), Son Como Son (June 18, July 30), Ivon Ulibarri and Café Mocha (June 25), Gujarat (July 9), New York Louie and Friends (July 16) and Charanga del Valle (July 23).
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Feb 18, · Time-Life Album Discography, Part Your Hit Parade Series By Mike Callahan, David Edwards, and Patrice Eyries Last update: February 18, The Your Hit Parade Series was a reissue of pop music from the s and s, typical of the music played on the old radio and television shows "Your Hit Parade." Generally, the fidelity on these was excellent.
The Classic Jazz Calendar , with photographs by Chuck Stewart—a full-page devoted to each of 12 jazz greats—includes a striking photo of Patti Page, representing the month of May. While her inclusion may strike many as unexceptional, for jazz followers who remember the best-selling female singer of the s, her name would seem a problematic fit.
YesterYear’s latest volume of Tex Beneke and His Orchestra on Thesaurus, or “The Glenn Miller Formula: Part Six” (DSOY ) as the release is titled. I am very glad that Michael Highton, a fan of Beneke for a long, long time, was able to gather these two dozen rare performances. The instrumentals include Hermosa, Horses.