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Stan Kenton And His Orchestra - Stompin' At Newport Album

Stan Kenton And His Orchestra - Stompin' At Newport Album Performer: Stan Kenton And His Orchestra
Album: Stompin' At Newport
Country: UK
Released: 2002
Style: Big Band, Contemporary Jazz
Label: Pablo Records
Genre: Jazz
Catalog #: PACD 5312-2
Size FLAC: 1796 mb.
Size MP3: 1171 mb.
Rating: 4.9/5
Votes: 936
Record Source: CD




Tracklist


1Intermission Riff
Composed By – Ray Wetzel
4:02
2The Opener
Composed By – Bill Holman
4:01
323 Degrees North,82 Degrees West
Composed By – Bill Russo
2:58
4Yesterdays
Composed By – Jérôme Kern, Otto Harbach
5:12
5The End Of A Love Affair
Composed By – Edward Redding
4:48
6Young Blood
Composed By – Gerry Mulligan
4:25
7Stompin' At The Savoy
Composed By – Benny Goodman, Chick Webb, Edgar Sampson
3:56
8The Big Chase
Composed By – Marty Paich
3:16
9Everything Happens To Me
Composed By – Matt Dennis, Tom Adair
5:06
10The Peanut Vendor
Composed By – Moisés Simons
4:06
11Srtistry In Rhythm
Composed By – Stan Kenton
3:00
12La Suerte Des Los Tontos (Fortune Of Fools)
Composed By – Johnny Richards
3:38


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PACD-5312-2Stan Kenton Orchestra Stompin' At Newport ‎(CD, Comp, Promo)Pablo RecordsPACD-5312-2US2002


Credits


  • Acoustic BassRed Kelly
  • Alto SaxophoneLennie Niehaus
  • Art DirectionJamie Putnam
  • Baritone SaxophoneBill Robinson , Steve Perlow
  • Bass TromboneKenny Shroyer
  • Co-producerEric Miller
  • DesignDeb Sibony
  • DrumsJerry McKenzie
  • LeaderStan Kenton
  • Mastered ByJoe Tarantino
  • Mixed By [Digital]David Luke
  • Photography – Ted Williams
  • PianoStan Kenton
  • ProducerNorman Granz
  • Recorded ByBob Fine
  • Tenor SaxophoneBill Perkins, Wayne Dunstan
  • TromboneArchie LeCoque, Don Reed , Jim Amlotte, Kent Larsen
  • TrumpetBill Catalano, Ed Leddy, Lee Katzman, Phil Gilbert, Sam Noto


Notes


Manufactured Under License For Distribution By ZYX- Music
Recorded in performance at the Newport Jazz Festival,Newport,RI, July 5.1957
(P) 2000 Fantasy,INC.


Barcodes


  • Label Code: LC 03254
  • Rights Society: BIEM / GEMA


Companies


  • Marketed By – ZYX Music


Album


Stompin' At Newport - Stan Kenton Orchestra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Live At Newport - 1959 - 1963 - 1971 - The Stan Kenton Orchestra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Stan Kenton Orchestra. Stompin' At The Savoy Live. Tracklist: 1. The Opener, 2. Srtistry In Rhythm, 3. Stompin At The Savoy, 4. Yesterdays, 5. Intermission Riff, 6. 23 Degrees North,82 Degrees West, 7. Everything Happens To Me, 8. The Peanut Vendor, 9. The End Of A Love Affair, 10. Young Blood, 11. La Suerte Des Los Tontos Fortune Of Fools, 12. The Big Chase. Play album. Track playing . Stan Kenton Orchestra: все альбомы, включая Tampico - Big Band Favourites , The Essential Stan Kenton - 50 Classics , Stan Kenton Orchestra и другие. Stompin' At Newport. 2002 Live. Big Band x 4 Swing. 12 tracks 53:06. Stompin' at Newport, for example, boasts a Stan Kenton set that remained in the can for no less than 45 years the performances were recorded at 1957's Newport Jazz Festival, but did not become commercially available until 2002. For decades, these performances remained in the private collection of the late Norman Granz, who directed 1957's Newport Festival. But eventually, Fantasy got the chance to release them on CD. The Stan Kenton Orchestra. The Opener, 04:03. Artistry In Rhythm, 03:08. Stompin' At the Savoy, 04:09. The Peanut Vendor, 04:13. The Big Chase, 03:42. Now playing . Today, more than four decades after the fact, the music on the Stan Kenton Orchestras memorable appearance at the 1957 Newport Jazz Festival sounds as fresh and invigorating as ever, even though there is nothing on this long-overdue release from Pablo that Kenton fans wont have heard perhaps hundreds of times on other occasions. From Bill Holmans suitably named The Opener to Marty Paichs The Big Chase, which closes the concert, the orchestra traverses familiar ground with such indispensable numbers from the Kenton book as Holmans Stompin