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Stan Kenton

Label: Capitol Records
Released: 2002
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Track Listing

Turtle Talk; Stairway To The Stars; Limehouse Blues; Malaguena; Misty; Waltz Of The Prophets; Body And Soul; It Might As Well Be Spring; Waltz Of The Prophets (First Version); Body And Soul (First Version)


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Jim Amlotte, trombone; Buddy Arnold, tenor sax; Gabe Baltazar, alto sax; Norman Baltazar, trumpet; Dee Barton, trombone; Bob Behrendt, trumpet; Allan Beutler, baritone & bass saxes; Bud Brisbois, trumpet; Dwight Carver, mellophonium; Sam Donahue, tenor sax; Wayne Dunstan, bass sax; Bob Fitzpatrick, trombone; Marvin Holladay, baritone sax; Joel Kaye, baritone & bass saxes; Stan Kenton, piano; Keith LaMotte, mellophonium; Jerry Lestock McKenzie, drums; Red Mitchell, bass; Bud Parker, trombone; Paul Renzi, tenpr sax; Bob Rolfe, trumpet; Carl Saunders, mellophonium; Pat Senatore, bass; Dalton Smith, trumpet; Jack Spurlock, trombone; Marvin Stamm, trumpet; Ray Starling, mellophonium; Dave Wheeler, bass trombone, tuba


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