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A Kenton Trilogy, Part 1: Dance Time

A Kenton Trilogy, Part 1: Dance Time by Stan Kenton buy album

Stan Kenton

Label: Sounds of Yesteryear
Released: 2020
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Track Listing

Theme and Introduction; Opus in Chartreuse; Under a Blanket of Blue; Spring Is Here; Intermission Riff; Imagination; Stompin’ at the Savoy; Theme and Introduction; Baubles, Bangles and Beads; Young and Foolish; Lullaby of Broadway; So in Love; All of You; Street of Dreams; You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To; The Night We Called It a Day; Artistry in Rhythm / Sign Off; Theme and Introduction; Laura; They Didn’t Believe Me; Cha Cha Sombrero; Begin the Beguine; When I Fall in Love; Theme and Sign Off.

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Complete personnel unlisted. Soloists – Bill Perkins: tenor sax; Sam Noto: trumpet; Ralph Blaze: guitar; Don Kelly: bass trombone; Ed Leddy: trumpet; Charlie Mariano: alto sax; Rolf Ericson: trumpet; Archie LeCoque: trombone; Jimmy Knepper: trombone; Bud Brisbois: trumpet; Carson Smith: bass; Dick Hyde: trombone; Paul Renzi: tenor sax; Gabe Baltazar: alto sax.


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