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A Kenton Trilogy, Part 2 / The Sound of Jazz

A Kenton Trilogy, Part 2 / The Sound of Jazz by Stan Kenton buy album

Stan Kenton

Label: Sounds of Yesteryear
Released: 2020
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Track Listing

Act I: Lee — Theme Into Solo for Alto; You Go to My Head; Lover Man; In Lighter Vein. Act II: Pepper — My Funny Valentine; Kingfish; I Concentrate on You; Swing House. Act III: Ann — Black Coffee; The Thrill Is Gone; Imagination; Back in Your Own Backyard; Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me. Act IV: Ray — Stan Speaks About Ray Starling; Four of a Kind; Genghis Kahn; Little Boy Blew; Patterns; Mellophobia; Misty.

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Stan Kenton, leader, piano. Other personnel unlisted but includes Lee Konitz: alto sax; Conte Candoli: trumpet; Pepper Adams: baritone sax; Richie Kamuca: tenor sax; Bill Perkins: tenor sax; Dennis Grillo: trumpet; Kent Larsen: trombone; Lennie Niehaus: alto sax; Ann Richards: vocals; Sam Noto: trumpet; Gabe Baltazar: alto sax; Jerry McKenzie: drums; Dee Barton: drums; John Eckert: trumpet; Joel Kaye: piccolo; Steve Marcus: tenor sax; Ray Starling: mellophonium; Carl Saunders: mellophonium; Keith LaMotte: mellophonium; Dwight Carver: mellophonium.


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