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In a Lighter Vein

In a Lighter Vein by Stan Kenton buy album

Stan Kenton

Label: Sounds of Yesteryear
Released: 2020
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Track Listing

Theme and Introduction; Young Blood; Laura; ‘S Wonderful; Sophisticated Lady; In a Lighter Vein; It’s a Blue World; Jump for Joe; I’ve Got You Under My Skin; Autumn in New York; Taboo; Moonlight in Vermont; Jeepers Creepers; Harlem Nocturne; Body and Soul; Zoot; April in Paris; Intermission Riff; My Funny Valentine; Stompin’ at the Savoy; Lullaby of Birdland; Theme and Sign Off.

Personnel

Vinnie Tanno

trumpet

Spencer Sinatra

saxophone, tenor

Lennie Niehaus
Lennie Niehaus

saxophone, alto

Al Porcino
Al Porcino

trumpet

Frank Rosolino
Frank Rosolino

trombone

Don Dennis

trumpet

Lee Konitz
Lee Konitz

saxophone, alto

Ernie Royal

trumpet

Zoot Sims
Zoot Sims

saxophone, tenor

Bill Perkins
Bill Perkins

saxophone

Jack Nimitz
Jack Nimitz

saxophone, baritone

Carl Fontana
Carl Fontana

trombone

Kent Larsen

trombone

Charlie Mariano
Charlie Mariano

saxophone, alto

Ralph Blaze

guitar

Additional Personnel / Information

Ed Leddy: trumpet; Chris Connor: vocal; Ann Richards: vocal; the Four Freshmen: vocal.


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