Jazz Journey

Jazz Journey by Stan Kenton
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Stan Kenton

Label: Sounds of Yesteryear
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

Sketch; Blue Moon; If I Should Lose You; Jeepers Creepers; Night and Day; Cherokee; On the Alamo; Ooh-Shoo-Be-Doo-Be; The Nearness of You; I Remember You; Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen; Out of This World; Lazy Afternoon; Lush Life; The Thrill Is Gone; Opus in Chartreuse Cha Cha; The Night We Called It a Day; Early Autumn; Take the “A” Train; Theme & Sign-off.


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Stan Kenton, leader, piano. Complete personnel unlisted. Soloists: Track 1 -- Richie Kamuca: tenor sax; Conte Candoli: trumpet. Track 2 – Kenton: piano; Buddy Childers: trumpet; Bill Holman: tenor sax; Bob Burgess: trombone; Vinnie Dean: alto sax. Track 3 – June Christy: vocal. Track 4 – June Christy: vocal; Conte Candoli: trumpet; Don Bagley: bass. Track 5 – Charlie Parker: alto sax. Track 6 – Charlie Parker: alto sax. Track 7 – Dizzy Gillespie: trumpet. Track 8 – Dizzy Gillespie: trumpet, vocal. Track 9 – Bill Perkins: tenor sax; Lee Katzman: trumpet; Lennie Niehaus: alto sax. Track 10 – Lennie Niehaus: alto sax; Dennis Grillo: trumpet. Track 11 – Ann Richards: vocal; unidentified growl trumpet. Track 12 – Ann Richards: vocal. Track 13 – Charlie Mariano: alto sax. Track 14 – Kenton: piano. Track 15 – Bud Brisbois: trumpet; Bill Trujillo: tenor sax; Jimmy Knepper: trombone; Charlie Mariano: alto sax. Track 16 – Kent Larsen: trombone; Track 17 – no solos. Track 18 – Bobby Knight: bass trombone. Track 19 – Marvin Holladay: baritone sax; Pete Chivily: bass. Track 20 – no solos.


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