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Stan Kenton - Stan Kenton's Greatest Hits album flac Performer: Stan Kenton
Title: Stan Kenton's Greatest Hits
Released: 1965
Country: US
MP3 album: 1909 mb
FLAC album: 1576 mb
Rating: 4.2
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Genre: Jazz

Stanley Newcomb Kenton (December 15, 1911 – August 25, 1979) was an American popular music and jazz artist. As a pianist, composer, arranger and band leader he led an innovative and influential jazz orchestra for almost four decades. Though Kenton had several pop hits from the early 1940s into the 1960s, his music was always forward looking. Kenton was also a pioneer in the field of jazz education, creating the Stan Kenton Jazz Camp in 1959 at Indiana University.

Though Kenton was to have several pop hits from the early 1940s into the 1960s, much like earlier band leader Paul Whiteman, he categorized his music as forward looking. In Kenton's own words, it was "progressive jazz". He was also on the cutting edge of jazz education in creating the Stan Kenton Band Clinics starting in the late 1950s

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Stanley Newcomb "Stan" Kenton (December 15, 1911 – August 25, 1979) was a pianist, composer, and arranger who led an innovative, influential, and often controversial American jazz orchestra. In later years he was active as an educator.

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A1 Artistry In Rhythm
Arranged By – Stan KentonBass – Clyde SingletonComposed By – Stan KentonDrum – Joe VernonGuitar – Bob Ahern Leader – Stan KentonPiano – Stan KentonSaxophone – Art Pepper, Bob Gioga, Eddie Meyers , Morey Beeson, Red DorrisTrombone – Bart Varsalona, George Faye, Harry Forbes Trumpet – Buddy Childers, Dick Morse, John Carroll , Karl George, Ray Borden
3:16
A2 Tampico
Arranged By – Gene RolandBass – Max WayneComposed By – Allan Roberts, Doris FisherDrum – Bob VarneyGuitar – Bob Ahern Leader – Stan KentonPiano – Stan KentonSaxophone – Bob Gioga, Bob Lively, Boots Mussulli, Dave Madden, Joseph MargoTrombone – Bart Varsalona, Fred Zito*, Marshall Ocker, Milt Kabak*Trumpet – Buddy Childers, Gene Roland, John Anderson , John Carroll , Mel Green Vocals – June Christy
2:37
A3 Interlude
Arranged By – Pete RugoloBass – Eddie SafranskiBongos – Jack CostanzoComposed By – Pete RugoloDrum – Shelly ManneGuitar – Laurindo AlmeidaLeader – Stan KentonPiano – Stan KentonTrombone – Bart Varsalona, Eddie Bert, Harry Betts, Harry Forbes , Milt Bernhardt*
3:07
A4 Eager Beaver
Arranged By – Stan KentonBass – Clyde SingletonComposed By – Stan KentonDrum – Joe VernonGuitar – Bob Ahern Leader – Stan KentonPiano – Stan KentonSaxophone – Art Pepper, Bob Gioga, Eddie Meyers , Morey Beeson, Red DorrisTrombone – Bart Varsalona, George Faye, Harry Forbes Trumpet – Buddy Childers, Dick Morse, John Carroll , Karl George, Ray Borden
3:17
A5 September Song
Arranged By – Stan KentonBass – Don BagleyComposed By – Kurt Weill, Maxwell AndersonDrum – Shelly ManneGuitar – Ralph BlazeLeader – Stan KentonPiano – Stan KentonSaxophone – Art Pepper, Bart Caldarrel*, Bob Cooper, Bob Gioga, Bud ShankTrombone – Bart Varsalona, Bob Fitzpatrick, Dick Kenney, Harry Betts, Milt BernhartTrumpet – Chico Alvarez, John Howell, Maynard Ferguson, Ray Wetzel, Shorty Rogers
3:14
A6 Unison Riff
Arranged By – Pete RugoloBass – Eddie SafranskiComposed By – Pete RugoloDrum – Shelly ManneGuitar – Jack CostanzoLeader – Stan KentonMaracas – Rene Touzet*Piano – Stan KentonTrombone – Bart Varsalona, Eddie Bert, Harry Betts, Harry Forbes , Milt Bernhardt*
3:07
B1 Lover
Arranged By – Pete RugoloBass – Eddie SafranskiComposed By – Lorenz Hart, Richard RodgersDrum – Shelly ManneGuitar – Bob Ahern Leader – Stan KentonPiano – Stan KentonSaxophone – Bob Cooper, Bob Gioga, Boots Mussulli, Eddie Meyers , Vido MussoTrombone – Bart Varsalona, Harry Forbes , Kai Winding, Milt Bernhart, Skip LaytonTrumpet – Buddy Childers, Chico Alvarez, John Anderson , Ken Hanna, Ray Wetzel
2:40
B2 Painted Rhythm
Arranged By – Stan KentonBass – Eddie SafranskiComposed By – Stan KentonDrum – Shelly ManneGuitar – Bob Ahern Leader – Stan KentonPiano – Stan KentonSaxophone – Al Anthony, Bob Cooper, Bob Gioga, Boots Mussulli, Vido MussoTrombone – Bart Varsalona, Fred Zito*, Jimmy Simms, Milt Kabak*Trumpet – Bob Lymperis, Buddy Childers, John Anderson , Ray Wetzel, Russ Burgher
2:52
B3 And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine
Arranged By – Buddy Baker, Stan KentonBass – Gene EnglundComposed By – Joe Green*Drum – Jessie Price*Guitar – Bob Ahern Leader – Stan KentonPiano – Stan KentonSaxophone – Chet Ball, Dave Matthews , Eddie Meyers , Morey Beeson, Stan GetzTrombone – Bart Varsalona, Bill Atkinson , George Faye, Harry Forbes Trumpet – Buddy Childers, Dick Morse, John Thomas , Karl GeorgeVocals – Anita O'Day
3:05
B4 Laura
Arranged By – Stan KentonBass – Don BagleyComposed By – David RaksinDrum – Shelly ManneGuitar – Ralph BlazeLeader – Stan KentonPiano – Stan KentonSaxophone – Art Pepper, Bart Caldarrel*, Bob Gioga, Bud Shank, Jimmy GiuffreTrombone – Bob Fitzpatrick, Dick Kenney, Harry Betts, Milt Bernhart, Paul WeigandTrumpet – Chico Alvarez, Jimmy Salko, John Howell, Maynard Ferguson, Shorty Rogers
3:15
B5 The Peanut Vendor
Arranged By – Stan KentonBass – Eddie SafranskiBongos – Jack CostanzoComposed By – Sunshine*, Simons*, Glibert*Drum – Shelly ManneGuitar – Laurindo AlmeidaLeader – Stan KentonPercussion – Frank Grillo*, Juse Luis Mangual, Vidal BoladoPiano – Stan KentonTrombone – Bart Varsalona, Eddie Bert, Harry Betts, Harry Forbes , Milt Bernhart
2:40

Notes

MONO Artistry In Rhythm: Recorded November 19 1943 Capitol Recording Session No.8
Tampico: Recorded May 4 1945 Capitol Recording Session No.148
Interlude: Recorded December 22 1947 Capitol Recording Session No.828
Eager Beaver: Recorded November 19 1943 Capitol Recording Session No.8
September Song: Recorded March 20 1951 Capitol Recording Session No.2106
Unison Riff: Recorded October 22 1947 Capitol Recording Session No.735
Lover: Recorded March 31 1947 Capitol Recording Session No.571
Painted Rhythm: Recorded October 31 1945 Capitol Recording Session No.571
And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine: Recorded May 20 1947 Capitol Recording Session No.42
Laura: Recorded May 28 1951 Capitol Recording Session No.2176
The Peanut Vendor: Recorded December 6 1947 Capitol Recording Session No.764

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DT 2327 Stan Kenton Stan Kenton's Greatest Hits ‎(LP, Comp) Capitol Records DT 2327 US 1965
N-16182 Stan Kenton Stan Kenton's Greatest Hits ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RE) Capitol Records N-16182 US Unknown
SM-502327 Stan Kenton Stan Kenton's Greatest Hits ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Capitol Records SM-502327 US 1965
CDP 7 48437 2 Stan Kenton Stan Kenton's Greatest Hits ‎(CD, Album, Comp, RE) Capitol Records CDP 7 48437 2 US 1988
T 2327 Stan Kenton Stan Kenton's Greatest Hits ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RE) Capitol Records T 2327 UK Unknown