Kenton - Kenton '51 (Concert At Cornell University) flac album
Title: Kenton '51 (Concert At Cornell University)
Style: Big Band
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This concert recording has decent sound, and some inspired playing that ranks at the level of the band's studio sessions. Highly recommended to Stan Kenton fans.
The band broke attendance records all across the country. This album was not a financial success but kept Kenton at the forefront of 'art music' interpretation in the commercial music world. Stan Kenton Conducts the Los Angeles Neophonic Orchestra (1965) was an artistic success that garnered another Grammy nomination for the band leader. Stan Kenton Live at Cornell University (1951). Stan Kenton Stompin' at Newport – Pablo (1957). On the Road with Stan Kenton – Artistry Records (Recorded Nov. 6, 1958 at the Municipal Auditorium, Sarasota, Florida).
Kenton '51 The Innovation. has been added to your Cart. Ships from and sold by lidorvn. This was a recording at a university event. One microphone was used! Imagine trying to record the Stan Kenton orchestra (with strings!) with one microphone. Recordfing quality is terrible! Don't waste your money.
Listen free to Stan Kenton – Live Concert, Humboldt State 1959 (Bernie's Tune, Theme and Variations and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Stanley Newcomb Kenton (December 15, 1911 August 25, 1979) led a highly innovative, influential, and often controversial American jazz orchestra. In later years he was widely active as an educator. Origins Stan Kenton was born in Wichita, Kansas, and raised first in Colorado and then in California. He learned piano as a child, and while still a teenager toured with various bands. In June 1941 he formed his own band, which developed into one of the best-known West Coast ensembles of the Forties. Music Kenton's musical aggregations were decidedly "orchestras.
Plenty of space to dance e future. 12 November 2017 erformance there because some precious few didn't like the band's name. The band in question could have been called the 'house band' as they played all their local shows there and many of the past NYE shows. I wish the would have stood by their roots rather than succumbing to the gentrified thumb sucking neighborhood Kenton/PDX has become. Never again will I play your pinball or enjoy your sweet patio.
This album has an average beat per minute of 108 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/154 BPM). Tracklist The Lost Concert: Live at the Cocoanut Grove, Los Angeles, Volume 2. 1. Bogota. 104 BPM. 7. Live Interviews With Kenton. Recent albums by Stan Kenton. Stan Kenton Conducts the Jazz Compositions of Dee Barton.
|1||Artistry In Rhythm||0:42|
|11||Love For Sale||3:22|
|13||Opus In Pastels||2:46|
|14||Dance Before The Mirror||4:36|
|15||Halls Of Brass||5:16|
|17||Artristry In Rhythm||0:45|
- Recorded At – Bailey Hall
- Bass – Abe Luboff, Don Bagley
- Cello – Gabe Jellen, Gregory Bemko, Zack Bock
- Design – Hans Löffler
- Drums – Shelly Manne
- Executive-Producer – Allan Stephensen
- French Horn – George Price, John Graas, Lloyd Otto
- Guitar – Ralph Blaze
- Liner Notes – Fred Augerman , Stan Kenton
- Piano, Leader, Conductor – Stan Kenton
- Producer – Ed Burke
- Research – Steven D. Harris
- Saxophone – Art Pepper, Bart Caldarell*, Bob Cooper, Bob Gioga, Bud Shank
- Trombone – Bill Russo, Bob Fitzpatrick, Dick Kenney, George Roberts, Harry Betts
- Trumpet – Conte Candoli, John Coppola, John Howell, Maynard Ferguson, Stu Williamson
- Tuba – Stan Fletcher
- Viola – Aaron Shapiro, Dave Smiley, Paul Israel
- Violin – Alex Law, Bart Gray, Ben Zimberoff, Charlie Scarle, Danny Napolitano, Dwight Muma, Earl Cornwell, Maurice Koukel, Phil Davidson , Seb Mercurio