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Stan Kenton - Kenton In Hi Fi

Stan Kenton - Kenton In Hi Fi

Performer: Stan Kenton
Title: Kenton In Hi Fi
Style: Big Band, Swing
Released: 1992
Cat#: CDP 7 98451 2
Country: Netherlands
Label: Capitol Jazz
Size MP3 version: 2811 mb
Size FLAC version: 2483 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 617
Genre: Jazz

Stan Kenton - Kenton In Hi Fi


1Painted Rhythm
Composed By – Stan Kenton
Composed By – Pete Rugolo
3The Peanut Vendor
Composed By – Moises Simons
4Intermission Riff
Composed By – Ray Wetzel
5Eager Beaver
Composed By – Stan Kenton
6Artistry Jumps
Composed By – Stan Kenton
7Southern Scandal
Composed By – Stan Kenton
8Unison Riff
Composed By – Pete Rugolo
Composed By – Pete Rugolo
10Minor Riff (Alternate Take)
Composed By – Pete Rugolo, Stan Kenton
11Artistry In Boogie
Composed By – Pete Rugolo, Stan Kenton
Composed By – Richard RodgersWritten-By – Lorenz Hart
13Minor Riff
Composed By – Pete Rugolo, Stan Kenton
14Concerto To End All Concertos
Composed By – Stan Kenton
15Opus In Pastels
Arranged By – Pete RugoloComposed By – Stan Kenton
Composed By – Pete Rugolo, Stan Kenton
17Artistry In Rhythm
Arranged By – Pete RugoloComposed By – Stan Kenton


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
W-724, W 724Stan Kenton Kenton In Hi Fi ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Scr)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsW-724, W 724US1956
062-2604281Stan Kenton Kenton In Hi Fi ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Capitol Records062-2604281Greece1987
LCT 6109Stan Kenton And His Orchestra Stan Kenton In Hi Fi ‎(LP, RE)Capitol RecordsLCT 6109UKUnknown
SW 724, SW-724Stan Kenton Kenton In Hi Fi ‎(LP, Album, RE)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsSW 724, SW-724USUnknown
W 724, W-724Stan Kenton Kenton In Hi Fi ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsW 724, W-724Canada1956


  • BassBob Fitzpatrick (tracks: 15 to 17), Don Bagley, Joe Mondragon (tracks: 15 to 17), Kent Larsen (tracks: 15 to 17), Milt Bernhart (tracks: 15 to 17), Red Mitchell (tracks: 15 to 17)
  • CelloArmand Kaproff (tracks: 15 to 17), Eleanor Slatkin (tracks: 15 to 17), Joseph Saxon (tracks: 15 to 17), Kurt Reher (tracks: 15 to 17), Robert La Marcina (tracks: 15 to 17)
  • ConductorStan Kenton
  • DrumsMel Lewis (tracks: 1 to 14)
  • Flute, Flute [Alto]Bud Shank (tracks: 15 to 17)
  • GuitarLaurindo Almeida (tracks: 15 to 17), Ralph Blaze (tracks: 1 to 14)
  • PercussionFrank Flynn (tracks: 15 to 17), Larry Bunker (tracks: 15 to 17), Shelly Manne (tracks: 15 to 17)
  • PianoStan Kenton
  • Reissue ProducerTed Daryll
  • Remastered ByJoe Brescio
  • SaxophoneBill Perkins (tracks: 1 to 14), Jack Nimitz (tracks: 1 to 14), Lennie Niehaus (tracks: 1 to 14), Skeets Herfurt (tracks: 1 to 14), Spence Sinatra (tracks: 1 to 14), Vido Musso (tracks: 1 to 14)
  • TromboneBob Fitzpatrick (tracks: 1 to 14), Carl Fontana (tracks: 1 to 14), Don Kelley (tracks: 1 to 14), Jim Amlotte (tracks: 15 to 17), Kenny Shroyer (tracks: 15 to 17), Kent Larsen (tracks: 1 to 14), Milt Bernhart (tracks: 1 to 14)
  • TrumpetDon Paladino (tracks: 1 to 14), Ed Leddy (tracks: 1 to 14), Maynard Ferguson (tracks: 1 to 14), Pete Candoli (tracks: 1 to 14), Sam Noto (tracks: 1 to 14), Vinnie Tanno (tracks: 1 to 14)
  • ViolaAlex Neimann (tracks: 15 to 17), David Sterkin (tracks: 15 to 17), Sanford Schonbach (tracks: 15 to 17), Virginia Majewski (tracks: 15 to 17)
  • ViolinAl Lustgarten (tracks: 15 to 17), Benny Gill (tracks: 15 to 17), Dan Lube (tracks: 15 to 17), David Frisina (tracks: 15 to 17), Erno Neufeld (tracks: 15 to 17), Israel Baker (tracks: 15 to 17), Lew Klass (tracks: 15 to 17), Lou Raderman (tracks: 15 to 17), Marshall Sosson (tracks: 15 to 17), Murray Kellner (tracks: 15 to 17), Nathan Ross (tracks: 15 to 17), Paul Shure (tracks: 15 to 17)


  • Barcode: 0 77779 84512 5
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA


  • Recorded At – Samuel Goldwyn Studio



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