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Performer: Stan Kenton And His Orchestra
Genre: Jazz
Album: Hollywood Bowl - 1948 - Part One
Released: 1983
Style: Big Band
MP3 version ZIP size: 1584 mb
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WMA version ZIP size: 1767 mb
Rating: 4.2
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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Theme: Artistry Jumps 4:39
A2 Intermission Riff 5:25
A3 Elegy For Alto
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – George Weidler
4:40
A4 The Peanut Vendor
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Art Pepper
4:07
A5 How High The Moon
Featuring – June Christy
1:13
B1 I Told Ya I Love Ya - Now Get Out!
Featuring – June Christy
2:09
B2 Lonely Woman
Featuring – June Christy
4:15
B3 Southern Scandal 3:13
B4 Trees
Vocals – Ray Wetzel
1:40
B5 Eager Beaver 4:00
B6 A Theme To The West
Conductor – Pete Rugolo
4:20

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  • Recorded At – Hollywood Bowl

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Art Pepper, George Weidler
  • Baritone Saxophone – Bob Gioga
  • Bass Trombone – Bart Varsalona
  • Classical Guitar [Spanish Concert Guitar] – Laurindo Almeida
  • Design [Sleeve] – John R. Bennett
  • Double Bass – Eddie Safranski
  • Drums – Irving Kluger*
  • Engineer [Cutting] – Ray Staff
  • Liner Notes – Christopher A. Pirie
  • Piano, Conductor – Stan Kenton
  • Tenor Saxophone – Bob Cooper, Warner Weidler*
  • Trombone – Harry Betts, Harry DeVito*, Harry Forbes , Milt Bernhart
  • Trumpet – Buddy Childers, Chico Alvarez, Conte Candoli, Ed Badgley, Ray Wetzel