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Performer: Stan Kenton And His Orchestra
Genre: Jazz
Album: Live At Redlands University
Released: 1970
Style: Bop, Jazz-Rock, Big Band, Contemporary Jazz
MP3 version ZIP size: 1535 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1130 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1863 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 932
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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Here's That Rainy Day
Arranged By – Dee BartonWritten-By – J. Van Heusen, J. Burke*
3:39
A2 A Little Minor Booze
Soloist – Warren GaleSoloist [Alto Saxophone] – Quinn Davis*Written-By, Arranged By – Willie Maiden
5:38
A3 Tico Tico
Arranged By – Bill HolmanSoloist – Warren GaleSoloist [Alto Saxophone] – Quinn Davis*Written-By – A. Oliveira*, E. Drake*, Z. Abrev*
4:33
A4 We Almost Made It This Time Didn't We?
Arranged By – Willie MaidenSoloist – Warren GaleSoloist [Alto Saxophone] – Quinn Davis*Soloist [Baritone Saxophone] – Willie MaidenSoloist [Tuba] – Graham EllisWritten-By – J. Webb*
4:45
B1 Chiapas
Soloist – Dick Shearer, Warren GaleSoloist [Alto Saxophone] – Quinn Davis*Written-By, Arranged By – Hank Levy
7:08
B2 MacArthur Park
Arranged By – Dee BartonWritten-By – J. Webb*
5:26
B3 More Peanut Vendor
Arranged By – Stan KentonSoloist – Dick ShearerSoloist [Flute] – Richard TorresWritten-By – M. Simons*
4:59
C1 Bon Homme Richard
Soloist – Dick ShearerWritten-By, Arranged By – Ken Hanna
4:17
C2 Hey Jude
Arranged By – Steve SpieglSoloist – Dick Shearer, Jim Kartchner*, Warren GaleSoloist [Alto Saxophone] – Quinn Davis*Soloist [Tenor Saxophone] – Richard TorresWritten-By – P. McCartney, J. Lennon*
8:57
C3 Tiare
Soloist – Dick Shearer, Stan KentonWritten-By, Arranged By – Ken Hanna
5:13
D1 Terry Talk
Vocals, Soloist – Joe EllisWritten-By, Arranged By – Willie Maiden
6:53
D2 Granada
Arranged By – Bill HolmanSoloist – Jim Kartchner*, Warren GaleWritten-By – A. Lara*
8:01
D3 Artistry In Rhythm
Written-By, Arranged By, Soloist – Stan Kenton
5:24

Credits

  • Bass – Gary Todd
  • Drums – John Von Ohlen
  • Liner Notes – Doug Neal
  • Mastered By – Jack Davis , Mack Emerman
  • Mixed By, Edited By – Larry Cox
  • Percussion [Latin] – Efrain Logreira*
  • Photography By – Clifford Munkacsy, David Gonzales
  • Photography By [Redlands Memorial Chapel] – Art Miller
  • Producer – Dick Shearer
  • Recorded By – Wally Heider
  • Saxophone – Jim Timlin, Norm Smith*, Quinn Davis*, Richard Torres, Willie Maiden
  • Trombone – Fred Carter, Graham Ellis, Mike Jamieson, Tom Bridges
  • Trombone [Lead] – Dick Shearer
  • Trumpet – Dennis Noday, Jim Kartchner*, Joe Ellis, Warren Gale
  • Trumpet [Lead] – Mike Vax

Notes

Recorded live at Redlands University, Redlands, California.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other: 33-SZB-3523-A-1
  • Other: 33-SZB-3524-A-1
  • Other: 33-SZB-3525-A-1
  • Other: 33-SZB-3526-A-1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ST-1015, ST 1015 Stan Kenton And His Orchestra Live At Redlands University ‎(2xLP, Album) Creative World, Creative World ST-1015, ST 1015 US 1972
STD 1015, GNPD 1015 Stan Kenton And His Orchestra Live At Redlands University ‎(CD, Album, RE) Creative World, GNP Crescendo STD 1015, GNPD 1015 US 1986
JAS 202 Stan Kenton And His Orchestra Live At Redlands University ‎(2xLP, Album) Creative World JAS 202 US Unknown
STD 1015 Stan Kenton And His Orchestra Live At Redlands University ‎(CD, Album, Club) Creative World STD 1015 US 1986
SZB-3526 Stan Kenton And His Orchestra Live At Redlands University ‎(2xLP, Album) Creative World SZB-3526 US 1971

The_NiGGa
All music cannot be reviewed by only one author, so with the continuing interest in vinyl record collections and reissues coming out, we need more reviews of classic and influential albums than just the one written by one author and then programmed/pulled into iTunes, Spotify, and everywhere the artist or album is mentioned. Such is the case for this Kenton concert recording for the students of Redlands University in Redlands, California in 1970 a favorite of fans but also just the occasional listener.First and foremost, the Compact Disc version that was put out in 1994 is not the full album! And unfortunately that is what is on iTunes, Spotify,etc. It is missing one of my favorite tracks from the vinyl release which is “Terry Talk” in which the trumpet player does his imitation of the inimitable Clark Terry and it is still great fun to hear. “Granada” is also missing, which is ironic that the copy and pasted single review discusses the song yet Spotify, Amazon, and iTunes listeners that are presented with that review won’t have a clue where the song is. (Which lends to the notion that the recent vinyl resurgence will be the real deal)The album begins with Stan addressing the audience about his thinking in choosing an order of songs and continues from there with enough of the introductions left in to give you the feel of being there. The big band itself sounds inspired enough as well as technically capable enough and covers pop artists such as The Beatles so that even a non big band jazz listener might get into it. This could be one jazz album that non-jazz listeners might get into because you can hear and feel the human quality of effort and excitement from the players and the audience. Hopefully we are moving beyond genre labels now that old ways of distributing and listening to music are changing. Those that were turned off by all Jazz being smooth or a technically proficient music with no feeling might get into this concert. (This back cover picture is nice of Stan, but they should have picked a shot when the audience was cheering) I revisited every track on this double album in order, I can’t see how any big band fan won’t be blown away by at least some part of this album. This, like many Kenton creations, is about the band as a whole, and not about stars as he even alludes to in one of his monologues. Yet, Dick Shearer was always talked about by most of the trombone players that I know. There has to be a video somewhere of “Terry Talk” because that just begs to be seen as well as heard.This live concert is a perfect choice for a conscious listening session especially if you want to remember your days of being in a school band or for anyone who wants to hear an exciting instrumental concert with variations in moods and tempos which mostly missing from many ‘live/DJ/dance’ instrumental concerts of some current music styles. And, as always, choose to listen on vinyl and on a good system for the next best thing to being there!- ChaunceyLISTEN on Spotify (minus “Terry Talk” and “Granada”)