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Jazz in the Night: Stan Kenton – Concert In Miniature (Trianon Ballroom, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) (Episode 38)


Personnel: Alto sax: Vinnie Dean, Lee Konitz Tenor sax: Bill Holman, Richie Kamuca Baritone sax: Hank Levy Trumpet: Buddy Childers, Ernie Royal, Conte Candoli, Don Dennis, Don Smith Trombone: Bob Burgess, Bill Russo, Frank Rosolino, Keith Moon, George Roberts (bass-trombone) Piano: Stan Kenton Bass: Don Bagley Guitar: Sal Salvador Drums: Stan Levey

Recorded: Tuesday, 17 March 1953, Trianon Ballroom, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1.

Francesca (Sherman Feller) 0:49 arr. by Pete Rugolo solo: Rosolino (tb) Konitz (as) Stan talks with Rosolino after Francesca about enjoying applause. Then Konitz tells Stan why the band likes to play Walking Shoes. “Because it swings!” 2. Walking Shoes (Gerry Mulligan) 5:41 arr. by Gerry Mulligan solos: Burgess (tb) Holman (ts) Dean (as) Candoli (tp) Childers talks about whether or not to use a mute on the next tune. 3. All The Things You Are (Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II) 9:41 arr. by Gerry Mulligan solo: Childers (tp) 4. Jeepers Creepers (Harry Warren & Johnny Mercer) 14:15 arr. by Bill Russo vocal: Chris Connor solo: Candoli (tp) Bagley (b) 5. Sophisticated Lady (Duke Ellington) 17:44 arr. by Bill Russo solos: Candoli (tp) Salvador (g) Royal (tp) Konitz (as) 6. Bags (Bill Holman) 21:58 arr. by Bill Holman solo: Bagley (b) 7. Lover Man (Roger “Ram” Ramirez, Jimmy Davis and Jimmy Sherman) 25:21 arr. by Bill Russo solo: Konitz (as)



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