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Stan Kenton - The Kenton Era album

Stan Kenton - The Kenton Era album
Performer: Stan Kenton
Title: The Kenton Era
Country: US
Style: Big Band, Spoken Word
Genre: Jazz / Not music
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 684
MP3 size: 1262 mb
FLAC size: 1155 mb

Tracklist Hide Credits

Part 1: Prologue
A1 Prologue - Stan Kenton Speaks Of The Development Of His Music
Part 2 - Balboa Bandwagon
B1 Artistry In Rhythm (Opening Theme)
Written-By – Stan Kenton
B2 Two Moods
Written-By – Ralph Yaw
B3 Etude For Saxophones
Written-By – Stan Kenton
B4 I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good
Written-By – Duke Ellington, Paul Webster*
B5 Lamento Gitano
Written-By – Traditional
B6 Reed Rapture
Written-By – Stan Kenton
B7 La Cumparsita
Arranged By – Stan KentonWritten-By – G.H. Matos Rodriguez*
B8 St. James Infirmary
Written-By – Joe Primrose
B9 Arkansas Traveler
Arranged By – Stan KentonWritten-By – Traditional
B10 Artistry In Rhythm (Closing Theme)
Written-By – Stan Kenton
Part 3 - Growing Pains
C1 Russian Lullaby
Written-By – Irving Berlin
C2 I Lost Sugar In Salt Lake City
Written-By – Johnny Lange, Leon Rene
C3 Opus A Dollar Three Eighty
Written-By – Pete Rugolo
C4 I Know That You Know
Written-By – Anne Coldwell, Vincent Youmans
C5 I'm Going Mad For A Pad
Written-By – Lawrence*, Greene*, Kenton*
C6 Ol' Man River
Written-By – Jerome Kern-Oscar Hammerstein II*
C7 I'll Remember April
Written-By – Raye*, De Paul*, Johnston*
C8 Liza
Written-By – George & Ira Gershwin, Gus Kahn
Part 4 - Artistry In Rhythm
D1 One Twenty
Written-By – Ralph Yaw
D2 Body And Soul
Written-By – Heyman*, Eyton*, Green*, Sour*
D3 Tea For Two
Written-By – Irving Caesar, Vincent Youmans
D4 Never Thought I'd Sing The Blues
Written-By – Eddie Stone , Floyd Bean
D5 I've Got The World On A String
Written-By – Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler
D6 Everybody Swing
Written-By – Gene Roland
D7 You May Not Love Me
Written-By – James Van Heusen-Johnny Burke*
D8 More Than You Know
Written-By – Rose*, Eliscu*, Youmans*
Part 5 - Progressive Jazz
E1 Artistry In Harlem Swing
Written-By – Gene Roland
E2 If I Could Be With You (One Hour Tonight)
Written-By – Henry Creamer, Jimmy Johnson*
E3 By The River Ste. Marie
Written-By – Edgar Leslie, Harry Warren
E4 Sophisticated Lady
Written-By – Ellington*, Mills*, Parish*
E5 Interlude
Written-By – Pete Rugolo
E6 Over The Rainbow
Written-By – E.Y. Harburg, Harold Arlen
E7 Machito
Written-By – Pete Rugolo
E8 Elegy For Alto
Written-By – Pete Rugolo, Stan Kenton
Part 6 - Innovations
F1 In Veradero
Written-By – Neil Heftie*
F2 Amazonia
Written-By – Laurindo Almeida
F3 Salute
Written-By – Pete Rugolo
F4 Coop's Solo
Written-By – Shorty Rogers
F5 Ennui
Written-By – Bill Russo
F6 Samana
Written-By – Manny Albam
Part 7 - Contemporary
G1 Swing House
Written-By – Gerry Mulligan
G2 You Go To My Head
Written-By – Haven Gillespie, J. Fred Coots
G3 Baa-Too-Kee
Written-By – Dante Varela, Laurindo Almeida
G4 Stella By Starlight
Written-By – Ned Washington, Victor Young
G5 Bill's Blues
Written-By – Bill Russo
G6 Modern Opus
Written-By – Bob Graettinger
G7 Zoot
Written-By – Bill Holman
Part 8 - Epilogue
H1 Epilogue - Stan Kenton Speaks A Word In Summation And Looks To The Future
Written-By – Stan Kenton
H2 Artistry In Rhythm (Theme)
Written-By – Stan Kenton

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Capitol Mastering


  • Graphics – Young And Dodge
  • Leader, Narrator – Stan Kenton
  • Liner Notes [The Narrative Story] – Bud Freeman
  • Mastered By – JAM*


Label variation. Record 1 comes with orange labels and records 2, 3 & 4 comes with yellow labels.

This copy also comes in a gatefold sleeve as opposed to this copy which comes in a box set.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts Side 1 Etched): 33-KENT-I-1030-A-I · * Side 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts Side 2 Etched): KENT·1030-F. * Side-2.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts Side 3 Etched): KENT. 3-1030-W-2. *
  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts Side 4 Etched): 33-KENT-4-1030-A-1. * Side 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts Side 5 Etched): 33-KENT-5-1030-A-I. * Side 5
  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts Side 6 Etched): ST-6-1030 J-1 JAM L-3240
  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts Side 7 Etched): ST-7-1030 J-1 JAM L-3240
  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts Side 8 Etched): KENT - 8-1030 * Side 8
  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts Stamped Sides 2, 3, 6 & 7): MASTERED BY CAPITOL

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WDX 569 Stan Kenton The Kenton Era ‎(4xLP, Comp, Mono, Ltd + Box, Mono, Ltd) Capitol Records WDX 569 US 1955
WDX 569 Stan Kenton The Kenton Era ‎(4xLP, Comp, Mono, Ltd, RP + Box, Mono, Ltd) Capitol Records WDX 569 US 1959
E0X 569, E0X-569 Stan Kenton The Kenton Era ‎(15x7", EP, Comp + Box, Num, Ltd) Capitol Records, Capitol Records E0X 569, E0X-569 US 1955
ECJ-67001 - 4 Stan Kenton The Kenton Era ‎(4xLP, Comp, Mono + Box, Mono) Capitol Records ECJ-67001 - 4 Japan Unknown
ST 1030 Stan Kenton The Kenton Era ‎(4xLP, Comp, Duo + Box) Creative World ST 1030 US Unknown

City of Glass, an album originally issued as a 10" LP by Stan Kenton, consists entirely of the music of Bob Graettinger. There is a great deal written in music history books about the period of artistic experimentalism after World War II in Europe and the United States

Prologue - Stan Kenton Speaks Of The Development Of His Music. Part 2 - Balboa Bandwagon. B1. Artistry In Rhythm (Opening Theme). Written-By – Stan Kenton. The narrative story of "The Kenton Era" is by Bud Freeman, a newspaperman, publicist and free-lanced writer who has worked with many notables in the world of popular music.

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