Stan Kenton And His Orchestra ‎– A Concert In Progressive Jazz

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Capitol Records ‎– T-172
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A1 Cuban Carnival
Written-By – Pete Rugolo
A2 Monotony
Written-By – Pete Rugolo, Stan Kenton
A3 Lonely Woman
Vocals – June ChristyWritten-By – Benny Carter, Ray Sonin
A4 Lament
Written-By – Pete Rugolo
A5 Thermopolae
Written-By – Bob Graettinger, Bob Graettinger
A6 Theme For Alto
Written-By – Pete Rugolo
B1 Impressionism
Written-By – Pete Rugolo
B2 Elegy For Alto
Written-By – Pete Rugolo, Stan Kenton
B3 This Is My Theme
Vocals – June ChristyWritten-By – Lacy*, Rugolo*, Kenton*
B4 Fugue For Rhythm Section
Written-By – Pete Rugolo
B5 Introduction To A Latin Rhythm
Written-By – Pete Rugolo, Stan Kenton
B6 Come Rain Or Come Shine
Vocals – June ChristyWritten-By – Harold Arlen & Johnny MercerHarold Arlen - Johnny Mercer*

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The spine and center labels title this release as "A Concert In Progressive Jazz", but the font cover titles it "A Presentation In Progressive Jazz".

Elegy for Alto, Lament, Monotony, Fugue for Rythym, Cuban Carnival, Introduction to A Latin Rythym, Lonely Woman, This is My Theme, Thermopolae recorded in Hollywood, 1947

Come Rain or Shine, Theme for Alto recorded in Hollywood 1951.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout: 1S T1-172-D2 3
  • Matrix / Runout: 2S T2-172-D1 3

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