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Stan Kenton - Easy Go: The 1950-1952 Jazz Band (2001) (320 kbps)

5-12-2014, 15:45
Music | Jazz

Stan Kenton - Easy Go: The 1950-1952 Jazz Band (2001) (320 kbps)

Artist: Stan Kenton
Title Of Album: Easy Go: The 1950-1952 Jazz Band
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Blue Note
Genre: Jazz
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Time: 01:00:09 min
Total Size: 143 mb
WWW: allmusic

In the early 1950s, Stan Kenton had run a sizable deficit with his experimental Innovations Orchestra, plus he owed the Internal Revenue Service back taxes, so he needed an infusion of cash rather quickly. He chose to keep the dance band core of his group and entered the ballroom circuit, while also focusing on making more commercial records. But the period (1950-1952) covered in this compilation hardly represents an artistic compromise, as the charts produced by Kenton, Shorty Rogers, Pete Rugolo, Gene Roland, Johnny Richards, and Bill Russo have stood the test of the time, complemented by several outstanding soloists, including Art Pepper, Bud Shank, Maynard Ferguson, Conte Candoli, Bob Cooper, and Bill Holman. None of the tracks run much over three minutes, but the concise nature of the charts works in Kenton's favor. Stan Kenton's work has often been criticized as bombastic, but this is a truly swinging CD.

Stan Kenton - Easy Go: The 1950-1952 Jazz Band (2001) (320 kbps)
01. Easy Go (3:09)
02. Love For Sale (3:15)
03. Viva Prado (3:19)
04. Something New (Sunset Tower) (2:56)
05. Theme For Alto (2:39)
06. Riff Rhapsody (3:15)
07. Dynaflow (3:08)
08. What's New (3:13)
09. Jump For Joe (3:04)
10. Night Watch (2:43)
11. Francesca (2:44)
12. Soliloquy (2:47)
13. Lazy Daisy (2:50)
14. Mambo Rhapsody (2:34)
15. Riff Raff (3:11)
16. Star Dust (2:58)
17. Bags And Baggage (3:07)
18. Bill's Blues (2:55)
19. Cool Eyes (3:26)
20. Beehive (3:05)

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