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Stan Kenton and His Orchestra: A Kenton Trilogy, Part 1: Dance Time

Read "A Kenton Trilogy, Part 1: Dance Time" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Better late than never. Having already appraised Part 2 of Sounds of Yesteryear's three-part salute to the Stan Kenton Orchestra, it seemed only proper that the same should be done (albeit out of order) for Part 1 (and Part 3 as well, whenever it is released). Unlike Part 2, which is devoted to the artistry of ...

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Stan Kenton and His Orchestra: Jazz Journey

Read "Jazz Journey" reviewed by Jack Bowers


For those who thought that reissues of albums by the Stan Kenton Orchestra had faded away as the well ran dry, think again: from Sounds of Yesteryear comes a welcome and invigorating Jazz Journey, traversing half a dozen concerts by the superb Kenton Orchestra that consist for the most part of unissued material from the years ...

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Take Five With Tommy Vig

Read "Take Five With Tommy Vig" reviewed by Tommy Vig


Meet Tommy Vig: Born to a musical family in Budapest, Tommy Vig was internationally recognized as a child prodigy by the age of six, playing drums with his father, clarinetist Gyorgy Vig. His sense of improvisation, rhythm and energy at that young age made him unique, and he performed live concerts on radio, at ...

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Rocket Man

Label: Seeley Music Productions
Released: 2001
Track listing: Embraceable You; Titan Suite; Danish Twist; Too Beautiful; Evening Star; Stray Horn; Unknown; Unknown; Hang on Sloopy; Latin Holiday; Rose Hips; Peter Gunn; Peter Gunn encore; Love Handles; The Shadow of Your Smile; Where Am I Going?; Where Am I Going? encore (69:56).

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"Rocket Man" - In Memoray of Bud Brisbois 193-78

Label: Seeley Music Productions
Released: 2001
Track listing: Embraceable you; Titan Suite; Danish Twist; Too Beautiful; Evening Star; Stray Horn; Unknown; Unknown; Hang on Sloopy; Latin Holiday; Rose Hips; Peter Gunn; Encore [Peter Gunn]; Love Handles; Shadow of Your smile; Where Am I Going?; Encore [Where Am I Going?]

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Bud Brisbois: Rocket Man

Read "Rocket Man" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Jazz Journal International, one of the several overseas magazines to which I subscribe, carries a fairly regular column entitled “The Forgotten Ones,” wherein are biographical sketches of musicians who were celebrated in their day but have long since been consigned to the back roads of history. They’ve not yet profiled the late Bud Brisbois, but they ...

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Bud Brisbois: "Rocket Man" - In Memoray of Bud Brisbois 193-78

Read ""Rocket Man" - In Memoray of Bud Brisbois 193-78" reviewed by Dave Nathan


Bud Brisbois is known for the time he spends in the higher ranges of the trumpet. He was with Stan Kenton Band during the late 1950's and early 60's, playing with one of Kenton's better aggregations. It's his trumpet one hears screeching on such classic Kenton recordings as “The Peanut Vendor". Brisbois also had a long ...


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