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Jazz Journey

Label: Sounds of Yesteryear
Released: 2018
Track listing: Sketch; Blue Moon; If I Should Lose You; Jeepers Creepers; Night and Day; Cherokee; On the Alamo; Ooh-Shoo-Be-Doo-Be; The Nearness of You; I Remember You; Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen; Out of This World; Lazy Afternoon; Lush Life; The Thrill Is Gone; Opus in Chartreuse Cha Cha; The Night We Called It a Day; Early Autumn; Take the “A” Train; Theme & Sign-off.


Article: Album Review

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 ...


News: Performance / Tour

Stephanie Jordan, Germaine Bazzle, Betty Shirley featured in Jazz Journey concert with Virginia native Rene Marie

Stephanie Jordan, Germaine Bazzle, Betty Shirley featured in Jazz Journey concert with Virginia native Rene Marie

The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation presents a Jazz Journey concert featuring the legendary song stylist Rene Marie, along with three of New Orleans' greatest female jazz singers: Germaine Bazzle, Stephanie Jordan and Betty Shirley. The concert takes place on Friday, Jan. 13, at Dillard University's Lawless Memorial Chapel in New Orleans, Louisiana. Admission is ...


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