Title: New Concepts Of Artistry In Rhythm
Style: Big Band
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New Concepts of Artistry in Rhythm is an album by Stan Kenton. Fresh from the commercial failure of his Innovations in Modern Music Orchestra, Kenton returned to the studio and the road with a new jazz band, featuring some of the top-flight west coast players he had come to know since his last jazz band broke up in 1950. He commissioned music from several arrangers, including Bill Holman, Johnny Richards, Gerry Mulligan, Shorty Rogers, and Bill Russo, and this album was the result
Features Song Lyrics for Stan Kenton's New Concepts of Artistry in Rhythm album. 1. Lonesome Train Lyrics. Stan Kenton Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
Stan Kenton and His Orchestra. Wow. Lennie Tristano Sextet.
Stan Kenton chronology. City of Glass (1952)City of Glass1952. New Concepts of Artistry in Rhythm (1953). Long regarded as one of the finest Kenton recordings, this studio album captures the energy and fire of one of Kenton's hardest-swinging bands, including soloists like Frank Rosolino, Lee Konitz, Conte Candoli, Maynard Ferguson, and Sal Salvador.
Portrait of a Count, 03:16. Frank Speaking, 03:13. 23 Degrees N, 82 Degrees W, 03:11.
When west coast big band leader Stan Kenton recorded this 1952 masterpiece, his powerful and versatile 21-piece featured bebop trumpet virtuoso and high note specialist Maynard Ferguson, trombonists Frank Rosolino. From: Kenton, Stan - New Concepts Of Artistry In Rhythm in Encyclopedia of Popular Music . Subjects: Music. Related content in Oxford Reference. Kenton, Stan - New Concepts Of Artistry In Rhythm. in Encyclopedia of Popular Music (4) Length: 118 words. Stan Kenton (1912-1979) American bandleader, composer, and arranger.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "New Concepts of Artistry in Rhythm" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Stanley Newcomb "Stan" Kenton (December 15, 1911 – August 25, 1979) was a pianist, composer, and arranger who led an innovative, influential, and often controversial American jazz orchestra. In later years he was active as an educator.
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|A1||23〫 N - 82〫 W.
Arranged By – Bill RussoSoloist – Frank Rosolino, Lee Konitz, Stan Levey
|A2||Portait OF A Count
Arranged By – Bill RussoSoloist – Conte Candoli
|A3||Invention For Guitar & Trumpet
Arranged By – Bill HolmanSoloist – Maynard Ferguson, Sal Salvador
Arranged By – Bill RussoSoloist – Lee Konitz
Arranged By – Gerry MulliganSoloist – Conte Candoli, Lee Konitz, Richie Kamuca, Stan Levey
Arranged By – Bill RussoSoloist – Frank Rosolino
Composed By, Arranged By – Johnny Richards
Arranged By – Bill RussoSoloist – Bill Holman, Bill Russo, Bob Burgess, Buddy Childers, Lee Konitz, Lee Konitz, Sal Salvador
- Bass – Don Bagley
- Bongos – Denon Kenneth Walton*
- Drums – Stan Levey
- Guitar – Sal Salvador
- Piano – Stan Kenton
- Research – Jack Hartley, Michael Sparke, Pete Venudor
- Saxophone – Bill Holman, Bob Gioga, Lee Konitz, Richie Kamuca, Vinnie Dean
- Trombone – Bill Russo, Bob Burgess, Frank Rosolino, George Roberts, Keith Moon
- Trumpet – Buddy Childers, Conte Candoli, Don Dennis, Maynard Ferguson, Ruben McFall
NotesST-1002 on jacket front. ST 1002 on jacket back. 1002 on center labels.
|T-383||Kenton*||New Concepts Of Artistry In Rhythm (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||T-383||US||1953|
|EBF-383||Stan Kenton And His Orchestra||New Concepts Of Artistry In Rhythm (2x7", Album)||Capitol Records||EBF-383||US||1953|
|ST-1002, ST 1002, 1002||Stan Kenton||New Concepts Of Artistry In Rhythm (LP, Album)||Creative World, Creative World, Creative World||ST-1002, ST 1002, 1002||US||Unknown|
|CDP 7 92865 2||Stan Kenton||New Concepts Of Artistry In Rhythm (CD, Album, RE)||Capitol Jazz||CDP 7 92865 2||US||1989|
|H-383||Stan Kenton||New Concepts Of Artistry In Rhythm (10", Album)||Capitol Records||H-383||Canada||1953|