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
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All compositions by Stan Kenton except where noted. Come Back to Sorrento" (Ernesto De Curtis) - 3:07.
Tracklist: 1. Come Back To Sorrento, 2. Artistry In Bolero, 3. Willow Weep For Me, 4. Fantasy, 5. Safranski (Artistry In Bass), 6. Opus In Pastels, 7. Ain’t No Misery In Me, 8. Artistry In Percussion. More albums from Stan Kenton And His Orchestra: The Stage Door Swings by Stan Kenton And His Orchestra. Road Show Volume 1 by Stan Kenton And His Orchestra. Live At Brigham Young University by Stan Kenton And His Orchestra. Road Show by Stan Kenton And His Orchestra. Live At Butler University by Stan Kenton And His Orchestra. Viva Kenton by Stan Kenton And His Orchestra. The European Tour 1953 by Stan Kenton And His Orchestra. Stan Kenton Presents by Stan Kenton And His Orchestra. View all albums . Artistry In Rhythm. By: Stan Kenton And His Orchestra (1946, Jazz).
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Stanley Newcomb Kenton (December 15, 1911 – August 25, 1979) was an American popular music and jazz artist. As a pianist, composer, arranger and band leader he led an innovative and influential jazz orchestra for almost four decades. Though Kenton had several pop hits from the early 1940s into the 1960s, his music was always forward looking. Kenton was also a pioneer in the field of jazz education, creating the Stan Kenton Jazz Camp in 1959 at Indiana University.
|A1||Blues In Riff|
|A5||Of All Things|
|B1||Opus In Beige|
|B2||Artistry In Blues|
|B3||Design For Blue|
|B5||Piece For Soft Brass, Woodwinds & Percussion|
NotesMade in New Zealand
A capitol Recording released for its members by the World Record Club
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code (Side 1): M-1-11027
- Label Code (Side 2): M-2-11027
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): M-1-11027
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2): M-2-11027
|M 11027||Stan Kenton And His Orchestra||Artistry In Jazz (LP)||Capitol Records||M 11027||US||1972|
|C 062 - 80799||Stan Kenton And His Orchestra||Artistry In Jazz (LP)||Capitol Records||C 062 - 80799||France||1972|
|5C 052-80799, 5C052 80 799||Stan Kenton And His Orchestra||Artistry In Jazz (LP, Comp, RE)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||5C 052-80799, 5C052 80 799||Netherlands||Unknown|
|5C 052-80799||Stan Kenton And His Orchestra||Artistry In Jazz (LP, Comp, RE)||Emigold Series||5C 052-80799||Netherlands||Unknown|
|OU 2001, IE 054 ○ 81222M||Stan Kenton And His Orchestra||Artistry In Jazz (LP)||Capitol Records, EMI||OU 2001, IE 054 ○ 81222M||UK||1972|