A Kenton Centennial
University of Tennessee Studio Orchestra
Knoxville Jazz Orchestra Trombone Section
Conducted by Rusty Holloway and Terry Vosbein
8 October 2011
Composed in 1948 by Bob Graettinger for the Stan Kenton band, but never before recorded.
Performed here by Terry Vosbein and the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra
Afternoon of a Faun
Composed by Debussy and arranged by Pete Rugolo in 1946 for the Stan Kenton band, but never before recorded.
Performed here by Terry Vosbein and the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra.
Don't Blame Me
Terry Vosbein and the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra, performing Pete Rugolo's unrecorded arrangement for Kenton from 1948.
A rare 1946 straight-ahead swing-era composition by Progressive Jazz's bad boy of the avant garde, Bob Graettinger. Performed by Terry Vosbein and the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra.
Excerpts from PROGRESSIVE JAZZ 2009, a CD by Terry Vosbein and the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra, featuring newly discovered compositions from the Stan Kenton Archives.
Artistry in Percussion
Featuring Peter Erskine on drums, with Bob Curnow conducting Pete Rugolo's composition at the LA Jazz Institute's Modern Sounds. 24 October 2011.
Originally written in 1946 for the Stan Kenton Orchestra.
Chicago III Suite
Bob Curnow conducts his arrangement, recorded at the Los Angeles Jazz Institute's Modern Sounds, October 2011. Originally written for the Stan Kenton Orchestra.
Live and Let Die
Bob Curnow conducts his arrangement at the LA Jazz Institute's Modern Sounds. 24 October 2011. Originally written for the Stan Kenton Orchestra.
Composer Bill Mathieu leads an all-star big band in his arrangement. From the Los Angeles Jazz Institute's Modern Sounds.
Originally written for the Stan Kenton Orchestra.
Artistry in Rhythm
Arranged by Kim Richmond
Kim Richmond Concert Jazz Orchestra
Los Angeles, California
29 March 2013
Soloists: Bob Carr (bassoon), Alex Budman (flute) and percussionists Ralph Razze, David Johnson, Scott Breadman.
Artistry in Rhythm
An Evening of Stan Kenton
The Airmen of Note
A Kenton Christmas
U.S. Army All-Brass Big Band
A Stan Kenton Christmas
The U.S. Army All Brass Big Band
Tribute To Stan Kenton
RIAS Big Band directed by Jiggs Whigham
With Conte Candoli, George Roberts, Bud Shank, John von Ohlen, and the Four Freshmen
Berliner Union Filmstudios, Berlin-Termpelhof, Germany
9 September 1995
Blog on JazzWax
The One O'Clock Lab Band
With Leon Breeden and Stan Kenton
Recorded by the ABC television network, Los Angeles
SAX John Giordano, Tim Bell, Lou Marini, Ray Loeckle, Tom Boras
TRUMPET Larry Ford, Jay Saunders, Galen Jeter, Bill Stapleton, Jim Scaggiari
TROMBONE Mike Heathman, Connie Seidel, Joe Randazzo
PIANO Dan Heale
BASS John Monaghan
DRUMS Ed Soph
GUITAR Tom Brunner
VIBES Bobby Henschen
My early memories of my father