STAN Kenton WITH
THE DANISH RADIO BIG BAND  
   

1. Artistry In Rhythm* 1:03
(Stan Kenton)
Conducted by lb Glindemann

2. Malaguena 5:22
(Ernesto Lecuona)
arr. Bill Holman
Trombone solo: Torolf Mølgaard
Tenor Saxophone Solo: Bent Jædig

3. I'm Glad There Is You 4:15
(Paul Madeira-Jimmy Dorsey)
arr. Stan Kenton
Piano Solo: Stan Kenton

4. The Blues Story 6:30
(Gene Roland)
Piano Solo: Stan Kenton
Trombone Solo: Torolf Molgaard
Tenor Saxophone Solo: Bent Jædig
French Horn Solo: Preben Gamov

5. Love For Sale 4:26
(Cole Porter)
arr. Pete Rugolo
Trombone Solo: John Lind
Alto Saxophone Solo: Rolf Billberg

6. Stella By Starlight 7:00
(Victor Young-Ned Washington)
arr. Bill Holman
Alto Saxophone Solo: Rolf Billberg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. Limehouse Blues 4:42
(Philip Braham-Douglas Furber)
arr. Bill Holman
Alto Saxophone Solo: Rolf Billberg
Trumpet Solo: ldrees Sulieman
Tenor Saxophone Solo: Bent Jædig

8. Interlude 6:05
(Pete Rugolo)
Piano Solo: Stan Kenton

9. Dragonwyck 5:25
(Gene Roland)
Trumpet Solo: Allan Botschinsky
Alto Saxophone Solo: Rolf Billberg

10. Yesterdays 6:42
(Jerome Kem-Otto Harbach)
arr. Bill Holman
Tenor Saxophone Solo Uffe Karskov

11. Artemis And Apollo 5:59
(Johnny Richards)
Trumpet Solo: Palle Mikkelborg
Trombone Solo: Torolf Mølgaard

12. Cuban Fire Sulte 12:48
(Johnny Richards)
Trombone Solo: Torolf Mølgaard
Trumpet Solo: ldrees Sulieman
Alto Saxophone Solo: Rolf Billberg
Tenor Saxophone Solo: Bent Jædig


13. Talk 0:26

14. It's The Talk
Of The Town 1:14
(Symes-Neiburs-Livingston)
(lb Glindemann signature)
Conducted by Stan Kenton

15. Fanfare 1:34

Total time: 73:36

 

 



Personnel:
Palle Mikkelborg,
Idrees in its youth, and characterized by a Sulieman, Allan Botschinsky,
Palle fair portion of political correctness. Bolvig,
Svend Lundvig (tp),


Bent Jædig Included in this correctness was a (ts), Uffe Karskov (ts & as),
Rolf certain built-in skepticism regarding Billberg, Erling Christensen (as),
Bent the phenomenon Stan Kenton. With Nielsen (bs),

Torolf Mølgaard,
John youthful passion, I defended black, Lind,
Ole Kurt Jensen,
Poul rebellious jazz, and, if I were to hear Kjældgaard, Steen Engelholt,
Helmuth "white" music, it shouldn't be by Hansen (tb),

Preben Gamov,
David ambitious west coast arrangers, Stembach, Knud Sørensen,
Per who I believed had not completely Larsen, (f-hom), Stan Kenton (p & digested their studies of European cond.),

Ole Molin (g).
Niels-Henning classical music. Rather, it should be Ørsted Pedersen (b),
Bjame Rostvold with earnest and personal lyricists (dr),
John Steffensen,
Per Nielsen like Bill Evans or, as in this case,
Rolf (perc.), lb Glindemann (cord.'). Billberg.

Produced for CD by lb Glindemann & It's useless to deny it: when I attended Anders Stefansen this concert in the Radio Concert Hall