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Bibliography

This bibliography owes extensively to the work of Tony Agostinelli and Jazzinstitut Darmstadt and to the resources of the University of North Texas Music Library.

There are currently 3226 items listed.

Including:

1292 Down Beat
420 Metronome
552 Billboard
132 Melody Maker

This list last updated 10 July 2016

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1939

Avakian, George. Down Beat 15 October 1939: 11.

1941

Dallimore, HS. “Chords and Discords. Ralph Yaw Had Nothing to Do with Kenton’s Style.” Down Beat 15 December 1941: 12, 22.

Hallock, Ted. “University of Oregon Tastes Vary.” Variety 19 November 1941: 47, 60.

Hellman, Jack. “The Hollywood Idea.” Variety 1 October 1941: 58.

“Kenton Band a California Sensation.” Down Beat 15 August 1941: 14.

“Kenton Clicks in Bay.” Down Beat 15 December 1941: 24.

“Kenton Records.” Metronome November 1941: 29.

“Kenton – Door Opener Nixed for 6 Weeks.” Down Beat 15 November 1941: 1.

“On the Air: Stan Kenton.” Billboard 13 December 1941: 10.

“On the Upbeat.” Variety 17 December 1941: 48.

“Orchestra Notes. Coast Cacophony: Stan Kenton.” Billboard 16 August 1941: 10.

“Orchestra Notes. Coast Cacophony: Stan Kenton.” Billboard 22 November 1941: 10.

“Poll to Pick All-Stars in Final Stretch.” Down Beat 15 December 1941: 1, 17-20.

“Ready for Big Test.” Down Beat 1 October 1941: 2.

“Record Review. This Love of Mine / the Nango / Taboo / Adios.” Metronome December 1941: 15.

Richards, Dana. “Letters to the Editors. A-1 for Kenton.” Metronome December 1941: 5, 35.

“Showcase of New Bands. Kenton Boasts No Horseplay, Much Music.” Metronome August 1941: 23.

Simon, George T. “Spanier, Kenton Bands Draw Raves.” Metronome November 1941: 14, 46.

“Spotting the Bands.” Metronome November 1941: 48.

“Stan Kenton Band at Palladium.” Metronome December 1941: 9.

“Stan Kenton Band to East; Gastel Manager.” Down Beat 15 September 1941: 7.

“Stan Kenton Cracks JD’s Opening Mark.” Down Beat 15 December 1941: 11.

“Stan Kenton Ork Set for New York Debut at Door.” Down Beat 1 November 1941: 1.

Thomas, Bob. “College Rhythm.” Variety 31 December 1941: 38.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 June 1941: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 June 1941: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 November 1941: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 July 1941: 22.


1942

“Ad. The Scorching Discovery of ‘42.” Metronome August 1942: 18.

“Advance Bookings.” Billboard 2 August 1942: 8.

Alexander, Elinore. “Big Tea, Kenton and James in Youngstown.” Down Beat 1 November 1942: 23.

“Band Bookings.” Variety 2 October 1942: 66.

“Band Bookings.” Variety 15 April 1942: n. pag.

“Band Bookings.” Variety 1 August 1942: 42.

“Band Bookings.” Variety 29 April 1942: 40.

“Band Bookings.” Variety 11 March 1942: 40.

“Band Bookings.” Variety 25 November 1942: 40.

Beckwith, Fred. “Chords and Discords. How About Kenton?” Down Beat 1 November 1942: 11.

“Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller Voted Champs!” Down Beat 1 January 1942: 1, 21-2.

“Bob Allen, Stan Kenton Strong Draws in Boston.” Billboard 9 May 1942: 27.

Carter, D. “Stan Kenton: Roseland.” Billboard 14 February 1942: 22.

“Cleveland Gives McKinley Strong.” Variety 8 April 1942: 40.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Metronome August 1942: cover.

Deinlein, John. “Kenton Takes Couple From Baltimore.” Down Beat 1 October 1942: 11.

“Ellington, Bailey, Kenton Pace New Record Releases.” Down Beat 1 April 1942: 14.

Frazier, George. “‘You Can Have Kenton, I’ll Take Mugsy Any Day,’ Growls Frazier.” Down Beat 1 February 1942: 5.

“Gene Krupa Drums Up Big.” Variety 14 October 1942: n. pag.

“Hamid Unit, Kenton Band Break Record.” Billboard 22 August 1942: 19.

“Hargrave Into Old Stan Kenton Spot.” Down Beat 1 February 1942: 9.

Honigberg, Sam. “On the Stand. Sherman Hotel, Chicago.” Billboard 19 December 1942: 23.

Hyltone, Dave. “Radio Review. Johnny Richards.” Metronome March 1942: 16.

“Kay Nets $136,000.” Variety 7 October 1942: 62.

“Kelso for Kenton.” Metronome February 1942: 35.

“Kenton Good, 10,000 in New York.” Variety 21 October 1942: n. pag.

“Kenton Makes Changes Back to Coast.” Metronome October 1942: 8.

“Kenton Opens in N.Y.; Won’t Play Latin Jive.” Down Beat 15 February 1942: 1.

“Kenton Theaters.” Billboard 21 February 1942: 20.

“Krupa 2d Nifty 60,000.” Variety 28 October 1942: 38.

“Lincoln Takes Lyman, Kenton.” Down Beat 15 December 1942: 25.

“Lincoln Takes Lyman, Kenton.” Down Beat 15 December 1942: 25.

Lino, Al. “Kenton Hears Singer’s Disc, Signs Him.” Down Beat 15 April 1942: 18.

“Mixed Reaction on Kenton Band’s First N.Y. Job.” Down Beat 15 March 1942: 2.

“Movie Machine Reviews .” Billboard 14 February 1942: 56.

“Movie Machine Reviews. Stan Kenton and His Band in Reed Rapture.” Billboard 18 April 1942: 78.

“Okun Okayed by Kenton and Ork.” Down Beat 15 March 1942: 3.

“Orchestra Notes. Coast Cacophony: Stan Kenton.” Billboard 24 January 1942: 23.

“Picture. Stan Kenton and Red Dorris.” Metronome August 1942: 15.

“Picture. Stan Kenton Band at Meadowbrook.” Metronome August 1942: 10.

“Record Review. Gamblers Blues.” Metronome July 1942: 14.

“Savitt’s 1700; Kenton Prima Do Well on 1st Nighters.” Variety 4 November 1942: 40.

Simon, George T. “Norvo and Kenton Bands Impressive.” Metronome August 1942: 10, 15.

“Spotting the Bands.” Metronome March 1942: 40.

“Spotting the Bands.” Metronome February 1942: 48.

“Spotting the Bands.” Metronome July 1942: 33.

“Stan Kenton a Hollywood Riot; So All the Bookers Take the Credit.” Billboard 3 January 1942: 13.

“Stan Kenton and Ork on Tour.” Variety 25 March 1942: 40.

“Stan Kenton Band Will Devastate ‘em and Nothing Can Be Done About It.” Down Beat 1 April 1942: 9.

“Stan Kenton Gives Pittsburgh a Thrill.” Down Beat 1 December 1942: 18.

“Stan Kenton in New York.” Variety 21 January 1942: n. pag.

“Stan Kenton to New York This Week.” Down Beat 1 February 1942: 1.

“Strand NY: SK Ork.” Variety 21 October 1942: 52.

“Three Drawing Cards.” Billboard 24 October 1942: 23.

“Two Most Promising Orks. Future Bandstand Kings: Stan Kenton.” Billboard 9 May 1942: 3, 22, 26.

Ulanov, Barry. “Kenton Highlights NY Stage Shows.” Metronome November 1942: 18.

---. “Radio Review. Stan Kenton, Heavy Hot in One Groove.” Metronome January 1942: 17.

---. “Stage Show Review. Stan Kenton.” Metronome April 1942: 17, 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 November 1942: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 July 1942: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 November 1942: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 October 1942: 11.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 August 1942: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 October 1942: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 March 1942: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 September 1942: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 December 1942: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 September 1942: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 March 1942: 22.

Wood. “Band Reviews: Stan Kenton Ork.” Variety 25 February 1942: 36.


1943

“15 Bands Get Hollywood $.” Billboard 3 July 1943: 22.

“Ad.” Down Beat 1 January 1943: 17.

“Ad. Up and Coming: Stan Kenton and Ork.” Billboard 19 June 1943: 25.

Adie, Harry. “Chords and Discords. Congrats for Kenton.” Down Beat 15 March 1943: 11.

“Barrie, Kenton Get Strings for Sinatra Date at Dailey’s.” Billboard 3 April 1943: 24.

“Capitol Follows Decca in AFM Fold; Signs New Stars.” Metronome November 1943: 8.

“Capitol Records Signs Two More, Kenton, Miller.” Billboard 6 November 1943: 15.

“Chicago Band Briefs. Kenton’s Doing Aureet.” Down Beat 1 January 1943: 4.

“Costs Kenton $50,000 to Play for Hope.” Down Beat 1 September 1943: 2.

“Dexter Joins Carlos Gastel.” Metronome January 1943: 9.

“Ellington Wins Swing Poll.” Down Beat 1 January 1943: 1, 13-14.

Feole, Mario M. “Chords and Discords. The Kenton Deluge.” Down Beat 1 January 1943: 10-1.

Gayer, Dixon. “Bands Dug by the Beat: Reviewed at the Sherman Hotel, Chicago.” Down Beat 1 January 1943: 4.

---. “Kenton Wrote Entire Library, Then Organized.” Down Beat 1 February 1943: 15.

Grennard, Elliott. “Bands Down to Bedrock.” Billboard 2 January 1943: 47.

Holly, Hal. “Los Angeles Band Briefs.” Down Beat 1 August 1943: 6.

“Hollywood Periscope. Karl George.” Metronome January 1943: 10.

“Hollywood Periscope. Stan Kenton Must Obey Doctor’s Orders.” Metronome October 1943: 18.

“Hollywood Periscope. Stan Kenton’s Palladium Date.” Metronome August 1943: 22.

“Hollywood Periscope: Kenton Shoves Dunham Out of the Palladium.” Metronome January 1943: 26.

Honigberg, Sam. “Follow-Up Reviews. Sherman Hotel, Panther Room, Chicago.” Billboard 8 May 1943: 16.

---. “Vaudeville Reviews. Oriental, Chicago.” Billboard 30 January 1943: 16.

“Kenton Drew Top Crowd for Season at Ritz.” Billboard 3 July 1943: 23.

“Kenton Gets 3 Pictures and a Radio Show.” Down Beat 15 July 1943: 8.

“Kenton Gets Measles.” Metronome March 1943: 24.

“Kenton Has Hope Chest but Will Lose $ on Air.” Billboard 3 July 1943: 23.

“Kenton Lands Hope Air Show, Film Contract.” Billboard 10 July 1943: 22.

“Kenton Style Altered.” Down Beat 1 July 1943: 1.

Ketter, Warren. “Chords and Discords. The Kenton Deluge.” Down Beat 1 January 1943: 11.

Land, R. “Stan’s Stupendous.” Metronome September 1943: 13, 20, 25.

“Leaders Wire Senators Who Took Fast Rap.” Down Beat 15 February 1943: 1,.

McMahon, Bob. “Chords and Discords. The Kenton Deluge.” Down Beat 1 January 1943: 10.

Meehan, Reg. “I’ll Go Back to a Saloon If I Fail, Stan Kenton Says, We May Not Be the Best, but We’re Surely Different.” Down Beat 1 February 1943: 15.

Metcalf, Robert M. “Chords and Discords. The Kenton Deluge.” Down Beat 1 January 1943: 11.

“One-Nights Helping Kenton Get in Black.” Billboard 4 December 1943: 16.

“Orchestra Notes. Stan Kenton.” Billboard 13 February 1943: 23.

“Orchestra Routes.” Billboard 10 July 1943: 26.

Orodenker, Morris H. “Promoting the Personal Appearance.” Billboard Music Yearbook 1943 1943: 126-7.

“Palladium’s Summer Sked Set; Kenton, J. Dorsey Added.” Billboard 22 May 1943: 20.

“Personalities in the News. Violet Kenton.” Metronome November 1943: 11.

“Picture. Stan and Frances Dig the Score.” Down Beat 1 November 1943: 3.

Reller, Walt. “Kenton Revisits St, Louis, Draws Bigger Crowds.” Down Beat 1 February 1943: 9.

Schultheis, Pvt Jack. “Letters to the Editors. Brickbats.” Metronome October 1943: 12.

Simon, George T. “Radio Review. Kenton Went on.” Metronome July 1943: 21.

---. “Radio Review. Stan Kenton, Singer, Brass Right; Emphasis Less So.” Metronome January 1943: 18.

“Stan’s Loss A Gain.” Metronome September 1943: 8.

“This Band Is Center of Hot Controversy.” Down Beat 1 February 1943: 15.

“Tune Town 3 Week’r Brings Top Grosses for Kenton Repeat.” Billboard 10 April 1943: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 October 1943: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 September 1943: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 February 1943: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 December 1943: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 May 1943: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 April 1943: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 May 1943: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 February 1943: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 September 1943: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 October 1943: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 June 1943: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 November 1943: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 August 1943: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 January 1943: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 August 1943: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 March 1943: 22.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 April 1943: 18.


1944

“Ad. Stan Kenton’s Sensational Recording of ‘Do Nothin’ ‘Til You Hear From Me’.” Billboard 29 January 1944: 14.

“Along Melody Row.” Down Beat 1 April 1944: 9.

“Along Melody Row.” Down Beat 15 November 1944: 6.

“Along Melody Row.” Down Beat 1 February 1944: 12.

“Anita O’Day to Kenton.” Metronome May 1944: 11.

“Ballots for BG Accepted Only As ‘Small Unit’!” Down Beat 1 December 1944: 1, 13.

“Band Poll Closes Today. Winners Named January 1st.” Down Beat 15 December 1944: 1, 13.

“Bands in the Movies.” Metronome January 1944: 43.

“‘Beat’ Toasted at Newark Bash.” Down Beat 15 September 1944: 13.

Benny, Milton. “Hollywood Periscope.” Metronome February 1944: 8.

---. “Hollywood Periscope. Former Stan Kenton Trumpeter Marion Childers.” Metronome September 1944: 12.

---. “Hollywood Periscope. Skinnay Ennis Back on Bob Hope’s Program.” Metronome October 1944: 28.

---. “Hollywood Periscope. Stan Kenton Will Do His Utmost.” Metronome May 1944: 14.

Bliss, Helen. “Here’s News Capsule of Highlighted Happenings of Music World in 1943.” Down Beat 1 January 1944: 3.

“Busse, Herman, Kenton Booked for Palladium.” Billboard 22 June 1944: 15.

“Chicago Band Briefs.” Down Beat 1 August 1944: 4.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Metronome November 1944: cover.

“The Cover Is All Stan Kenton’s This Month.” Metronome November 1944: 6.

“Dorris Leaves Sax for Songs.” Down Beat 15 December 1944: 1.

“Dorris Starts Band.” Metronome October 1944: 9.

Dugan, Bill. “The Band Box.” Down Beat 1 October 1944: 15.

“Ellington Takes Early Lead in 1944 Band Poll.” Down Beat 15 November 1944: 1, 13.

Feather, Leonard G, and Barry Ulanov. “Record Review. Harlem Folk Dance / Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me.” Metronome February 1944: 22-3.

Featheringill, Phil. “Chicago Telescope. Jack Fonds, Ex-Stan Kenton Bass Man.” Metronome September 1944: 12.

“Free Two on Weed Charge.” Down Beat 1 April 1944: 6.

“GAC Sets Tour for Stan Kenton.” Billboard 19 February 1944: 14.

“Gastel Signs Up King Cole Trio.” Down Beat 1 March 1944: 6.

“George Explains Sudden Exodus.” Down Beat 1 May 1944: 2.

Holly. “Los Angeles Band Briefs.” Down Beat 15 September 1944: 6.

Holly, Hal. “Los Angeles Band Briefs.” Down Beat 5 August 1944: 6.

---. “Los Angeles Band Briefs.” Down Beat 15 December 1944: 6.

---. “Los Angeles Band Briefs.” Down Beat 15 March 1944: 2.

---. “Los Angeles Band Briefs.” Down Beat 1 May 1944: 6.

“Hollywood Periscope. Jesse Price Was Set As New Drummer with Stan Kenton.” Metronome July 1944: 12.

JAX. “Record Review. And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine / How Many Hearts Have You Broken (Capitol).” Down Beat 1 September 1944: 14.

“Karl George Joins Kenton.” Down Beat 1 January 1944: 1.

“Kenton in Hospital; Ork Fronted by Red Dorris.” Billboard 18 March 1944: 13.

“Kenton Inked to First 3-Weeker.” Down Beat 15 September 1944: 1.

“Kenton Loses Appendix.” Metronome April 1944: 13.

“Kenton Loses Tenor; Adds Anita O’Day.” Down Beat 1 May 1944: 7.

“Kenton Readies for Trek South.” Down Beat 1 March 1944: 1.

“Kenton’s New Vocal Staff.” Down Beat 1 June 1944: 8.

“Kenton South; Takes George.” Metronome March 1944: 10.

“Key Spot Bands.” Down Beat 15 November 1944: 14.

“Key Spot Bands.” Down Beat 15 December 1944: 14.

“Large Bands.” Metronome July 1944: 18.

“Los Angeles Band Briefs.” Down Beat 15 October 1944: 6.

“Los Angeles Band Briefs.” Down Beat 15 June 1944: 6.

“Los Angeles Band Briefs.” Down Beat 1 November 1944: 6.

“Los Angeles Band Briefs.” Down Beat 15 November 1944: 6.

Lucas, John. “Record Review. Eager Beaver / Artistry in Rhythm (Capitol).” Down Beat 15 July 1944: 9.

Lumbard, Gillis. “Letters to the Editors. Stan His Man.” Metronome August 1944: 5.

Manners, Dian. “Men, Maids and Manners.” Down Beat 1 June 1944: 9.

---. “Men, Maids and Manners.” Down Beat 1 February 1944: 9.

---. “Men, Maids and Manners.” Down Beat 15 August 1944: 7.

“Music Pop Chart: Gotta Be Gettin.” Billboard 16 November 1944: 20.

“Nitery Blaze Sizzles George Hudson Band.” Down Beat 1 December 1944: 11.

Oleson, Art. “Omaha Reviewer Sent by Kenton.” Down Beat 15 July 1944: 13.

Orodenker, Morris H. “Music Pop Chart: Her Tears Flowed Like Wine.” Billboard 12 August 1944: 21.

Orodenker, Morris H. “Music Popularity Chart: Gotta Be Gettin / Sweet Dreams, Sweetheart.” Billboard 25 November 1944: 21.

“‘Over 26’ Draft Order to Kepp Orks Together.” Down Beat 1 May 1944: 7.

“Paramount Pays Off Kenton Without Work.” Down Beat 15 August 1944: 15.

“Personalities in the News. Dave Matthews Joins Stan Kenton.” Metronome June 1944: 13.

“Personalities in the News. Stan Kenton.” Metronome November 1944: 12.

“Personalities in the News. Stan Kenton, Now Touring.” Metronome July 1944: 13.

“Picture. Stan Kenton’s Orchestra Is Expected to Cause Plenty of Talk.” Metronome June 1944: 9.

“Picture. Stan Kenton Tells About His Experiences in the South.” Metronome April 1944: 35.

“Picture. These Persons Figured in Recent Music World News!” Down Beat 1 April 1944: 16.

“Polio Keeps Kenton Take to $21,000 in Detroit.” Billboard 30 September 1944: 20.

“Price with Kenton.” Down Beat 1 July 1944: 2.

“Record Review. Artistry in Rhythm / Eager Beaver.” Billboard 1 July 1944: 66.

“Record Review. Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me / Harlem Folk Dance (Capitol).” Down Beat 1 February 1944: 9.

“Record Review. Eager Beaver / Artistry in Rhythm.” Metronome July 1944: 23.

“Record Review. Gotta Be Gettin’ / Sweet Dreams Sweetheart.” Metronome December 1944: 18.

“Record Review. How Many Hearts Have You Broken / And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine.” Metronome September 1944: 20.

“Record Review: Do Nothin’ ‘Till You Hear From Me / Harlem Folk Dance.” Billboard 22 January 1944: 19.

“Richards to Roseland.” Metronome June 1944: 26.

“Show Vs. Kenton in San Diego Terp Spot Compet; Cooley Out!” Billboard 6 November 1944: 20.

Simon, George T. “New York Roundup. Johnny Richards.” Metronome November 1944: 18.

Square, The. “Strictly Ad Lib.” Down Beat 1 July 1944: 5.

“Stan Cans Film Deal.” Metronome September 1944: 10.

“Stan Kenton’s Take From One-Night Biz Up Due to Air Show.” Billboard 1 January 1944: 12.

“Stan Plans Tour with New Stars.” Down Beat 15 May 1944: 1.

Ulanov, Barry. “Stan Kenton. Blowing of Tenor: Tenor of Showing.” Metronome April 1944: 34.

---. “Stan Kenton. Holiday for Brass.” Metronome October 1944: 30.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 July 1944: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 January 1944: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 January 1944: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 September 1944: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 August 1944: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 June 1944: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 January 1944: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 October 1944: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 July 1944: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 June 1944: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 December 1944: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 November 1944: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 November 1944: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 February 1944: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 October 1944: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 August 1944: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 September 1944: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 December 1944: 14.

“Your Kiss Autograph (Dolly Mitchell).” Down Beat 15 March 1944: 2.


1945

Abbott, Sam. “Vaudeville Reviews. Orpehum, Los Angeles.” Billboard 20 January 1945: 25.

---. “Vaudeville Reviews. Orpheum, Los Angeles.” Billboard 20 January 1945: 25.

“Ad. Artistry in Rhythm.” Metronome September 1945: 9.

“Ad. Kenton on Capitol.” Billboard 27 January 1945: 15.

“Ad. Stan Kenton’s Southern Scandal.” Billboard 6 October 1945: 23.

Benny, Milton. “Hollywood Periscope. And What’s This About Anita O’Day.” Metronome February 1945: 11.

---. “Hollywood Periscope. Anita O’Day Returned to L.A. Unexpectedly.” Metronome March 1945: 11.

---. “Hollywood Periscope. The Palladium.” Metronome October 1945: 13.

“Big N.Y. Breaks for Kenton.” Metronome June 1945: 9.

“Capitol B-R’s Own Artists Publs.” Billboard 29 December 1945: 16.

“Cap Records Going All Out for Artistry Jumps.” Billboard 29 December 1945: 16.

“Carle Opening Night Delayed, Kenton Holds.” Down Beat 1 November 1945: 1.

“Cover. Jazz Looks Ahead. Stan Kenton et al.” Metronome October 1945: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Billboard 8 September 1945: 1.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Capitol News September 1945: cover.

“Detroit Spot Gets Remotes.” Billboard 23 June 1945: 16.

Dexter Jr, Dave. “East Is East: Stan Kenton at the Pennsylvania.” Metronome November 1945: 24, 47.

---. “Kenton Solid Click on First NYC Hotel Date.” Down Beat 15 September 1945: 2.

Ehrlich, Evelyn. “Kenton Almost Hit Top with First Band.” Down Beat 1 June 1945: 4.

“Everybody’s Air-minded but Vido, It Seems!” Down Beat 15 December 1945: 13.

Feather, Leonard G. “Stage Show Reviews. Stan Kenton–Louis Jordan.” Metronome August 1945: 26.

Featheringill, Phil. “Chicago Telescope. As a Fitting Climax.” Metronome April 1945: n. pag.

---. “Chicago Telescope. Stan Kenton Opens.” Metronome May 1945: 10.

“Flash. Dolly Mitchell.” Metronome February 1945: 8.

“Flash. Dolly Mitchell.” Metronome April 1945: 8.

“Flash. Ed Safranski.” Metronome September 1945: 10.

“From C-to-C with Kenton.” Billboard 20 October 1945: 17.

Haynes, Don. “Record Review. Diggin’ the Discs with Don. Southern Scandal / Tampico.” Down Beat 15 July 1945: 8.

“Herd Still Tops, TD Takes Edge in Sweet Bands.” Down Beat 15 December 1945: 1, 17.

“Herman Herd Gets Off with Amazing Lead.” Down Beat 15 November 1945: 1, 13.

Holly, Hal. “Los Angeles Band Briefs.” Down Beat 1 April 1945: 6.

“June Christy—Hip, Handsome.” Metronome September 1945: 12.

“June in Miami.” Metronome July 1945: n. pag.

Kachalia, Johnnie. “Chords and Discords. Brown, Kenton Raves.” Down Beat 15 September 1945: 10.

“Kenton & Kress Dig Arrangement.” Down Beat 15 December 1945: 14.

“Kenton Awaits A.F.M. Decision.” Down Beat 15 August 1945: 2.

“Kenton Capitol Date Nixed.” Down Beat 15 February 1945: 1.

“Kenton Crew Proves Air Jumps Are Plenty Okay for Quickies.” Billboard 3 November 1945: 3, 18.

“Kenton Crew Rides ‘45 Gravy Train.” Capitol News September 1945: 3.

“Kenton Gets Pic.” Down Beat 15 November 1945: 1.

“Kenton Plagued by Bad Breaks.” Down Beat 15 August 1945: 2.

“Kenton Revolts Against Loss at LA Palladium.” Down Beat 1 August 1945: 1.

“Kenton Sets Pla-Mor Top.” Billboard 3 November 1945: 39.

“Kenton Shoots Works on Coast.” Down Beat 1 November 1945: 1.

“Kenton Vocalist June Christy Previews New Summer Beach Wear.” Down Beat 1 June 1945: 2.

“Kenton Wins in Salary Dispute.” Down Beat 1 September 1945: 1.

Land, R. “Radio Reviews. Stan–He Ran.” Metronome December 1945: 50.

Lippmann, Horst. “Letzte Neuheiten. Das Beste Orchester.” Die Jazz-Club News December 1945: 17.

---. “Letzte Neuheiten. Stan Kenton Hat Schwierigkeiten.” Die Jazz-Club News December 1945: 13.

Lucas, John. “Record Review. Gotta Be Gettin’ / Sweet Dreams Sweetheart.” Down Beat 1 January 1945: 8.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton Ork Does Four Numbers in Duchess of Broadway.” Billboard 15 December 1945: 20.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton Recorded His Artistry Jumps and Settin’ and Rockin’, with June Christy’s Vocal, for Capitol Last Week.” Billboard 3 November 1945: 22.

“Orks Losing $$, Breaking Even on Dates Shouldn’t Pay Commish, Says Broker.” Billboard 8 September 1945: 18.

Orodenker, Morris H. “Record Review: Tampico / Southern Scandal.” Billboard 14 July 1945: 66.

Pease, Sharon A. “Kenton Uses Ork as Medium for His Unique Ideas.” Down Beat 1 June 1945: 12.

“Personalities. Stan Kenton.” Metronome August 1945: 24.

“Personalities. Stan Kenton Starts Another Cross-Country Tour.” Metronome January 1945: 37.

“Picture. New Star with the Stan Kenton Band.” Metronome December 1945: 51.

“Ralph Collier Joins Kenton at Penn Hotel.” Down Beat 1 October 1945: 1.

Ralza, Pfc. James C. “Chords and Discords. Kenton Tops.” Down Beat 1 June 1945: 10.

“Record Review. Are You Livin’ Old Man / Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye.” Metronome March 1945: 19.

“Record Review. Artistry Jumps / Just A-Sittin’ and A-Rockin’.” Billboard 29 December 1945: 29.

“Record Review. It’s Been a Long, Long Time / Don’t Let Me Dream.” Metronome October 1945: 32.

“Record Review. Tampico / Southern Scandal.” Metronome August 1945: 16.

“Record Review: It’s Been a Long, Long Time / Don’t Let Me Dream.” Billboard 27 January 1945: 82.

“Safranski Stays with Kenton; Matthews In.” Down Beat 15 October 1945: 1.

Secon, Paul. “On the Stand. Cafe Rouge, Hotel Pennsylvania.” Billboard 29 September 1945: 22.

“Spivak Gets Crown From TD, Duke Wins, Bing Is New Voice.” Down Beat 1 January 1945: 1, 13.

“Stampeding Herd Holds Poll Margin.” Down Beat 1 December 1945: 1, 17.

“Stan, Carlos Take Flyer in Flour.” Metronome March 1945: 10.

“Stan Kenton. Camp and Campus Call Him Coming Topper.” Billboard 8 September 1945: 17.

“Stan Kenton Breaks Record.” Down Beat 15 December 1945: 2.

“Stan Kenton Camp & Campus Call Him Coming Topper.” Billboard 27 January 1945: 15.

“Stan Kenton Palladium Paper May Go to Prexy Petrillo; No Like Digging in Pocket.” Billboard 21 July 1945: 15.

“Stan Kenton Set for 4 Top Dates.” Billboard 24 March 1945: 14.

TAC. “Bands Dug by the Beat. Stan Kenton & Louis Jordan.” Down Beat 1 August 1945: 11.

Ulanov, Barry. “Stan Kenton: Adventuresome Outfit Rates B Plus Musically, 2 Commercially.” Metronome October 1945: 16, 51.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 June 1945: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 September 1945: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 October 1945: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 November 1945: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 January 1945: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 May 1945: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 March 1945: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 August 1945: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 August 1945: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 July 1945: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 February 1945: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 October 1945: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 May 1945: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 September 1945: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 February 1945: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 January 1945: 14.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 December 1945: 14.

“Who’s Who and Where. Stan Kenton.” Metronome August 1945: 10.

“Who’s Who and Where. Stan Kenton.” Metronome October 1945: 49.

“Who’s Who and Where. Stan Kenton.” Metronome November 1945: 44.

“Who’s Who and Where: Stan Kenton.” Metronome December 1945: 49.

“Who’s Who and Where and Why. Stan Kenton.” Metronome September 1945: 16.


1946

“2d Take, 1st Hero.” Billboard 16 February 1946: 45.

“Ad. Sheldon Manne. Gretsch.” Metronome September 1946: 3.

“Ad. Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 25 February 1946: 20.

“Ad. Stan Kenton’s Radio-Record Hits Arranged for Orchestra.” Metronome April 1946: 37.

“Avodon Drops Kenton, Tries Basie; Podium Still Pays Big.” Billboard 14 December 1946: 20.

“Barnet, Kenton First Yank Orks to Play Hawaii.” Billboard 12 October 1946: 15.

“Business Fair, Kenton Leads.” Metronome December 1946: 58.

“Capitol Records Ad.” Down Beat 14 January 1946: 13.

“Chicago Band Briefs.” Down Beat 8 April 1946: 4.

“Concerts and Artistry Album for Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 9 September 1946: 16.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Capitol News December 1946: 2.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Capitol News December 1946: cover.

“Cover Picture. June Christy and Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 1 January 1946: cover.

“Dates in East Upset Kenton Disc Schedule.” Down Beat 1 July 1946: 12.

Downy, Mary E. “Chords and Discords. No Easy Road Going Up.” Down Beat 29 July 1946: 19.

Egan, Jack. “This Guy Manne Must Be Solid, Egan Finds.” Down Beat 23 September 1946: 15.

EVE. “Kenton Crew Worth a Long Trip Anytime.” Down Beat 11 March 1946: 5.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. Dave Tough.” Metronome December 1946: 33, 50.

---. “New York Roundup. Stan Kenton.” Metronome March 1946: 17.

Featheringill, Phil. “Chicago Telescope. Rainbow Gardens.” Metronome April 1946: 41.

“Flash. Stan Kenton.” Metronome July 1946: 12.

Gottlieb, Bill. “Posin’.” Down Beat 4 November 1946: 3.

“Havoc in Rhythm.” Billboard 8 June 1946: 34.

Haynes, Don. “Record Review. Diggin’ the Discs with Don. Artistry Jumps / Just Sittin’ and A-Rockin’.” Down Beat 1 January 1946: 8.

“Hefti Fills in with Kenton.” Down Beat 4 November 1946: 1.

“Herb Jeffries to Join Stan Kenton As Warbler.” Billboard 14 December 1946: 35.

Holly, Hal. “Los Angeles Band Briefs.” Down Beat 14 January 1946: 6.

---. “Los Angeles Band Briefs.” Down Beat 26 August 1946: 6.

Hudec, Cpl. Frank, and Cpl. Buddy Bordelon. “Chords and Discords. Watch Kenton in ‘46.” Down Beat 3 June 1946: 10.

“In Short. Stan Kenton Broke All Attendance Records During His Week at Tune Town.” Billboard 18 May 1946: 49.

“June Christy Leaving Stan.” Down Beat 16 December 1946: 1.

“June Christy to Wax Transcription Jazz.” Down Beat 29 July 1946: 2.

“June Christy Wakes Up and Finds Herself Singing.” Down Beat 6 May 1946: 3.

“Kenton $4,456, Ritz Record.” Billboard 6 April 1946: 39.

“Kenton, Cole Trio and Murray Para Date Moved.” Billboard 5 October 1946: 35.

“Kenton, Duke Taking Honors in ‘Beat’ Poll.” Down Beat 2 December 1946: 1, 17.

“Kenton, Power Plant Give Rainbo Hot 13G.” Billboard 18 May 1946: 47.

“Kenton Adds Fifth Tram.” Down Beat 18 November 1946: 1.

“Kenton and Cole Have Own Pub Firms.” Billboard 14 September 1946: 15.

“Kenton and Cole Near Radio Deal.” Down Beat 28 January 1946: 2.

“Kenton Band Has Many New Faces.” Capitol News March 1946: 4.

“Kenton-Cole Show in NYC.” Down Beat 21 October 1946: 16.

“Kenton Draws Big Biz in Salt Lake.” Down Beat 25 February 1946: 15.

“Kenton Makes Change As Band Moves East.” Down Beat 11 February 1946: 21.

“Kenton’s Year.” Down Beat 14 January 1946: 6.

“Kenton to Guest.” Down Beat 12 August 1946: 7.

Laughlin, Bob. “Hollywood Periscope. The Hollywood Scene.” Metronome April 1946: 39.

---. “Hollywood Roundup. Johnny Richards.” Metronome July 1946: 44.

---. “Hollywood Roundup. Stan Kenton.” Metronome August 1946: 46.

Levin, Michael. “Record Review. Artistry in Boogie / Rika-Jika-Jack.” Down Beat 12 August 1946: 16.

---. “Record Review. Artistry in Rhythm.” Down Beat 16 December 1946: 18-9.

---. “Record Review. Intermission Riff / It’s A Pity to Say Goodnight.” Down Beat 4 November 1946: 19.

---. “Record Review. Painted Rhythm / Four Months, Three Weeks, Two Days, One Hour Blues.” Down Beat 20 May 1946: 16.

Levy, Edward. “Letters to the Editors. Objectification Sustained.” Metronome February 1946: 6.

Lumbard, Gillis. “Letters to the Editors. Check Kenton, Uncheck Herman .” Metronome October 1946: 6.

Manners, Fred. “Chords and Discords. Musical Revolution.” Down Beat 1 July 1946: 10.

“Movie Machine Reviews. Reed Rapture.” Billboard 29 June 1946: 38.

“Movie Machine Reviews. Stan Kenton and His Orchestra Play the Hit Parader, I’m Homesick That’s All.” Billboard 9 February 1946: 91.

“Music As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard 29 June 1946: 24.

“Music As Written. June Christy, Stan Kenton Ork Chirp, Celebrated Her First Anniversary with the Kenton Band Recently.” Billboard 20 April 1946: 27.

“Music As Written. New York.” Billboard 9 March 1946: 22.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton Added Fifth Trombone to Ork, Skip Layton.” Billboard 9 November 1946: 20.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton and Frau Mexico City Vacationing.” Billboard 15 June 1946: 34.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton Band’s Eastern Booking Being Juggled.” Billboard 24 August 1946: 22.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton Doing Biggest Biz at Meadowbrook Since Benny Goodman.” Billboard 27 July 1946: 22.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton Has Cancelled Its Engagement at Pennsylvania Hotel New York.” Billboard 18 May 1946: 26.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton Is Having Trouble Finding a Skin-man Who Can Supply the Drum Drive Need by the Ork.” Billboard 16 February 1946: 27.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton Ork Set for One-Week Theater Stints.” Billboard 7 December 1946: 18.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton Pared to a Mere Nine Brass. Trombonist Gene Roland Leaving to Concentrate on Arranging.” Billboard 23 March 1946: 24.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton Practically Set for Orpheum August 6.” Billboard 8 June 1946: 24.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton’s Ork Heading Eastward Via One-Nighters.” Billboard 26 January 1946: 21.

“Mussilli with Stan.” Down Beat 29 July 1946: 17.

“Musso Leaves Kenton for His Own Ork.” Billboard 17 August 1946: 16.

Myers, Don. “Chicago Band Briefs.” Down Beat 20 May 1946: n. pag.

“Night Clubs-Vaude Grosses. New York.” Billboard 7 December 1946: 41.

“Off the Cuff.” Capitol News December 1946: 4.

“On the Stand. Frank Dailey’s Meadowbrook.” Billboard 9 March 1946: 36.

“Ork “Tests” Show Remotes Are More Useless Than Ever.” Billboard 30 March 1946: 19, 25.

“Perry Beats Kenton Drums.” Down Beat 25 February 1946: 1.

“Picture. Meet the Mrs. Kenton!” Down Beat 25 February 1946: 2.

“Picture. Stan Greets English Leader.” Down Beat 18 November 1946: 2.

“Picture. Talking About Kenton, Natch!” Down Beat 7 October 1946: 20.

“Record News. Capitol.” Metronome February 1946: 40.

“Record Review. Artistry in Boogie / Rika, Jika Jack.” Metronome September 1946: 34.

“Record Review. Artistry in Boogie / Rika, Jika Jack.” Billboard 29 June 1946: 38.

“Record Review. Four Months, Three Weeks, Two Days, One Hour Blues / Painted Rhythm.” Metronome June 1946: 24.

“Record Review. I Been Down in Texas / Shoo Fly Pie.” Metronome March 1946: 28.

“Record Review. I Been Down in Texas / Shoo Fly Pie.” Billboard 16 February 1946: 37.

“Record Review. It’s A Pity to Say Goodnight / Intermission Riff.” Metronome December 1946: 36.

“Record Review. Just A-Sittin’ and A-Rockin’ / Artistry Jumps.” Metronome January 1946: 38.

“Record Review: Painted Rhythm / Four Months, Three Weeks, Two Days, One Hour Blues.” Billboard 11 May 1946: 33.

“Records of the Year. Are You Livin’ Old Man.” Metronome January 1946: 31.

“Red Saunders May Be Collier Replacement.” Down Beat 14 January 1946: 9.

Reynolds, Dick. “Chords and Discords. Coming to the Top.” Down Beat 25 February 1946: 10.

Rios, Armando G. “Pop-Offs. Cuban Kenton Fantastic.” Capitol News December 1946: 2.

“Safranski’s Wax Dates.” Down Beat 1 January 1946: 9.

“Shelly Manne Joins Kenton.” Down Beat 11 March 1946: 2.

“Sidemen Switches.” Down Beat 12 August 1946: 14.

“Sidemen Switches.” Down Beat 1 July 1946: 4.

Simon, George T. “Stage Show Reviews. Kenton–Cole. Stan Standard, Nat Natty.” Metronome December 1946: 45, 47.

“Sincere Sounds.” Time 23 December 1946: 73.

“Stan Cancels Eastern Dates.” Down Beat 3 June 1946: 23.

“Stan Has Name but No Group.” Down Beat 2 December 1946: 1.

“Stan Kenton Alterations.” Billboard 2 February 1946: 13.

“Stan Kenton Busts All Pla-Mor Marks.” Billboard 8 June 1946: 40.

“Stan Kenton Ork Does One-Niters.” Capitol News February 1946: 12.

“Stan Kenton Preps Trip to Coast with New Tubs.” Capitol News April 1946: 3.

“Stan Kenton Scores Again: Painted Rhythm.” Billboard 27 April 1946: 29.

“Sugar Chile Sockin’ to 35G at Million $; Kenton Dips to 21G.” Billboard 24 August 1946: 42.

Taylor, Randall L. “Chords and Discords. Too Much, Too Much.” Down Beat 2 December 1946: 10.

“Thornhill and Kenton Ahead, Ellington Close.” Down Beat 16 December 1946: 1, 21.

“Three Arrangers in Huddle.” Down Beat 12 August 1946: 7.

Ulanov, Barry, George T Simon, and Leonard G Feather. “Record Reviews. History of Jazz IV. Balboa.” Metronome January 1946: 37-8.

“Vaudeville Reviews. Orpheum, Los Angeles.” Billboard 26 January 1946: 37.

“Vido Musso Into Meadowbrook; Coast Biz Way Off.” Down Beat 4 November 1946: 6.

“Vido Musso to Have Own Band.” Down Beat 12 August 1946: 1.

“Welcome Musso Back to Fold.” Down Beat 21 October 1946: 1.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 25 February 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 21 October 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 11 March 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 2 December 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 28 January 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 16 December 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 29 July 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 14 January 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 11 February 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 26 August 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 18 November 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 20 May 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 17 June 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 July 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 12 August 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 4 November 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 22 April 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 8 April 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 25 March 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 3 June 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 July 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 7 October 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 23 September 1946: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 6 May 1946: 18.

“While Strolling Thru the Park.” Billboard 24 August 1946: 84.

“Who Dat. Shirley Luster.” Down Beat 1 July 1946: 5.

“Who’s Who and When and Where. Stan Kenton.” Metronome April 1946: 14.

“Who’s Who and When and Where. Stan Kenton.” Metronome May 1946: 12.

“Who’s Who and When and Where. Stan Kenton.” Metronome March 1946: 12.

“Who’s Who and When and Where. Stan Kenton.” Metronome August 1946: 14.

“Who’s Who and Where and When. Stan Kenton.” Metronome January 1946: 18.

“Who’s Who and Where and When. Stan Kenton.” Metronome February 1946: 12.

“Woody & TD Win, Ten New All-Stars.” Down Beat 1 January 1946: 1, 5, 16-7.


1947

““To Each” Tops “Heartaches” As Spinner Disk.” Billboard 2 August 1947: 18.

“Ad. Dexter’s “Jazz Cavalcade” Rates Raves!” Metronome January 1947: 51.

“Ad. Kenton Back with A Bang.” Down Beat 24 September 1947: 6.

“Ad. Kenton Back with A Bang.” Metronome October 1947: 49.

“Ad. Stan Kenton and Capitol Stars.” Metronome January 1947: 14.

“Ad. Stan Kenton and Shelly Manne.” Metronome January 1947: 4.

“Ad. Times Square Music Company.” Down Beat 10 September 1947: 13.

“Band of the Year. Stan Kenton.” Metronome January 1947: 17-19, 44-46.

“Capitol Songs Buys ‘Alamo’ From Leslie.” Billboard 7 June 1947: 20.

Christy, June. “Chords and Discords. Help Young Musicians Stay Straight! – Christy.” Down Beat 16 July 1947: 8.

“Christy, Manne to Rejoin Kenton.” Down Beat 27 August 1947: 1.

“Cover. June Christy.” Down Beat 15 January 1947: cover.

“Cover. Shelly Manne.” Down Beat 4 June 1947: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Metronome January 1947: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 24 September 1947: cover.

“Disk Jockeys Tell Platter Makers What Is Needed.” Billboard 9 August 1947: 39.

“Duke Sweeps Band Poll; Wins Swing and Sweet Titles.” Down Beat 1 January 1947: 1, 20-1.

“Eberle for Kenton May 16 at M’brook.” Billboard 3 May 1947: 36.

“Eberle for Kenton May 16 at M’Brook.” Billboard 3 May 1947: 36.

Emge, Charles. “Avodon Biz Bad, Cut to Three Nights Weekly.” Down Beat 12 March 1947: 14.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. Ah, Bitterness [Chubby Jackson] .” Metronome December 1947: 20, 42.

Feather, Leonard G, and George T Simon. “Record Review. Artistry in Rhythm.” Metronome January 1947: 35.

“First Annual Jockey Poll; Howard, Stan Win Jock Plaudits.” Billboard 2 August 1947: 19.

“GAC Lines Up Summer Spots.” Down Beat 26 March 1947: 5.

“Gastel, Kenton, Cole, Due to Switch From Capitol Pub to B-VH Selling, Agent Deal.” Billboard 13 December 1947: 18+.

Gleason, Ralph J. “Artistry Jumps with ‘Greatest’ Rhythm Section.” Down Beat 22 October 1947: 3.

---. “Jordan Outdraws Stan, Woody, in Bay Bash.” Down Beat 3 December 1947: 7.

Gottlieb, Bill. “Posin’. Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 12 February 1947: 3.

---. “Swing Sessions. Kenton’s Good, but He Came Up Too Late.” The Washington Post 21 December 1947: L5.

Greenberg, Barry. “Chords and Discords. Oh, We Guessed!” Down Beat 15 January 1947: 10.

Guerra, Lorrie. “Chords and Discords. Thanks to Christy.” Down Beat 10 September 1947: 19.

Hall, Fred M. “Typical Jock Aids Artists, Influences Sales & Tastes.” Down Beat 22 October 1947: 22.

Hallock, Ted. “‘World Needs Strong Music!’ Cries Kenton, ‘So Let ‘Em Have It!’.” Down Beat 19 November 1947: 1, 7.

“Happy Days, Yes, but Much Ahead!” Down Beat 27 August 1947: 10.

Hemphill, Bill. “Chords and Discords. Musso Snubbed?” Down Beat 15 January 1947: 10.

Holly, Hal. “Los Angeles Band Briefs.” Down Beat 29 January 1947: 6.

“Honor Roll of Hits. Across the Alley From the Alamo.” Billboard 2 August 1947: 24.

Hutcheson, Gordon. “Letters to the Editors. Amen.” Metronome April 1947: 47.

Janke, Curtis D. “Chords and Discords. Arranger Calls Kenton Banal, A False Prophet.” Down Beat 17 December 1947: 10-1.

Jeffries, Herb. “Chords and Discords. A Note From Herb.” Down Beat 29 January 1947: 10.

“June Christy Seems Lost to Stan Kenton.” Billboard 19 July 1947: 22.

“June Christy Set for Bocage.” Down Beat 7 May 1947: 1.

“Karle and Cahn to Run Carlos Gastel’s Stable.” Billboard 9 August 1947: 20.

“Kenton 4 1/2 G Despite Sleet.” Billboard 11 January 1947: 38.

“Kenton All-Stars at Sherman.” Down Beat 4 June 1947: 1.

“Kenton Back Front in Fall.” Billboard 2 August 1947: 21.

“Kenton Back to Palladium Spot.” Down Beat 1 January 1947: 8.

“Kenton Balboa High.” Billboard 11 October 1947: 40.

“Kenton Comes Back.” Metronome November 1947: 16-7.

“Kenton Crack-Up Sicks.” Billboard 26 April 1947: 19.

“Kenton Crew on Back-Breaking Trek.” Down Beat 12 March 1947: 6.

“Kenton Enigma Settled with Avodon Inking.” Billboard 18 January 1947: 14.

“Kenton Flays Air Minded Ops As Evil.” Down Beat 9 April 1947: 13.

“Kenton Gets Record 5G at Chi Pershing.” Billboard 8 February 1947: 14.

“Kenton Goes 50% Commercial on Wax.” Billboard 11 January 1947: 36.

“Kenton Holds Lead As the Poll Enters Stretch.” Down Beat 17 December 1947: 1,12-3.

“Kenton Kapers.” Metronome February 1947: 49.

“Kenton Kats Go Krazy.” Down Beat 31 December 1947: 18.

“Kenton Leaves Coast for Texas.” Capitol News April 1947: 5.

“Kenton Lends Spencer Band Helping Hand.” Down Beat 26 March 1947: 9.

“Kenton Men for Hotel Tenor Band.” Down Beat 30 July 1947: 1.

“Kenton Relaxing on Ranch, No Plans.” Down Beat 21 May 1947: 6.

“Kenton Runs Away with Strong Early Lead in Band Poll.” Down Beat 3 December 1947: 1, 18.

“Kenton-Salmon Suit Moves Over to AFM.” Billboard 15 February 1947: 30.

“Kenton Starts This Week at Balboa.” Down Beat 24 September 1947: 1.

“Kenton Tries Recording in East Studios.” Down Beat 15 January 1947: 1.

Keynoters, The. “Chords and Discords. Duke Slips; Stan Tops.” Down Beat 5 November 1947: 10.

Levin, Michael. “Kenton Crew Pours New Life Into Town at Commodore.” Down Beat 17 December 1947: 2.

---. “Kenton’s Popularity No Accident, His P.A. Proves.” Down Beat 1 January 1947: 15.

---. “Record Review. Collaboration / Machito.” Down Beat 21 May 1947: 18.

---. “Record Review. Concerto to End All Concertos (Parts I and II).” Down Beat 26 March 1947: 19.

---. “Record Review. His Feet Too Big for De Bed / After You.” Down Beat 26 February 1947: 18.

---. “Record Review. Minor Riff / Down in Chihuahua.” Down Beat 3 December 1947: 15.

---. “Record Review. Theme to the West / Curiosity / Unison Riff / I Told Ya I Love Ya.” Down Beat 31 December 1947: 15.

Mainzer, Lamonte. “Letters to the Editors. Pity the Poor Listener.” Metronome March 1947: 46.

“Meadowbrook-Para Sked Jam Snags Kenton.” Billboard 20 December 1947: 20.

Merrill, Warren. “Chords and Discords. Changing the Tone.” Down Beat 17 December 1947: 11.

“Metronome Poll Winners.” Metronome February 1947: 8.

“Music As Written.” Billboard 25 January 1947: 30.

“Music As Written. Addition of Vocal Group, the Pastels, to Stan Kenton Ork, Has Brought Ork’s Payroll Up to $7,250 Per Week .” Billboard 11 January 1947: 16.

Nesbitt, Sheila. “Chords and Discords. Sordid or Great?” Down Beat 29 January 1947: 10.

NEW. “Kenton Defies Doctors, to Work.” Down Beat 23 April 1947: 1.

“Norman Stages Kenton Concert.” Down Beat 5 November 1947: 8.

“On the Stand. Avalon Ballroom.” Billboard 8 March 1947: 33.

“On the Stand. Stan Kenton. Balboa Beach Rendezvous Ballroom.” Billboard 11 October 1947: 23.

Pease, Sharon A. “Rugolo, Coeds, Studied Under Darius Milhaud.” Down Beat 3 December 1947: 12.

“Picture. Hucksters Do ‘The Happy Blues’.” Down Beat 13 August 1947: 1.

“Picture. Kenton Krew Kuts A Few.” Down Beat 29 January 1947: 1.

“Picture. Kenton’s Trams Get Thirsty.” Down Beat 1 January 1947: 15.

“Picture. Mapping Kenton Concert Tour.” Down Beat 27 August 1947: 9.

“Picture. Mel Torme and Stan Kenton.” Metronome October 1947: 47.

“Picture. Stan, Charlie Greet Their Claques at NY Openings.” Down Beat 17 December 1947: 2.

“Picture. Stan and Vido Offer Suggestion.” Down Beat 7 May 1947: 15.

“Picture. Stan Kenton, Pete Rugolo and Shelly Manne.” Metronome April 1947: 27.

“Picture. Stan Kenton and the Pastels.” Metronome March 1947: 7.

“Picture. Stan Kenton Busses Woody Herman.” Metronome April 1947: 25.

“Picture. Vido Musso and Boots Mussulli.” Metronome October 1947: 23.

“Picture. Wonder What He’s Selling.” Down Beat 19 November 1947: 1.

“Point and Counterpoint. Deluge Dept.” Metronome May 1947: 6.

“Point and Counterpoint. Deluge Dept. (Reverse Ed.).” Metronome September 1947: 6.

“Rah-Rah Sets Music Picks; Introes Kenton As Ork Fave.” Billboard 12 July 1947: 3, 17.

“Rebuilt Kenton Ork to Have La Christy Back As Songstress.” Billboard 16 August 1947: 21.

“Record Possibilities: His Feet Too Big for De Bed / After All.” Billboard 1947: n. pag.

“Record Review. Across the Alley From the Alamo / There Is No Greater Love.” Billboard 3 May 1947: 133-4.

“Record Review. Across the Alley From the Alamo / There Is No Greater Love.” Metronome June 1947: 28.

“Record Review. After You / His Feet Too Big for De Bed.” Metronome April 1947: 25.

“Record Review. Artistry in Rhythm.” Billboard 25 January 1947: 112.

“Record Review. Collaboration / Machito.” Metronome July 1947: 25.

“Record Review. Concerto to End All Concertos.” Metronome May 1947: 30, 32.

“Record Review. Down in Chihuahua / Minor Riff.” Metronome October 1947: 24.

“Record Review. Hollywood Hucksters: Happy Blues / Them There Eyes.” Metronome October 1947: 23.

“Record Review. Theme to the West / Curiosity.” Metronome December 1947: 46.

“Record Review: Down in Chihuahua / Minor Riff.” Billboard 16 August 1947: 32.

“Record Review: Machito / Collaboration (Capitol 408).” Billboard 31 May 1947: 31.

“Record Review: The Hollywood Hucksters.” Billboard 9 August 1947: 136.

“Records of the Year. Just a Sittin’ and a Rockin’ / Artistry Jumps / Intermission Riff.” Metronome January 1947: 29.

Ronan, Eddie. “June Christy to Stick; Jeffries Won’t Join Stan.” Down Beat 1 January 1947: 7.

---. “Kenton Forced to Play Avodon Date.” Down Beat 29 January 1947: 6.

---. “‘Kenton Will Broadcast!’ Dailey Avers.” Down Beat 26 March 1947: 3.

---. “Stan Kenton Tells Avodon to Kill Airtime.” Down Beat 12 February 1947: 1.

Ronan, Eddie, and Don Haynes. “Kenton to Rebuild Band on Coast. Rehearsals Begin Sept. 15, Several Stars Won’t Return.” Down Beat 13 August 1947: 1.

“Rugged Rugolo.” Metronome April 1947: 27, 46.

“Sidelights on Kenton’s Commodore Hotel Debut.” Down Beat 17 December 1947: 2.

“Spinners Pick Winners in BB’s.” Billboard 2 August 1947: 3, 18.

“Stan, Duke, Hampton Tops.” Down Beat 31 December 1947: 1, 12-3.

“Stan, McKinley, Ellington, Dizzy Leaders in Poll.” Down Beat 19 November 1947: 1, 18.

“Stan Kenton Set for East.” Down Beat 13 August 1947: 2.

“Stan Throws in the Towel, Busts Ork.” Down Beat 7 May 1947: 2.

TED. “Russo Concert Raeburn-like.” Down Beat 17 December 1947: 7.

“Topper!” Down Beat 26 February 1947: 1.

“Vido’s Finances Cleared, on Own.” Down Beat 1 January 1947: 7.

Weaver, Mrs J Robert D. “Chords and Discords. Kenton Fighting Himself.” Down Beat 17 December 1947: 11.

“Wetzel’s Wife Dies.” Down Beat 18 June 1947: 1.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 January 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 3 December 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 29 January 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 23 April 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 12 February 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 10 September 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 17 December 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 31 December 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 27 August 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 26 February 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 9 April 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 5 November 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 19 November 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 24 September 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 26 March 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 January 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 22 October 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 8 October 1947: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 12 March 1947: 18.


1948

“15,000 Pack Bowl to Dig Kenton Bash.” Down Beat 28 July 1948: 1.

“Across the Palm-Alo.” Billboard 10 January 1948: 31.

“Ad. An Open Letter From Frank Palumbo to Stan Kenton.” Billboard 14 February 1948: 21.

“Ad. Galveston Island Crowns.” Down Beat 3 November 1948: 3.

“Ad. Kentonite Switches to Vega.” Down Beat 17 November 1948: 17.

“Ad. Kentonite Switches to Vega. Stan Kenton and Laurindo Almeida.” Metronome December 1948: 7.

“Ad. Leslie Music Corp.” Down Beat 20 October 1948: 11.

“Ad. Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 28 January 1948: 5.

“Ad. Stan Kenton and His Orchestra in Concert of Progressive Jazz Sold Out.” Billboard 6 March 1948: 17.

“All Stars Record Again.” Metronome February 1948: 19.

Angelini, Lillian. “Chords and Discords. Kenton A Pioneer.” Down Beat 24 March 1948: 10.

“Atlantic Waxes Kentonites.” Down Beat 11 February 1948: 14.

“Backstage with Nat.” Metronome August 1948: 9-10, 25.

Barron, Ray. “Down Beat’s Hub Namesake Promotes Jazz.” Down Beat 11 February 1948: 15.

“Beat to Present Kenton in Chi. Concert February 22.” Down Beat 11 February 1948: 1.

“B’way - Capitol, Det., Set on Flesh Policy; Heidt After Kenton.” Billboard 8 May 1948: 45.

Clark, Clyde. “Chords and Discords. Dixie Not Dying.” Down Beat 28 January 1948: 10.

Clark, Dave. “Chords and Discords. All So Confusing!” Down Beat 5 May 1948: 10.

“Col. Asks 1C LP Royalty.” Billboard 19 June 1948: 17.

“Cole-Kenton Team.” Down Beat 7 April 1948: 5.

“Cole Names 10 Most Hip Men.” Down Beat 14 January 1948: 9.

“Concertizing Kenton.” Newsweek 1 March 1948: 74.

“Cover. Shelly Manne & Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 15 December 1948: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Metronome April 1948: cover.

Cramton, Lou. “Kenton-Cole Team Draws Detroiters.” Down Beat 2 June 1948: 6.

“Current Kenton Ork Box Score.” Down Beat 5 May 1948: 1.

Delvin, I W. “Chords and Discords. Where Would He Be?” Down Beat 5 May 1948: 10.

Edge, Ernie. “Chords and Discords. He’s Had Enough.” Down Beat 28 January 1948: 10.

Egan, Jack. “Kenton for Bowl, Shelly Quits Ork.” Down Beat 7 April 1948: 1.

---. “Kenton Plan Seeks Spots Exclusively for Modern Jazz.” Down Beat 15 December 1948: 1, 5.

---. “‘Stan Neurotic’ - Scott; Ray Tabs Kenton Ork ‘Ugly, Yelling Outfit’.” Down Beat 28 January 1948: 3.

Emge, Charles. “Kenton Unhappy Over Televising Hlywd Bowl Bash.” Down Beat 16 June 1948: 3.

Endler, Alan. “Letters to the Editors. Bombs Away at Kenton and Ulanov.” Metronome April 1948: 10.

Engels, Joe. “Chords and Discords. Fill-In on Safranski.” Down Beat 11 August 1948: 12.

Everett, Brian. “Chords and Discords. No Emotion?” Down Beat 24 March 1948: 10.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. A Bird’s-ear View of Music [Charlie Parker].” Metronome August 1948: 14,21.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Ella and Her Fella [Ella Fitzgerald and Ray Brown].” Metronome October 1948: 18, 28-9.

---. “The Blindfold Test. From Cottontail to Firebird [Tex Benecke].” Metronome May 1948: 26-27, 39.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Lester Is the Master [Allen Eager].” Metronome January 1948: 34-5.

De Franco, Anne, and Florida Lizatta. “Letters to the Editors. Nothing’s Wrong with Kenton.” Metronome July 1948: 7.

Godfrey, Bob. “Letters to the Editors. Cooper’s Super.” Metronome February 1948: 39.

Hallock, Ted. “Chicago Band Briefs.” Down Beat 5 May 1948: 4.

Hampton, Lionel. “Lionel Hampton Lashes Kenton on Mag Article. Bandleader Assails Idea That Swing Is Dead; Says Move on to Kill Hot Music.” Pittsburgh Courier 24 January 1948: 14.

Hasse, Willard. “Letters to the Editors. Confusion Reigns About Band of the Year.” Metronome March 1948: 8, 10.

“He Calls It Progress.” Time 1 March 1948: 34+.

Herrick, Tom. “Record Review. A Presentation of Progressive Jazz.” Down Beat 2 June 1948: 14.

---. “Record Review. Interlude / How High the Moon.” Down Beat 14 July 1948: 13.

---. “Record Review. The Peanut Vendor / Themopolae.” Down Beat 21 April 1948: 19.

---. “Record Review. Willow Weep for Me / Bongo Riff.” Down Beat 22 September 1948: 13.

---. “Record Review: Harlem Holiday / Don’t Want That Man Around.” Down Beat 17 November 1948: 13, 14.

---. “This May Shock You, but Stan Has A Dance Band.” Down Beat 22 September 1948: 2.

Hutcheson, Gordon. “Letters to the Editors. Everything’s Wrong with Kenton.” Metronome July 1948: 7.

Jacklin, John M. “Chords and Discords. Mark, Stan Thanked.” Down Beat 1 December 1948: 11.

---. “Chords and Discords. Mark, Stan Thanked.” Down Beat 1 December 1948: 11.

Jacobs, Irving L. “Chords and Discords. Nomination.” Down Beat 28 July 1948: 10.

Kelly, Bob. “Chords and Discords. Bob Wants More.” Down Beat 24 March 1948: 10.

“Kenton Again Wins in 10th College Poll.” Billboard 3 April 1948: 1+.

“Kenton Band Knocked Out by Long, Hard Road.” Down Beat 14 July 1948: 18.

“Kenton Battles Cap on ‘Monotony’; Meadowbrook Gift.” Billboard 10 January 1948: 16.

“Kenton Boff 8 1/2 G Advance on Carnegie Date.” Billboard 21 February 1948: 34.

“Kenton Chances Blasting A Path to Prostration.” Down Beat 2 June 1948: 10.

“Kenton Concert Lineup Changes.” Down Beat 7 April 1948: 7.

“Kenton Fed Up with Dates; To Lay Off Soon.” Billboard 4 December 1948: 17.

“Kenton Hunting Legit Houses for One-a-Night Runs.” Billboard 14 February 1948: 1.

“Kenton May Pull A BG and Solo with Philharmonic.” Billboard 6 March 1948: 20.

“Kenton Pursues ‘Halls of Jazz’.” Billboard 11 December 1948: 17.

“Kenton’s Jazz Gets Nod in Jock Poll.” Down Beat 6 October 1948: 17.

“Kenton to Balboa.” Billboard 27 March 1948: 15.

“Kenton Turns Mercenary.” Billboard 29 May 1948: 40.

Kramstad, Rae D. “Letters to the Editors. Stan’s Strongmen Wither Willis.” Metronome December 1948: 49.

Levin, Michael. “Jazz Is Neurotic - Stan. Poll Winner Says Jazz Orks Can’t Play Dance Jive.” Down Beat 14 January 1948: 1,18-9.

---. “Stan Breaks Up Carnegie.” Down Beat 10 March 1948: 2.

Lindskoog, Wilson Milton. “An Analysis of the Style of the Stan Kenton Orchestra.” MA Thesis. 1948.

Manne, Shelly. “Chords and Discords. Chopping Wood.” Down Beat 14 July 1948: 10.

“MAPOA Holds Hit Tune Party; Crowd of 5,600 Chalked Up.” Billboard 18 September 1948: 102.

McGuire, J. “Chords and Discords. Cramping Christy.” Down Beat 1 December 1948: 10-1.

“Metronome All Stars.” Metronome January 1948: 24-25, 37-41.

Miller, C. “Aces Wild.” New Republic 23 February 1948: 27.

Miller, Charles. “Letters to the Editors. Nothing’s Wrong with Kenton.” Metronome July 1948: 7.

Mitchell, Lynn C. “Letters to the Editors. Bombs Away at Kenton and Ulanov.” Metronome April 1948: 10, 35.

Montague, Jr, Jay. “Chords and Discords. Kenton, Again.” Down Beat 25 August 1948: 10.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton and Nellie Lutcher Form the Bill for the Paramount Theater Beginning the Last Week of November or the First in December.” Billboard 16 October 1948: 44.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton Ushers in the Town’s [Philadelphia] Concert Season with A Two-Day Stand September 5-16 at the Academy of Music.” Billboard 11 September 1948: 39.

“Music As Written. Trombonist Parke Groate Replaces Milton Bernhardt [sic] in the Stan Kenton Crew.” Billboard 18 September 1948: 36.

“New Kentonite.” Down Beat 22 September 1948: 5.

“No Slump for Stan; Two More Boffs.” Down Beat 10 March 1948: 2.

Noss, Luther. “Progressive Jazz Series; The Original Recording Arrangements Used by the Stan Kenton.” Notes 5.3 (June, 1948): 414-415. .

Orleanski, Edmund B. “Letters to the Editors. Stan’s Strongmen Wither Willis.” Metronome December 1948: 49.

Paise, Marke. “Frankie Judges; Kenton to Play.” Down Beat 19 May 1948: 11.

---. “Station Plans Kenton Hour.” Down Beat 8 September 1948: 2.

“Picture. Eddie Safranski and Vivien Garry.” Metronome October 1948: 44.

“Picture. June Christy, Doris Day and Francis Wayne.” Metronome December 1948: 45.

“Picture. Stan Kenton and Pete Rugolo.” Metronome February 1948: 17.

“Point and Counterpoint. Personalities.” Metronome June 1948: 6.

“Presenting.” Down Beat 10 March 1948: 2.

Preston, Denis. “Le Cas Kenton.” Jazz Hot January 1948: 8-9.

“Profiling the Players. Can’t Tell Stan Kenton’s Players Without Program.” Down Beat 14 July 1948: 16, 18.

“Record Review. A Presentation of Progressive Jazz.” Billboard 22 May 1948: 41.

“Record Review. Bongo Riff / Willow Weep for Me.” Metronome October 1948: 45.

“Record Review. Harlem Holiday / Don’t Want That Man Around.” Metronome December 1948: 45.

“Record Review. Metronome All Stars with Stan Kenton. Leap Here / Metronome Riff.” Metronome April 1948: 45.

“Record Review. Thermoplae / Peanut Vendor.” Metronome May 1948: 45.

“Record Review. Unison Riff / I Told Ya I Love Ya, Now Get Out.” Metronome January 1948: 45.

“Record Review: Harlem Holiday / Don’t Want That Man Around.” Billboard 30 October 1948: 32.

“Record Review: Soothe Me / Lover.” Billboard 7 February 1948: 33.

“Record Review: Willow Weep for Me / Bongo Riff.” Billboard 11 September 1948: 109.

“Records of the Year. Artistry in Percussion / Safranski.” Metronome January 1948: 23.

Roberts, Helen. “Letters to the Editors. Confusion Reigns About Band of the Year.” Metronome March 1948: 8, 10.

Rodriguez, Hector. “Chords and Discords. Backs Boyd.” Down Beat 11 February 1948: 10.

Ronan, Eddie. “Kenton and Gastel in Amicable Split.” Down Beat 30 June 1948: 1.

---. “L.A. Biz So Bad Even Palladium Mulls Cuts.” Down Beat 21 April 1948: 9.

---. “Stan’s Bowl Date Climax of Career.” Down Beat 2 June 1948: 9.

Ryan, T J. “Letters to the Editors. Bombs Away at Kenton and Ulanov.” Metronome April 1948: 10, 35.

Senior, Joe. “Letters to the Editors. Stan’s Strongmen Wither Willis.” Metronome December 1948: 49.

Simon, George T. “A Concert to End All Concerts.” Metronome April 1948: 13-14, 42.

---. “Stan Kenton and His Guitarist, Laurindo Almeida.” Metronome October 1948: 7.

---. “What’s the Score?” Metronome August 1948: 11, 19-20.

Simon, George T, and Barry Ulanov. “Record Review. A Presentation of Progressive Jazz.” Metronome June 1948: 36.

Simon, George T, Barry Ulanov, and Dean. “Record Review. Lover / Soothe Me.” Metronome March 1948: 45.

Simpson, H. “Letters to the Editors. Bombs Away at Kenton and Ulanov.” Metronome April 1948: 10, 35.

“Six Bashes Get Kenton Big 32G.” Billboard 2 October 1948: 22.

“‘Smoke, Smoke’ Williams to Parody Stan’s Theme.” Down Beat 11 February 1948: 6.

Sords, Charles C. “Chords and Discords. Moderation.” Down Beat 16 June 1948: 10.

Square, The. “Strictly Ad Lib.” Down Beat 25 February 1948: 15.

---. “Strictly Ad Lib.” Down Beat 15 January 1948: 5.

“Stan, Cole Seen First on Cap-Telefunken Releases.” Down Beat 3 November 1948: 1.

“Stan, Nellie Pacted for Paramount Date.” Down Beat 20 October 1948: 9.

“Stan ‘Dance’ Dates Set.” Down Beat 11 August 1948: 19.

“Stan Kenton: Un Manifeste De La Musique “progressive”.” Jazz Hot October 1948: 17-8.

“Stan Kenton Concert.” Billboard 10 January 1948: 33.

“Stan Kenton to Disband ‘Progressive Jazz’ Band As Protest Over Existing Conditions.” New York Times 5 December 1948: 37.

“Stanley Tops Samuel Pepys.” Down Beat 5 May 1948: 16.

“Stan Nixes 88 Solo.” Down Beat 24 March 1948: 2.

“Stan’s Canada Tour ‘Ripping’.” Down Beat 11 February 1948: 2.

“Stan’s Sluggers Strive Mightily, Swat Hard, Lose to Les.” Down Beat 22 September 1948: 2.

“Stan-Woody, 2 Frankies Scrambles Highlight Poll.” Down Beat 15 December 1948: 1, 12.

Swanson, Dave. “Chords and Discords. Listen to Raymond.” Down Beat 14 January 1948: 10.

Taylor, Randall L. “Chords and Discords. Kenton Biting Hand.” Down Beat 24 March 1948: 10.

Tell, Jack. “Vaudeville Reviews. Adams Theater, Newark, N.J.” Billboard 6 March 1948: 43.

Ternes, Gene. “Chords and Discords. East Dubuque Praises.” Down Beat 5 May 1948: 10.

“Trade Tattle.” Down Beat 21 April 1948: 18.

Uhl, Arthur E. “Letters to the Editors. Everything’s Wrong with Kenton.” Metronome July 1948: 7.

Ulanov, Barry. “The Sins of Progressive Jazz.” Metronome April 1948: 50.

---. “What’s Wrong with Kenton?” Metronome February 1948: 17, 32-3.

various authors. “Chords and Discords. Readers Tear Kenton and His Critics Apart.” Down Beat 25 February 1948: 10.

“Vaudeville Reviews. Paramount New York.” Billboard 4 December 1948: 41.

Weeks, Marshall R. “Letters to the Editors. Confusion Reigns About Band of the Year.” Metronome March 1948: 8, 10.

“What’s in A--?” Down Beat 16 June 1948: 3.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 24 March 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 15 December 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 28 January 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 6 October 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 14 July 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 7 April 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 30 June 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 25 August 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 3 November 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 5 May 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 1 December 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 2 June 1948: 17.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 16 June 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 20 October 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 10 March 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 28 July 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 14 January 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 21 April 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 22 September 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 11 February 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 19 May 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 17 November 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 8 September 1948: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 11 August 1948: 18.

Willis, Gerald K. “Letters to the Editors. Dept. Of Utter Confusion.” Metronome October 1948: 27.

Wilson, Johnny. “Letters to the Editors. Bombs Away at Kenton and Ulanov.” Metronome April 1948: 10, 35.

“Winding Fills in.” Down Beat 29 December 1948: 1.


1949

“Ad. Captiol in ‘49.” Metronome January 1949: 12.

“Ad. In Sincerest Appreciation! Stan Kenton.” Metronome January 1949: 10.

“Ad. Kenton’s Great Encores.” Capitol News February 1949: 15.

Alexander, George. “Chords and Discords. Chicago Comment.” Down Beat 22 April 1949: 10.

“Barnet Restyles Band to Help Fill Kenton’s Gap.” Down Beat 25 February 1949: 1.

“Barnet’s Horns Range High and From Far Away.” Down Beat 3 June 1949: 1.

“Barnet Taking Up Kenton Torch.” Melody Maker 5 February 1949: 3.

Bartlett, Lee. “Chords and Discords. Layton’s Tram Spotted.” Down Beat 22 April 1949: 10.

Blake, Don. “Letters to the Editors. The Ills of Modern Music.” Metronome February 1949: 8.

“Campus Ork and Chirp Poll. Monroe Band Ousts Kenton From the Top.” Billboard 11 June 1949: 1.

“Cover. June Christy.” Metronome July 1949: cover.

“Cover. June Christy.” Down Beat 8 April 1949: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Capitol News February 1949: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton and Charlie Ventura.” Metronome January 1949: cover.

Dahlgren, Claes. “Nytt Från New York. Kenton Tillbaka.” Orkester Journalen December 1949: 19.

Dahlgren, Rolf. “Record Review. Are You Livin’ Old Man / Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye (Capitol C 187); Concerto to End All Concertos (Capitol C 382).” Estrad June 1949: 14.

---. “Record Review: Harlem Holiday / Don’t Want That Man Around (Capitol C 15248).” Estrad November 1949: 17.

Davis, R L. “Letters to the Editors. Make Jazz Respectable.” Metronome March 1949: 27.

“Duke, Benny, Billy, Billie, Stardust, Bunny Win All Time Poll.” Metronome September 1949: 15, 27.

Emge, Charles. “Wald, Too, Gives Stan’s Idea A Try.” Down Beat 25 February 1949: 1.

“Europe Violently Fer or Agin Stan’s Music.” Down Beat 14 January 1949: 1.

“Experimenters Leave the Lab.” Down Beat 28 January 1949: 1.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. Ah, Sweet Melody of Bop [Benny Goodman].” Metronome January 1949: 40-2.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Charlie’s Conception [Charlie Barnet].” Metronome May 1949: 22, 27.

---. “The Blindfold Test. It’s All Under One Tent [Eddie Condon].” Metronome August 1949: 18-20.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Pete Sighs at Burns, Burns at Sy [Pete Rugolo].” Metronome April 1949: 18, 31.

Fein, Arnold. “Chords and Discords. Jazz Is Jazz.” Down Beat 7 October 1949: 10.

“GAC Books 50 of 85 Dates for 40-Piece Kenton Tour.” Billboard 24 December 1949: 18.

“GAC Losing Hope of Stan Kenton Band Reorg?” Variety 23 March 1949: 42.

Gleason, Ralph J. “Christy Comes on Strong.” Down Beat 9 September 1949: 2.

---. “Christy Proves She Still Sells Sans Stan Support.” Down Beat 23 September 1949: 18.

---. “I’d Like to Do ‘Recitals’ Says June.” Down Beat 25 March 1949: 3.

Harris, Pat. “Russo, with Great Crew, Still Just Experimenting.” Down Beat 3 June 1949: 4-5.

Hegner, Bill. “Chords and Discords. Wants Martyr, Too.” Down Beat 25 February 1949: 10.

Herrick, Tom. “Record Review. How Am I to Know / He Was A Good Man.” Down Beat 28 January 1949: 14.

---. “Record Review. Stan Kenton Encores.” Down Beat 25 March 1949: 14.

“He’s Out!” Metronome February 1949: 6.

“Innovations Series Marks Kenton’s Return As Frontier.” Billboard 1 October 1949: 18.

“Jazz, True Art.” Billboard 24 December 1949: 18.

Jones, Derek. “Progressive Jazz, In: BFN Anglo-German Swing Club.” Anglo-German Swing Club 19 May 1949: 1-4.

---. “Progressive Jazz, In: BFN Anglo-German Swing Club.” Anglo-German Swing Club 21 April 1949: 1-5.

“Kenton, GAC Renew Pact.” Variety 1 July 1949: 43.

Kenton, Stan. “Better to Quit Than Compromise.” Melody Maker 29 January 1949: 3.

---. “Stan Kenton Tells His Story: ‘Finding a New Field,’ He Says.” Capitol News February 1949: 5.

“Kenton Concert Tour Set February 9.” Billboard 17 December 1949: 18.

“Kenton Discusses Batonning Again.” Variety 1 July 1949: 43.

“Kenton Discusses Batonning Again.” Variety 25 May 1949: 37.

“Kenton-GAC Snag on Whether He’ll Do Own Bookings.” Variety 5 October 1949: n. pag.

“Kenton Postpones Start of Concerts Due to Business Conditions.” Variety 9 November 1949: 35.

“Kenton Preems Band.” Variety 16 November 1949: 60.

“Kenton Quits Music Business.” Down Beat 14 January 1949: 1.

“Kenton Readies Ork for Concert Tour.” Down Beat 4 November 1949: 2.

“Kenton Resigns with GAC; Beefs Over All-Stars.” Billboard 11 June 1949: 21.

“Kenton’s Psychiatry Kick.” Billboard 8 January 1949: 16.

Klarner, Shirley. “Milwaukee College Crew Sells Kentonish Stylings.” Down Beat 3 June 1949: 7.

Levin, Michael. “Barnet Kentonized Crew Bops, Swings at the Same Time.” Down Beat 25 March 1949: 1.

---. “Record Review. Ecuador / Journey to Brazil.” Down Beat 29 July 1949: 14.

“More Bands Add Bongos.” Down Beat 25 February 1949: 2.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton Returns to the United States After An Extended South American Vacation.” Billboard 16 April 1949: 32.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton Returns to the United States After An Extended South American Vacation.” Billboard 19 March 1949: 18.

Nelles, Joe. “Chords and Discords. Stan Four-Noter.” Down Beat 25 March 1949: 10.

“No Plans Yet, Says Kenton.” Down Beat 1 July 1949: 1.

“Norvo, Rugolo on New Arco Sides.” Down Beat 16 December 1949: 1.

“Picture. Stan Kenton, Pete Rugolo and Carlos Gastel.” Metronome November 1949: 35.

Pizanti, Ray. “Chords and Discords. Rx for Frustration.” Down Beat 8 April 1949: 10.

“Point and Counterpoint. Barnet Vice Kenton.” Metronome March 1949: 6.

“Point and Counterpoint. Kenton Really Comes Back Alive.” Metronome November 1949: 6, 8.

“Point and Counterpoint. New Connections.” Metronome July 1949: 6.

“Point and Counterpoint. Stan.” Metronome August 1949: 8.

“Price We Paid Too Great, Let It Come Naturally.” Down Beat 28 January 1949: 1.

“Record Review. Encores.” Billboard 19 February 1949: 36.

“Record Review. How Am I to Know / He Was A Good Man.” Metronome February 1949: 38.

“Record Review. Journey to Brazil / Ecuador.” Metronome July 1949: 26.

“Record Review: Every Time We Say Goodbye / Are You Livin’ Old Kan (Capitol 187); Concerto to End All Concertos (Capitol C 382).” Orkester Journalen June 1949: 29-30.

“Se Retira Stan Kenton?” Ritmo Y Melodia March 1949: 1.

“Shelly Joins Herman.” Down Beat 17 June 1949: 1.

Simon, George T. “June’s in Tune.” Metronome July 1949: 11, 20.

---. “New King of Jazz?” Metronome April 1949: 13-4.

---. “Your Dream Date Comes True: Metronome All Stars Wax Great Sides.” Metronome March 1949: 13-5.

Simon, George T, and Barry Ulanov. “Record Review. Stan Kenton Encores.” Metronome March 1949: 37.

“Stan Kenton Off Again, on Again.” Billboard 6 August 1949: 17.

“Stan Kenton Quits!” Melody Maker 22 January 1949: 1.

“Stan Kenton Re-Forming His Band with Wider Variety of Music.” Melody Maker 9 June 1949: 1.

“Stan Kenton to Study Medicine?” Variety 12 January 1949: 43.

Tanner, Peter. “Record Review: Concerto to End All Concertos, Pts. 1 and 2 (Brit. Capitol CL 13130).” Jazz Journal September 1949: 11.

---. “Record Review: Fugue for Rhythm Section / Chorale for Brass, Piano and Bongo (Brit. Capitol CL 13084); Lover / Capitol Punishment (Brit. Capitol CL 13074).” Jazz Journal June 1949: 6-7.

---. “Record Review: How Am I to Know? / the Spider and the Fly (Brit. Capitol CL 13093).” Jazz Journal July 1949: 6.

Ulanov, Barry. “He’s in and He’s Out!” Metronome January 1949: 15-6.

“Une Idée De Stan Kenton.” Jazz Hot January 1949: 19.

“Vic Lewis Launches New 20-Piece Orchestra for ‘Kenton’ Concerts.” Melody Maker December 1949: 1.

“Wetzel Forms Combo.” Down Beat 11 March 1949: 11.

Wilson, John S. “Most Nitery Musicians A Feeble Lot, Says Christy.” Down Beat 17 June 1949: 3.

---. “Progressive, but Not Kentonish, Says Wald.” Down Beat 20 May 1949: 1.


1950

“Ad. Almeida and His Vega “Innovate” for Stan. Stan Kenton and Laurindo Almeida.” Metronome May 1950: 48.

“Ad. Capitol Records. Innovations in Modern Music.” Metronome May 1950: 41.

“Ad. Innovations in Modern Music (Capitol).” Down Beat 24 January 1950: 5.

“Ad. Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 20 October 1950: 12.

“Ad Libs. Stan Kenton with Steve Allen on CBS.” Capitol News February 1950: 5.

“Allison Not GAC Set Kenton Tour.” Billboard 14 January 1950: 22.

“Band Reviews.” Variety 8 February 1950: 72.

“Band Reviews.” Variety 6 December 1950: 42.

“Baptists Let Kenton Use Philharmonic Auditorium.” Variety 11 January 1950: 41.

Berendt, Joachim Ernst. “Kenton. Nichts, Als Die Tür Schließen.” Der Spiegel 1950: 40-1.

“Boff Hands Drawn by Kenton ‘Innovations’ Preview in LA.” Billboard 18 February 1950: 16.

“Capitol to Ape Styles of Kemp, Kenton, Too.” Down Beat 28 July 1950: 8.

“Cap Sets Hefty Promotion Push on Kenton Tour.” Billboard 11 August 1950: 15.

“Cover.” The New Beat March 1950: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Metronome February 1950: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Capitol News February 1950: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton and June Christy.” Down Beat 16 June 1950: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton’s Innovations.” International Musician May 1950: 15.

Dahl, R L. “Chords and Discords. Dance to Stan.” Down Beat 16 June 1950: 10.

Dineen, Milan. “Chords and Discords. Stan in Rut?” Down Beat 28 July 1950: 10.

Edwards Jr, Ernie. “Letters to the Editors. Corrections and Praise.” Metronome October 1950: 6.

Emge, Charles. “Kenton’s Back—With A Dance Ork!” Down Beat 28 July 1950: 1.

---. “Kenton to Debut in ‘Workshop Concert’.” Down Beat 13 January 1950: 1.

---. “Kenton Unveils Ork at Preview Concert.” Down Beat 10 March 1950: 1, 16.

---. “Kenton Winds Up 1st ‘Innovations’ Tour.” Down Beat 14 July 1950: 5.

“Enough Kenton, in Photos and Words, to Cover A Continent–Which He Will.” Down Beat 24 March 1950: 1.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. Dameron Likes Dixie and Bird [Tadd Dameron].” Metronome May 1950: 23, 35-6.

---. “The Blindfold Test. II [Stan Kenton].” Metronome July 1950: 16, 23.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Kai Winding Unwinds.” Metronome August 1950: 16, 32.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Lady Day Has Her Say [Billie Holiday].” Metronome February 1950: 16, 30.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Stan Stumps for Modern Jazz [Stan Kenton].” Metronome June 1950: 16, 30.

---. “Stan Stumps for Modern Jazz.” Metronome June 1950: 16, 30.

“Ferguson Will Stay with Stan.” Down Beat 8 September 1950: 1.

“Few Changes in Kenton’s Lineup for Dance Tour.” Down Beat 20 October 1950: 1.

Gleason, Ralph J. “Frisco Rocks to Biggest Surge Since Earthquake.” Down Beat 24 March 1950: 4.

---. “Swingin’ the Golden Gate. Biz Needs New Personal Managers, Says Christy.” Down Beat 3 November 1950: 7.

---. “Swingin’ the Golden Gate. Frisco Gets Much Talent, but Happens All at Once.” Down Beat 20 October 1950: 7.

“Half of Kenton Concerts Inked.” Billboard 24 June 1950: 14.

Hallock, Ted. “Kenton’s Music ‘Greatest Ever’.” Down Beat 24 March 1950: 1, 16, 18-9.

Hyltone, T. “Kentons Nya Giv.” Orkester Journalen April 1950: 14-6.

“Innovations of 1950 (Continued).” Metronome October 1950: 10.

“Inside Story of What Happened During His Temporary Retirement.” Melody Maker 8 June 1950: 3.

“‘I Think We Have the Formula Now’ Kenton Tells MM .” Melody Maker 14 January 1950: 7.

Jacobson, Cpl Kent. “Chords and Discords. Far-Flung Stan Fans.” Down Beat 19 May 1950: 195.

“June Christy Set for L.A. Solo Date.” Down Beat 19 May 1950: 15.

Kamman, Leigh. “Stan Turns Minneapolis ‘Innovations’ Into Music Appreciation Session.” Down Beat 21 April 1950: 14.

Kean, Johnny. “Chords and Discords. Fair Exchange.” Down Beat 30 June 1950: 10.

“Kenton $4,480 1 Night in Cincy.” Billboard 4 November 1950: 20.

Kenton, Stan. “My Worst on Wax.” Down Beat 2 June 1950: 18.

---. “Sure, I Helped to Wreck the Dance Biz.” Down Beat 19 May 1950: 1, 26.

---. “Vart Sytar Modern Musik.” Orkester Journalen April 1950: 16-7.

Kenton, Stan, and Leonard G Feather. “‘Sure, I Helped to Wreck the Dance Biz,’ Says Kenton.” Melody Maker 27 May 1950: 3.

“Kenton Closing Tour with Bash at H’wood Bowl.” Billboard 6 May 1950: 15.

“Kenton Concert, Ballroom Tours Slated for Fall.” Billboard 22 June 1950: 14.

“Kenton Grabs Early Poll Lead.” Down Beat 1 December 1950: 1, 19.

“Kentonites to Get Plaques on TV Show.” Down Beat 29 December 1950: 5.

“Kenton Lineup, Tour Itinerary.” Down Beat 24 January 1950: 8.

“Kenton Pops Up with Another Top Vocalist, but A Male This Time.” Down Beat 22 September 1950: 2.

“Kenton Ready for Concert Tour with New 40-Piece Ork.” Capitol News February 1950: 7.

“Kenton’s College of Musical Knowledge to Emphasize ‘New’.” Billboard 22 April 1950: 24.

“Kenton Sets Balboa Park Bowl Concert.” Billboard 20 May 1950: 16.

“Kenton’s ‘Innovations in Modern Music’.” Melody Maker 4 March 1950: 3.

“Kenton to Play Hollywood Bowl.” Down Beat 2 June 1950: 5.

“Kenton Will ‘Preview’ His Coming Crew; Also Reveals Movie Plans.” Capitol News January 1950: 11.

“Kenton—Shearing Poll Winners, All Star Band Gets New Faces.” Down Beat 29 December 1950: 1, 14-5.

“L.A. Philharmonic Drops Bars, Lets Stan Play There.” Down Beat 10 February 1950: 5.

Lampert, Mort. “Chords and Discords. Stan Unintegrated.” Down Beat 7 April 1950: 10.

Levin, Michael. “Record Review. Blues in Riff / Mardi Gras (Capitol).” Down Beat 21 April 1950: 14.

---. “Record Review. Innovations in Modern Music (Capitol).” Down Beat 2 June 1950: 14-5.

---. “Record Review. Jambo / Orange-Colored Sky [with Nat King Cole].” Down Beat 3 November 1950: 14.

---. “Record Review. Jolly Roger / Evening in Pakistan.” Down Beat 11 August 1950: 14.

---. “Record Review. Love for Sale / Be Easy, Be Tender.” Down Beat 1 December 1950: 14.

---. “Record Review. Viva Prado / I’m So in the Mood.” Down Beat 15 December 1950: 14.

“Look, Ma, Stan’s Dancing Again!” Down Beat 25 August 1950: 1.

Martin, Jack. “Innovations.” British Forces Network Rhythm Club News November 1950: n. pag.

---. “Tempi Passati.” Anglo-German Swing Club News Sheet September 1950: n. pag.

Matthews, John. “Chords and Discords. Stan ‘Greatest’.” Down Beat 19 May 1950: 14.

Murray, Jim. “Certain Turmoil.” Time 13 February 1950: 42-3.

“Music As Written. Kenton “Innovations” Gross $6,700 on Seattle.” Billboard 18 February 1950: 41.

“Music As Written. Kenton Eyes Ballet As Dancers Use His Works.” Billboard 23 September 1950: 20.

“Musso Solos on New Kenton Sides.” Down Beat 3 November 1950: 11.

“Now Kenton Has A Hand in Ballet.” Down Beat 17 November 1950: 3.

Otto, Albert S. “The New Stan Kenton Band.” Jazz Journal May 1950: 2-3, 13.

Pfeifer, Charlotte Ann. “Chords and Discords. Too Much Kenton?” Down Beat 21 April 1950: 10.

“Picture. June Christy.” Capitol News February 1950: 8-9.

“Point and Counterpoint. All Change.” Metronome February 1950: 8.

“Point and Counterpoint. Innovations in Modern Concerts.” Metronome April 1950: 6.

“Point and Counterpoint. Kenton...and Others.” Metronome January 1950: 8.

“Point and Counterpoint. Kenton Retrenches.” Metronome August 1950: 6.

“Point and Counterpoint. Maynard Begins His Ride.” Metronome June 1950: 6.

“Point and Counterpoint. Pete to Paramount.” Metronome May 1950: 8.

“Record Review. Jolly Roger / Evening in Pakistan.” Metronome August 1950: 29.

“Record Review. Mardi Gras / Blues in Riff.” Metronome July 1950: 28-9.

“Record Review: Easy Go / but Then You Kissed Me.” Billboard 7 October 1950: 64.

“Record Review: Innovations in Modern Music.” Billboard 25 March 1950: 41.

“Record Review: Mardi Gras / Blues in Riff.” Billboard 25 March 1950: 38.

“Record Review: Stan Kenton Presents.” Billboard 11 November 1950: 37.

Russo, Bill. “Kast Had Vital Tole in Kenton Orchestra.” Down Beat 28 July 1950: 4-5.

“Several Close Fights on at Midway Mark in Band Poll.” Down Beat 15 December 1950: 1,-2, 19.

Simon, George T. “In Person. Pete Rugolo.” Metronome June 1950: 29-30.

---. “Stan Kenton’s Carnegie Hall Concerts.” Metronome May 1950: 10.

Square, The. “Strictly Ad Lib.” Down Beat 22 September 1950: 5.

“Stan Kenton Band Concert Carnegie Hall.” New York Times 10 April 1950: 7.

“Stan Kenton - Biography.” British Forces Network Rhythm Club News December 1950: n. pag.

“Stan Kenton Draws Near-Capacity Audience in Carnegie Concert.” Variety 12 April 1950: 56.

“Stan Kenton Joins the New Jazz Society.” Jazz Podium April 1950: 25.

“Stan Kenton Joins the New Jazz Society, Part 2.” Jazz Podium May 1950: 49.

“Stan Kenton’s Innovations.” International Musician May 1950: 15.

“Stan Kenton—Biography.” Rhythm Club Hamburg 1950: n. pag.

“Stan Postpones ‘51 ‘Innovations’.” Down Beat 1 December 1950: 10.

“Stan’s Innovations: Effort and Effect.” Melody Maker April 1950: 28.

Syman, Olaf. “Jazz News. Kentonladen.” Anglo-German Swing Club News Sheet April 1950: n. pag.

Teveliet, Danni. “Chords and Discords. Need Freedom.” Down Beat 11 August 1950: 10.

---. “Chords and Discords. Stan Scores.” Down Beat 29 December 1950: 12.

Tracy, Jack. “Chicago Band Briefs. Konitz Joins Russo Five.” Down Beat 6 October 1950: 6.

Trazegnies, Jean de. “Safranskinades Et Kentonneries.” Hot Jazz Magazine (Belgium) April 1950: 35.

Ulanov, Barry. “Stan Kenton Joins the New Jazz Society.” Metronome May 1950: 25, 49.

---. “Stan Snaps Back.” Metronome February 1950: 11-2.

“Vic Lewis Meets Kenton Cats.” Down Beat 16 June 1950: 19.

Watt, D. “Musical Events.” New Yorker 15 April 1950: 64-5.

Whiston, Henry F. “Kenton in Montreal.” Melody Maker 15 April 1950: 2.

“A Wild Jaunt to Elko Ends in Wedding for Kenton Altoist Shank.” Down Beat 5 May 1950: 2.

Williams, Ned E. “Set Up Band Exchange, Pleads Britisher.” Down Beat 16 June 1950: 19.

Wilson, John S. “Complete Break with Past. Stan.” Down Beat 27 January 1950: 1, 3.


1951

“2 Kenton Sidemen Get 1-Nighter with Rogers.” Billboard 15 December 1951: 20.

“Ad. Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 28 December 1951: 9.

“Ad. Stan Kenton [Capitol Records].” Down Beat 26 February 1951: 13.

“Ad. Stan Kenton and Ralph Blaze.” Down Beat 26 February 1951: 12.

“Ad. Stan Kenton Conn Saxophones.” Metronome July 1951: 2.

“Army Recruiters Thank Stan, June.” Down Beat 28 December 1951: 1.

“‘Artistry’s’ Backbone Made of Brass, Braced.” Down Beat 20 April 1951: 2.

Berendt, Joachim Ernst. “Kritik. Wie Eine Dreschmaschine.” Der Spiegel 1951: 33.

Camargo, Jesus Branas. “Letters to the Editors. Jumping Bean.” Metronome December 1951: 9.

“A Certain Turmoil.” Time 9 February 1951: n. pag.

Chidsey, Jack. “Chords and Discords. ‘Magnificent’.” Down Beat 28 December 1951: 10.

“Controversy Still Rages About Kenton, His Music.” Down Beat 20 April 1951: 2-3.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Metronome March 1951: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Capitol News September 1951: cover.

“Crash Kills Ray Wetzel.” Down Beat 21 September 1951: 1.

Dahlgren, Claes. “Nytt Från New York. Kentons Dansband Populärt.” Orkester Journalen June 1951: 11.

“Deejay Gets Kenton in Hassle with Harvesters.” Down Beat 6 April 1951: 1.

Delaunay, Charles. “A Propos De Stan Kenton.” Jazz Hot 1951: 9.

Emge, Charles. “Kenton Full of Faith As ‘51 Tour Opens.” Down Beat 19 October 1951: 3.

---. “‘Music Biz Is Sick, but Jazz Will Never Die’ Says Kenton.” Down Beat 20 April 1951: 2.

---. “Vido Has Troubles? Look at Skeleton in My Closet, Cries Leader Bob Keene.” Down Beat 10 August 1951: 1.

“Eye 25G Take in 2d Half of Kenton Tour.” Billboard 28 April 1951: 14.

Feather, Leonard G. “Kenton—Gaunt, Haggard and Ill—at Carnegie Hall.” Melody Maker 1 December 1951: 4.

Gleason, Ralph J. “Theater Forced to Quit Names.” Down Beat 1 June 1951: 8.

Harris, Pat. “Here’s News Capsule of Music World for 1950.” Down Beat 26 January 1951: 2, 18-9.

---. “Record Review. Francesca / Night Watch.” Down Beat 5 October 1951: 14.

---. “Record Review. Tortillas and Beans / Dynaflow.” Down Beat 15 June 1951: 14.

Hartley, Jack. “Stan Kenton Discography.” Melody Maker 29 September 1951: 4.

---. “Stan Kenton Discography.” Melody Maker 22 September 1951: 4.

---. “Stan Kenton Discography.” Melody Maker 1 September 1951: 4.

---. “Stan Kenton Discography.” Melody Maker 8 September 1951: 4.

---. “Stan Kenton Discography.” Melody Maker 6 October 1951: 4.

---. “Stan Kenton Discography.” Melody Maker 13 October 1951: 4.

Hodgkins, Barbara. “Stanley, I Presume.” Metronome March 1951: 11-12, 24.

Hoefer, George. “Record Review. Street of Dreams / Daddy.” Down Beat 16 November 1951: 15.

Holly, Hal. “Vido’s New Band Haunted by Ghost of Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 13 July 1951: 8.

Hooper, William. “Chords and Discords. Four Freshmen.” Down Beat 10 August 1951: 10.

---. “Chords and Discords. Four Freshmen.” Down Beat 29 June 1951: 10.

Howard, Gene. “Chords and Discords. Wrong Gene.” Down Beat 12 January 1951: 10.

“In Person.” Metronome February 1951: 20-2.

“In the Music News. Stan Kenton.” International Musician December 1951: 27.

Jacobs, Irving L. “Chords and Discords. Shaken by Stan.” Down Beat 30 November 1951: 10.

“June Parades Her Poll Plaque.” Down Beat 6 April 1951: 16.

“June to Rejoin Stan for Tour.” Down Beat 7 September 1951: 1.

“Kenton, Shearing Victors Again; Some Upsets in Individual Races.” Down Beat 28 December 1951: 1, 12-3.

“Kenton Adds Date, Switches Another on 1-Nighter Trek.” Billboard 22 September 1951: 49.

“Kenton ‘Innovations’ Tour to Get Started in Dallas.” Down Beat 5 October 1951: 16.

“Kenton ‘Innovations’ Tour to Make Bow in Chicago.” Down Beat 27 July 1951: 8.

“Kenton in Sock Carnegie Concert.” Variety 24 October 1951: 51.

“Kenton Launches Innovations II.” Capitol News September 1951: 3.

“Kenton Packs the Palladium.” Down Beat 6 April 1951: 1.

“Kenton Skeds Summer Tour.” Billboard 26 May 1951: 16.

“Kenton Stand at Balboa in Doubt.” Down Beat 4 May 1951: 15.

“Kenton to Carnegie.” Down Beat 13 July 1951: 1.

“Kenton to Play Hollywood Oasis.” Down Beat 18 May 1951: 1.

“Kenton Trophies No Feather Load for Leonard.” Down Beat 9 February 1951: 8.

Kreider, Bob. “Record Review: Be Easy, Be Tender / Love for Sale.” Orchestra World 5 April 1951: n. pag.

“Laine-Kenton Break Date.” Capitol News September 1951: 7.

Martin, Bob. “Letters to the Editors. Martin on Kenton.” Metronome March 1951: 5.

“Maynard Turns Down Offer From Ellington.” Down Beat 13 July 1951: 3.

McCormick, Mack. “Kenton, Hamp Form ‘Battle of Bands’ Spring Package.” Down Beat 28 December 1951: 2.

---. “Rogers, Russo Works Are Peaks of ‘51 ‘Innovations’.” Down Beat 16 November 1951: 1, 19.

Mills Jr, Thomas W. “Letters to the Editors. Medium Rare.” Metronome July 1951: 8.

“Most Kenton Regulars on Tap for Big Tour.” Down Beat 2 November 1951: 1.

“Music As Written. New York.” Billboard 28 April 1951: 18.

“Music As Written. New York.” Billboard 9 June 1951: 16.

“New Men Join Stan for Tour.” Down Beat 10 August 1951: 3.

“Old Friends Flock to Kenton’s Oasis Opening.” Down Beat 10 August 1951: 13.

Persiany, André. “Le Cas Stan Kenton. L’avis D’un Musicien.” Jazz Hot June 1951: 16.

“Pete Rugolo Moves to Tin Pan Alley.” Down Beat 26 January 1951: 7.

“Point and Counterpoint. Artistry in Rhythm Being Canvassed.” Metronome August 1951: 7.

“Point and Counterpoint. Innovations in Abeyance.” Metronome January 1951: 8.

“Point and Counterpoint. What Price Miller Revival?” Metronome May 1951: 6.

“Probation Granted to Gene Roland.” Down Beat 21 September 1951: 1.

“Profiling the Players. Only Gioga, Alvarez Left of Stan’s Original Crew.” Down Beat 20 April 1951: 3.

“Ray Wetzel. 1925-1951.” Metronome November 1951: 33.

“Record Review. (Stan Kenton—Vido Musso) Pagliacci / Santa Lucia.” Metronome March 1951: 27.

“Record Review. Artistry in Tango / September Song.” Metronome June 1951: 28.

“Record Review. I’m So in the Mood / Viva Prado (Capitol 1219).” Metronome April 1951: 28.

“Record Review. Stan Kenton Presents (Capitol Album 248).” Metronome January 1951: 27.

“Record Review: Dynaflow / Tortillas and Beans.” Billboard 26 May 1951: 38.

“Record Review: Francesca / Night Watch.” Billboard 22 September 1951: 44.

“Record Review: How High the Moon / Interlude (Capitol C 15117).” Orkester Journalen June 1951: 23.

“Record Review: Journey to Brazil / Ecuador (Capitol C 631).” Orkester Journalen November 1951: 24.

“Record Review: September Song / Artistry in Tango.” Billboard 21 April 1951: 87.

“Record Review: September Song / Dynaflow (Capitol C 9006).” Orkester Journalen October 1951: 30.

Richards, Phyllis. “Palomar Can’t Make Up Mind.” Down Beat 18 May 1951: 19.

“Roland Arrested: Marijuana Count.” Down Beat 24 August 1951: 1.

“Rugolo, Wife to Separate.” Down Beat 9 February 1951: 1.

“Rugolo Rejoins Capitol Records.” Down Beat 9 March 1951: 9.

Scheirman, Bernie. “Chords and Discords. No Hasty Judge.” Down Beat 28 December 1951: 10.

Shapiro, Nate. “Kenton Lectures on Jazz at Minn.” Down Beat 9 March 1951: 7.

Simon, George T. “Record Review. Jump for Joe / Laura.” Metronome October 1951: 26.

---. “Record Review. Maynard Ferguson. What’s New / Hot Canary.” Metronome October 1951: 25.

---. “Record Review. Night Watch / Francesca.” Metronome November 1951: 26.

Simon, George T, and Barry Ulanov. “Record Review. Then You Kissed Me / Easy Go / Love for Sale / Be Easy, Be Tender.” Metronome January 1951: 27.

“Sincerity, Skill Brought Honors to Stan’s Band.” Down Beat 20 April 1951: 3.

Square, The. “Strictly Ad Lib.” Down Beat 12 January 1951: 5.

“Stan Kenton Band ‘Innovations in Modern Music ‘51’.” New York Times 20 October 1951:: n. pag.

“Stan Kenton Startar Innovations Nr. 2.” Orkester Journalen October 1951: 7.

“Stan’s Incendiary Touch Shown From the Start, Here at Balboa Beach.” Down Beat 20 April 1951: 1.

“Stan to Head East for Steel Pier Date.” Down Beat 29 June 1951: 1.

Svals, Arvid. “Letters to the Editors. Kenton Unlimited.” Metronome December 1951: 8-9.

Tracy, Jack. “Chicago Band Briefs. Russo Concert Will Spot Konitz; Diz, Roy in Loop.” Down Beat 1 June 1951: 8.

---. “Record Review. Blues in Burlesque.” Down Beat 28 December 1951: 15.

---. “Record Review. Jump for Joe / Laura.” Down Beat 10 August 1951: 15.

---. “Record Review. September Song / Artistry in Tango.” Down Beat 4 May 1951: 14.

Tracy, Jack, George Hoefer, and Pat Harris. “Record Review. Santa Lucia / Pagliacci.” Down Beat 9 February 1951: 14.

Travers, Edward. “Letters to the Editors. Stan’s Man.” Metronome June 1951: 18.

Ulanov, Barry. “Barry Ulanov’s History of Jazz. Part Eleven: Progress.” Metronome December 1951: 16-7.

---. “Record Review. Dynaflow / Tortillas and Beans.” Metronome August 1951: 26.


1952

“Ad. [Letter From Kenton to Glenn Wallachs at Capitol].” Billboard 2 August 1952: 65.

“Ad. Bob Gioga [Conn].” Down Beat 21 March 1952: 15.

“Ad. City of Glass and Stan Kenton Classics.” Billboard 18 October 1952: 33.

“Ad. Conn. Stan Kenton’s Trombone Section.” Down Beat 19 November 1952: 6.

“Ad. Fox Brothers Tailors.” Down Beat 19 November 1952: 14.

“Ad. Stan Kenton Conn Trombones.” Metronome December 1952: 10.

“Ad. Stan Kenton Prologue.” Down Beat 17 December 1952: 15.

“Ad. Westlake College of Music.” Metronome August 1952: 30.

Barnard, Phil. “Chords and Discords. Reader Laments Musical State of the Nation.” Down Beat 18 April 1952: 10.

“Big Show Has Hit the Road.” Down Beat 8 October 1952: 1.

“Bitterer Cocktail Mit Der “Tanzkapelle” Stan Kenton.” VierViertel March 1952: 8-9.

Bock, Nick. “Scanning.” Down Beat 7 March 1952: 5.

Capone, Tony, Bob Ceely, Thomas E Bennett, Mike Dennis, John P Prosser, Earl Robinson, and Ed Mulford. “Chords and Discords. Fur Flies, Fans Fume in Protest at Kenton Survey.” Down Beat 18 April 1952: 16.

Chamier, Sgt Scott L. “Chords and Discords. Disgusted.” Down Beat 11 January 1952: 10.

Coss, Bill. “In Person. Stan Kenton. Carnegie Hall, New York.” Metronome January 1952: 17-8.

“Cover. Stan Kenton and Jerri Winters.” Down Beat 21 March 1952: cover.

Dahlgren, Claes. “Nytt Från New York. Nya Namn Med Kenton.” Orkester Journalen April 1952: 10.

“Ellington, Kenton ‘Cutting Contest’.” Down Beat 4 April 1952: 1.

Emge, Charles. “Kenton Band to Blue Note April 4.” Down Beat 4 April 1952: 3.

---. “Kenton Brands Hamp Tie-Up ‘Fantastic’.” Down Beat 11 January 1952: 1.

---. “No Guts. Stan Terrifies Rustic Guest.” Down Beat 4 April 1952: 9.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. Blindfold Day for Skitch & Faye [Skitch Henderson and Faye Emerson].” Down Beat 17 December 1952: 14.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Jenkins Digs Goodman the Most [Gordon Jenkins].” Down Beat 21 May 1952: 12.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Mitch Puts Down Kenton, Flanagan [Mitch Miller].” Down Beat 2 July 1952: 12.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Percy: No Faith in Phony Latins! [Percy Faith].” Down Beat 19 November 1952: 12.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Ralph Burns at Sy, Sighs at Shorty [Ralph Burns].” Down Beat 21 March 1952: 12.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Ralph Hails Duke, Stan; Flays Kaye.” Down Beat 31 December 1952: 12.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Safranski Calls May ‘Most Exciting’ [Eddie Safranski].” Down Beat 22 February 1952: 12.

---. “Kentonkonsert Rena Neurosen. Eckstine-Shearing Var I Alla Fall Bättre.” Estrad January 1952: 10.

---. “Stan Kenton: Is He Prophet or Fraud?” Down Beat 7 March 1952: 1, 6, 19.

Ferguson, Don. “Chords and Doscords. Smith’s A Cad.” Down Beat 27 August 1952: 13.

“Ferguson, Manne, Pepper, Others Exit Kenton Band.” Down Beat 21 March 1952: 3.

“Ferguson, Wife Cut First Sides.” Down Beat 4 April 1952: 9.

“Ferguson Eyes Own Band.” Down Beat 21 March 1952: 1.

Freeman, Don. “I Remember Kenton When, Reminisces Gus Arnheim.” Down Beat 25 January 1952: 4.

Gleason, Ralph J. “Swingin’ the Golden Gate. San Franciscans Object to Kenton Blues Parody.” Down Beat 11 January 1952: 12.

Hallock, Ted. “Kenton’s Men Are Blowing Jazz for the First Time.” Melody Maker 22 November 1952: 5.

Heinrich, Franz, and Gerhard Görsch. “Die Jeschichte Der Jazzmusik. Stan Kenton Und Der “Progressive Jazz”.” Orkester Journalen September 1952: 136-7.

Hentoff, Nat. “Jazz Wasn’t Meant to Be Just Dance Music—Kenton.” Down Beat 27 August 1952: 1, 6.

“The Hits and the Artists Who Made Them.” Billboard 2 August 1952: 68.

Holzfeind, Frank. “Behind the Scene. Stars Called ‘Characters’ Never Let Me Down Yet!” Down Beat 3 December 1952: 8.

“Huge Shakeup of Kenton Personnel, Style Is Rumored.” Down Beat 8 February 1952: 1.

“Kay and Maynard Take the Leap.” Down Beat 11 January 1952: 1.

“Kenton, Shearing Win Again As 16th Annual ‘Beat’ Poll Closes.” Down Beat 31 December 1952: 1, 8-9, 19.

“Kenton Adds French Horns.” Down Beat 22 February 1952: 5.

“Kenton Auf Der Jagd Nach “Swing”.” Podium 1952: 5.

“Kenton Bandsmen Join New Shorty Rogers Unit.” Down Beat 25 January 1952: n. pag.

“Kenton Collects Latest Poll Plaque.” Down Beat 21 March 1952: 3.

“Kenton Disc Used in Film Sequence.” Down Beat 10 September 1952: 13.

“Kenton Hits the Hot, Hot Road.” Down Beat 8 October 1952: 9.

“Kenton Plans Move to East.” Down Beat 31 December 1952: 1.

“Kenton Set at Rustic Cabin.” Down Beat 8 October 1952: 1.

“Kenton Signs Chicago Girl.” Down Beat 7 March 1952: 13.

Kohl, W A. “Jazztelegramm Aus New York. Neuerungen in Moderner Musik, Nummer II.” Podium 1952: 7-8.

Krom, Joachim. “Concerto to End All Concertos. Reflexionen Über Eine Schallplatte.” Jazz Revue February 1952: 22-3.

“Lee Konitz to Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 24 September 1952: 2.

“Maynard, Kay Join Kenton.” Down Beat 13 August 1952: 1.

“More Locations for Kenton Ork.” Billboard 2 February 1952: 20.

Murphy, Ann. “Letters to the Editors. Silence Is Kenton.” Metronome June 1952: 8.

“Music As Written.” Billboard 2 February 1952: 20.

Nevard, Mike. “He Came to Sell Paint Tins—He Sold Kenton Instead.” Melody Maker 29 November 1952: n. pag.

“New Releases. Gambler’s Blues / I May Be Wrong.” Billboard 2 February 1952: 17.

“No Talent.” Down Beat 8 October 1952: 7.

“Paul, Hodges, Cole Top Year’s Discs.” Metronome April 1952: 11-13, 19.

Pease, Sharon A. “Owe Debt to Men Like Kenton for Progress.” Down Beat 4 April 1952: 16.

“Picture. Stan Kenton, Duke Ellington and Nat Cole.” Metronome July 1952: 25.

“Picture. Stan Kenton, Nat Cole and June Christy.” Metronome April 1952: 13.

“Picture. Stan Kenton, Sarah Vaughan and Nat Cole.” Metronome December 1952: 25.

“Picture. Stan Kenton and Jerri Winters.” Metronome May 1952: 6.

“Point and Counterpoint. Kentonia.” Metronome August 1952: 5.

“Point and Counterpoint. Nero Still Fiddling.” Metronome July 1952: 5.

“‘Prologue’ Cues Scope of Modern Music.” Billboard 6 December 1952: 15, 18.

“Record Review. Abstraction / He’s Funny That Way (Capitol C 10184).” Orkester Journalen April 1952: 28.

“Record Review. Art Pepper / Maynard Ferguson (Capitol CE 80148); Shelley Manne / June Christy (Capitol CE 80175).” Orkester Journalen August 1952: 21-2.

“Record Review. Bill Russo. A Recital in New American Music.” Down Beat 10 September 1952: 17.

“Record Review. Cool Eyes / She’s A Comely Wench.” Down Beat 16 July 1952: 11.

“Record Review. Delicado / Bags and Baggage.” Down Beat 21 May 1952: 10.

“Record Review. Gambler’s Blues Decca; With Glen Gray’s “I May Be Wrong”].” Down Beat 21 March 1952: 15.

“Record Review. Mambo Rhapsody / Yes.” Down Beat 7 May 1952: 10.

“Record Review. Stan Kenton Classics (Capitol).” Down Beat 31 December 1952: 11.

“Record Review. Stardust / Bee Hive (Capitol).” Down Beat 22 October 1952: 11.

“Record Review. Taboo / Lonesome Train (Capitol).” Down Beat 19 November 1952: 17.

“Record Review: Capitol Punishment / Somnambulism (Capitol C 10185).” Orkester Journalen July 1952: 20.

Richards, Phyllis. “‘Playing the Way I Feel,’ Says Maynard Ferguson.” Down Beat 11 January 1952: 1.

Rolontz, Bob. “Unit Packs Carnegie Hall with Enthusiastic Hepsters.” Billboard 25 October 1952: 22.

Salmieri, Andrew E. “Biographies. Stan Kenton.” Jazz Hot June 1952: 12, 13.

Sippel, John. “Kenton, Anthony Point Up High Cost of Road Jaunts.” Billboard 25 October 1952: 18, 72.

Smith, J. “Chords and Discords. Stan’s Sad Show.” Down Beat 30 July 1952: 8.

“Spade’s Cool.” Down Beat 21 May 1952: 1.

“Stan Kenton Hypes Combo.” Billboard 19 July 1952: 20.

“Stan Kenton Kommt Nach Deutschland.” Mitteilungsblatt Der Deutschen Jazz-Föderation April 1952: 2.

“Stan Kenton Opens New York Office.” Down Beat 7 March 1952: 19.

“Stan Kenton’s Stint.” Down Beat 22 October 1952: 3.

“Stan’s Big Biz Cues Repeat.” Down Beat 4 June 1952: 8.

Storan, S. “Kenton Goes Righteous!” Record Changer January 1952: 5.

“Strictly Ad Lib. San Francisco.” Down Beat 19 November 1952: 3.

SUE. “Music in the Air.” Down Beat 16 July 1952: 14.

Tracy, Jack. “A Long, Long Time From Kenton’s April to Sept.” Down Beat 8 October 1952: 2.

---. “Records of the Year.” Down Beat 11 January 1952: 18-9.

Ulanov, Barry. “Record Review. Delicado / Bags and Baggage.” Metronome July 1952: 24.

---. “Record Review. Stardust / Beehive.” Metronome November 1952: 25.

---. “Record Review. Taboo / Lonesome Train.” Metronome December 1952: 24.

---. “Record Review. Yes / Mambo Rhapsody.” Metronome June 1952: 25.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 19 November 1952: 18.

“Where the Bands Are Playing.” Down Beat 2 July 1952: 1.


1953

“14 of Kenton Crew Injured on Turnpike.” Billboard 21 November 1953: 18.

“6 Old Kenton Discs Mapped by McGregor.” Billboard 12 December 1953: 16.

“Ad. A Decade of Modern Concepts in Music.” Down Beat 22 April 1953: 4.

“Ad. Capitol Records.” Metronome May 1953: 5.

“Ad. Kenton Special.” Down Beat 25 February 1953: 6.

“Ad. Martin Trumpets.” Metronome October 1953: 12.

“Ad. Only a CONN Will Do.” Down Beat 22 April 1953: 26.

“Ad. Stan Kenton. Our Sincerest Thanks!” Down Beat 14 January 1953: 6.

“Ad. Stan Kenton. Soundcraft.” Down Beat 9 September 1953: 9.

“Ad. Stan Kenton and Sal Salvador.” Metronome November 1953: 7.

“Ad. The Daily Double Tie.” Down Beat 4 November 1953: 21.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Album.” Billboard 4 April 1953: 35.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Record.” Down Beat 8 April 1953: 10.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton T-V Fold Handkerchief.” Down Beat 30 December 1953: 18.

“Ad. Walter Stuart Music Studio.” Down Beat 4 November 1953: 22.

“All Aboard with the Kenton Crew!” Melody Maker 29 August 1953: 6-7.

“Almost Stayed.” Down Beat 4 November 1953: 4.

“Another Audio Fair.” Down Beat 2 December 1953: 9.

“Ballet Troupe Will Dance Kenton at Sadler’s Wells.” Melody Maker 1953: 7.

“Band Reviews.” Variety 14 January 1953: 44.

“Band Routes.” Down Beat 4 November 1953: 23.

Barhaur, Bill W. “Chords and Discords. At A Stan Still.” Down Beat 25 March 1953: 8.

Berendt, Joachim Ernst. “Kenton. Musik Im Niemandsland.” Der Spiegel 1953: 24-7.

---. “Record Review. Cool Eyes / She’s a Comely Wench (Telefunken/Capitol).” Jazz Podium April 1953: 18.

---. “Stan Kenton Kommt Nach Deutschland.” Die Schallplatte 1953: 6-7.

---. “Stan Kenton Und Seine Musik Im Urteil Der Fachleute. Kritiken Eines Jahrzehnts.” Jazz Podium September 1953: 5, 7.

---. “Was Ist Progressiv Jazz? Aus Einem SWF-Gespräch Stan Kenton-J.E. Berendt.” Jazz Podium September 1953: 4.

---. “Was Ist Progressiv Jazz? Aus Einem SWR-Gespräch.” Jazz Podium October 1953: 4.

Bernstein, Leonard. “The Jazz Scene Today.” Down Beat 17 June 1953: 6.

“Birdland Booking Balks Trip to Europe for Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 28 January 1953: 1.

“Breaks. Stan Kenton.” Der Drummer 1953: 6.

“Breaks. Stan Kenton.” Der Drummer 1953: 7.

“Breaks. Stan Kenton.” Der Drummer 1953: 6.

Brown, T. “They Braved Storm-Lashed Seas to See Kenton.” Melody Maker 26 September 1953: 8-9.

Brubeck, Dave. “The Jazz Scene Today.” Down Beat 3 June 1953: 8.

“Carnegie Concert for Kenton Band.” Down Beat 9 September 1953: 1.

“Chris Stans Up for Bands.” Down Beat 8 April 1953: 3.

“Christy Back with Kenton.” Down Beat 26 August 1953: 1.

“Coast’s Rendezvous Put Up for Auction.” Down Beat 2 December 1953: 21.

“Cole, Ella, Brubeck, Les Brown Are New Champs As Longtime Winners Fall by Wayside in ‘53 Poll.” Down Beat 30 December 1953: 1, 6-7.

Coss, Bill. “Stan Kenton at Birdland.” Metronome July 1953: 18.

“Cover. Stan Kenton and Chris Connor.” Down Beat 8 April 1953: cover.

“Cover. The Winners.” Down Beat 30 December 1953: cover.

Dallece, Cynthia. “Letters to the Editor. Rustic Simon.” Metronome April 1953: 7.

Darrell, Rob. “Record Review. ‘City of Glass’ Gets Great Treatment on Kenton LP.” Down Beat 28 January 1953: 5.

“Davison Signs Stan Kenton for £5,000-a-Week Tour of Europe.” Melody Maker 11 April 1953: 1+.

Dawson, J. “Buddy Childers Talks on Tone & Technique.” Melody Maker 1953: 11.

“Dublin Goes Kenton Crazy As 7,000 Fans Storm Concerts.” Melody Maker 26 September 1953: 1, 6.

“Duke, Kenton Mull Tour.” Down Beat 12 August 1953: 1.

“European Tour by Kenton Ork.” Billboard 1 August 1953: 14, 30.

“Everything Set for the Big Day.” Melody Maker 26 September 1953: 16.

Farley, John F. “Letters to the Editor. Digging.” Metronome July 1953: 10.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. Bernstein Discovers Nothing New [Leonard Bernstein].” Down Beat 3 June 1953: 25.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Bird Swings, Sauter Sways Kaye.” Down Beat 20 May 1953: 17.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Herd Gases, Liberace Drags Previns [Andre Previn & Betty Bennett] .” Down Beat 29 July 1953: 17.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Marterie Wails Trumpet Blues.” Down Beat 15 July 1953: 21.

---. “Feather’s Nest.” Down Beat 25 March 1953: 20.

---. “Feather’s Nest.” Down Beat 14 January 1953: 18.

---. “Kenton Calls Off Joint Tour with Ellington Band. Withdrawal Baffles Duke, Joe Glaser.” Down Beat 7 October 1953: 1.

“Ferguson Joining Band in Britain?” Down Beat 14 January 1953: 1.

“‘Festival’ Name of Jazz Package.” Billboard 8 December 1953: 16.

“Gales ‘Cavacade’ Racks Strong Tour Grosses.” Billboard 28 November 1953: 18.

“George Morte, Candoli’s Wife Hurt Badly in Kenton Crash.” Down Beat 16 December 1953: 1.

“Gioga, Ferguson Leave Kenton.” Down Beat 11 March 1953: 1.

Grut, Harald. “Music As Modern As Tomorrow’s Dior Model.” Melody Maker 29 August 1953: 3.

Haerdtl, Nino. “Stan Kenton.” Jazz Podium 1953: 3.

Hentoff, Nat. “Counterpoint. What Was That Again, Stan?” Down Beat 16 December 1953: 21.

---. “Kenton Calls Europe Trip ‘A Fantastic Experience’.” Down Beat 4 November 1953: 4.

Hodeir, André. “L’Orchestre Kenton: Du Super Artisanat.” Jazz Hot October 1953: 16, 18.

Horricks, Raymond A. “Some Thoughts on Kenton.” Jazz Journal March 1953: 19-20.

Howard, Gene. “Kenton, the Man.” Melody Maker 1953: 3, 7.

---. “The Stan Kenton European Tour.” Theme December 1953: 30-2.

Jackson, Edgar. “Stan Kenton and His Orchestra.” Melody Maker 1953: 12.

---. “Stan Kenton and His Orchestra.” Melody Maker 1953: 9.

“Jam I Kubik.” Orkester Journalen September 1953: 10-1.

“Kay Brown Quits Kenton.” Down Beat 11 February 1953: 3.

Kenton, Stan. “According to Kenton.” Theme July 1953: 8.

---. “According to Kenton.” Theme August 1953: 10.

---. “Kenton Talking.” Melody Maker 19 December 1953: 2.

---. “Kenton Talking.” Melody Maker 26 December 1953: 4.

---. “Kenton Talking.” Melody Maker 12 December 1953: 9.

---. “Kenton Talking. The Melody Maker Is Proud to Present the Debut of a Weekly Feature That Every Jazz Fan Will Want to Read.” Melody Maker 5 December 1953: 3.

---. “Stan Kenton Writes for MM Readers.” Melody Maker 4 April 1953: 5.

“Kenton Again at Blue Note.” Down Beat 2 December 1953: 1.

“Kenton at Sadler’s Wells.” Melody Maker 20 June 1953: 4.

“Kenton Explains Renege: ‘Tour Bad for Duke, Me’.” Down Beat 4 November 1953: 1.

“Kenton Har 24 Augusti.” Orkester Journalen August 1953: 4.

“Kenton Heads Jazz Festival.” Down Beat 21 October 1953: 1.

“Kenton Inaugs New Palladium TV Show.” Down Beat 25 February 1953: 15.

“Kenton Jams Birdland; New Chirp Scores.” Billboard 2 March 1953: 20.

“Kenton Jazz Fest Scores in Pitt at Last-Minute with Neat 14G B.O. For 2.” Variety 18 November 1953: 53.

“Kenton Och Hampton Pa Veg.” Orkester Journalen June 1953: 4.

“Kenton Offers Free Concert to England.” Down Beat 20 May 1953: 1.

“Kenton Off for Europe Sept. 25.” Down Beat 29 July 1953: 18.

“Kenton on ‘Why I Backed Out of Tour with Duke’.” Melody Maker 24 October 1953: 6.

“Kenton’s Advance Guard Arrives in London.” Melody Maker 1953: 1, 12.

“Kentons Orchester Summt “Beehive”.” Jazz Podium 1953: 5.

“Kenton’s Tour of Europe Set.” Down Beat 6 May 1953: 1.

“Kenton Tour Tees Off As Courtney-Granz Hassel.” Down Beat 18 November 1953: 2.

“Kenton Works Sought for Sadlers Wells Ballet.” Down Beat 17 June 1953: 11.

“Kids Don’t Know How to Dance – Kenton.” Down Beat 11 February 1953: 1.

Klee, H D. “Begegnung Mit Stan Kenton.” Jazz Podium September 1953: 5.

LEN. “Unfestive Crowd Aids Kenton Festival of Jazz.” Down Beat 16 December 1953: 2.

Lewis, 2nd Lt John L. “Letters to the Editor. Kenton Fan.” Metronome April 1953: 6-7.

Loeb, Albert. “Chords and Discords. Thanks.” Down Beat 11 February 1953: 17.

Lucraft, Howard. “Coach Crash Causes Break-Up of ‘Greatest Ever’ Kenton Band.” Melody Maker 19 December 1953: 6.

---. “Howard Lucraft Reviews Stan Kenton’s New ‘Festival’ Show.” Melody Maker 9 October 1953: 3.

---. “Tragedy at Moment of Kenton’s Triumph.” Melody Maker 1953: 1, 12.

Lundgren, C E. “Kenton Var Stark.” Orkester Journalen September 1953: 8-9+.

Mairants, Ivor. “Kenton, the Band.” Melody Maker 1953: 3.

Marks, Dick. “Letters to the Editor. Hurrah?” Metronome October 1953: 10.

Mayr, F. “Für Den Jazz-Freund. Artistry in Rhythm.” VierViertel October 1953: 12.

“MM Plans Trips to Kenton Shows in Dublin.” Melody Maker 4 June 1953: 1+.

Mulford, Ed. “Letters to the Editor. Critics.” Metronome August 1953: 8.

---. “Letters to the Editor. Oops.” Metronome June 1953: 10.

“Musicians All Offer Help to Sauter-Finegan .” Down Beat 3 June 1953: 4.

“Music Scene in Focus.” Down Beat 25 February 1953: 4.

“Music USA. Kentonia.” Metronome December 1953: 6.

“Music USA. Personalities.” Metronome July 1953: 8.

“NBC Remotes Schedule Full.” Down Beat 22 April 1953: 1.

Nevard, Mike. “The Kaleidoscope They Call Kenton.” Melody Maker 4 June 1953: 3.

---. “Stan - the 200 Lb. Tornado!” Melody Maker 26 September 1953: 10-1.

---. “Ten Exciting Weeks Till Kenton-Day.” Melody Maker 1953: 4.

“Operation Kenton. Boats, Trans Stand By. Everything Set for the Big Day.” Melody Maker 1953: 16.

“Picture. Stan Kenton.” Metronome April 1953: 22.

“Picture. Stan Kenton and Lou Van Rees.” Metronome November 1953: 7.

“Progressives Abroad.” Newsweek 28 September 1953: 50+.

Race, S. “On Kenton.” Melody Maker 1953: 2, 10.

Raguse, Günter. “Am Rande - Des Stan-Kenton-Gastspiels.” VierViertel September 1953: 13-4.

“Record Review. New Concepts of Artistry in Rhythm.” Down Beat 6 May 1953: 14.

“Record Review. Prologue (Capitol).” Down Beat 11 February 1953: 14.

Rolontz, Bob. “Bandbox Battles Birdland in Fight for N.Y. Jazz Trade.” Billboard 31 January 1953: 15.

“Rubber Knees in This 4-City Report on Kenton.” Melody Maker 5 September 1953: 3.

Salmieri, Andrew E. “Interview De Stan Kenton.” Jazz Hot March 1953: 19.

“A Salute to Stan Kenton.” Metronome May 1953: 16-7.

Sanderson, Dan, and Alan Webster. “According to Kenton.” Theme October 1953: 8.

Scali, Jean-Louis. “Stan Kenton En Europe.” Jazz Hot 1953: 9.

---. “Stan Kenton En Europe. Le Concert De Bruxelles.” Jazz Hot September 1953: 9.

Schneider, Hans-Wolf. “Stan Kenton. Konzertbericht Aus Berlin.” Der Drummer 1953: 2-4.

Simon, George T. “The Editors Speak. Stan, the Man.” Metronome May 1953: 34.

---. “In Person. Stan Kenton, Bill Levine’s Rustic Cabin.” Metronome February 1953: 18.

“Sixteen Kenton Men Injured As Band-Coach Crashes After Concert.” Melody Maker 21 November 1953: 1+.

Smith, Barbara. “Letters to the Editors. Minor Drag.” Metronome September 1953: 10.

Soria, Tillie. “Letters to the Editor. May Bet.” Metronome August 1953: 8.

---. “Letters to the Editor. Recant.” Metronome November 1953: 7.

“Stan Kenton.” Jazz Podium September 1953: 6.

“Stan Kenton (picture, List of Orchestra Personnel).” Orkester Journalen March 1953: 39.

“Stan Kenton ‘Festival’ with All-Star Troupe, Pulls 5G in Rochester.” Variety 11 November 1953: 54.

“Stan Kenton in Deutschland.” VierViertel August 1953: 31.

“Stan Kenton Kommt!” Jazz Podium 1953: 5.

“Stan Kenton Plays for the USAF at Sculthorpe.” Jazz Journal November 1953: 14-5.

“Stan Kenton’s Band in Crash.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 12 November 1953: 18.

“Strictly Ad Lib.” Down Beat 4 November 1953: 3.

“Strictly Ad Lib. San Francisco.” Down Beat 25 February 1953: 3.

“A Tale of Three Cities.” Melody Maker 26 September 1953: 3.

Tracy, Jack. “A Basic Record Library.” Down Beat 25 February 1953: 8.

---. “Chris Another Christy?” Down Beat 8 April 1953: 3.

Tuttle, Win, Lewis Runkle, D R Calkins, and Roy Kenton. “Chords and Discords. Riding Herd.” Down Beat 8 April 1953: 8.

“Two Kenton Concerts Fixed—And Two Ships to Carry Fans.” Melody Maker 11 June 1953: 1+.

Ulanov, Barry. “Kenton Conquers Europe and Vice Versa.” Metronome December 1953: 12-13, 31.

---. “Record Review. Baia / All About Ronnie.” Metronome September 1953: 23.

---. “Record Review. City of Glass.” Metronome March 1953: 24.

---. “Record Review. Hush-a-bye / Harlem Nocturne.” Metronome May 1953: 27.

---. “Record Review. New Concepts of Artistry in Rhythm / Sketches on Standards.” Metronome June 1953: 26.

Vian, Boris. “Kenton. Une Belle Machine Sans Ame.” Arts 24 September 1953: n. pag.

“Vic Lewis Back on Kenton Kick with Special Scores by Russo, Holman.” Melody Maker 1953: 6.

“Want to Buy A Band?” Down Beat 22 April 1953: 9, 28-29, 32-33.

Winquist, S. “Crescendo of Applause.” Melody Maker 29 August 1953: 3.

Woodward, Woody, and A James Valentine. “Stan Kenton & His Orchestra (MacGregor Records LP 201); Stan Kenton Orchestra (MacGregor Records LP 202).” Theme December 1953: 34.

“Zoot Sims Joins Kenton.” Down Beat 15 July 1953: 1.


1954

“20 Years on the ‘Beat’.” Down Beat 30 June 1954: 18.

“60 Plus 10 Equals 70.” Metronome November 1954: 19-20, 33.

“Ad. Kenton Presents.” Metronome November 1954: 39.

“Ad. Kenton Presents Jazz.” Billboard 21 August 1954: 32.

“Ad. Stan Kenton. Westlake College of Music.” Down Beat 24 February 1954: 21.

“Al Latauski Exits Cap for Kenton Post.” Billboard 25 December 1954: 20.

Argun, Orhan. “Letters to the Editor. Turkey Calls.” Metronome September 1954: 11.

“Auslandsnachrichten.” Jazz Podium September 1954: 5.

“Baptists Reportedly Restudying Theater Ban on Church Hall.” Down Beat 20 October 1954: 20.

“Belletto Group to Wax Under Kenton Presents’.” Billboard 11 December 1954: 20.

Berendt, Joachim Ernst. “Record Review: New Concepts of Artistry in Rhythm (Telefunken/Capitol); Sketches on Standards (Telefunken/Capitol).” Jazz Podium February 1954: 16.

---. “Record Review: Stan Kenton and His Orchestra (Telefunken-Capitol).” Jazz Podium July 1954: 20.

“Breaks. Stan Kenton.” Der Drummer 1954: 6.

“Cap’s Kenton Presents Jazz Line Headed by Noted Leader.” Billboard 5 June 1954: 14.

Cavallaro, Mike. “Letters to the Editor. And So, Miss Kelly.” Metronome July 1954: 10.

Childers, Buddy. “Brassmen! Don’t Blow Yourself Out: Childers.” Down Beat 24 February 1954: 21.

“Christy Joins Kenton Tour.” Down Beat 10 March 1954: 1.

“Conte Candoli Forms Combo.” Down Beat 10 February 1954: 3.

“Cover. Pete Rugolo.” Metronome December 1954: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Metronome January 1954: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Music Views August 1954: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton et al.” Metronome August 1954: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton et al.” Metronome November 1954: cover.

“Directeur Artistique Chez Capitol.” Jazz Hot September 1954: 21.

“Down Beat Readers Put Kenton in Hall of Fame.” Down Beat 31 December 1954: 1.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. Benny Disappointed by Stan, Duke, Count Discs.” Down Beat 29 December 1954: 15.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Dixieland and Four Aces Get Guy Lombardo Nod.” Down Beat 19 May 1954: 13.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Pettiford Digs Babasin on Cello, Lloyd Trotman [Oscar Pettiford].” Down Beat 20 October 1954: 17.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Rugolo Returns, Praises Russo; Duke A Puzzler [Pete Rugolo].” Down Beat 8 September 1954: 19.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Those Electronic Sounds Give Condon AC-DC Fits [Eddie Condon].” Down Beat 24 February 1954: 15.

---. “The Blindfold Test. ‘Woodchopper’ Swinging in Mambo, Chico Finds.” Down Beat 1 December 1954: 13.

---. “Feather’s Nest. Duke, Stan Merge.” Down Beat 24 March 1954: 8.

Fischer, Carl. “My Pal Stan. Carl Fischer, Who Died in Hollywood Last Week-end, Wrote This Article for the MM During His Visit Here Last Summer.” Melody Maker 3 April 1954: 7.

Fulford, Bob. “Four Freshmen Give Thanks to Kenton for His Support.” Down Beat 19 May 1954: 4.

GH. “Noch Einmal: Mr. Progressive.” Der Drummer May 1954: 3.

Gleason, Ralph J. “Perspectives (Stan Kenton Festival of Modern American Jazz .” Down Beat 3 November 1954: 14.

Hentoff, Nat. “Counterpoint.” Down Beat 10 March 1954: 6.

---. “Hamp Europe Impressions Differ From Stan Kenton’s.” Down Beat 27 January 1954: 1.

---. “Record Review. Showcase.” Down Beat 22 September 1954: 12-3.

Holly, Hal. “Howard Leaves Kenton, Will Focus on Photos.” Down Beat 2 June 1954: 5.

Hopes, J H, and John Linsell. “Counterpoint, Kenton and Confusion, Or: Is Kenton to Be the Whiteman of the 1950’s?” Jazz Journal November 1954: 5, 7.

“Is Mr. Kenton Really That Naive?” Melody Maker 1954: 7.

Jackson, Edgar. “Record Review: Jeepers Creepers / the Creep (Capitol).” Melody Maker 3 April 1954: 12.

“Jazz News.” Jazz-Echo September 1954: 49.

“Jazz-News.” Jazz-Echo December 1954: 45.

“Jazz News.” Gondel January 1954: 64.

Kelly, Mary. “Letters to the Editor. Miss Kelly Objects.” Metronome June 1954: 11.

“Kenton, Staffmen in World of Jazz.” Melody Maker 12 June 1954: 1.

Kenton, Stan. “According to Kenton. What’s Wrong with the Music Business.” Theme March 1954: 7.

---. “The Editors Speak. Stan Kenton: New Names for Jazz Records.” Metronome August 1954: 34.

---. “Kenton Talking.” Melody Maker 9 January 1954: 2.

---. “Kenton Talking.” Melody Maker 2 January 1954: 2.

---. “Kenton Writes.” Melody Maker 11 December 1954: 9.

---. “What Job for Me? Bandleader, Psychiatrist or Architect?” Melody Maker 16 January 1954: 2.

“Kenton and JATP Set Out.” Melody Maker 25 September 1954: 10.

“Kenton Band to Vacation Until Spring.” Billboard 20 February 1954: 17.

“Kenton Directs Capitol Jazz Stars.” Melody Maker 5 June 1954: 6.

“Kenton Disband; Wants to Take Long Vacation.” Down Beat 24 March 1954: 1.

“Kenton Heads New Capitol Jazz Setup.” Down Beat 14 July 1954: 1.

“Kenton Jazz Festival Set for 10 Weeks.” Billboard 11 September 1954: 19, 24.

“Kenton Names Tour Lineup.” Down Beat 14 July 1954: 1.

“Kenton Orchestra for Folkestone.” Melody Maker 23 October 1954: 10.

“Kenton Presents.” Die Schallplatte 1954: 9.

“Kenton Presents.” Music Views August 1954: 16-7.

Landry, R J. “If State Department Wants to Sell US O’seas Stan Kenton’s Jazz Troupe Fits Bill.” Variety 13 October 1954: 49.

“Last Kenton Concert Hits Boxoffice Top.” Down Beat 7 April 1954: 1.

Levin, Michael. “Kenton Band Shrills for Show.” Down Beat 17 November 1954: 19.

Livingston, Alan. “Jazz on Records. Capitol.” Metronome August 1954: 14-5.

Lucraft, Howard. “Eleven Brass in Kenton’s 1954 Touring Orchestra.” Metronome November 1954: 15.

---. “Hollywood Headlines. Stan Kenton.” Melody Maker 10 April 1954: 7.

---. “Kenton (Review of His New “Festival Show”).” Melody Maker 1954: 7.

---. “What’s NEW in Jazz?” Melody Maker 24 April 1954: 9.

Mario’s Music Shop. “Letters to the Editor. F.S. And G.S.” Metronome February 1954: 10.

Müller, Kurt. “Geigen? Ja! Aber Ohne “Schmalz”.” VierViertel February 1954: i-ii.

Münstermann, H W. “Stan Kenton Versprach Eine Fülle Von Neuen Klängen.” Jazz Podium November 1954: 4, 8.

“Personalwechsel Bei Kenton.” VierViertel January 1954: v.

“Pete Rugolo Breaks Up Ork; Lack of Work Forces Move.” Down Beat 29 December 1954: 17.

“Pete Rugolo Inks Columbia Pact; Will Lead Band on Road Tour.” Down Beat 10 January 1954: 1, 21.

“Photo. Columbia’s Paul Weston Looks Over a Score with Pete Rugolo.” Down Beat 5 May 1954: 1.

“Picture. Pete Rugolo Blew Into Town Last Month.” Metronome November 1954: 8.

“Picture. Stan Kenton and Pee Wee Russell.” Metronome September 1954: 17.

“Poll Results.” Metronome February 1954: 13-16, 21.

Previn, Andre. “The Jazz Scene Today.” Down Beat 13 January 1954: 24.

“‘Recording Artists’ Roster–A 20th Anniversary Special.” Down Beat 30 June 1954: 85-134.

“Record Review. Don’t Take Your Love From Me / Alone Too Long.” Metronome July 1954: 24-5.

“Record Review. Don’t Take Your Love From Me / Alone Too Long.” Billboard 1 May 1954: 26.

“Record Review. Portraits on Standards.” Metronome January 1954: 24.

“Record Review. The Creep / Tenderly.” Down Beat 27 January 1954: 10.

“Record Review. The Creep / Tenderly.” Metronome March 1954: 24.

“Record Review. This Modern World.” Down Beat 5 May 1954: 11.

“Record Review: New Concepts of Artistry in Rhythm (Telefunken / Capitol LCA 383).” Jazz-Echo December 1954: 50.

Rolontz, Bob. “Couple in the Ditch. 1-Nighter Packages Find Road’s Rocky.” Billboard 13 November 1954: 16.

“Rugolo Nixes Studios for Rigors of Road.” Down Beat 1 December 1954: 3, 18.

“Russo Leading Rehearsal Ork.” Down Beat 3 November 1954: 1.

“Seven Sidemen Leave Kenton.” Down Beat 13 January 1954: 1.

Simon, George T. “Record Review. Ken Hanna.” Metronome September 1954: 29.

---. “Record Review. Ken Hanna. Nirvana / Sweet Riley O’Toole.” Metronome May 1954: 27.

---. “Record Review. Lady in Red / Under a Blanket of Blue .” Metronome August 1954: 28.

“Sinatra Grabs Two ‘54 Poll Spots.” Down Beat 29 December 1954: 1, 6-7.

Smith, Donald. “Picture. Stan Kenton [sketch].” Metronome November 1954: 20.

“Stan Kenton Denies Giving Up His Band.” Melody Maker 1954: 2.

“Stan Kenton in Dem Film “Schlagerparade”.” Jazz-Echo May 1954: 64.

“Things Ain’t What They Used to Be with West Coast Jazz.” Down Beat 6 October 1954: 1.

“Too East to Get Lost in Record Biz Jungle: June.” Down Beat 21 April 1954: 7.

Ulanov, Barry. “Pete Rugolo’s New Band: One of the Most Entertaining EEver.” Metronome December 1954: 14-5.

---. “Record Review. Kenton Showcase (Holman and Russo).” Metronome October 1954: 22-3.

---. “Record Review. Skoot / More Love Than Your Love.” Metronome November 1954: 42.

“Want to Buy A Band?” Down Beat 21 April 1954: 9, 30-31, 34-35.

“Westlake College Names ‘54 ‘Bests’.” Down Beat 1 December 1954: 17.

Woodward, Woody. “Record Review: Showcase (Capitol W-524).” Theme November 1954: 16.

“You Saw It First in Metronome!” Metronome November 1954: 22.


1955

“Ad. A-Ting A-Ling.” Billboard 26 February 1955: 45.

“Ad. Bill Russo. Offering a Correspondence Course.” Down Beat 23 February 1955: 17.

“Ad. Bill Russo. Offering a Correspondence Course.” Down Beat 9 February 1955: 14.

“Ad. Bill Russo. Offering a Correspondence Course.” Down Beat 9 March 1955: 6.

“Ad. Bill Russo. Offering a Correspondence Course.” Down Beat 14 December 1955: 49.

“Ad. Just Released on Capitol...The Kenton Era.” Down Beat 23 February 1955: 14.

“Ad. Stan Kenton. Westlake College of Music.” Down Beat 10 August 1955: 31.

“Ad. Stan Kenton. Westlake College of Music.” Down Beat 24 August 1955: 29.

“Ad. Stan Kenton. Westlake College of Music.” Down Beat 27 July 1955: 40.

“Ad. Stan Kenton. Westlake College of Music.” Down Beat 7 September 1955: 23.

“Ad. The Kenton Era.” Metronome March 1955: 22-3.

“Ad. The Kenton Era .” Billboard 19 March 1955: n. pag.

“Ad. The Kenton Era.” Down Beat 4 May 1955: 15.

“Ad. The Kenton Era.” Down Beat 14 December 1955: 31.

“Ad. The Kenton Era.” Metronome December 1955: 39.

“Ad. The Kenton Era.” Metronome April 1955: 33.

“Ad. Westlake College of Music.” Metronome August 1955: 37.

“Ad. Westlake College of Music.” Metronome September 1955: 31.

“Ad. Westlake College of Music.” Metronome June 1955: 9.

Allison, Bob. “Stan’s Friends Speak Out.” Metronome March 1955: 19, 24.

“All Star Poll. Second-Half Score.” Metronome August 1955: 15.

Balliett, Whitney. “Kenton: Artistry in Limbo.” Saturday Review 30 April 1955: 56-7.

“Band Reviews.” Variety 20 June 1955: 47.

“Band Reviews.” Variety 20 April 1955: 53.

Beecher, Don. “Letters to the Editors. Life of a Salesman.” Metronome September 1955: 11.

Berendt, Joachim Ernst. “Record Review: The Kenton Era (Capitol/Teldec Limited Edition).” Jazz-Echo July 1955: 48-9.

“Braff, Belletto at Blue Note; Book Kenton for June.” Down Beat 23 February 1955: 4.

Bundy, June. “Resurgence of Jazz Deejay. Part and All-Jazz Program Get Good Reception Coast to Coast.” Billboard 23 April 1955: 14, 22.

“Capitol Has Capital Album Release.” Metronome December 1955: 33, 42.

“Capitol Packages Stan Kenton Saga in Sock De Luxer.” Variety 23 February 1955: 42.

“Cap Pushing Kenton Via Free Demos.” Billboard 5 February 1955: 16.

“Childers, Bernhart on Music School Faculty.” Down Beat 30 November 1955: 54.

Close, Albert C. “Letters to the Editor. Kenton.” Metronome March 1955: 11-2.

Coss, Bill. “Record Review. Kenton Presents. Boots Mussuli.” Metronome April 1955: 41-2.

---. “Record Review. Kenton Presents. Frank Rosolino.” Metronome April 1955: 42.

---. “Record Review. Kenton Presents. Sal Salvador.” Metronome April 1955: 42.

---. “Stan and His Fans.” Metronome March 1955: 25, 34.

Coss, Paul D. “Dateline USA.” Metronome January 1955: 8.

“Cover.” Down Beat 9 March 1955: cover.

“Cover.” Theme March 1955: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Metronome March 1955: cover.

Dance, Stanley. “Lightly and Politely. Space Music.” Jazz Journal February 1955: 13.

“Die Kenton-Ära Hat Erst Begonnen.” Die Schallplatte 1955: 11.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. 50 Stars for Bird! Mingus Exclaims [Charles Mingus].” Down Beat 15 June 1955: 25, 33.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Carmen Blanches on Hearing R&B.” Down Beat 18 May 1955: 25.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Dankworth Glad to Hear Duke Sound [Johnny Dankworth].” Down Beat 24 August 1955: 25-6.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Here’s What Woody Herman Heard.” Down Beat 20 April 1955: 31.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Riding the Trams with Winding and Johnson.” Down Beat 26 January 1955: 17, 21.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Russo Discusses Basie Tradition [Bill Russo].” Down Beat 10 August 1955: 27-8.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Russo Picks Pettiford, Checks Chet [Bill Russo].” Down Beat 27 July 1955: 37-8.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Sammy Speaks–Harshly, Kindly.” Down Beat 19 October 1955: 33.

---. “The Blindfold Test. What’s New? Not Much Piano, MJQ Chief Finds.” Down Beat 23 March 1955: 15.

---. “Feather’s Nest.” Down Beat 9 March 1955: 8.

---. “Leonard Feather Berichtet Aus USA.” Jazz-Echo June 1955: 45.

---. “Leonard Feather Berichtet Aus USA.” Jazz-Echo January 1955: 46.

---. “Leonard Feather Berichtet Aus USA.” Jazz-Echo August 1955: 43.

Freeman, Don. “Christy Can’t See Movies.” Down Beat 2 November 1955: 15.

---. “The Greatest! That’s How An Exuberant Stan Kenton Labels Latest Edition of Big Band.” Down Beat 18 May 1955: 13, 23.

“Gil Fuller Leaves Kenton TV Show.” Down Beat 27 July 1955: 6.

Gillette, Lee. “Stan’s Friends Speak Out.” Metronome March 1955: 19, 24.

Gleason, Ralph J. “Jazz West Coast. A Short History of Music in California.” Down Beat 19 May 1955: 13, 43.

---. “Perspectives.” Down Beat 30 November 1955: 11.

Havens Jr, Harold F. “Letters to the Editor. Stan.” Metronome March 1955: 11.

“Heath, Kenton Switch?” Down Beat 29 June 1955: 7.

“Heath-Kenton Swap Could Lower Anglo-U.S. Barrier.” Down Beat 16 November 1955: 7.

“Heath-Kenton Switch Runs Into Trouble.” Down Beat 30 November 1955: 5.

Hein, Walther. “Jazz West Coast.” Jazz Podium September 1955: 5.

Hentoff, Nat. “Band Review. Are You Sure This Is Kenton?” Down Beat 27 July 1955: 17.

“Jazz-News. Amerika.” Jazz-Echo April 1955: 44.

“Jazz-News. Amerika.” Jazz-Echo October 1955: 43.

“Jazz-News. Amerika.” Jazz-Echo June 1955: 44.

“Jazz-News. Deutschland.” Jazz-Echo June 1955: 43.

Kelley, Fran. “Ken Hanna. Hollywood Bandleader.” Metronome May 1955: 14, 30.

Kenton, Stan. “According to Kenton.” Theme March 1955: 5-7.

---. “Stan on Jazz Today.” Metronome March 1955: 18.

“Kenton Crash Causes Sidemen Switches.” Melody Maker 5 December 1955: 8-9.

“‘Kenton Era’ Contest.” Down Beat 18 May 1955: 37.

“Kenton Expands His Organization.” Down Beat 9 February 1955: 6.

“Kenton for Britain. Ted Heath for U.S. Concert Tour.” Melody Maker 15 October 1955: 1, 10.

“Kenton Gets CBS TV Show.” Billboard 28 May 1955: 37.

“Kenton May Be on Summer TV.” Down Beat 4 May 1955: 3.

“‘Kenton Showcase’ to Tour Schools, but Without Stan.” Down Beat 19 October 1955: 5.

“Kenton Signs Another Fan.” Down Beat 9 March 1955: 5.

“Kenton’s Stern Im Steten Aufstieg.” Jazz Podium June 1955: 3.

“Kenton Startar Jazz International.” Orkester Journalen May 1955: 6.

“Kenton to Begin TV Show July 11.” Down Beat 1 June 1955: 3.

“Kenton Tour: First Dates Are Announced.” Melody Maker 31 December 1955: 1+.

Korall, Burt. “Picture. Pete Rugolo.” Metronome November 1955: 36.

---. “Record Review. Pete Rugolo and His Orchestra.” Metronome November 1955: 36.

---. “Stan Kenton Revisited.” Metronome October 1955: 42.

---. “Stan Kenton–Birdland.” Metronome September 1955: 21.

Kramer, Gary. “Dealer Doings.” Billboard 19 March 1955: 16.

---. “Modern School Head Best-Sellers’ Class.” Billboard 23 April 1955: 18.

“Lena Horne First Kenton TV Guest.” Down Beat 13 July 1955: 10.

Lippmann, Horst. “Stan Kenton Showcase - “The Music of Bill Holman” (Capitol).” Jazz Podium June 1955: 27.

“A Look at Some of the Quotes Kenton Made Over the Years.” Down Beat 9 March 1955: 7.

Lucraft, Howard. “Dateline USA. Stan in Hollywood: Signs Al Belletto for Capitol.” Metronome February 1955: 12.

---. “First Review on New Kenton Band.” Metronome July 1955: 8.

---. “The Jazz. News From Hollywood (The Kenton Crew).” Melody Maker 30 April 1955: 5.

---. “Stan Lends a Hand to a New Group Called Jazz International.” Metronome March 1955: 21, 32.

Mabley. “Radio & TV. The Kenton Show.” Down Beat 21 September 1955: 46.

Martin, Joe. “Sales Loom for Kenton De Luxe Set.” Billboard 26 February 1955: 30.

“Morte Heads Kenton Units.” Down Beat 23 March 1955: 3.

“MUSIC ‘55.” New York Times 10 July 1955:: n. pag.

“MUSIC ‘55.” New York Times 27 July 1955:: n. pag.

“Music As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard 23 April 1955: 34.

“Music As Written. Kaye, Kenton Draw Record Crowds.” Billboard 28 May 1955: 40.

“Music USA. Heath for Kenton.” Metronome December 1955: 6.

“Music USA. Kenton to Person.” Metronome June 1955: 5.

“NBC to Air Salute to Kenton, Others .” Billboard 26 February 1955: 57.

“People Are Talking About.” Vogue 15 April 1955: 86-7.

“Picture. A Carload of Talent.” Down Beat 9 March 1955: 1.

“Picture. Bill Russo.” Down Beat 23 March 1955: 20.

“Picture. Chicago’s Blue Note.” Down Beat 12 January 1955: 14.

“Picture. Newest Group to Be Signed by Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 26 January 1955: 15.

“Pictures. Stan and His Musicians.” Metronome March 1955: 20.

Race, S. “Giants of Jazz. Stan Kenton - His Sound Filled a Whole Decade.” Melody Maker 8 October 1955: 7.

---. “His Sound Filled a Whole Decade.” Melody Maker 8 October 1955: 7.

---. “New Kenton LP.” Melody Maker 22 January 1955: 2.

“Record Review. 23 Degrees North—82 Degrees West / Falling.” Billboard 28 May 1955: 52.

“Record Review. A Concert in Progressive Jazz (Capitol LCA H 172).” Jazz-Echo March 1955: 45.

“Record Review. A-Ting A-Ling / Malaguena.” Metronome April 1955: 39.

“Record Review. A-Ting A-Ling / Malaguena.” Billboard 26 February 1955: 52.

“Record Review. Contemporary Concepts.” Down Beat 30 November 1955: 20.

“Record Review. Duet.” Down Beat 30 November 1955: 20, 22.

“Record Review. Kenton Presents Jazz: Boots Mussulli.” Billboard 26 February 1955: 42.

“Record Review. The Music of Bill Holman (Telefunken Capitol H 526).” Jazz-Echo March 1955: 44.

“Record Review: Opus in Chartreuse / Sunset Tower.” Billboard 24 September 1955: 36.

“Record Review: The Kenton Era (Capitol WDX 569).” Theme March 1955: 19.

Rugolo, Pete. “Stan’s Friends Speak Out.” Metronome March 1955: 19, 24.

Russo, Bill, and Jerry Mulvihill. “Jazz Off the Record. Frank Rosolino: ‘Frank Speaking’.” Down Beat 9 March 1955: 6-7.

“Russo Waxes; Then to Europe.” Down Beat 1 June 1955: 5.

“‘Showcase’ Continues.” Down Beat 14 November 1955: 7.

Simon, George T. “Record Review. The Kenton Era.” Metronome March 1955: 28-29, 37.

---. “Stan on Records.” Metronome March 1955: 17, 35.

“Space Music.” Jazz Journal February 1955: 13.

“A Special Bill Russo Arrangement .” Down Beat 13 July 1955: 22-8.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Chicago.” Down Beat 27 July 1955: 40.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Cincinnati.” Down Beat 7 September 1955: 36.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Cleveland.” Down Beat 10 August 1955: 40.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Detroit.” Down Beat 5 October 1955: 55.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Detroit.” Down Beat 19 October 1955: 36.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Hollywood.” Down Beat 4 May 1955: 23.

“Strictly Ad Lib. San Francisco.” Down Beat 15 June 1955: 29.

“This Year, Good Things Are Coming in Some Big Packages. Capitol.” Down Beat 16 November 1955: 12.

Tracy, Jack. “Is ‘Kenton Era’ End for Stan?” Down Beat 9 March 1955: 6-7.

“TV’s Summer Lineup May Revive Bands.” Billboard 28 May 1955: 1.

Tynan, John A. “Caught in the Act. June Christy; Crescendo, Hollywood.” Down Beat 26 December 1955: 8.

Ulanov, Barry. “Record Review. Pete Rugolo’s Adventures in Rhythm.” Metronome January 1955: 25.

---. “Stan, the Man.” Metronome March 1955: 14-15, 34-35.

Valentine, A James. “Record Review: Contemporary Concepts (Capitol T666).” Theme 1955: 28.

“Want to Buy A Band?” Down Beat 20 April 1955: 54.

“Want to Buy A Band?” Down Beat 20 April 1955: 54.

“Waxers Face Earnings Pinch in Face of Big Cash Outlays.” Billboard 26 November 1955: 16, 44.

Wilson, Beverly. “Letters to the Editors. Beverly Trills.” Metronome June 1955: 13-4.

Wilson, John S. “The Kenton Odyssey.” High Fidelity April 1955: 70.

“Xmas Push for Kenton Album.” Billboard 26 November 1955: 15.


1956

“Ad. Cuban Fire.” Down Beat 5 September 1956: 2.

“Ad. Stan Kenton. Conn.” Metronome May 1956: 9.

“Ad. Westlake College of Music.” Metronome September 1956: 38.

“Ad. Westlake College of Music.” Metronome January 1956: 45.

Akacich, Buddie. “Chords and Discords. Takes A Stan.” Down Beat 17 October 1956: 4, 37.

“All Star Poll. Second Half Score.” Metronome September 1956: 15.

“Ann Richards Quits As Singer.” Down Beat 11 January 1956: 7.

“Band Reviews.” Variety 19 February 1956: 56.

“Band Routes.” Down Beat 14 November 1956: 41.

“Bands Across the Sea: Louis Follows Heath-Stan.” Down Beat 4 April 1956: 5.

“The Bands Swing Back.” Metronome November 1956: 21-23, 51.

Berendt, Joachim Ernst. “Stan Kenton Kommt Wieder!” Die Schallplatte 1956: 10-1.

“Bill’s Perkin’.” Down Beat 4 April 1956: 33.

“Breaks.” Der Drummer 1956: 5.

“British “Cats” Flip Lids with Jazz in Albert Hall.” Ottawa Citizen 12 March 1956: 1.

“British Stars Signed As Two Quit Kenton.” Melody Maker 7 April 1956: 1, 24.

Brown, Joe. “Stan Kenton in Deutschland.” Jazz-Echo June 1956: 42.

Brown, T. “Kenton’s Impact (Truth Behind Stan’s Tour).” Melody Maker 7 April 1956: 3.

Butcher, Mike. “Kenton Rhythm Section Surprises to British Critic Mike Butcher.” Down Beat 2 May 1956: 10.

“Capitol to Drop ‘Kenton Presents’.” Down Beat 11 January 1956: 13.

“Case in Point.” Down Beat 17 October 1956: 15.

Clancy, Mrs. William. “Chords and Discords. Getting Weary.” Down Beat 31 October 1956: 4, 6.

Clinton, Donald. “Chords and Discords. Stan Storm.” Down Beat 3 October 1956: 4.

Coss, Bill. “The Editor’s Page. Stanley, I Presume.” Metronome November 1956: 58.

---. “Record Review. Stan Kenton in Hi-Fi.” Metronome July 1956: 30.

---. “Stanley, I Presume.” Melody Maker November 1956: 58.

“Cover. June Christy.” Down Beat 31 October 1956: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Jazz Journal April 1956: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton and Ted Heath.” Down Beat 4 April 1956: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton et al.” Down Beat 21 March 1956: cover.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. A Classic Answer.” Down Beat 19 September 1956: 31.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Brownie Digs Only Modern Sounds.” Down Beat 22 February 1956: 25.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Cannonball Fires [Cannonball Adderley].” Down Beat 28 November 1956: 31.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Chico’s Choices.” Down Beat 17 October 1956: 29.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Cleveland Lauds Basie Band, Jay, Kai.” Down Beat 11 January 1956: 29.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Desmond Digs [Paul Desmond].” Down Beat 3 October 1956: 33.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Getz Chary with All Except Cohn, Sims [Stan Getz].” Down Beat 11 July 1956: 29.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Urbie Hears 3 Worth 4, None for 5 [Urbie Green].” Down Beat 8 August 1956: 31.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Zoot’s Case [Zoot Sims].” Down Beat 5 September 1956: 33.

---. “De A À Z. Leonard Feather Vous Explique Qui Est Ce Nouveau Messager Du Progressisme.” Jazz Magazine May 1956: 20-1.

---. “Dear Stan.” Down Beat 3 October 1956: 17.

---. “Feather À Kenton: “Ne Broyez Plus Du Noir!”.” Jazz Magazine November 1956: 9.

---. “Feather’s Nest.” Down Beat 11 July 1956: 33.

---. “Feather’s Nest.” Down Beat 14 November 1956: 36.

---. “Leonard Feather Berichtet Aus USA.” Jazz-Echo June 1956: 45.

---. “Usine À Juan. De A À Z. Leonard Feather Vous Explique Qui Est Ce Nouveau Messager Du Progressisme.” Jazz Magazine 1956: 17-21.

Feather, Leonard G, and J R Masson. “Ne Broyez Plus Du Noir!” Jazz Magazine 1956: 9.

“Front Matter.” Music Educators Journal 42.3 (January, 1956): 1-37. .

“Front Matter.” Music Educators Journal 42.6 (1956): 1-16. .

Gleason, Ralph J. “Band Review. Stan Kenton: War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco, and Sweet’s Ballroom, Oakland, Calif.” Down Beat 7 March 1956: 8.

---. “Strictly Ad Lib. San Francisco.” Down Beat 19 September 1956: 33.

Goodwin, Keith. “Kenton—The Band.” Jazz Journal April 1956: 1, 33.

“Grace Kelly’s Blues Oder Die Prinz Rainier Story.” Jazz Podium May 1956: 3.

Granz, Norman. “Chords and Discords. Consistency.” Down Beat 19 September 1956: 5.

H, E H. “Chords and Discords. Stan Storm.” Down Beat 3 October 1956: 4.

Haerdtl, Nino. “Record Review: Opus in Chartreuse / Sunset Tower (Capitol C 3243); The Handwritings on the Wall / Freddy (Capitol CL 3151); Malaguena / A Ting-A-Ling (Capitol CL 3047); Cool Eyes / She’s A Comely Wench” (Capitol CL 80924); Taboo / Lonesome Train (Capitol CL 80325).” Jazz Podium April 1956: 22.

Hagur, Douglas. “Stan Kenton.” Jazz Journal October 1956: 11+.

Hall, Gene. “North Texas State Boasts Only College Jazz Studies.” Down Beat 3 October 1956: 54.

“Heath, Kenton Sign Papers.” Down Beat 11 January 1956: 11.

Hentoff, Nat. “Kenton Contre Heath.” Jazz Hot February 1956: 23.

---. “Kenton Presents.” Jazz Hot January 1956: 26-7.

---. “Nouvelles D’Amérique. Kenton Dement.” Jazz Hot May 1956: 20.

“Homage to a Princess, London’s Festival Ballet.” Music Opinion September 1956: 705.

“Is Stan Kenton a Racist?” Washington Afro American 25 September 1956:: n. pag.

“Jazz-News. Amerika.” Jazz-Echo March 1956: 45.

“Jazz-News. Amerika.” Jazz-Echo August 1956: 50.

“Jazz-News. Amerika.” Jazz-Echo March 1956: 45.

“Jazz-News. Deutschland.” Jazz-Echo April 1956: 43.

“Jazz-News. Deutschland.” Jazz-Echo May 1956: 42.

“Jazz-News. Deutschland.” Jazz-Echo January 1956: 45.

“Jazz-News. Europa.” Jazz-Echo February 1956: 45.

“Jazz-News. Europa.” Jazz-Echo July 1956: 50.

“Jazz-News. Europa.” Jazz-Echo March 1956: 47.

“Johnny Richards Forming A Band.” Down Beat 13 June 1956: 41.

Kelley, Fran. “The Rugolo Secret?” Metronome May 1956: 20, 32.

Kenton, Stan. “Chords and Discords. A Firm Stan.” Down Beat 5 September 1956: 4.

“Kenton Ballet Hit Ad Sadler’s Wells (“Somnambulism”).” Melody Maker 2 June 1956: 10.

“Kenton Begins Tour of Britain March 11.” Down Beat 8 February 1956: 7.

“Kenton ‘Cool’ Say ‘Cats’ After Concert in London.” Oxnard Press-Courier 12 March 1956: 2.

“Kenton Is Restless Again; Looks for ‘New Sounds’.” Down Beat 11 January 1956: 9.

“Kenton Lops Nimitz, Sinatra.” Down Beat 16 May 1956: 9.

“Kenton Presents: Mehr Blech in Der Band, Aber Keine Combos Mehr.” Jazz Podium March 1956: 3.

“Kenton Rehearsing Band for British Tour. Added a Tuba and Two French Horns.” Melody Maker 28 January 1956: 1.

“Kenton Sell-Out. Extra London Show.” Melody Maker 14 January 1956: 1, 16.

“Kenton Svange De O Vaxjo.” Orkester Journalen May 1956: 10-1.

“Kenton Takes a Tuba, Two French Horns.” Down Beat 22 February 1956: 8.

“Kenton Vom 21. Bis 27. April in Deutschland.” Jazz Podium April 1956: 3.

Korall, Burt. “Stan Kenton at Birdland.” Metronome February 1956: 15.

“Les Concerts Kenton À Paris.” Jazz Hot June 1956: 27.

Levin, Michael. “Strictly Ad Lib. Hollywood.” Down Beat 14 November 1956: 41.

---. “Why Fidelity?” Down Beat 14 November 1956: 33, 48 .

Maher, Jack. “Stan Kenton (Capitol LP T 731).” Jazz Today November 1956: 36-7.

McCarthy, Albert J. “Editorial.” Jazz Monthly November 1956: 1.

---. “Stan Kenton. An Appraisal.” Jazz Monthly May 1956: 7-9, 31.

“Messie Pour Les Uns, Charlatan Pour Les Autres, Stan Kenton Dévoile, Devant 500.000 Européens, Les Secrets De Son Usine À Jazz.” Jazz Magazine May 1956: 17.

Mingus, Charles. “Chords and Discords. Stan Storm.” Down Beat 3 October 1956: 4.

Mordo, Peter. “Stan Kenton Spricht Über Jazz.” Jazz Podium June 1956: 11-2.

---. “Stan Kenton Spricht Über Jazz, Part 2.” Jazz Podium July 1956: 19-0.

Morgan, Alun, and Raymond A Horricks. “The Orchestra. Kenton, Barnet and the Self-Styled Progressives.” Modern Jazz. A Survey of Developments Since 1939. London: n.p., 1956.

Mulford, Ed. “Chords and Discords. Stan Storm.” Down Beat 3 October 1956: 4-5.

“Musicians Slugged in Sandwich Shop.” Toledo Blade 5 November 1956: 4.

“My American Journey; Ted Heath.” Melody Maker 19 May 1956: 3.

Nevard, Mike. “Is the Band Up to ‘Dublin’ Standards?” Melody Maker 14 April 1956: 5.

“News.” Jazz Podium September 1956: 4.

“News. Amerika.” Jazz-Echo November 1956: 48.

Nicholls, Brian. “A Jazzman’s Diary—Stan the Man.” Jazz Journal April 1956: 28.

“O, Kai!” Down Beat 16 May 1956: 7.

Payne, J. “Kenton—Was Tour Too Tough?” Melody Maker 14 April 1956: 4.

“Petite Histoire Du Jazz. Part 15: Un Habile Récolutionnaire.” Jazz Magazine March 1956: 24.

“Pianist Chevallier Wins Kenton Award.” Down Beat 8 August 1956: 39.

“Record Review. Cuban Fire.” Down Beat 28 November 1956: 24.

“Record Review. Dance to the Bands.” Metronome November 1956: 29.

“Record Review. Kenton in Hi-Fi.” Billboard 26 May 1956: 28.

“Record Review: Cuban Fire.” Billboard 1 September 1956: 26.

“Record Review: Stan Kenton and His Orchestra (Capitol CD 3243).” Jazz-Echo April 1956: 46.

“Record Survey.” Metronome August 1956: 13-18, 23, 31-32, 34, 38.

“Richards Sees Band Start in December.” Down Beat 12 December 1956: 9.

Rogers, Frank. “Chords and Discords. Getting Weary.” Down Beat 31 October 1956: 6.

“Rugolo in Album Deal at Mercury.” Down Beat 11 July 1956: 8.

Russo, Bill. “Kenton: About the Man and His Music.” Playboy February 1956: 43-47, 56, 66-67.

“Russo Jazz Ballet Gets Europe Premiere.” Down Beat 8 February 1956: 30.

Silverman, Ken. “Chords and Discords. Stan Storm.” Down Beat 3 October 1956: 4.

Simpson, Sam. “Chords and Discords. Stan Storm.” Down Beat 3 October 1956: 4.

“Somnambulism, Sadler’s Wells Theatre Ballet.” Music Opinion August 1956: 649.

“Stan Kenton Decides to Remain in West.” Down Beat 12 December 1956: 10.

“Stan Kenton Kicks Off British Tour with Progressive Band: Heath to U.S.” Variety 21 March 1956: 45.

“Stan Kenton Profiled by Ex-Sideman Russo.” Down Beat 22 February 1956: 13.

“Stan Kenton Und Sein Orchester 1956. Ein Schritt Vorwärts – Oder Zurück!” Jazz Podium June 1956: 5-6.

“Stan Kenton Und Sein Orchester — Contemporary Concepts (Capitol T 666).” Jazz-Echo July 1956: 49.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Boston.” Down Beat 5 September 1956: 36.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Chicago.” Down Beat 8 August 1956: 34.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Chicago.” Down Beat 13 June 1956: 32.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Cincinnati.” Down Beat 11 July 1956: 31.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Cleveland.” Down Beat 5 September 1956: 37.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Detroit.” Down Beat 11 January 1956: 38.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Hollywood.” Down Beat 3 October 1956: 45.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Hollywood.” Down Beat 22 February 1956: 27.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Hollywood.” Down Beat 21 March 1956: 36-7.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Hollywood.” Down Beat 8 February 1956: 39.

Sundin, B. “Klangfrossa; Kentons Musiik Emotionellt Omogen.” Orkester Journalen May 1956: 8-9.

“Tätlicher Angriff Auf Kenton.” Jazz Podium May 1956: 3.

Teta, J Vincent. “Chords and Discords. Subversive Talk?” Down Beat 2 May 1956: 4.

“Three Extra Kenton Concerts Fixed for London During April.” Melody Maker 21 January 1956: 9.

Traill, Sinclair. “Kenton—The Concert.” Jazz Journal April 1956: 1, 33.

Tynan, John A. “Here’s A Survey of Dance Business Across the Whole Country Today.” Down Beat 4 November 1956: 20-21, 64.

---. “Johnny Richards Seeks Entry in Big Band Field.” Down Beat 28 November 1956: 19.

---. “That Misty Miss Christy.” Down Beat 31 October 1956: 13.

“Want to Buy A Band?” Down Beat 18 April 1956: 56.

Whittle, Tommy. “Whittle on Kenton.” Melody Maker 21 April 1956: 8.

Zimmerle, Dieter. “Stan Kenton - Auf Jeden Fall Jazz!” Jazz Podium April 1956: 4, 9.

---. “Zu Unserem Titelbild. Stan Kenton: “Auf Jeden Fall Jazz!”.” Jazz Podium April 1956: 1, 4, 9.

“Zimmer Mit Bad.” Jazz Podium May 1956: 23.


1957

“Ad. Kenton with Voices.” Down Beat 25 July 1957: 36.

“Band Routes.” Down Beat 2 May 1957: 42.

“Band Routes.” Down Beat 4 April 1957: 42.

“Band Routes.” Down Beat 6 February 1957: 16, 39.

“Band Routes.” Down Beat 4 April 1957: 72.

Begley, Peet. “Chords and Discords. Ole!” Down Beat 17 October 1957: 4.

“The Big Bands Are Swinging Out.” Metronome October 1957: 16, 26.

“Bob Graettinger Gestorben.” Jazz Podium May 1957: 3.

Conover, Willis. “In Retrospect 1957-1967.” Down Beat 4 April 1957: 14, 18.

Cooley, L J. “The National Dance Band Camp.” School Musician April 1957: 28-9.

Coss, Bill. “The Jazz Festival at Newport.” Metronome September 1957: 19.

---. “The Johnny Richards Orchestra.” Metronome December 1957: 18-9.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Metronome August 1957: cover.

“Cross Section. June Christy.” Down Beat 12 December 1957: 16.

“Dance Band Camp in Indiana June 16.” Down Beat 18 April 1957: n. pag.

“The Disc Jockeys. Interviews with Stan Kenton.” Metronome August 1957: 14-5.

Emge, Charles. “The Rendezvous.” Down Beat 18 April 1957: 49.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. Bands for Sammy [Sammy Kaye] .” Down Beat 23 January 1957: 33.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Hi-Logic [The Hi-Lo’s].” Down Beat 8 August 1957: 29.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Sal Meanders [Sal Salvador].” Down Beat 17 October 1957: 33.

---. “Un Sicilien a Paris.” Jazz Magazine March 1957: 8, 12.

Gold, Don. “Cross-Section. Bill Russo.” Down Beat 8 August 1957: 12.

---. “Cross-Section. Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 25 July 1957: 19.

---. “Heard in Person.” Down Beat 5 September 1957: 33.

---. “Here’s Bill Holman: A Diverted Engineer.” Down Beat 4 April 1957: n. pag.

“Jazz-News.” Jazz-Echo March 1957: 47.

“Kenton Bent on Newport.” Down Beat 11 July 1957: 9.

Korall, Burt. “Stan Kenton. Another TV Try.” Melody Maker 21 December 1957: 2.

Lanouette, W J. “Chords and Discords. Exhilarating Display.” Down Beat 5 September 1957: 6.

Lichtenauer, William E. “Chords and Discords. Send in the Reserves.” Down Beat 3 October 1957: 6.

Lucraft, Howard. “Kenton Can Hit Jackpot with His Modern Men.” Melody Maker 24 November 1957: 8.

Maher, Jack. “Johnny Richards.” Metronome July 1957: 30, 32.

---. “Picture. Johnny Richards.” Metronome February 1957: 32.

---. “Record Review. Johnny Richards. Something Else.” Metronome February 1957: 32.

“Music News. U.S.A. Est. Looking Backward.” Down Beat 31 October 1957: 11.

“News.” Jazz Podium March 1957: 4.

“‘Playboy’ Readers Pick Jazz Greats.” Down Beat 6 March 1957: 14.

“Record Review. Back to Balboa.” Billboard 19 May 1957: 22.

“Record Review. Kenton with Voices.” Billboard 1 July 1957: 38.

Schaefer, Dick. “Strictly Ad Lib. Cincinnati.” Down Beat 16 May 1957: 40.

Simon, Bill. “Stan Kenton to Tour with Guy Mitchell.” Melody Maker 16 March 1957: 14.

“Stan Kenton.” Berlin-Jazz January 1957: 13.

“Stan Kenton Entered the Music World at the Age of 14.” Billboard 19 August 1957: 45.

“Strictly Ad Lib. New York.” Down Beat 18 April 1957: 49.

“Student Band Camp Slated.” Down Beat 9 January 1957: 50.

Terkel, Studs. “Stan Kenton. Restless Spirit.” Giants of Jazz. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1957. 161-175.

Tynan, John. “Funny Frank.” Down Beat 6 February 1957: 16, 39.

---. “Strictly Ad Lib. Hollywood. Nite Scene.” Down Beat 20 February 1957: 37.

---. “Time Is the Quality Mel Lewis Has.” Down Beat 12 December 1957: 22, 55.

“U.S.A. Midwest. Kenton on Ravinia Roster.” Down Beat 16 May 1957: 10.

Ulanov, Barry. “Newport Jazz Festival.” Down Beat 8 August 1957: 15.

Valentine, A James. “Record Review: Cuban Fire (Capitol T-731).” Theme January 1957: 11.

Wallace Jr, Ward. “Chords and Discords. Some Thoughts.” Down Beat 6 March 1957: 6.

“Want to Buy A Band?” Down Beat 18 April 1957: 49.

WH. “ ... Und Neues in Kürze Von “way Out West”.” Jazz Podium September 1957: 11.

“Where They’re Playing.” Down Beat 16 May 1957: 42.


1958

“Ad. Bill Russo: Writing for the Jazz Orchestra.” Down Beat 2 October 1958: 35.

“Ad. Bill Russo: Writing for the Jazz Orchestra.” Down Beat 18 September 1958: 57.

“Around the World with Music USA.” Metronome October 1958: 6-7, 9.

“Birdland, N.Y.” Variety 1 October 1958: 6.

Cerulli, Dom. “Record Review. Rendezvous with Kenton.” Down Beat 1 May 1958: 21.

Cook, H. “Kenton Crew Drives with Cool Steam.” Billboard 29 September 1958: 5.

Coss, Bill. “Please Pardon My Asking What’s New.” 75 January 1958: 14.

---. “Record Review. Rendezvous with Kenton.” Metronome April 1958: 26.

“Cover. Stan Kenton: Jazz’ Controversial Man.” Cover 20 February 1958: cover.

Crater, George. “Out of My Head.” Down Beat 24 July 1958: 23.

“Cross Section. Art Pepper.” Down Beat 16 October 1958: 13.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. Al Mangles [Albert Mangelsdorff].” Down Beat 18 September 1958: 45.

---. “The Blindfold Test. John’s Ideas [Johnny Richards].” Down Beat 1 May 1958: 31-2.

---. “Feather’s Nest.” Down Beat 17 April 1958: 58.

---. “The Jazzman As Critic. The Best of the Blindfold Test, 1951-1958. Reactions to Stan Kenton.” The New Yearbook of Jazz. New York: Horizon Press, 1958. 77-81.

GL. “Record Review: Rendezvous with Kenton.” Jazz Journal May 1958: 27.

Gold, Don. “Cross Section. Shorty Rogers.” Down Beat 10 July 1958: 13.

---. “Record Review. Back to Balboa.” Down Beat 10 July 1958: 25, 28.

---. “Record Review. The Rites of Diablo [Johnny Richards].” Down Beat 2 October 1958: 35.

---. “Tape Reviews. Rendezvous with Kenton.” Down Beat 13 November 1958: 30.

“The Golden Days of Swing.” Metronome August 1958: 16-18, 20.

Gourfain, Peter. “Cover.” Down Beat 20 February 1958: cover.

Herdien, Bob. “Just Jazz.” The Lima News 12 July 1958:: n. pag.

“Jazz Personalities in the News. Items.” Metronome February 1958: 11.

“Jazz Revolution of the Forties.” Metronome August 1958: 24-28, 40.

“Kenton Quits.” Down Beat 29 May 1958: 11.

Lucraft, Howard. “Hollywood Spotlights.” Metronome December 1958: 7.

McCarthy, Albert J. “Record Review. Standards in Silhouette.” Jazz Monthly May 1958: 14.

Molter, Harold, Robert Davis, and Richard Blake. “Chords and Discords. Stan’s the Man.” Down Beat 13 November 1958: 6.

“Music News. Picture. Stan Kenton and Fred Antman.” Down Beat 10 July 1958: 9.

“Music News. Picture. Stan Kenton Bobby Troup and Jimmie Baker.” Down Beat 10 July 1958: 12.

“Music News. U.S.A. West. In Good Shape.” Down Beat 9 January 1958: 13.

“News.” Jazz Podium September 1958: 187.

“Picture. Stan Kenton.” Down Beat Music ‘58 1958: 16.

“Presseschau.” NJCB Report (New Jazz-Circle Berlin) March 1958: 5.

PT. “Record Review: Kenton Era (Part 1).” Jazz Journal October 1958: 17, 20.

“Record Review: The Ballad Style of Stan Kenton.” Billboard 20 October 1958: 19.

Russo, Bill. “Bill Russo Plans An Orchestra.” Down Beat 17 April 1958: 15.

Sheridan, Fran. “Chords and Discords. Styles, Styles.” Down Beat 17 April 1958: 4.

Slonimsky, Nicholas, Jules Foster, John Mehegan, and Martin Williams. “Educators Argue Merits of Jazz.” Metronome October 1958: 10-11, 39-41.

“‘Stars of Jazz’ Goes Network.” Down Beat 24 July 1958: 22.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Chicago.” Down Beat 25 December 1958: 45.

Tynan, John. “Cross Section. Bill Holman.” Down Beat 7 August 1958: 13.

---. “Take Five.” Down Beat 18 September 1958: 53.

Tynan, John A. “Stan Kenton. A New Direction.” Down Beat 20 February 1958: 15-6.

---. “Stan Kenton Has a Deep Faith in the Future of “Heartfelt” Music.” Down Beat 6 March 1958: 19-20.

Vogel, Eric T. “Die Band, Die Ich Habe, Ist Meine Beste! - Ein Stan Kenton Interview.” Jazz Podium November 1958: 229.

“Want to Buy A Band?” Down Beat 17 April 1958: 52.

“The Year in Music.” Down Beat Music ‘58 1958: 16.


1959

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 5 February 1959: 36.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 3 July 1959: 29.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 30 April 1959: 46.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 28 May 1959: 45.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 6 August 1959: 28.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 19 February 1959: 38.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 11 June 1959: 36.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 14 May 1959: 46.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 16 April 1959: 8.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 9 July 1959: 42.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 25 June 1959: 47.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 23 July 1959: 28.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 10 December 1959: 67.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 2 April 1959: 40.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 5 March 1959: 36.

“Ad. Stan Kenton. Thank You Ballroom Operators.” Down Beat 15 October 1959: 3.

“Ad. Stan Kenton Prefers the Conn Sound.” Down Beat 24 December 1959: 42.

Coss, B. “Record Review. Johnny Richards. Experiments in Sound.” Metronome March 1959: 35.

Coss, Bill. “Bill Russo in Profile.” Metronome June 1959: 19.

---. “Record Review. Pete Rugolo. Percussion at Work.” Metronome April 1959: 28.

---. “Record Review. Pete Rugolo Plays Stan Kenton.” Metronome July 1959: 36.

---. “Record Review. The Ballad Style of Stan Kenton.” Metronome February 1959: 34.

“Cross Section. Michel Legrand.” Down Beat 2 April 1959: 13.

“Dance Band Directory.” Down Beat 16 April 1959: 49.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. Manny Albam.” Down Beat 1 October 1959: 41-2.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Two Basses.” Down Beat 22 January 1959: 45.

“Festival Plans Near Completion.” Down Beat 11 June 1959: 14-5.

“Garber Wins As Favorite of Ballroom Operators.” Down Beat 1 October 1959: 16.

Gold, Don. “Record Review. Ann Richards.” Down Beat 8 January 1959: 23.

---. “Record Review. Lush Interlude.” Down Beat 5 February 1959: 27.

---. “Tangents.” Down Beat 2 April 1959: 42.

Gonzalez, I. “Chords and Discords. You Couldn’t Hear Perk.” Down Beat 23 July 1959: 6.

Harrison, Max. “Record Review: Back to Balboa.” Jazz Monthly February 1959: 18.

Hoefer, George. “Festival Reports. No. 2–Randall’s Island.” Down Beat 17 September 1959: 14.

Hoefer, George, and Gene Lees. “Newport: The Biggest Ever!” Down Beat 6 August 1959: 12-5.

“Jazz Portrait: Amazing Stan Kenton.” Music USA June 1959: 7.

“Jazz Schools (Indiana University Offering Stan Kenton Clinics).” Music USA June 1959: 7.

KB. “Record Review: The Ballad Style of Stan Kenton.” Jazz Journal July 1959: 21.

---. “Record Review: The Stage Door Swings.” Jazz Journal December 1959: 17.

“Kenton, Christy, Freshmen Tour.” Down Beat 16 April 1959: 14.

“Kenton-Disco Aus Berlin.” Schlagzeug January 1959: 5.

“The Kenton Discography.” Schlagzeug September 1959: 15.

“The Kenton Discography, by Horst H Lange [book review].” Musica Jazz November 1959: 20.

Lange, Horst H. “Record Review: The Stage Door Swings (Capitol).” Schlagzeug August 1959: 32-3.

Lees, Gene. “Report on Three Festivals. No. 3–Playboy.” Down Beat 3 September 1959: 17.

Lucraft, Howard. “Jazz Out West.” Music USA December 1959: 13.

---. “Jazz Out West. Stan Kenton.” Metronome March 1959: 45.

---. “Lucraft’s Hollywood.” Metronome May 1959: 8.

---. “Lucraft’s Hollywood.” Metronome April 1959: 10.

McKinney, Jack. “Bill Holman: Heat, Heart and Humor.” Metronome August 1959: 15.

McNamara, Helen. “Report on Three Festivals. No. 1–Toronto.” Down Beat 3 September 1959: 14.

“Music As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard 28 September 1959: 28.

“Music News. Kenton Blasts Stereo.” Down Beat 20 August 1959: 19.

“Music News. U.S.A. Midwest. Down Beat Scholarships.” Down Beat 16 April 1959: 13.

“Music News. U.S.A. West. Kenton, Christy, Freshmen Tour.” Down Beat 16 April 1959: 14.

“Music News. U.S.S. East. More Jazz Festivals.” Down Beat 5 March 1959: 10.

Peeples, William. “Report on Three Festivals. No. 2–French Lick.” Down Beat 3 September 1959: 15-6.

“Le Prix Stan Kenton Sera Décerné Cette Année.” Jazz Magazine August 1959: 9.

“Record Review. Lush Interlude.” Billboard 19 January 1959: 30.

“Record Review. Rugolo Plays Kenton.” Down Beat 9 July 1959: 35-6.

“Record Review. The Kenton Touch.” Billboard 30 November 1959: 30.

“Record Review. The Stage Door Swings.” Billboard 13 April 1959: 30.

“Record Review. Whistle Walk.” Billboard 11 May 1959: 47.

“Stan Kenton Out of U.S. Down Beat Poll.” Melody Maker 12 December 1959: 16.

“Stan Kenton Plans Second Tour.” Melody Maker 26 September 1959: 1.

“Stan Kenton Wieder Fit.” Jazz Podium January 1959: 4.

Stone, Donald R. “Festival Reports. No. 1–Detroit.” Down Beat 17 September 1959: 13.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Chicago.” Down Beat 5 February 1959: 38.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Chicago. In Person.” Down Beat 10 December 1959: 67.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 29 October 1959: 51.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 14 May 1959: 39.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 15 October 1959: 48.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles. Jazz Notes.” Down Beat 2 April 1959: 36.

“Strictly Ad Lib. New York.” Down Beat 30 April 1959: 47.

“Strictly Ad Lib. New York.” Down Beat 9 July 1959: 8, 43.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Philadelphia.” Down Beat 1 October 1959: 52-3.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Philidelphia.” Down Beat 8 January 1959: 50.

Suber, Charles. “The First Chorus.” Down Beat 3 September 1959: 4.

---. “The First Chorus.” Down Beat 22 January 1959: 4.

Testoni, G. “Gli Autori Dei Termi.” Musica Jazz December 1959: 37.

“They Came to Learn at the Band Camp.” Down Beat 1 October 1959: 24-5.

Tynan, John A. “Record Review. The Stage Door Swings.” Down Beat 28 May 1959: 34.

“What’s Score?” Down Beat 24 March 1959: 1.

“Wie Stehen Wir Heute Da? Jazz-Prominenz Antwortet Auf Drei Fragen Des “Schlagzeug”.” Schlagzeug May 1959: 6-7.


1960

“10 Years Ago.” Down Beat 26 May 1960: 58.

“8th Ballroom Operators Poll.” Down Beat 13 October 1960: 22.

“Ad. Bill Russo. Composing for Jazz Orchestra.” Down Beat 20 July 1960: 68.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 7 July 1960: 47.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 23 June 1960: 56.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 21 July 1960: 71.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 7 January 1960: 45.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 4 February 1960: 41.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 31 March 1960: 31.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 26 May 1960: 46.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 3 March 1960: 51.

“Ad. National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat 4 August 1960: 43.

“Ad. Stan Kenton Prefers the Conn Sound.” Down Beat 12 May 1960: 47.

“Ad. Stan Kenton Prefers the Conn Sound.” Down Beat 9 June 1960: 45.

“Ad. Stan Kenton Prefers the Conn Sound.” Down Beat 17 March 1960: 47.

“Around the World with Metronome.” Metronome October 1960: 6.

“Band Routes.” Down Beat 28 April 1960: 23.

Beisel, Marvin. “Chords and Discords. Slips That Don’t Pass.” Down Beat 21 January 1960: 6.

Caplan, Dave. “The Stan Kenton - Johnny Richards Duo.” Coda June 1960: 25.

Carr, Mimi. “Record Review. The Kenton Touch.” Jazz Review June 1960: 25-6.

Coss, Bill. “Record Review. Standards in Silhouette.” Metronome September 1960: 33-4.

---. “Record Review. The Many Moods of Ann Richards.” Metronome October 1960: 37.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 28 April 1960: cover.

“Dance Band Directory.” Down Beat 28 April 1960: 60.

Deitchman, Peter. “Chords and Discords. Slips That Don’t Pass.” Down Beat 21 January 1960: 6.

DeMichael, Don. “Record Review. The Kenton Touch (Capitol).” Down Beat 18 February 1960: 32.

Dietzel, H J. “The Kenton Discography, by Horst H Lange [book review].” Jazz Monthly February 1960: 25.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. Ernie Wilkins.” Down Beat 9 June 1960: 39-40.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Nat Adderley.” Down Beat 10 November 1960: 45.

---. “The Blindfold Test [Pete Rugolo].” Down Beat 15 September 1960: 33.

---. “Feather’s Nest.” Down Beat 1 September 1960: 43-4.

Fend, Bill. “Stan Kenton, Part 1.” Jazz Notes/Indianapolis December 1960: 2-4.

Fox, Charles, Peter Gammond, Alun Morgon, and Alexis Korner. Jazz on Record. A Critical Guide. London: Grey Arrow, 1960. 199-201.

“Front Matter.” Music Educators Journal 46.4 (1960): 1-55. .

Gleason, Ralph J. “Stan Kenton–The Restless Searcher.” Down Beat 28 April 1960: 24-7.

Heckman, Don. “Record Review. Standards in Silhouette.” Jazz Review November 1960: 27-8.

“Kenton-Basie Fall Tour Set.” Down Beat 29 September 1960: 17.

“Kenton Calls for Freedom.” Down Beat 8 December 1960: 11-2.

“The Kenton Discography, by Horst H. Lange.” Schlagzeug January 1960: 26.

Lange, Horst H. “Record Review: Contemporary Concepts (Capitol LP T-666).” Schlagzeug February 1960: 34.

Lees, Gene. “College Jazz Festival.” Down Beat 28 April 1960: 28-29, 34.

---. “A Look at the Ledger.” Down Beat 21 January 1960: 13.

Lippmann, Horst. “Record Review: Contemporary Concepts (Capitol T666).” Jazz Podium July 1960: 164.

Lucraft, Howard. “Mrs. Kenton’s New Careers.” Metronome July 1960: 25.

---. “Stan Kenton’s New Sounds.” Metronome July 1960: 24.

---. “Up Front. From All Over.” Metronome March 1960: 8.

NC. “Record Review. Bill Russo. School of Rebellion.” Metronome August 1960: 36-7.

Nemeyer, Carole. “Chords and Discords. Congratulations Ralph.” Down Beat 18 August 1960: 10.

“News.” Jazz Podium December 1960: 260.

Norris, John. “United States. Los Angeles.” Coda October 1960: 15-6.

Park, Jack. “Chords and Discords. For and Against Kenton.” Down Beat 8 December 1960: 6.

Pepke, Pete. “Letters.” Coda January 1960: 31.

“Picture. Stan Kenton, Woody Herman and Dizzy Gillespie.” Metronome June 1960: 19.

“Picture. Stan Kenton and Herman D. Kenin.” Down Beat 29 October 1960: 15.

“Record Review. My Love / Steady [with Nat King Cole].” Billboard 4 July 1960: 21.

“Record Review: Opus in Chartreuse Cha Cha Cha / Chocolate Caliente.” Billboard 18 April 1960: 46.

“Roundabout.” Coda November 1960: 5.

“Second Year for Western Band Clinic.” Down Beat 29 September 1960: 15.

Sherman, Bernie. “Chords and Discords. For and Against Kenton.” Down Beat 8 December 1960: 6.

“Stan Kenton and the 2nd Annual Band Camp.” Down Beat 29 September 1960: 23-5.

“Stan Kenton Clinic Receives $1000 From AFofM.” International Musician October 1960: 7, 16.

“Stan the Man.” Metronome September 1960: concluded overleaf.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Chicago.” Down Beat 21 January 1960: 47.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 26 May 1960: 57.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 3 March 1960: 54.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 18 February 1960: 42.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 3 March 1960: 53.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 21 January 1960: 51.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 12 May 1960: 49.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Montreal.” Down Beat 10 November 1960: 50.

“Strictly Ad Lib. San Diego.” Down Beat 28 April 1960: 84.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Seattle.” Down Beat 4 February 1960: 42.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Toronto.” Down Beat 24 November 1960: 47.

Suber, Charles. “The First Chorus.” Down Beat 29 September 1960: 4.

---. “The First Chorus.” Down Beat 28 April 1960: 4.

Sylvia, Don. “Chords and Discords. Listen to the Little Guys.” Down Beat 18 August 1960: 8, 10.

Tynan, John A. “The Box Office Blues. Bowl Fest.” Down Beat 4 August 1960: 14-6.

---. “Record Review. Standards in Silhouette (Capitol).” Down Beat 4 August 1960: 30, 32.

---. “Record Review. Stan Kenton & June Christy & Four Freshmen - “Road Show” (Capitol).” Down Beat 31 March 1960: 27-8.

“United States. Buffalo.” Coda October 1960: 14.

“Up Beat Section. Safranski Joins Camp Faculty.” Down Beat 21 July 1960: n. pag.

Vaughan, Sam. “Guest Editor: Sam Vaughan.” Metronome October 1960: 10-1.


1961

“Ad. Berklee.” Down Beat 28 September 1961: 6.

“Ad. Berklee.” Down Beat 17 August 1961: 6.

“Ad. Bill Russo Composing for Jazz Orchestra.” Down Beat 28 September 1961: 72.

“Ad. Bill Russo Composing for Jazz Orchestra.” Down Beat 23 November 1961: 55.

“Ad. National Band Camp.” Down Beat 28 September 1961: 73.

“Ad. Stan Kenton and Jerry McKenzie.” Down Beat 9 November 1961: 6.

“Ad. Stan Kenton Manuscript Dance Band Series.” Down Beat 2 February 1961: 36.

“Ad. Stan Kenton Manuscript Dance Band Series.” Down Beat 19 January 1961: 52.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Clinics.” Down Beat 5 January 1961: 50.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Clinics.” Down Beat 16 March 1961: 42.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Clinics.” Down Beat 20 July 1961: 70.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Clinics.” Down Beat 19 January 1961: 39.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Clinics.” Down Beat 19 February 1961: 58.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Clinics.” Down Beat 22 June 1961: 54.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Clinics.” Down Beat 27 April 1961: 74.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Clinics.” Down Beat 21 December 1961: 70.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Clinics.” Down Beat 25 May 1961: 54.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Clinics.” Down Beat 11 May 1961: 42.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Clinics.” Down Beat 13 April 1961: 50.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Clinics.” Down Beat 2 March 1961: 50.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Clinics.” Down Beat 6 July 1961: 46.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Clinics.” Down Beat 2 February 1961: 46.

“Ann, Man! Kenton’s Canary Sheds Her Feathers for Playboy.” Playboy June 1961: 86-9.

“The Annual Fall Sideman Shakeup.” Down Beat 26 October 1961: 14.

Balliett, Whitney. “Artistry in Limbo.” The Sound of Jazz. 46 Pieces on Jazz. London: n.p., 1961. 27-29.

“Band Review.” Variety 14 July 1961: 47.

“Band Review.” Variety 14 June 1961: 47.

“Basin Street East.” Variety 6 July 1961: 42.

“Basin Street East, NY.” Variety 27 September 1961: 62.

“Big Band Directory.” Down Beat 27 April 1961: 54.

Byrd, Donald. “Chords and Discords. Message From Byrd.” Down Beat 7 December 1961: 6.

Coss, Bill. “The Randall’s Island Festival.” Down Beat 12 October 1961: 15.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” International Musician July 1961: cover.

Davis, Jarrol. “Chords and Discords. You’re Welcome.” Down Beat 28 September 1961: 8.

“The Editorial.” Down Beat 31 August 1961: 4.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. Al Hirt.” Down Beat 12 October 1961: 37.

---. “The Blindfold Test. George Russell.” Down Beat 5 January 1961: 43.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Helen Humes.” Down Beat 11 May 1961: 35.

---. “Stan Kenton.” International Musician July 1961: 18-9.

Fend, Bill. “Stan Kenton, Part 2.” Jazz Notes/Indianapolis February 1961: 19-21.

Gardner, Barbara. “Record Review. Live From the Las Vegas Tropicana” (Capitol T 1460).” Down Beat 19 January 1961: 32.

Gitler, Ira. “Record Review. Bill Russo: The Seven Deadly Sins.” Down Beat 31 August 1961: 26.

Harrison, Max. “Kenton, Stan.” Jazz Era. The Forties. Ed. Stanley Dance. London: The Jazz Book Club & MacGibbon & Kee, 1961. 159-160.

Hume, Kenneth. “United States. Los Angeles.” Coda March 1961: 15.

---. “United States. Los Angeles.” Coda February 1961: 17.

---. “United States. Los Angeles. Late News Notes.” Coda March 1961: 15.

“In the News.” Music Educators Journal 48.2 (1961): 6+8+10. .

“It Doesn’t Make Sense Says Stan Kenton.” Melody Maker 17 June 1961: 7.

Kenton, Stan. “Why the Band Clinic.” International Musician March 1961: 24.

“Kenton Clinicians Set for Summer.” Down Beat 22 June 1961: 14.

Kilgallen, Dorothy. “Voice of Broadway. Kenton Wants Custody of Children .” Daytona Beach Morning Journal 14 October 1961: 8.

Lees, Gene. “Kenton Clinics.” Down Beat 28 September 1961: 21-3.

---. “Record Review. Bill Russo: School of Rebellion.” Down Beat 5 January 1961: 33-4.

Lucraft, Howard. “The Jazz Scene. Hollywood.” Metronome July 1961: 6.

Masson, J-R. “La Nouvelle Èra.” Jazz Magazine 1961: 17.

Mathieu, Bill. “Record Review. North Texas Lab Band.” Down Beat 28 September 1961: 34-5.

Matthews, L B. “Chords and Discords. A Slip of the Pen.” Down Beat 28 September 1961: 6.

Morgenstern, Dan. “The Festivals: Twilight of the Giants? Randall’s Island.” Metronome November 1961: 14.

---. “The Jazz Scene. New York.” Metronome November 1961: 6.

Neal, Gordon. “Chords and Discords.” Down Beat 30 March 1961: 6.

Nicolausson, Harry. “Record Review: Standards in Silhouette (Capitol).” Orkester Journalen February 1961: 26.

Norris, John. “The Creative World of Stan Kenton.” Coda July 1961: 29-30.

“Le Nouvelle Ere.” Jazz Magazine June 1961: 17.

“Record Review: Stan Kenton Presents North Texas Lab Band.” Billboard 12 June 1961: 38.

“Record Review: Too [sic] Much!” Billboard 9 January 1961: 20.

Schulz-Köhn, Dr. Dietrich. Stan Kenton. Ein Porträt. Wetzlar: Pegasus Verlag, 1961. Jazz Bücherei .

Stallard, Mariellen. “The Jazz Scene. Texas.” Metronome September 1961: 6.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Chicago.” Down Beat 11 May 1961: 39.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Chicago.” Down Beat 7 December 1961: 53.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Dallas.” Down Beat 6 July 1961: 45.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 28 September 1961: 73.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 7 December 1961: 53.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 25 May 1961: 53.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 17 August 1961: 51.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 21 December 1961: 64.

“Strictly Ad Lib. New York.” Down Beat 19 January 1961: 50.

“Strictly Ad Lib. New York.” Down Beat 3 August 1961: 12.

“Strictly Ad Lib. New York.” Down Beat 26 October 1961: 41.

“Strictly Ad Lib. New York.” Down Beat 2 March 1961: 47.

“Strictly Ad Lib. New York.” Down Beat 20 July 1961: 66.

“Strictly Ad Lib. New York.” Down Beat 9 November 1961: 42.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Philadelphia.” Down Beat 20 July 1961: 68-9.

Suber, Charles. “The First Chorus.” Down Beat 5 January 1961: 4.

“Talent Topics. Stan Kenton Will Introduce His “New Era in Modern American Music” at Las Vegas’ Riviera Hotel.” Billboard 27 March 1961: 10.

Taylor, Randy. “Chords and Discords. RJG and the Big Bands.” Down Beat 31 August 1961: 6.

Tynan, John A. “Caught in the Act. Stan Kenton, Riviera Lounge, Las Vegas.” Down Beat 6 July 1961: 42.

---. “Record Review. The Romantic Approach (Capitol).” Down Beat 28 September 1961: 33.

---. “Stan Kenton. A New Striving.” Down Beat 27 April 1961: 22-33.

Wedder, Noel. “Chords and Discords. Attention DJs.” Down Beat 19 January 1961: 6.

---. “Readers Forum.” Metronome February 1961: 4.

White, Ted. “Record Review. Bill Russo. Seven Deadly Sins.” Metronome July 1961: 31-2.

Wilson, John S. “Record Review. Bill Holman’s Great Big Band.” Down Beat 16 February 1961: 28.

Winkler, Hans-Jürgen. “Stan Kenton.” Jazz Für Jedermann. N.p.: n.p., 1961. 257-259.


1962

“Ad. Mama Sang A Song.” Billboard 6 October 1962: 13.

Cole, Nikki. “That Band From North Texas.” Down Beat 27 September 1962: 22.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 27 September 1962: cover.

DeMichael, Don. “Record Review. West Side Story.” Down Beat 4 January 1962: 28-9.

Feather, Leonard G. “Innovation Chez Kenton.” Jazz Magazine March 1962: 19.

“Hit and Run.” Time 27 July 1962: 47+.

Houston, B. “Vintage Kenton.” Melody Maker 6 October 1962: 11.

“Indiana U. Jazz Bash in August.” Billboard 7 April 1962: 76.

Kenton, Stan. “Big Band Jazz. Look to the Colleges.” Down Beat 27 September 1962: 18-9.

---. “My Current Ideas on ‘Sounds’.” Melody Maker 28 July 1962: 1.

“Kenton Hires New Thrush for Annual Spring Tour.” Down Beat 26 April 1962: n. pag.

“Life with Kenton—A Many Splendored Thing.” Down Beat 16 August 1962: 12.

McConkey, Dave. “Chords and Discords. Bad Impressions of a Kenton Review.” Down Beat 2 February 1962: 6, 9.

Mulford, Ed. “Chords and Discords. Duke’s Forgotten Records.” Down Beat 19 December 1962: 6.

“Music As Written. Long-time Composer and Arranger for Stan Kenton, Johnny Richards Will Be Teaching at New York University This Semester.” Billboard 6 October 1962: 12.

“Music As Written. Stan Kenton Will Headline a Concert in Town Hall Here October 23.” Billboard 22 September 1962: 17.

“Pace-Setters in the World of Jazz. Stan Kenton.” International Musician January 1962: 10.

“Record Review. Adventures in Jazz.” Billboard 17 November 1962: 18.

“Record Review. Adventures in Jazz.” Billboard 17 November 1962: 9.

“Record Review: Christmas.” Billboard 15 December 1962: 20.

“Record Review: Mama Sang A Song / Whispering Hope.” Billboard 22 September 1962: 78.

“Record Review: Tex Ritter.” Billboard 15 September 1962: 31.

Rosenblum, Chip. “Chords and Discords. Bad Impressions of a Kenton Review.” Down Beat 2 February 1962: 6.

Schiozzi, Bruno. “Le Grandi Orchestre Stan Kenton.” Musica Jazz January 1962: 20-4.

“Stan A Man for C&W.” Billboard 22 September 1962: 6.

“Stan Kenton.” NY Sunday News Magazine 15 April 1962: 4.

“Stan Kenton, Mulligan in New Deals.” Melody Maker 10 November 1962: 1.

“Today’s Top Record Talent.” Billboard Music Week 7 April 1962: 61.

Welding, Pete. “Record Review. Sophisticated Approach (Capitol).” Down Beat 5 July 1962: n. pag.


1963

Allison, Ray. “Stan Kenton—Prophet at the Back Door.” Jazz Journal November 1963: 3, 7.

Feather, Leonard G. “Record Review. Adventures in Time.” Down Beat 23 May 1963: 24.

Frost, Harry. “Alike Yet Unalike. Dave Brubeck and Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 21 November 1963: 14-5.

Gardner, Mark. “Record Review. Adventures in Time.” Jazz Journal November 1963: 31.

---. “Record Review: Rendezvous with Kenton.” Jazz Journal April 1963: 33.

“Getz and Kenton Win NARAS Jazz Awards.” Down Beat 20 December 1963: 13-4.

Houston, B. “Kenton.” Melody Maker 23 November 1963: 9.

Kenton, Stan. “‘It’s My Most Important Band’ Says Kenton.” Crescendo December 1963: 2-4.

“Kenton Conquers.” Melody Maker 23 November 1963: 1.

“Kenton Withdraws From Stage Band Camps.” Down Beat 24 October 1963: 14.

MH. “Record Review: Back to Balboa.” Jazz Journal April 1963: 33.

Pekar, Harvey. “Record Review. Adventures in Jazz.” Down Beat 31 January 1963: 27-8.

“Record Review. Adventures in Blues.” Billboard 16 November 1963: 9.

“Record Review. Artistry in Bossa Nova.” Billboard 15 June 1963: 29.

Shera, Michael. “Record Review. Adventures in Jazz.” Jazz Journal May 1963: 29.

Steams, M W. “Jazz in New York.” Music America February 1963: 35.

“Talent Topics. The Stan Kenton Band Will Be 22 Strong When It Plays Here [Houston] September 22 at the Music Hall.” Billboard 21 September 1963: 20.

Welding, Pete. “Record Review. Adventures in Time.” Down Beat 23 May 1963: 25.

Wilson, John S. “Record Review. Artistry in Bossa Nova (Capitol).” Down Beat 26 September 1963: 22.


1964

Coker, Jerry. “Foreward.” Improvising Jazz. Writ. Stan Kenton. New York: n.p., 1964.

Cooke, Jack. “In Person. Stan Kenton.” Jazz Monthly January 1964: 7-10.

“Cover. Jean Turner.” Jazz Monthly January 1964: cover.

DeMichael, Don, and Pete Welding. “Record Review. Jazz Basics. “Kenton in Hi-Fi” (Capitol).” Down Beat 23 April 1964: 22.

“Front Matter.” Music Educators Journal 50.3 (1964): 2-28. .

Hentoff, Nat. “The Playboy Panel. Jazz—Today and Tomorrow.” Playboy February 1964: 29-31, 34-38, 56, 139-141.

“Kenton Declares Jazz Is Finished.” Down Beat 23 April 1964: 15.

“Kenton Forms L.A. Orchestra.” Billboard 12 December 1964: 10.

“Kenton Kicks Off with a New Orchestra.” Melody Maker 12 December 1964: 9.

“Kenton Launches Neophonic Orchestra.” Variety 2 December 1964: 47.

“Los Angeles Neophonic Ork Begins Signing Personnel.” Billboard 26 December 1964: 21.

Nelsen, Don. “Record Review. Adventures in Blues (Capitol).” Down Beat 16 January 1964: 30.

Rèda, Jacques, and Jean-Pierre Leloir. “Baroque Et Pathetique Kenton.” Jazz Magazine January 1964: 20-7.

“Stan Kenton Forms Los Angeles Neophonic Orchestra; First Resident Orchestra Devoted to Contemporary Music and International Academy of Music to Foster Works.” New York Times 25 November 1964, 42 ed.:: n. pag.

Tompkins, Frederick. “Chords and Discords. Letter.” Down Beat 4 June 1964: 6.


1965

“Cap to Cut Kenton ‘Neo’ Orchestra.” Billboard 2 January 1965: 3.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 14 January 1965: cover.

Dance, Stanley. “Lightly & Politely. More News for Non-Swinging Mothers.” Jazz Journal April 1965: 22-3.

Davis, Tom, and Jean Verame. “Chords and Discords.” Down Beat 11 March 1965: 7.

Feather, Leonard G. “Buddy DeFranco/Jimmy Smith/Neophonic Orchestra, Music Center, Los Angeles.” Down Beat 22 April 1965: 42.

---. “Kenton Ruggisce Ancora.” Musica Jazz January 1965: 29-30.

---. “Record Review. Kenton/Wagner (Capitol).” Down Beat 25 March 1965: 22.

Hodgett, A J. “Letters. Stanless.” Jazz Journal January 1965: 22.

“Jazz Notes. Kenton.” International Musician July 1965: 18.

“Kenton Hits the Road with Another Band.” Down Beat 29 July 1965: 8.

“Kenton Honored by Mayor of Los Angeles.” Down Beat 17 June 1965: 15.

“Kenton Waxes Film Score.” Billboard 31 July 1965: 12.

McKinney, Jack. “The Kenton Story. The Rise and Achievements of the Most Controversial Figure in the History of Jazz.” Crescendo November 1965: 17-9.

“Official Denies L.A. Neophonic Orchestra in Financial Trouble.” Down Beat 11 March 1965: 10.

“Le Retour De Kenton.” Jazz Magazine February 1965: 13.

Robinson, L. “Neophonic Contrasts.” Jazz 1965: 29.

Schoenstein, R. “Swing Low, Sweet Siegfried.” Saturday Review 10 April 1965: 91.

Shera, Michael. “Record Review. Artistry in Voices and Brass.” Jazz Journal December 1965: 34.

Siders, Harvey. “Caught in the Act. Dizzy Gillespie/Neophonic Orchestra.” Down Beat 25 March 1965: 29-30.

---. “Kenton at the Pavillion.” Saturday Review 13 February 1965: 62-3.

Tiegel, Eliot. “Kenton, Combo LP.” Billboard 2 October 1965: 6.

---. “The Jazz Beat. A Neophonic Evening.” Billboard 27 November 1965: 8.

---. “Kenton Button-Down Jazz Plays to Approving Patrons.” Billboard 16 January 1965: 42.

---.”Not for Neophonic Orchestra. ‘Suite’ No Concert Fare.” Billboard 10 April 1965: 12.

Tynan, John A. “Caught in the Act. Neophonic Orchestra, Music Center, Los Angeles.” Down Beat 20 May 1965: 34.

---. “Caught in the Act. Neophonic Orchestra, Music Center, Los Angeles.” Down Beat 25 February 1965: 15, 35.

---. “Stan Kenton’s Neophonic Music.” Down Beat 14 January 1965: 12-5.

Wilson, John S. “Record Review. Stan Kenton’s Greatest Hits (Capitol).” Down Beat 29 July 1965: 33-4.


1966

“Big Bands Busy.” Down Beat 17 November 1966: 13-4.

“The Boxoffice Gap Closed a Little Bit for the Los Angeles Neophonic Orchestra During Its Second Season.” Down Beat 2 June 1966: 13.

Dötsch, R. “Record Review: Kenton’s Greatest Hits.” Jazz Podium February 1966: 54.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 22 September 1966: 43.

---. “Caught in the Act. Los Angeles Neophonic Orchestra, Los Angeles Music Center.” Down Beat 24 February 1966: 36.

---. “Nouvel Essai Pour Stanley.” Jazz Magazine March 1966: 15.

Francis, André. “Jazz, Bourges 1958.” Solfèges. N.p.: Éditions du Seuil, 1966. 143-144.

“Freedom Can Bring on Inhibitions.” Melody Maker 15 January 1966: 6.

Hardy, John William. “Caught in the Act. Neophonic Orchestra / North Texas State Lab Band, Music Center, Los Angeles.” Down Beat 2 June 1966: 37-9.

Holman, Bill. “Chords and Discords. Another Half for Holman.” Down Beat 7 April 1966: 10.

Houston, B. “Kenton Returns - with a Stunning New Album.” Melody Maker 25 June 1966: 11.

“Kenton on Capitol, A Discography (Michael Sparke).” Jazz Journalen November 1966: 18.

“Kenton Says Bands on the Way Back.” Down Beat 3 November 1966: 11.

McPartland, Marian. “Record Review. Conducts the Los Angeles Neophonic Orchestra (Capitol).” Down Beat 21 April 1966: 35.

Mulford, Ed. “Chords and Discords. Alas, Stan.” Down Beat 1 December 1966: 10.

“Neophonic Mgrs.: Industry Apathetic.” Billboard 23 April 1966: 52-3.

Nilsson, C. “Kenton I Kopenhamn.” Orkester Journalen April 1966: 15.

Pirie, Christopher Anthony. “Stan Kenton.” Jazzbeat January 1966: 10-1.

“Potpourri. New York Neophonic Orchestra Founded As Non-profit Enterprise.” Down Beat 24 March 1966: 17.

“Potpourri. Stan Kenton Judge at Intercollegiate Jazz Festival.” Down Beat 24 February 1966: 15.

Rosenthal, Harry F. “Everyone Happy at Jazz Festival in K.C.” Lawrence (KS) Journal-World 2 May 1966: 1.

Siders, Harvey. “Caught in the Act. Los Angeles Neophonic Orchestra, Los Angeles Music Center.” Down Beat 21 April 1966: 40, 42.

---. “Caught in the Act. Los Angeles Neophonic Orchestra, Music Center, Los Angeles.” Down Beat 24 March 1966: 47-8.

“Stan Kenton Re-enters Summer Clinic Field.” Down Beat 30 June 1966: 10-1.

Verame, Jean. “Chords and Discords. Casting for Kenton.” Down Beat 15 December 1966: 10.

Weisenberg, Charles M. “Sounds Heard. Kenton-Neophonic Orchestra.” Sounds & Fury 1966: 50-1.


1967

“1966 Grammy Award Finalists.” Billboard 18 February 1967: 6.

Ackeman, Paul. “Kenton’s Rights Cause for Acts.” Billboard 4 March 1967: 1, 10.

“Brief Solos. Stan Kenton Married Vocalist Jo Ann Hill in Las Vegas Last Month.” Billboard 9 September 1967: 12.

Choate, Robert A, Charles B Fowler, Charles E Brown, and Louis G Wersen. “The Tanglewood Symposium: Music in American Society.” Music Educators Journal 54.3 (1967): 49-80. .

Hanson, Marty. “Chords and Discords. Kenton Critic Criticized.” Down Beat 26 January 1967: 6.

“Kenton ‘67.” Jazz March 1967: 48-50.

“Kenton’s Sound Through the Ages.” Melody Maker 21 January 1967: 12.

“Kenton Tour Winds Up on A Happy Note.” Down Beat 24 August 1967: 13.

Mitchell, Sammy. “Caught in the Act. Gold Nugget Club, Oakland, California.” Down Beat 19 October 1967: 26, 42.

“Record Review. Plays for Today.” Billboard 25 March 1967: 38.

“Sen. Williams to Talk Copyright.” Billboard 6 May 1967: 6.

Siders, Harvey. “Caught in the Act. Valley Music Theatre, Woodland, Calif.” Down Beat 4 May 1967: 23.

---. “Stan Kenton: Artistry in Sterling.” International Musician January 1967: 8, 24.

Simon, George T. “Stan Kenton Revisited.” The Big Bands. New York: Macmillan, 1967.


1968

“4 Jazzmen Put Neophonic in Swinging Groove.” Billboard 9 March 1968: 20.

“Collegiate Neophonic Begins Third Season.” Down Beat 7 March 1968: 12.

“Jazz News.” Jazz Podium March 1968: 75.

“Kenton Face a Sa Legende.” Jazz Magazine July 1968: 38-41+.

Mitchell, Sammy. “Modern Man. An Interview with Kenton Composer-Arranger-Drummer Dee Barton.” Down Beat 18 April 1968: 23-4.

“The National Association for Music Education.” Music Educators Journal 54.8 (April, 1968): 57.

“Record Review. The World We Know.” Billboard 20 January 1968: 56.

Reed, R. “Kenton and Barton: They Satisfy.” High Fi Review October 1968: 111.

“Seattle in Pictures.” Music Educators Journal 55.1 (1968): 46-47. .

Siders, Harvey. “Caught in the Act. Los Angeles Neophonic Orchestra, Music Center, Los Angeles.” Down Beat 11 July 1968: 38-9.

---. “Caught in the Act. Los Angeles Neophonic Orchestra, Music Center, Los Angeles.” Down Beat 18 April 1968: 41-2.

“Stan Kenton: Student Jazz Bands Decorate Ivy Circuit.” Billboard 8 July 1968: 12.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 3 April 1968: 16.

“Today’s Tooters May Be Better, but Kenton’s Fans Prefer Yesterday’s Ditties.” Variety 26 July 1968: 45.


1969

“Ad. Creative World Recordings.” Down Beat 18 September 1969: 27.

---. “Strictly Ad Lib. Cleveland.” Down Beat 10 July 1969: 50.

---. “Strictly Ad Lib. Denver.” Down Beat 10 July 1969: 50.

Burde, W. “Jazz-Tage 1969.” Neue Zeitschrift Fuer Musik December 1969: n. pag.

Burns, Jim. “Stan the Man.” Jazz Monthly October 1969: 22-4.

“C.A. Pirie and S. Mueller ‘Artistry in Kenton, Volume 1: The Bio-Discography of Stan Kenton and His Music’ [book review].” Jazz Magazine June 1969: 17-8.

“C.A. Pirie and S. Mueller ‘Artistry in Kenton, Volume 1: The Bio-Discography of Stan Kenton and His Music’ [book review].” Melody Maker 21 June 1969: 22.

“C.A. Pirie and S. Mueller ‘Artistry in Kenton, Volume 1: The Bio-Discography of Stan Kenton and His Music’ [book review].” Jazz Journal September 1969: 12.

“Colleagues Toss Kenton a ‘This Is Your Life’ at NARAS Coast Luncheon.” Variety 25 June 1969: 52.

“College Band Directors at Knoxville.” Music Educators Journal 55.5 (1969): 95. .

Cooke, Jack. “Record Review: Finian’s Rainbow.” Jazz Monthly April 1969: 18-9.

“Cover.” Jazz Monthly October 1969: cover.

Dilts, James D. “William Russo: Iconoclast in Orbit.” Down Beat 27 November 1969: 15, 29.

Feather, Leonard G. “The Blindfold Test. Don Ellis.” Down Beat 17 April 1969: 32.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Frank Strozier.” Down Beat 29 May 1969: 27.

---. “The Blindfold Test. Tommy Vig.” Down Beat 20 March 1969: 34.

---. “TV Soundings.” Down Beat 25 July 1969: 15.

---. “TV Soundings.” Down Beat 10 July 1969: 15.

“Kenton Speaks at Berklee.” Jazz and Pop November 1969: 36.

“Kenton Talking.” Melody Maker 29 November 1969: 12.

“Manne Steals Show at NARAS Kenton Luncheon.” Down Beat 7 August 1969: 8.

“Michael Sparke, Editor ‘The Great Kenton Arrangers’ [book review].” Jazz Magazine June 1969: 17-8.

“Michael Sparke, Editor ‘The Great Kenton Arrangers’ [book review].” Jazz Journal September 1969: 11-2.

“Mrs. Kenton Seeks Profitable Divorce.” Sarasota Journal 19 June 1969: 8.

“Kenton Music to North Texas Univ.” Billboard 13 October 1979: 78.

Pirie, Christopher Anthony, and Siegfried Mueller. Artistry in Kenton: The Bio-Discography of Stan Kenton and His Music. Vol. 1. N.p.: Mueller, 1969. Google Scholar. Web. n.d.

“Potpourri.” Down Beat 29 May 1969: 13.

Priestley, Brian. “Record Review: The Jazz Compositions of Dee Barton.” Jazz Monthly October 1969: 19.

“Roland Starts Novel Band in N.Y.” Down Beat 26 June 1969: 14.

Siders, Harvey. “Record Review. Stan Kenton Conducts the Jazz Compositions of Dee Barton.” Down Beat 1 May 1969: 22.

Sparke, Michael. The Great Kenton Arrangers. Whittier, Calif: ErnGeoBil Publications, 1969.

“Stan Kenton. Performers’ Crusader.” Billboard 23 August 1969: 40.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Chicago.” Down Beat 13 November 1969: 40-1.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Cincinnati.” Down Beat 25 December 1969: 52.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Denver.” Down Beat 13 November 1969: 42.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 20 March 1969: 16.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 23 January 1969: 41.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Los Angeles.” Down Beat 2 October 1969: 39.

“Strictly Ad Lib. Paris.” Down Beat 20 March 1969: 47.

“Top-Level Conversations with Maynard Ferguson. The Stan Kenton Days.” Melody Maker 1 February 1969: 8.

“Williams’ Amendment on Copyright Triggers Public Performer Battle.” Billboard 10 May 1969: 66.


1970

Atterton, Jeff. “Kenton—Capitol Split After 27 Years.” Melody Maker 10 October 1970: 6.

“Big Band Special.” Melody Maker 21 March 1970: 18.

“Caught in the Act.” Down Beat 22 January 1970: 26.

“Chronique Des Disques.” Jazz Hot March 1970: 35.

“Convention Personalities.” Educator March 1970: 3.

Dilts, James D. “Caught in the Act. Stan Kenton, Left Bank Jazz Society, Famous Ballroom, Baltimore, MD.” Down Beat 15 October 1970: 29.

“Donte’s Kenton Salute a Night to Remember.” Down Beat 28 May 1970: 11.

“First Orchestra in Residence Great Success.” School Musician December 1970: 33.

Hall, George, Bob Weigman, and Colonel Gaddy. “Chords and Discords.” Down Beat 10 December 1970: 7.

Harzheim, Hans. “Retour Sur Berlin (Berliner Jazztage 1969).” Jazz Magazine February 1970: 11.

Inmate no. 97-660, Chillicothe, Ohio. “Rogues of Rhythm: An Account of Music in Prison.” Clavier May 1970: 10-4.

“Jazz Leader Kenton Decries Calling School Music a Frill.” Music Trades December 1970: 28.

Kenton, Stan. “Artistry in Progress.” Instrument August 1970: 20-1.

“Kenton Distributing Own Vintage Albums.” Down Beat 19 March 1970: 12.

“Kenton Et Capitol. C’est Fini.” Jazz Magazine 1970: 15, 17.

“Kenton Exits Cap; Forms Own Label.” Variety 30 September 1970: 47.

“Kenton Quits Capitol, Expands Own Company.” Down Beat 26 November 1970: 8.

“Kenton Tribute.” Melody Maker 1 September 1970: n. pag.

“Milestones. Divorced. Stan Kenton, 58, Pop Bandleader; By Jo Ann Kenton, 39, His Third Wife.” Time 5 October 1970: n. pag.

Morgan, Alun. “C.A. Pirie and S. Mueller ‘Artistry in Kenton, Volume 1: The Bio-Discography of Stan Kenton and His Music’ [book review].” Jazz Monthly July 1970: 30-1.

---. “Record Review. Artistry in Rhythm.” Jazz Monthly March 1970: 23-4.

Nelson, J. “The Jazz Orchestra in Residence.” Educator January 1970: 18-9.

“Panel Seeks Answers to Jazz Record Slump.” Down Beat 5 March 1970: 10.

“Record Review. Special Merit Picks. Live at Redlands.” Billboard 19 December 1970: 52.

“Stan Kenton to Move His Music Out of Kid’s Market.” School Music October 1970: 5+.


1971

Astrup, A J. “Nytt Skivporjeckt Av Stan Kenton.” Orkester Journalen December 1971: 16-7.

“Canadian Radio Saluting Kenton.” Billboard 23 October 1971: 18.

“Concert Reviews.” Variety 24 November 1971: 50.

“Concert Reviews.” Variety 22 December 1971: 52.

“Concert Reviews.” Variety 29 September 1971: 50.

“The Creative World Celebrates Stan Kenton’s Thirtieth Anniversary.” Hip April 1971: 22-4.

Dance, Stanley. “Jazz.” Music Journal November 1971: 46-7.

Engels, J. “Kenton Up and Down.” Point Du Jazz March 1971: 41-52.

Feather, Leonard G. “Caught in the Act Stateside.” Melody Maker June 1971: 38.

---. “Kenton’s Bid to Beat the System.” Melody Maker 20 March 1971: 6.

“From the Music Capitals of the World. Stan Kenton Is Set to Release Two LPs on His Creative World Label.” Billboard 12 June 1971: 54.

“Kenton Going Strong on the Record Market.” Jazz Forum 1971: 51-2.

“Kenton III; Activities of Big Bands.” New York Times 24 November 1971, 20 ed.: 1.

“Kenton Line in 4-Channel Bow.” Billboard 9 October 1971: 3.

“Kenton Sees Music As Educational Tool.” Billboard 6 February 1971: 22.

“Kenton’s School Days.” Variety 24 November 1971: 50.

Landry, R. “Jazz 1984: Two Voices.” Educator 1971: 4-6+.

“Newport Adds Miles, Chase, Kenton, Others.” Down Beat 24 June 1971: 9.

“Platte Des Monats. Stan Kenton - Live at Redlands University.” Jazz Podium May 1971: 159.

“Potpourri. Stan Kenton Rejoined His Band.” Down Beat 16 September 1971: 16.

“Record Review: The Fabulous Alumni of Stan Kenton / Some Women I’ve Known .” Hip February 1971: 18-9.

“Record Review. Special Merit Picks. Live at Brigham Young.” Billboard 25 December 1971: 49.

Siders, Harvey. “The Creative Whirl of Stan Kenton.” Down Beat 7 January 1971: 16-7.

“Stan Kenton Firm Begins Taping New Packages.” Billboard 6 February 1971: 10.

Szantor, Jim. “Kentonites Carry on in Leader’s Absence.” Down Beat 27 May 1971: 8.

---. “Record Review. Live at Redlands University (Creative World).” Down Beat 21 January 1971: 26-7.

Williams, R. “Creative Stan.” Melody Maker 29 May 1971: 26.

---. “Jazz Records: Collectors Choices.” Melody Maker 29 May 1971: 26.

---. “Unbeatable Stan Kenton.” Melody Maker 4 September 1971: 26.

Wilson, John S. “3 Big Bands Open Newport Jazz Fete.” New York Times 4 July 1971: 27.


1972

“Ad. Stan Kenton Today.” Billboard 3 June 1972: 55.

Balagri, D. “Stan Kenton, Paris, Salle Pleyel.” Jazz Magazine 1972: 32-3.

Bellest, Christian, and et al. “Le Cas Kenton.” Jazz Magazine February 1972: 15-17, 47-48.

Carrière, Claude. “Stan Kenton a Pleyel.” Jazz Hot March 1972: 23.

Carter, Jack. “Welcome Back Stan Kenton.” Crescendo International February 1972: 6.

“Caught in the Act.” Melody Maker 16 September 1972: 12.

“Caught in the Act.” Melody Maker 12 February 1972: 22.

“Caught in the Act.” Melody Maker 19 February 1972: 18.

“Classics on Capitol: Capitol Jazz Classics, Vol. 2.” Jazz & Blues June 1972: 7-8.

“Concert, Paris.” Jazz Magazine March 1972: 32-3.

“Concert Reviews.” Variety 6 September 1972: 48.

“The Creative World of Stan Kenton.” Crescendo International November 1972: 12.

“Disques Du Mois: The Stan Kenton Story; Stan Kenton in Concert.” Jazz Magazine April 1972: 41-2.

Doubble, D. “Stan Kenton and His Orchestra, Odeon, Hammersmith.” Crescendo International March 1972: 1.

Endress, Gudrun. “Stan Kenton.” Jazz Podium February 1972: 38-41, 50.

Feather, Leonard G. “Kenton Band at Disneyland.” Los Angeles Times 25 August 1972:: n. pag.

---. “The View From Box 35216.” Melody Maker 12 February 1972: 32.

“H. Porter’s Life to Music, Alto Saxist Plays and Writes Music for Stan Kenton’s Band.” New York Times 16 July 1972:: n. pag.

“‘it’s the Best Trombone Section in the World’ Says Bass Trombone/Tuba Phil Herring.” Crescendo International March 1972: 26-7.

“Jazz Records: Stan Kenton Today.” Melody Maker 29 April 1972: 34.

“Kenton, London Deal.” Billboard 22 April 1972: 10.

Kenton, Stan. “Jazz Leaders: Control Your Product.” Music Journal May 1972: 12-3.

Korall, Burt. “The Pop and Jazz Scene. Kenton Teaches.” International Musician January 1972: 9.

McKinney, Jack. “Stan Kenton Concerts.” IAJRC Journal 5.1 (February, 1972): 11-12.

Mialy, Louis-Victor. “Monterey Jazz Festival.” Jazz Hot November 1972: 12-5.

Morgenstern, Dan. “Record Review. Reissue Roundup. Artistry in Rhythm.” Down Beat 21 December 1972: 22,26–27,29–33.

Oesterberg, L. “Kenton Explosiv.” Orkester Journalen February 1972: 14-5.

“Potpourri. Stan Kenton on European Tour.” Down Beat 3 February 1972: 11.

“Potpourri. Stan Kenton Suffers Broken Abdominal Vein at Monterey.” Down Beat 26 October 1972: 11.

“Record Review: Capitol Jazz Classics, Vols. 1-10.” Coda October 1972: 15-16+.

“Record Review: Stan Kenton and His Orchestra.” Jazz & Blues September 1972: 27.

“Record Review: The Creative World Issues/Reissues.” Coda August 1972: 15-6.

Schade, Horst. “Stan Kenton Orchester 1972.” Jazz Podium March 1972: 75-6.

“Stan Kenton, Don Ellis Spark College Program.” Billboard April 1972: 21+.

“Stan Kenton Orchestra in Europa.” Jazz Podium January 1972: 6.

“‘Stan’s Sound Is Still As Young As Ever’ Says Lead Trumpet Mike Vax (interview).” Crescendo International March 1972: 24-5.

“Swinging News: Kenton Euro Tour .” Jazz Forum June 1972: 19-20.

Szantor, Jim. “Record Review. Live at Brigham Young University.” Down Beat 2 March 1972: 18-9.

Tercinet, Alain. “Chronique Des Disques. Artistry in Jazz.” Jazz Hot April 1972: 29.

Terrones, Gerard. “Stan Kenton (Includes Discography by C. Cagnasso).” Jazz Hot February 1972: 20-2.

Tomkins, Les. “‘I Don’t Take Job Interviews—I Take Dedications’ Says Baritone Man Willie Maiden.” Crescendo International March 1972: 22.

---. “Stan Kenton (Interview).” Crescendo International March 1972: 6-8.

---. “‘These Great Leaders May Not Be Replaced’ Says Drummer John Von Ohlen (Interview).” Crescendo International March 1972: 24-5.

---. “Too Much Writing Can Spoil a Composition.” Crescendo International April 1972: 14-6.

“Vaterfigur Ohne Altersercsheinungen: Stan Kenton Auf Europa-Tournee.” Hi-Fi Streophonie April 1972: 318.

Voce, Steve. “If It Ain’t Got That Swing.” Jazz Journal November 1972: 14.

Welch, Chris. “The Orch Talks.” Melody Maker 29 April 1972: 34.


1973

Astrup, A J. “Kentons Kyliga Kvinnor.” Orkester Journalen March 1973: 10-1.

“Book review. The Pop and Jazz Scene. For the Bookshelf.” International Musician December 1973: 10, 24.

“Caught in the Act.” Melody Maker 17 February 1973: 46.

“Concert, London.” Crescendo International October 1973: 3.

“Cover. Kenton Sax Section.” Crescendo International November 1973: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton Is Back!” Jazz Journal March 1973: cover.

Easton, Carol. Straight Ahead: The Story of Stan Kenton. N.p.: New York, Morrow, 1973. Library of Congress or OCLC Worldcat. Web. n.d.

Gardner, Mark. “Record Review. Rendezvous with Kenton (Creative World).” Jazz Journal March 1973: 32.

Garside, Ernie. “The Band Bus Battle.” Crescendo International December 1973: 3.

“Kenton Material Wanted.” Crescendo International January 1973: 2.

“Kenton Orchestra Will Play at Lewiston High.” Lewiston (ID) Morning Tribune 26 April 1973: 6.

Kuehn, G, and et al. “This Here Dat Dere.” Jazz Podium March 1973: 21-3.

Lees, C. “King Kenton.” Melody Maker 10 March 1973: 51.

Levy, Henry J. “Introduction.” The Time Revolution: By Henry J. (Hank) Levy. With An Introd. By Stan Kenton. Los Angeles: Creative World, 1973.

Newman, Peter C. “Stan Kenton “Speaks Out”.” Down Beat 20 December 1973: 19, 39-40.

---. “Stan Kenton: Home at Last.” High Fidelity August 1973: 75-6.

“On Stage.” Jazz & Blues May 1973: 33.

“On Stage.” Jazz & Blues April 1973: 26-7.

“Potpourri. Stan Kenton Founds Creative World Artists’ Management.” Down Beat 8 November 1973: 13.

“Record Review. Artistry in Bossa Nova.” Jazz & Blues January 1973: 29-30.

“Record Review: Duet.” Jazz & Blues April 1973: 20-1.

“Record Review: Live at Butler University.” Jazz & Blues April 1973: 20.

“Record Review: Stan Kenton/Jean Turner.” Jazz & Blues January 1973: 29-30.

“Record Review: The Stage Door Swings.” Jazz & Blues January 1973: 29-30.

“Record Review. Top Album Picks. 7.5 on the Richter Scale.” Billboard 1 December 1973: 50.

Rub, Bruno. “Stan Kenton.” Jazz Podium March 1973: 22-3.

“Schallplattenbesprechungen: Today—Recorded Live in London.” Jazz Podium November 1973: 34.

Siders, Harvey. “Caught. The World’s Greatest Jazz Show, Hollywood Bowl, California.” Down Beat 22 November 1973: 33.

“Stan Kenton’s Jazz Clinics in New Jazz Jersey and Subsequent Concert.” New York Times 30 July 1973, 18 ed., 2:: n. pag.

“Stan Kenton Slates Clinics on Campus.” Billboard 10 March 1973: 25.

Sullivan, Patrick. “Great Britain. News From Kent.” Jazz Forum October 1973: 22-3.

---. “Record Review. Birthday in Britain.” Jazz Forum December 1973: 58-9.

Tomkins, Les. “Stan Kenton (Interview).” Crescendo International March 1973: 24+.

Voce, Steve. “Record Review. Live at Butler University.” Jazz Journal March 1973: 32.

Warner, Ray. “Stan Kenton’s Hot Tenor Sax Is a 20- Year-Old Woman.” New York Times 30 July 1973: 18. news.google.com. Web. 14 May 2013.

Witt, Hugh. “Kenton.” Jazz Journal March 1973: 22-3.

Wroblewski, Jan Ptaszyn. “Record Review. Birthday in Britain.” Jazz Forum December 1973: 59.


1974

Bowdidge, John S. “Dr. Kenton and the Creative Arts.” School Musician December 1974: 16-7.

“Carol Easton, Straight Ahead: The Story of Stan Kenton [book review].” Orkester Journalen February 1974: 13.

“Carol Easton, Straight Ahead: The Story of Stan Kenton [book review].” Jazz Digest February 1974: 18.

“Concert Reviews.” Variety 3 July 1974: 48.

“I Believe in Music: Reflections on MENC Anaheim, March 1974.” Music Educators Journal 61.1 (1974): 24-33. .

“Kenton Clinics Mark 15th Year.” Down Beat 11 April 1974: 11.

Maltin, L. “Jazz Goes Independent.” Saturday Review/World 15 May 1974: 40-1.

Morgan, Robert Badgett. “The Music and Life of Robert Graettinger.” DMA Thesis. 1974.

Morgenstern, Dan. “Record Review. Solo. Stan Kenton Without His Orchestra.” Down Beat 18 July 1974: 22.

Wilson, John S. “Concert Reviews: Stan Kenton and Maynard Ferguson.” New York Times 8 July 1974:: n. pag.

Woolley, Stan. “Latin Kenton.” Jazz Journal April 1974: 10-2.


1975

“Carol Easton, Straight Ahead: The Story of Stan Kenton [book review].” Jazz Podium February 1975: 26.

“Carol Easton, Straight Ahead: The Story of Stan Kenton [book review].” Instrument April 1975: 20.

“Carol Easton, Straight Ahead: The Story of Stan Kenton [book review].” Coda March 1975: 32-3.

Carter, Jack. “Record Review: Hits in Concert (Creative World Records).” Crescendo International December 1975: 28.

“Caught in the Act.” Melody Maker 8 February 1975: 24.

“A Day in the Life of Stan Kenton, A Big Band Crusader.” Billboard 4 October 1975: 28.

Dexter Jr, Dave. “Stan Kenton Blasts Country Music; It’s a ‘National Disgrace’.” Billboard 28 June 1975: 46.

Farrell, J. “The Night of the Big Bands (Excerpt From Article in Creative World).” Crescendo International November 1975: 27+.

Henshaw, Laurie. “Country Backlash.” Melody Maker 12 July 1975: 3.

---. “Kenton: Music Is My Life.” Melody Maker 8 February 1975: 57.

“Kenton Lashes Out (Against Country and Western Music).” Crescendo International October 1975: 19.

“Kenton’s Memory Short; He Made A Tex Ritter Album.” Billboard 5 July 1975: 50.

“Kenton Socks Nashville.” Down Beat 11 September 1975: 9.

Lieberman, Mike. “Chords and Discords. Kisses for Kountry Kousins, Kont.” Down Beat 20 November 1975: 7.

McDonough, John. “Record Review. Plays Chicago (Creative World).” Down Beat 27 February 1975: 24.

Miller, Larry. “Chords and Discords. Fuel for the Fire.” Down Beat 23 October 1975: 8.

“Our Man with Stan: Roy Reynolds.” Crescendo International April 1975: 23-4.

Panagiotakos, Charlie. “Kenton. The Magnificent Rebel Speaks.” Jazz New England September 1975: 12-7.

Pittington, Liz. “Chords and Discords. Fuel for the Fire.” Down Beat 23 October 1975: 8.

“Record Review: Stan Kenton Plays Chicago.” Radio Free Jazz July 1975: 13.

“Stan Kenton Hates Country Music.” Boca Raton News 27 June 1975: 3.

“Talent in Action.” Billboard 20 September 1975: 51.

Taylor, Randy. “Chords and Discords. Come Out Swinging.” Down Beat 18 December 1975: 8.

Tomkins, Les. “Kenton ‘75.” Crescendo International April 1975: 22-3.

Witt, Hugh. “Jazz in Britain. Stan Kenton at the Festival Hall.” Jazz Journal March 1975: 23.

Woolley, Stan. “Stan Kenton. Jazz “Alma Mater”, Part 1.” Jazz Journal February 1975: 4-6, 49.


1976

“Caught in the Act.” Melody Maker 2 October 1976: 33.

“Concerts and Artistry Album for SK.” Down Beat 9 September 1976: 16.

“Daniels Delivers Dare.” Down Beat 6 May 1976: 9.

Davis, D. “Stan Kenton Speaks.” Instrument May 1976: 69-71.

Dexter Jr, Dave. “New LP, Sidemen, Clinics for Kenton.” Billboard 31 January 1976: 23.

“Front Matter.” Music Educators Journal 63.3 (1976): 1-29. .

“Kenton Coughs Up Rare Disc; Daniels Billed $10 Grand.” Down Beat 17 June 1976: 9.

Pepe, P. “On the Road with Stan and the Boys.” New York Days 1 February 1976: n. pag.

“Record Review: Kenton ‘76.” Jazz Journal December 1976: 32.

“Record Review: Sixteen Big Band Greats.” Melody Maker 3 July 1976: 24.

Robbins, Robert J. “Reviews. Woody Herman and Stan Kenton.” Crescendo International September 1976: 2.

“Talent in Action.” Billboard 30 October 1976: 50.

Tomkins, Les. “In Conversation with Stan Kenton.” Crescendo International November 1976: 20-1.

---. “Kenton ‘76.” Crescendo International October 1976: 4.

“Undomligt Kenton-Band.” Orkester Journalen October 1976: 8.

Witt, Hugh. “Jazz in Britain. Stan Kenton.” Jazz Journal November 1976: 16.

Woolley, Stan. “Artistry in Kenton.” Jazz Journal October 1976: 10-1.


1977

“Big Stan—The Most Unforgettable Man I Ever Met (Interview).” Jazz Journal International November 1977: 6-7.

Birnbaum, Larry. “Record Review. Journey to Capricorn.” Down Beat 5 May 1977: 24.

Carter, Jack. “A View From the Stand: Guns Out at Nashville.” Crescendo International August 1977: 16.

Cassese, Sid. “Band Leaders Rebound.” Jazz Magazine January 1977: 21.

“Condition Remains Stable.” New York Times 28 May 1977:: n. pag.

“Desmond Dies, Kenton Ill.” Melody Maker 11 June 1977: 5.

Dexter Jr, Dave. “Closeup (Recording ‘Journey to Capricorn’).” Billboard 15 January 1977: 83.

---. “Herman and Kenton Recuperating Fast.” Billboard 25 June 1977: 43.

Gitler, Ira. “People: New York.” Jazz Magazine April 1977: 10-1.

Gladwell, Brian. “Radio and TV Notebook.” Crescendo International June 1977: 12.

“In Hospital, Reading, Pennsylvania.” New York Times 24 May 1977:: n. pag.

Keating, Liam. “TV a Poor Second to BBC.” Jazz Journal International September 1977: 9.

“Kenton, Herman.” Jazz (Magazine) [USA] 1977: 11.

“Kenton Better After Surgery.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 6 June 1977: 24.

“Listed in Fair Condition.” New York Times 29 June 1977:: n. pag.

“Listed in Serious Condition.” New York Times 26 May 1977:: n. pag.

Newman, Peter C. “Record Review: Journey to Capricorn.” High Fidelity April 1977: 145.

“Police Say Woman Saw Kenton Fall.” St. Petersburg Times 27 May 1977, A: 7.

“Record Review: Greatest Hits.” Jazz Journal International June 1977: 49.

“Record Review: Greatest Hits.” Melody Maker 4 June 1977: 32.

“Record Review: Jazz Compositions of Stan Kenton.” Jazz Journal International October 1977: 46.

“Record Review: Journey to Capricorn.” Jazz Journal International August 1977: 35.

“Record Review: Kenton Live in Europe.” Jazz Journal International July 1977: 44.

“Record Review: The Jazz Compositions of Stan Kenton.” Radio Free Jazz September 1977: 14.

“Released From Hospital.” New York Times 9 July 1977: n. pag.

“Reported Improving.” New York Times 4 June 1977: n. pag.

“Stan Kenton Has Fractured Skull.” St. Petersburg Times 25 May 1977: 6A.

“Stan Kenton Orchestra: King Arthur’s Reviewed.” Los Angeles Times 11 March 1977, 4: 17.


1978

“Concert Reviews.” Variety 25 January 1978: 72.

English, N. “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to My Piano Lessons or What’s a Part-Timer Doing at A Kenton Jazz Clinic?” Educator April 1978: 40-3.

Gridley, Mark C. “Big Bands & Jazz Education in the 1960s & 1970s. Stan Kenton.” Jazz Styles. Englewood Cliffs: n.p., 1978.

“Kenton Takes the Honours.” Jazz Circle News April 1978: 6.

Lyons, Jimmy. “Dancing and Announcing / the Kids Come Back, Grown / A Fill in.” Dizzy, Duke, the Count and Me. The Story of the Monterey Jazz Festival. San Francisco: n.p., 1978. 33-34.

“Record Review: By Request, Vol. 1.” Jazz Journal International March 1978: 47-8.

“Record Review: By Request, Vol. 3.” Jazz Journal International July 1978: 53.

“Stan Kenton’s Performance at Ambassador Hotel Reviewed.” Los Angeles Times 22 March 1978, 4: 19.

Williams, Brian. “Stan Kenton Takes a Rest.” Jazz Magazine (USA) 1978: 11.


1979

“Bandleader & Jazz Music Innovator Stan Kenton Dies.” International Musician September 1979: 8.

“Bandleader Stan Kenton, Major Jazz Experimenter [Obituary].” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 27 August 1979:: n. pag.

“Bandleader Stan Kenton Dead at 67.” Beaver County (PA) Times 26 August 1979, A: 3.

“Bandleader Stan Kenton Dies at Age 67.” Los Angeles Times 26 August 1979, 1: 1.

Bock, Gordon. “Kenton’s Will. No Ghost Band.” Jazz (Magazine) [USA] 1979: 19.

Curnow, Bob. “Woodshed. Exploring Roots of ‘The Kenton Sound’.” Jazz (Magazine) [USA] 1979: 69-73.

Dexter Jr, Dave. “Kenton: Dogmatic, Enthused and Tireless in 38 Years on the Road—Dead of Stroke at 67 in L.A.” Billboard 8 September 1979: 41, 57.

“A Fan Remembers—Stan Kenton Jazz Giant.” International Musician November 1979: 9.

Feather, Leonard G. “Stan Kenton, 1912-1979.” Keyboard November 1979: 42-4.

“Final Bar. Stan Kenton.” Down Beat November 1979: 15.

Gans, Charles J. “Stan Kenton 1912-1979.” Jazz Forum 1979: 20-2.

Ginibre, Jean-Louis. “Ce Que Disait Stan Kenton.” Jazz Magazine October 1979: 16-21, 63.

Gladwell, Brian. “Radio and TV Notebook.” Crescendo International November 1979: 8.

Grime, Kitty. Jazz at Ronnie Scott’s. London: n.p., 1979. 127, 172.

Harrison, Max. “Stan Kenton: The Innovations Band.” Jazz Journal International May 1979: 18-9.

---. “Stan Kenton: The Innovations Band.” Jazz Journal International April 1979: 4-6.

Howard, J. “Neubelebung Des Big Band Jazz in Kalifornian.” Jazz Podium February 1979: 24.

Keepnews, Peter. “Stan Kenton.” Jazz (Magazine) [USA] 1979: 60-7.

---. “Stan Kenton—Obituary.” Rolling Stone 18 October 1979: 31.

“Kenton Fund Established.” Billboard 8 September 1979: 57.

“Kenton Music to North Texas Univ.” Billboard 13 October 1979: 78.

“Kenton the Father Figure.” Melody Maker 8 September 1979: 35.

Koch, Lawrence O. “Kentonia. A Brief View in Perspective.” Journal of Jazz Studies 6.1 (1979): 89-92.

Liefland, William E. “Zum Tode Des Bandleader Und Komponisten Stan Kenton.” Jazz Podium October 1979: 12-3.

McDonough, John. “Stan Kenton. Restless Emperor of a Creative World.” Down Beat 7 June 1979: 16, 41, 43-4.

McMillen, Brian. “News. Stan Kenton.” Down Beat November 1979: 15.

Newman, Peter C. “Final Bars of Artistry in Rhythm.” Macleans 10 September 1979: 35-6.

Newton, Ed. “Kenton Extends Rest.” Jazz (Magazine) [USA] 1979: 22.

Olshausen, Ulrich. “Ein Leben Gegen Die Amerikanische Banalkultur. Zum Tod Des Jazzmusikers Stan Kenton.” Musik + Medizin September 1979: 56.

Olsson, J. “Stan Kenton—Obituary.” Orkester Journalen October 1979: 5-6+.

Pepper, Art, and Laurie Pepper. “On the Road with Stan Kenton’s Band 1946-1952.” Straight Life. The Story of Art Pepper. London: n.p., 1979. 93-121.

“Record Review. Stan Kenton Plays the Music of Dee Barton.” Jazz Journal International March 1979: 33.

“Record Review: Stan Kenton Plays the Music of Dee Barton.” Jazz Forum 1979: 49-50.

“Record Review: Stan Kenton Plays the Music of Dee Barton.” Melody Maker 6 January 1979: 18.

“Record Review: Stan Kenton Plays the Music of Dee Barton.” Radio Free Jazz February 1979: 21.

“Record Review: Stan Kenton Plays the Music of Dee Barton.” Crescendo International February 1979: 26.

Rubio, José Ramón. “Kenton, El Progresivo.” Triunfo 8 September 1979: 50.

Scott, A. “Stan Kenton: Amen.” Radio Free Jazz October 1979: 10-1.

“Stan, Music Man.” The Big Bandwagon September 1979: 2.

“Stan Kenton: Milestones.” Time 10 September 1979: 68.

“Stan Kenton Died.” Jazz Forum 1979: 20.

“Stan Kenton’s Will Asks That His Orchestra Disband.” St. Petersburg Times 1 September 1979:: n. pag.

“Stan Kenton—Obituary.” Instrument October 1979: 106-7.

“Stan Kenton—Obituary.” Neue Zeitschrift Fuer Musik November 1979: 618.

“Stan Kenton—Obituary.” Coda 1 October 1979: 38.

“Stan Kenton—Obituary.” Cadence October 1979: 79.

“Stan Kenton—Obituary.” School Musician October 1979: 37.

“Stan Kenton—Obituary.” Second Line 1979: 3.

“Stan Kenton—Obituary.” Jazz Podium November 1979: 38.

“Stan Kenton—Obituary.” Jazz Forum 1979: 20.

Tomkins, Les, and et al. “In Tribute to Stan Kenton.” Crescendo International October 1979: 3-4.

“Tributes on Death of Stan Kenton.” Los Angeles Times 6 September 1979:: n. pag.

“Tribute to Kenton.” Billboard 8 December 1979: 60.

Williams, Brian. “Stan the Man.” Melody Maker 1 September 1979: 27, 43.

Wilson, John S. “Stan Kenton, Band Leader, Dies; Was Center of Jazz Controversies.” New York Times 27 August 1979:: n. pag.

Woolley, Stan. “Farewell Kenton: An Historical Salute.” Jazz Journal International October 1979: 3-4.


1980

Bauman, D. “A Creative World Orchestra?” Educator 1980: 75-6.

Breeden, Leon. “I Remember Stan.” Educator 1980: 60.

Dexter Jr, Dave. “Kenton’s Career Documented. Stan Kenton Artistry in Rhythm by William F Lee [book review].” Billboard 22 November 1980: 42.

Emerson, J M, and et al. “I Remember Stan.” Educator 1980: 12-4.

“I Remember Stan.” Educator 1980: 48-51.

Lee III, William F. “Stan Kenton.” Educator 1980: 8-10+.

Lee III, William F, and Audree Coke Kenton. Stan Kenton: Artistry in Rhythm. N.p.: Creative Press of Los Angeles, 1980. Google Scholar. Web. n.d.

Lindner, John. “End of An Era.” IAJRC Journal 13.3 (July, 1980): 15.

Otto, Albert S. “Reminiscing in Tempo.” Educator 1980: n. pag.

Rostvold, Bjarne. “Stan Kenton, 1912-1979.” Jazz Tidsskriftet 1980: 3-6.

Scott, A. “Stan Kenton: Amen.” Educator 1980: 11-2.

“Stan Kenton—Obituary.” Jazz Podium January 1980: 41.

“Stan Kenton—Obituary.” Music Educator January 1980: 23.

“Two Parts on the Late Bandleader Stanley Newcomb Kenton .” Los Angeles Times 30 November 1980, Cal: 1.

“Two Parts on the Late Bandleader Stanley Newcomb Kenton .” Los Angeles Times 7 December 1980, Cal:: n. pag.


1981

“Concert Review: The Orchestra, Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles.” Variety 25 March 1981: 146.

“Kentons Empire Lebt.” Jazz Forum 1981: 18-9.

Klett, Shirley. “The Pursuit of Jazz Reissues on LP. News Notes, New Record Guides, and Stan Kenton on the Creative World Label, 1940-1957.” IAJRC Journal 14.4 (October, 1981): 13-16.

McDonough, John. “Book review. Stan Kenton—Artistry in Rhythm, by William Lee.” Down Beat September 1981: 64-5.

“Radio Dancing Party, 1945-1946.” Progressive March 1981: 53.

“Stan Kenton Conducts the L.A. Neophonic.” Crescendo International May 1981: 26-7.

“Stan Kenton—Artistry in Rhythm, by William Lee [book review].” Variety 14 January 1981: n. pag.

“Stan Kenton—Artistry in Rhythm, by William Lee [book review].” Keyboard May 1981: 61.

Voce, Steve. “Kenton: Intermission Riff (Interview with Don Rendell).” Jazz Journal International August 1981: 11.


1982

“Buddy Childers Continues His Story.” Crescendo International March 1982: 16-7.

Fehrmann, G. “Stan Kenton—Artistry in Rhythm.” Jazz Podium May 1982: 16-20.

---. “Stan Kenton—Artistry in Rhythm, Vom William Lee [book review].” Jazz Podium May 1982: 62.

Giddins, Gary. “Stan Kenton: George’s Pride (The Avant-Garde Comes Home to Stan Kenton).” Village Voice 20 July 1982: 79.

Gitler, Ira, and et al. “Kool Jazz ‘82 (Concert Tribute).” Jazz Times September 1982: 13.

“Record Review: Kenton in England.” Jazz Journal International April 1982: 30-1.

“Record Review: Stan Kenton, 1947.” Jazz Journal International October 1982: 30.

“Record Review: Stan Kenton Presents.” Jazz Journal International March 1982: 47.

Robbins, Robert J. “The Kenton Sound Is Heard Again (3rd Annual Reunion).” Crescendo International May 1982: 11.

“Stan Kenton—Artistry in Rhythm, by William Lee [book review].” Jazz Educators Journal 1982: 81.

“Stan Kenton—Artistry in Rhythm, by William Lee [book review].” Jazz Podium May 1982: 16-20, 62.


1983

Dexter Jr, Dave. “Catalogue of Kenton’s Label Sold; GNP Crescendo Acquires All Creative World Albums.” Billboard 9 July 1983: 38.

Keefe, Thomas M. “Carol Easton, Straight Ahead: The Story of Stan Kenton [book review].” IAJRC Journal 15 (November, 1983): 29.

“Live Reviews: ‘Shades of Kenton’ Big Band at Birch Hall Hotel, Oldham.” Crescendo International September 1983: 10+.


1984

“Big Band Jazz.” Texas Monthly March 1984: 146.

Garrod, Charles. Stan Kenton and His Orchestra, Volume One, 1940-1951. Zephyrsville, FL: Joyce Record Club, 1984.

---. Stan Kenton and His Orchestra, Volume Two, 1952-1959. Zephyrsville, FL: Joyce Music Publication, 1984.

Johnson, John F. “Stan Kenton—Artistry in Rhythm, by William Lee [book review].” American Music 2.3 (1984): 106-107. .

“Trumpet Man Marvin Stamm: Business Before Pleasure.” Down Beat February 1984: 28.


1985

Agostinelli, Anthony Joseph. “Stan Kenton: The Many Musical Moods of His Orchestras.” Jazz Research Papers 5 (1985): 1-16. Google Scholar. Web. n.d.

Schonfield, Victor. “Stan Kenton — the Uncollected, Vol.6.” Jazz Journal October 1985: 30.

Woolley, Stan. “Kenton in Retrospect.” Jazz Journal June 1985: 13-5.


1986

Agostinelli, Anthony Joseph. Stan Kenton: The Many Musical Moods of His Orchestras. Portsmouth, RI: AJ Agostinelli, 1986. Google Scholar. Web. n.d.

Keepnews, Peter. “Blue Notes. Stan Kenton’s Fans Plan An Unconventional Tribute.” Billboard 22 November 1986: 66.

Lindstrom, Fred B, and Naomi Lindstrom. “Adorno Encounters Cu-Bop: Experimental Music As a Task for Critics and Their Audiences.” Sociological Perspectives 29.2 (April, 1986): 284-403.

Tercinet, Alain. “Stan Kenton Ou Le Conservatoire.” West Coast Jazz. Marseilles: n.p., 1986. 55-66.


1987

Alperson, Philip. “Aristotle on Jazz: Philosophical Reflections on Jazz and Jazz Education.” Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education (1987): 39-60.

Patterson, Lamont. “Stan Kenton Remembered.” Marge Hofacre’s No Name Jazzletter November 1987: 19.

“Stan Kenton.” Micrography January 1987: 21.

Voce, Steve. “It Don’t Mean a Thing. Viva Kenton!” Jazz Journal June 1987: 12-3.


1989

Arganian, Lillian. Stan Kenton: The Man and His Music. N.p.: Artistry Press, 1989.

---. Stan Kenton: The Man and His Music 1989: n. pag. Google Scholar. Web. n.d.

Hofacre, Marge. “Stan Kenton. The Man and His Music, by Lillian Arganian [book review].” Marge Hofacre’s No Name Jazz News December 1989: 40.

Voce, Steve. “Artistry with Everything. Steve Voce Took a Tape Recorder Along to the Viva Kenton Symposium.” Jazz Journal November 1989: 16-8.

---. “Record Review: Kenton ‘63.” Jazz Journal November 1989: n. pag.

Wooley, Stan. “Pete Rugolo: Artistry in Arranging.” Jazz Journal June 1989: 12-4.


1990

Knauer, Wolfram. “Komposition in Der Jazzgeschichte. “Progressive Jazz”. Kenton Und Andere.” Zwischen Bebop Und Free Jazz. Komposition Und Improvisation Des Modern Jazz Quartet. Mainz: n.p., 1990.

Magnani, Massimo. “Il Contrabbasso Nell’orchestra Di Stan Kenton: Eddie Safranski.” Italy, 1990.

“Stan Kenton. The Man and His Music.” Jazz Times November 1990: 32-6.


1991

Arganian, Lillian. “Kenton Lives! “Back to Balboa” - Impressive 50th Anniversary Tribute to Stan Kenton.” Marge Hofacre’s No Name Jazz News September 1991: 11-2.

---. “A Smash of a Bash. Kenton Fans, Friends, Alumni Return to Balboa in 50th Anniversary Celebration.” IAJRC Journal 24.2 (1991): 1-5.

Feather, Leonard G. “Rivive a Balboa Il Ricordo Di Stan Kenton.” Musica Jazz August 1991: 11.

---. “Stan Kenton Fest Opens in Newport : Jazz: ‘Back to Balboa,’ a Reputed Celebration of the Modern Maestro, Contained Very Little of His Music.” Los Angeles Times 1 June 1991:: n. pag. http://articles.latimes.com/1991-05-17/entertainment/ca-1842_1_stan-kenton. Web. n.d.

Garrod, Charles. Stan Kenton and His Orchestra, Volume Three, 1960-1979. Zephyrsville, FL: Joyce Record Club, 1991.

Hershon, Bob. “Riffs and Reminiscences. Howard Rumsey Remembers Stan Kenton.” California Jazz Now September 1991: 12.

Stewart, Zan. “JAZZ NOTES : Celebrating the Case for Stan Kenton.” Los Angeles Times 17 May 1991:: n. pag. http://articles.latimes.com/1991-05-17/entertainment/ca-1842_1_stan-kenton. Web. n.d.

Yanow, Scott. “50 Years of Stan Kenton Music Still Inspires at “Back to Balboa”.” Jazz Link July 1991: 22-3.

---. “Caught. Back to Balboa, Newport Beach, Ca.” Down Beat August 1991: 53-4.


1992

Gioia, Ted. “Big Bands Out West. The Kenton Writers.” West Coast Jazz. Modern Jazz in California, 1945-1960. New York: n.p., 1992. 144-151.

Lange, Art. “The Real Kenton Canon.” Down Beat February 1992: 45-6.

Nicholson, Stuart. “Unsung/Undersung. Stan Kenton.” The Wire June 1992: 59-60.


1993

Cane, Giampiero. “Stan Kenton. Fuochi D’artificio E Bolle Di Sapone.” Blu Jazz April 1993: 6-11.

Duvivier, George, and Edward Berger. “Stan Kenton.” Basically Speaking. An Oral History of George Duvivier. Metuchen, NJ: n.p., 1993. 84-85.

Foglia, Stephen. “Six Compositions Utilizing Extended Harmonies and Improvisational Techniques.”(1993).

Gabel, Edward F. Stan Kenton: The Early Years, 1941-1947. Lake Geneva, WI: Balboa Books, 1993. Library of Congress or OCLC Worldcat. Web. n.d.

Gridley, Mark C. “Stan Kenton.” Jazz Styles. History and Analysis. Englewood Cliffs NJ: n.p., 1993. 180-184.

Lewien, Lothar. “Starlight by Kenton.” Charlie Mariano. Tears of Sound - Wanderer Zwischen Den Musikwelten. St. Andrä-Wördern: Hannibal Verlag, 1993. 73-78.

Lucraft, Howard. “Pete Rugolo.” Crescendo & Jazz Music August 1993: n. pag.

Mosbrook, Joe. “The Four Freshmen and Stan Kenton.” Cleveland Jazz History. Cleveland Heights, OH: n.p., 1993. 73-74.

Myers, Patricia. “Stan Kenton Alumni Performances, Phoenix, AZ.” Marge Hofacre’s Jazz News December 1993: 29.


1994

Sparke, Michael, and Pete Venudor. Kenton on Capitol & Creative World. A Discography. Lake Geneva, WI: Balboa Books, 1994. Library of Congress or OCLC Worldcat. Web. n.d.


1995

Arganian, Lillian. “A Step Beyond. Stan Kenton, Don Ellis Music. Highlight Gig at Daventry, England.” Marge Hofacre’s Jazz News July 1995: 17-8.

Elworth, Steven B. “Jazz in Crisis, 1948-1958: Ideology and Representation.” Jazz Among the Discourses. Ed. Krin Gabbard. Durham: Duke University Press, 1995. 57-75.

Leonard, Herman. “Jazz Memories.” Jazz Memories. Levallois-Perret France: n.p., 1995. 122-125.

Pirie, Christopher Anthony. Artistry in Kenton, Book One. 2 vols. Ipswich GB: n.p., 1995.

Voce, Steve. “Scratchin’ the Surface. The Gracie Fields of Jazz.” Jazz Journal June 1995: 6.


1996

Failoni, Helmut. “Stan Kenton E Bob Graettinger. Una Coppia Tesa a Correggere Il Jazz.” Jazz (Italy) May 1996: 40-1.

“The Los Angeles Collegiate Neophonic Orchestra.” Jazz Research Papers 1996: 165-9.

“Stan Kenton.” Jazz at Ronnie Scott’s March 1996: 13.

Stewart, Zan. “Reiussues. The Early, Restless Searches.” Down Beat August 1996: 66.

Voce, Steve. “The Mosaic Recordings. The Complete Capitol Studio Recordings of Stan Kenton.” Jazz Journal June 1996: 18-22.

---. “Scratchin’ the Surface. Capitol Punishment.” Jazz Journal March 1996: 8-9.

Woolley, Stan. “Rendezvous with Kenton.” Jazz Journal International May 1996: 6-7.

---. “Rendezvous with Kenton.” Jazz Journal May 1996: 6-7.


1997

Adler, Philippe, and Pierre de Chocqueuse. Passeport Pour Le Jazz. Les Grands CD Du Jazz Moderne 1944-1997. Paris: Balland, 1997.

Batchelor, Christian. “Stan Kenton.” This Thing Called Swing. A Study of Swing Music and the Lindy Hop, the Original Swing Dance. London: Original Lindy Hop Collection, 1997. 282-283.

Bowers, Jack. “Record Review: Plays Holman Live!” Cadence April 1997: 109-10.

“Cubop À La Kenton. In Arnhem Woedt Cuban Fire.” BigBand! January 1997: 8-9.

Ford, William. “Santa Barbara Dusk: Stan Kenton.” Brilliant Corners. N.p.: n.p., 1997. 17-18.

Lee III, William F. MF Horn. Maynard Ferguson’s Life in Music. Ojay CA: M.F. Music, 1997. 31, 39.

Lucraft, Howard. “The Kenton Era Revisited.” Crescendo & Jazz Music 1997: 224-5.


1998

Arganian, Lillian. “The Kenton Era, Part I.” Marge Hofacre’s Jazz News July 1998: 6-7.

---. “The Kenton Era, Part II.” Marge Hofacre’s Jazz News September 1998: 6-7.

Giddins, Gary. “Stan Kenton. Big.” Visions of Jazz. The First Century. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. 327- 330.

Gladwell, Brian. “Rendezvous in Britain ‘98.” Crescendo & Jazz Music June 1998: 18-21.

Hultin, Randi. “Born Under the Sign of Jazz.” Sanctuary. London: n.p., 1998. 53-55.

Maletto, Gian Mario. “Quelle Stratosferiche “innovations”.” Musica Jazz May 1998: 52-3.

Mertitt, Al. “UK Jazz Scene.” California Jazz Now June 1998: 21.

Sparke, Michael, and Pete Venudor. Stan Kenton : The Studio Sessions: A Discography. Lake Geneva, WI: Balboa Books, 1998. Library of Congress or OCLC Worldcat. Web. n.d.

Voce, Steve. “Scratchin’ the Surface. One Morning in May.” Jazz Journal June 1998: 10-1.


1999

Borgman, George. “On and Off the Road with Stan Kenton and Leo Curran.” Joslin’s Jazz Journal August 1999: 10.

---. “On and Off the Road with Stan Kenton and Leo Curran.” Joslin’s Jazz Journal February 1999: 10-12. 14.

Garside, Ernie. “A Tribute to Stan Kenton. The Dennis Noday Orchestra Pacific Cruise.” Crescendo & Jazz Music February 1999: 25.

“The Lead-In Groove.” Joslin’s Jazz Journal February 1999: 1.

Salazar, Max. “Stan Kenton’s Latin Jazz Connections.” Latin Beat May 1999: 24-7.

Vicentius, C P. “Big Band ABC. Stan Kenton and His Orchestra.” BigBand! July 1999: 24.

Voce, Steve. “Scratching the Surface. Troubles with Kenton.” Jazz Journal August 1999: 11, 43.


2000

Bennett, Betty. “The Ladies Who Sing with the Band.” The Ladies Who Sing with the Band. Lanham MD: Scarecrow, 2000. 62-66.

de Bloeme, Egbert. “Stan Kenton.” NJA Bulletin March 2000: 26-9.

Harrison, Max. “Essential Jazz Records. Stan Kenton.” Jazz Review April 2000: 26-8.

Jack, Gordon. “Record Review: Stan Kenton and the Innovations Orchestra - Carnegie Hall - Oct ‘51.” Jazz Journal International November 2000: 39.

Joyner, David. “Analyzing Third Stream.” Contemporary Music Review 19.1 (2000): 63-87.

Paczynski, Georges. Une Histoire De La Batterie De Jazz. Tome 2: Les Années Bebop. La Voie Royale Et Les Chemins De Traverse. Paris: Outre Mesure, 2000.

Sohmer, Jack. “Record Review: The Sound of Kenton (Hitchcock Media).” Jazz Times September 2000: 134.

van Eyle, Wim. “Stan Kenton Voor Het Eerst in Nederland, 1953.” NJA Bulletin March 2000: 29-32.

Voce, Steve. “Scratching the Surface.” Jazz Journal July 2000: 16-7.


2001

Bennett, Bill. “Record Review: Revelations (Tantara).” Jazz Today February 2001: 110=112.

---. “Record Review: Stan Kenton - Revelations; Chicago Jazz Ensemble, William Russo - Kenton a La Russo.” Jazz Times January 2001: 110-2.

Bowers, Jack. “Record Review: Odyssey 1951-1968.” Cadence March 2001: 130-1.

Bruyninckx, Walter. “Newly Discovered Tapes. JATP All Stars & Stan Kenton.” Names & Numbers October 2001: 11-2.

Buium, Greg. “Record Review: Revelations: Repertoire Rarities 1940-1978.” Cadence May 2001: 107-8.

Chase, Russ. “Record Review. Artistry in Kenton.” IAJRC Journal (2001).

Clare, John. “Kenton, the Kool & the Third Stream. John Clare on the Music of Stan Kenton, and Its Diverse Sources.” JazzChord October 2001: 11-2.

Comden, Bob. “Big Band Bash. Kenton Clan’s 11th Annual Party.” Jersey Jazz November 2001: 8.

Jack, Gordon. “Record Review. 1948 Live.” Jazz Journal International February 2001: 33-4.

---. “Record Review: In Hollywood.” Jazz Journal International January 2001: 33.

---. “Record Review: Stan Kenton Celebration: Back to Balboa Volume 6.” Jazz Journal International December 2001: 43-4.

Milkowski, Bill. “The Evolution of Jazz Education.” Jazz Times 2001: 34-38, 40.

Stein, Vic. “Letters: Stan the Educatin’ Man.” Jazz Times March 2001: 15.

Voce, Steve. “Record Review. Artistry in Kenton Vol 1-3.” Jazz Journal International November 2001: 27-8.

---. “Record Review: The Stan Kenton Story.” Jazz Journal International March 2001: 32-3.

Vosbein, Terry. “Pete Rugolo and Progressive Jazz.” Jazz Research Proceedings Yearbook, 2001 (2001).

Woolley, Stan. “Record Review: Revelations: Repertoire Rarities 1940-1978.” Jazz Journal International June 2001: 32-3.


2002

Clare, John. “Stan Kenton & Kalifornia Kool.” JazzChord February 2002: 9-10, 12.

Hartley, Jack. “Reminiscing on Stan Kenton and June Christy.” Jersey Jazz June 2002: 18.

Hilgart, Art. “Record Review: Stompin’ at Newport.” IAJRC Journal (2002).

Hoogeveen, Gerard J. “Stan Kenton’s Recordings on Compact Disc. A Discographical Survey. Part 1 - the Earliest Recordings (1937-1942).” Names & Numbers October 2002: 2-5.

Hughes Jr, Robert LeRoy. “Howard Rumsey’s Lighthouse All-Stars. Modern Jazz in California 1952-1959.” PhD thesis. Saint Louis MO, 2002.

Jack, Gordon. “Record Review. 1950.” Jazz Journal International April 2002: 38.

Ramsey, Doug. “Record Review. Stompin’ at Newport (Pablo).” Jazz Times November 2002: 93.

Spencer, Frederick J. Jazz and Death. Medical Profiles of Jazz Greats. Jackson MS: University of Mississippi Press, 2002. 204-206.

Vosbein, Terry. “New Concepts of Bill Russo.” Jazz Research Proceedings Yearbook, 2002 (2002).

Young, Herb. “Record Review: Kenton a La Russo.” IAJRC Journal (2002).


2003

Harris, Steven D. The Kenton Kronicles: A Biography of Modern America’s Man of Music, Stan Kenton. Pasadena: Dynaflow, 2003. Google Scholar. Web. n.d.

Hoogeveen, Gerard J. “Stan Kenton’s Recordings on Compact Disc. A Discographical Survey. Part 2 (1943-1944).” Names & Numbers January 2003: 32-6.

Jack, Gordon. “Record Review: Clearwater ‘72.” Jazz Journal International January 2003: 32-3.

---. “Record Review: Contemporary Concepts.” Jazz Journal International December 2003: 32.

---. “Record Review: Stan Kenton: 1950-1951.” Jazz Journal International June 2003: 31.

---. “Record Review: Stompin’ at Newport.” Jazz Journal International February 2003: 39-40.

Lees, Gene. “Two of a Kind: Stan and Pete.” Friends Along the Way. A Journey Through Jazz. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003. 55-68.

Maggs, Jean. “William Russo: A Tribute.” Crescendo & Jazz Music February 2003: 27-8.

McDonough, John. “The Beat: William Russo: 1928-2003.” Down Beat May 2003: 16.

Woelfle, Marcus A. “Musiker-ABC. Stan Kenton.” Jazz Zeitung February 2003: 14.


2004

Belz, Carolin. “Stan Kenton Als Unternehmer.” Jazz Podium February 2004: 8-12.

Cadó, Michael. “The Big Band. From Dance Band to Jazz Orchestra.” MA Thesis. Toronto, Ontario, 2004.

Harris, George. “Stan Kenton Legacy.” All About Jazz (Los Angeles) January 2004: 12, 18.

Hoogeveen, Gerard J. “Stan Kenton’s Recordings on Compact Disc. A Discographical Survey. Part 3. The Early Recordings (Revisions & New Entires) (1940-1945).” Names & Numbers October 2004: 20-6.

McClellan Jr, Lawrence. The Later Swing Era, 1942 to 1955. Westport CT: Greenwood Press, 2004.

Reny, Bob. “Record Review. At Brant Inn 1993.” IAJRC Journal (2004): 59-60.

---. “Record Review: The Kenton Era.” IAJRC Journal (2004).

Robillard, François. “Record Review: Kenton Presents. Sal Salvador.” IAJRC Journal (2004).

Santella, Jim. “Reviews: Stan Kenton - “Horns of Plenty, Vol. 1”; “Horns of Plenty, Vol. 2”; “Horns of Plenty, Vol. 3”.” Cadence May 2004: 39-41.

Snyder, S L A. Artistry in Latin: Stan Kenton’s Contribution to Jazz. N.p.: n.p., 2004.

Vosbein, Terry. “Willie Maiden and the New Old School. The Stan Kenton Years.” Jazz Research Proceedings Yearbook, 2004 (2004): 143-150.


2005

Dietrich, Kurt. Jazz Bones. The World of Jazz Trombone. Rottenburg: Advance Music, 2005. 295- 312.

Hoogeveen, Gerard J. “Stan Kenton’s Recordings on Compact Disc. A Discographical Survey. Part 4: The Mid 1940s Recordings (December 1945-November 1946).” Names & Numbers January 2005: 15-9.

Vosbein, Terry. “Stan Kenton: Master Dramatist.” Jazz Research Proceedings Yearbook, 2005 (2005).

Wilson, Peter Niklas. “Stan Kenton.” Jazz Klassiker. Ed. Peter Niklas Wilson. Stuttgart: Reclam, 2005. 193-200.


2007

Buijsje, Bert. “Pete Venudor (Paul Visser) 1934-2007. Kenton-discograaf.” NJA Jazz Bulletin October 2007: 43.

Franklin, David. “Kenton Portraits. A Loving Salute (Tantara).” Jazz Times May 2007: 136.


2008

Jones, Ryan Patrick. ““Free Swing” and the Emergent Neophonic: Forging Progressive Jazz with Stan Kenton in the 1947 Dance Hall.” Jazz Research Journal 2.1 (2008): 29-54.

Ledet, Andrew. “Kenton’s Campers. Jazz Camps Formed Their Roots at the National Stage Band Camp.” Down Beat March 2008: 68-9.

Ortmann, Peter. “BundesJazzOrchester Mit Neuem Programm. “Revisited Stan Kenton”. Hommage An Eine Orchester-Legende.” Musikforum October 2008: 13.

Schumacher, Hazen, and John Stevens. “Stan Kenton’s Orchestra. Adios.” A Golden Age of Jazz Revisited, 1939-1942. Three Pivotal Years of Musical Excitement. Ann Arbor MI: NPP Books, 2008. 115.

Siders, Harvey. “The Stan Kenton Orchestra - “Cool, Hot & Swingin’” (Tantara).” Jazz Times February 2008: 138-9.


2009

Determeyer, Eddy. “Tijke Harder Graag. Stan Kenton Was Niet Voor Watjes.” Jazz Nu 2009: 56-9.

LaFaro-Fernandez, Helene. Jade Visions: The Life and Music of Scott LaFaro. 1 ed. Denton, Texas: University of North Texas Press, 2009. 182-183. books.google.com. Web. 11 October 2014. North Texas Lives of Musician Series 4.

Reny, Bob. “Record Review: Road Band ‘67.” IAJRC Journal (September, 2009).

Tannenbaum, Perry. “Record Review: Road Band ‘67 (Tantara).” Jazz Times May 2009: 112.


2010

Conrad, Thomas. “Record Review: Stan Kenton Alumni Band – Have Band Will Travel (Summit).” Jazz Times June 2010: 65.

Duerden, Nick. “Leslie Kenton. “I Was Angry, but I Never Hated My Father.” Leslie Kenton Has Written Dozens of Books on Health and Beauty. But She Struggled for Four Years to Produce a Searing Memoir About How Her Father – Jazz Musician Stan Kenton – Sexually Abused Her As a Child. [book review].” The Guardian 20 February 2010:: n. pag.

Fine, Richard Samuel. “The Birth of Jeru: Gerry Mulligan’s Early Composing/Arranging Career (1945-1953).” PhD Dissertation. College Park, MD, 2010.

Harding, Louette. “‘My Father’s Relationship with Me Ultimately Destroyed Him’. Writer Leslie Kenton Reveals the Secret Incest She Endured [book review].” Daily Mail 31 January 2010:: n. pag.

Jack, Gordon. “Stan Kenton. This Is An Orchestra, by Michael Sparke [book review].” Jazz Journal July 2010: 11.

McDonough, John. “Record Review. This Is An Orchestra (Tantara 1125); The Stan Kenton Alumni Band — Have Band Will Travel (Summit 535).” Down Beat November 2010: 64.

Voce, Steve. “Scratching the Surface. Stan Kenton.” Jazz Journal March 2010: 9.


2011

Beetz, Tom. “Project. Stan Kenton in Noord-Brabant. Een Aanslag Op Je Conditie.” NJA Jazz Bulletin September 2011: 28-31.

Conti, Luca. “Jazz Cinema. Centenari. Gil Evans E Stan Kenton.” Musica Jazz December 2011: 20-1.

Friedwald, Will. “A Restless Soul Revealed. Will Scandalous Allegations Tarnish Stan Kenton’s Musical Legacy?” Wall Street Journal 28 January 2011:: n. pag.

Grimes, William. “Pete Rugolo, 95, Arranger and Composer.” New York Times 19 October 2011, B: 19.

Hajdu, David. “Remembering the Monstrous Stan Kenton.” The New Republic 9 December 2011: n. pag.

Hillman, Marcia. “Stan Kenton. This Is An Orchestra, by Michael Sparke [book review].” All About Jazz July 2011: 34.

de Jonge, Coen. “Stan Kenton. Omstreden Engeprezen.” Jazzism March 2011: 104-7.

Kenton, Leslie. Love Affair. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2011. Library of Congress or OCLC Worldcat. Web. n.d.

Klostermann, Berthold. “Der “Rachmaninow Des Jazz”. Seine Orchester Waren Experimentierfeld, Sammelbecken Großer Jazztalente Und Zeichneten Sich Durch Ihren Bombastischen Sound Aus. Vor 100 Jahren Wurde Er Geboren: Stan Kenton, Der Große Bandleader Von Der Westküste.” Fono Forum December 2011: 48-9.

Lang, Joe. “Stan Kenton — Artistry in Rhythm: Portrait of a Jazz Legend.” Jersey Jazz April 2011: 55.

Nicholson, Stuart. “The Way It Is. Putting the World to Rights. Heart of Glass. Stan Kenton Produced Some Music That Was Excellent, Even Importantly Original, Says Stuart Nicholson. But Shocking Revelations Against Kenton Have Left Fans of His Music Reeling.” Jazzwise October 2011: 14.

Sparke, Michael. Stan Kenton: This Is An Orchestra! Denton: University of North Texas Press, 2011. Library of Congress or OCLC Worldcat. Web. n.d.

Tirro, Frank. “Stan Kenton. This Is An Orchestra, by Michael Sparke [book review].” American Music 2011: 268-70.

Vacher, Peter. “Stan Kenton. This Is An Orchestra, by Michael Sparke [book review].” Jazzwise August 2011: 53.

Voce, Steve. “Scratching the Surface. Steve Voce Finds Miles’s 60s Quintet on Columbia Legacy As Fresh As Today, Hails Down the Original British Jazz and Marvels at the BBC Big Band’s Reading of Kenton.” Jazz Journal November 2011: 8-9.


2012

Kobe, Reiner. “100 Jahre – Stan Kenton.” Jazz ‘n’ More January 2012: 42-3.

Thomas, Greg. “Big-band Leader Stan Kenton Gets Centennial Tribute with All His Hits. Manhattan School of Music’s Jazz Orchestra Pays Tribute to Controversial Figure.” New York Daily News 1 March 2012.


2013

Erskine, Peter. No Beethoven: An Autobiography & Chronicle of Weather Report. 1 ed. Santa Monica, CA: Fuzzy Music, 2013.

Graff, Gary. “Sound Check: Peter Erskine Performs the Music of Stan Kenton.” The Oakland (MI) Press 5 April 2013.

“SNJO: The Incredible Sound of Stan Kenton, Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh.” The Herald Scotland 29 April 2013.