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LABEL Capitol
NO. H 358
FORMAT 10” Record
RECORDING DATES see below

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Tracks

1. Tampico (Allan Roberts & Doris Fisher)
arr. by Gene Roland
vocal: June Christy
[4 May 1945]

2. Artistry In Boogie (Pete Rugolo & Stan Kenton)
arr. by Pete Rugolo
solos: Kenton & Rugolo (p)/ Safranski (b) Musso (ts) Alvarez (tp) Winding (tb)
[4 June 1946]

3. Southern Scandal (Stan Kenton)
arr. by Stan Kenton
solos: Kenton (p)/Wayne (b) Childers (tp) Zito (tb)
[4 May 1945]

4. Machito (Pete Rugolo)
arr. by Pete Rugolo
solos: Kenton (p) Winding (tb) Alvarez (tp) Childers (tp)/Layton (tb)
[13 February 1947]

5. And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine (Joe Greene, Charles Lawrence & Stan Kenton)
arr. by Buddy Baker
vocal: Anita O'Day
[20 May 1944]

6. Minor Riff (Pete Rugolo & Stan Kenton)
arr. by Pete Rugolo
solos: Kenton (p)/Safranski (b) Alvarez (tp) Musso (ts)
[31 May 1947]

7. Across The Alley From The Alamo (Joe Greene, Charles Lawrence & Stan Kenton)
vocal: June Christy
solo: Musso (ts)
[28 February1947

8. Unison Riff (Pete Rugolo)
arr. by Pete Rugolo
solos: Kenton (p) Mussulli (as) Safranski (b) Alvarez (tp)
[1 April 1947]


Added to 12" LP


There Is No Greater Love
arr. by Pete Rugolo
Vocal: The Pastels .
Solo: Kenton (p)
[28 February 1947]

After You
arr. by Pete Rugolo/Dave Lambert
Vocal: The Pastels.
Solos: Kenton (p)/Safranski (b)
[2 January 1947]

How High the Moon
arr. by Neal Hefti/Pete Rugolo
Vocal: Christy.
Solos: Bert (tb), Alvarez (tp), Pepper (as)
[21 December 1947]

Harlem Holiday (A Message To Harlem)
arr. by Kenton
Solos: Costanzo (bgo), Alvarez (tp), Cooper (ts), Bert (tb), Pepper (as), Porcino (tp), Kenton (p)/Safranski (b), Manne (d)
[22 December 1947]


Additional Capitol versions

EPF 358 — two 45rpm 7” records

T 358 — 12” LP