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Road Show

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LABEL Capitol
NO. TBO 1327
FORMAT Two 12” Records
PRODUCER Lee Gillette with John Palladino & Bill Wagner
LINER NOTES Bill Peeples
LOCATION Edward C. Elliott Hall Of Music, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana
RECORDING DATE 10 October 1959

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Tracks

1. Artistry In Rhythm (Stan Kenton)
arr. by Stan Kenton
solo: Kenton (p)

2. Stompin’ At The Savoy (Benny Goodman, Chick Webb, Edgar Sampson & Andy Razaf)
arr. by Bill Holman
solos: Chivily (b) Kenton (p) Ericson (tp) Trujillo (ts)

3. My Old Flame (Arthur Johnston & Sam Coslow)
arr. by Marty Paich
solos: Trujillo (ts) Ericson (tp)

4. The Big Chase (Marty Paich)
arr. by Marty Paich
solos: Trujillo (ts) Ericson (tp) Nimitz (bs) Sebesky (tb) Pacheco (timbales)/Campbell (d)

5. I Want To Be Happy (Vincent Youmans & Irving Caesar)
arr. by Pete Rugolo
vocal: June Christy

6. It’s A Most Unusual Day (Jimmy McHugh & Harold Adamson)
arr. by Pete Rugolo
vocal: June Christy

7. The Midnight Sun (Lionel Hampton & Johnny Burke & Johnny Mercer)
arr. by Pete Rugolo
vocal: June Christy

8. Kissing Bug (Rex Stewart, Billy Strayhorn & Joya Sherrill)
arr. by Bob Cooper
vocal: June Christy

10. Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered (Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart)
arr. by Bob Cooper
vocal: June Christy

11. How High The Moon (Lewis Morgan & Nancy Hamilton)
arr. by Neal Hefti
vocal: June Christy

11. Yardbird Suite - chaser (Charlie Parker)

12. Day In, Day Out (Rube Bloom & Johnny Mercer)
arr. by Gene Roland
vocal: The Four Freshmen
solos: Flanagan (tb) Albers (tp)

13. Angel Eyes (Matt Dennis & Tom Adair)
arr. by Pete Rugolo
vocal: The Four Freshmen

13. I’m Always Chasing Rainbows (Joseph McCarthy & Harry Carroll)
arr. by Pete Rugolo
vocal: The Four Freshmen

14. Paper Doll (John S. Black)
arr. by Pete Rugolo
vocal: The Four Freshmen

15. Them There Eyes (Maceo Pinkard, William Tracey & Doris Tauber)
arr. by Pete Rugolo
vocal: The Four Freshmen

16. Love For Sale (Cole Porter)
arr. by Pete Rugolo
solos: LeCoque (tb) Mariano (as) Pacheco (timb)

17. September Song (Kurt Weill & Maxwell Anderson)
arr. by Stan Kenton
vocal: The Four Freshmen
solo: Brisbois (tp)

18. Walking Shoes (Gerry Mulligan)
arr. by Gerry Mulligan
vocal: June Christy & The Four Freshmen
solos: Sebesky (tb) Trujillo (ts) Nimitz (bs) Ericson (tp)

19. The Peanut Vendor (Moises Simons, Marion Sunshine & Wolfe Gilbert
head arrangement
vocal: June Christy & The Four Freshmen
solos: Larsen (tb) Kenton (p)

20. Artistry In Rhythm (Stan Kenton)
arr. by Stan Kenton
vocal: June Christy & The Four Freshmen


Additional Capitol versions

CDP 7 96328 2 — CD

Other versions

Creative World reissue — ST-1019 & ST-1020 — two 12” LPs

Personnel

Alto sax
Charlie Mariano

Tenor sax
Bill Trujillo
Ronnie Rubin

Bari sax
Jack Nimitz
Marvin Holladay

Trumpet
Bud Brisbois
Dalton Smith
Rolf Ericson
Roger Middleton
Bill Mathieu

Trombone
Archie LeCoque
Kent Larsen
Don Sebseky
Jim Amlotte (b-tb)
Bob Knight (b-tb)

Piano
Stan Kenton

Bass
Pete Chivilly

Drums
Jimmy Campbell

Percussion
Mike Pacheco

Vocal
June Christy
The Four Freshmen