Stan Kenton Cuban Fire!

Cuban Fire!
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  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 1991
  • Label: Blue Note Records


  • 1.Fuego Cubano
  • 2.El Congo Valiente
  • 3.Recuerdos
  • 4.Quien Sabe
  • 5.La Quera Baila
  • 6.La Suerte De Los Tontos
  • 7.Tres Corazones
  • 8.Malibu Moonlight
  • 9.El Panzon
  • 10.Carnival
  • 11.Wagon
  • 12.Early Hours (Lady Luck)

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Personnel includes: Stan Kenton (piano); Lennie Neihaus, Gene Baltazar (alto saxophone); Bill Perkins, Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone); Billy Root, Marvin Holliday (baritone saxophone); Ed Leddy, Sam Noto, Lee Katzman, Phil Gilbert, Al Mattaliano (trumpets); Vinnie Tano (trumpet, flugelhorn); Bob Fitzpatrick, Carl Fontana, Kent Larsen (trombone); Irving Rosenthal, Julius Watikins (French horn); Jay McAllister (tuba); Gene Roland (mellophonium); Ralph Blaze (guitar); Curtis Counce, Pete Chivily (bass); Art Anton, Mel Lewis (drums); Tommy Lopez, George Acevedo (congas); George Laguna (timbales); Roger Mozian (claves); Mario Alvarez (maracas).
Recorded at Capitol Studios, New York between May 22 & 24, 1956 and Capitol Studios, Los Angeles between September 19 & 21, 1960. Tracks 1-7 are mono, tracks 8-12 are stereo. Includes liner notes by Ted Daryll.
This CD contains one of the classic Stan Kenton albums, a six-part suite composed and arranged by Johnny Richards. The Kenton orchestra was expanded to 27 pieces for these dates including six percussionists, two French horns and six trumpets. With such soloists as tenor-great Lucky Thompson (on "Fuego Cubano,") trombonist Carl Fontana, altoist Lennie Niehaus, Bill Perkins on tenor and trumpeters Sam Noto and Vinnie Tanno, and plenty of raging ensembles, this is one of Stan Kenton's more memorable concept albums of the 1950s. ~ Scott Yanow

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  • Sales Rank: 42,832
  • UPC: 077779626021
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25/lbs (approx)
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