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  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Prologue (This Is An Orchestra!) on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - EASF,Capitol Records - 8F • Format: Vinyl 7 Stan Kenton - Prologue (This Is An Orchestra!) (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  3. Debuting September 24, on ABC, The Odd Couple is one of but a handful of successful TV-sitcom adaptations of a popular film property. Actually, before the film there had been an extremely successful stage version, written by Neil Simon and purportedly based on Simon's own experiences while rooming with his recently divorced brother (and fellow writer) Mel Simon.
  4. The Odd Couple is a comedy released in , starring Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthou. Two divorced men, Felix Ungar (Jack Lemmon) and Oscar Madison (Walter Matthau) decide to become roommates. One is a neat-freak, while the other is an absolute slob. .
  5. I n The Odd Couple, CBS’s re–OK, hold on a genidisgioboithetiliboharisi.coinfo kind of “re-” is this new Odd Couple (actually the second new Odd Couple, not counting a cartoon), anyway?. A reboot? That seems.
  6. Jun 01,  · Stan Kenton () formed his first full orchestra in and soon drew record-breaking crowds to hear and dance to his exciting sound. He continued to tour and record unrelentingly for the next four decades. Stan Kenton: This Is an Orchestra! sums up the mesmerizing bandleader at the Brand: University of North Texas Press.
  7. Stan Kenton in a Capitol publicity shot from the JJ Archive In the s, jazz lovers had a universal derogatory term: ‘commercial’. It encompassed the chromium-plated tastelessness of Harry James’s Orchestra, the pretentiousness of Artie Shaw and his violins, Tommy Dorsey as ‘the sentimental gentleman of Swing’, the flashiness of.
  8. Stan Kenton: This Is an Orchestra! sums up the mesmerizing bandleader at the height of his powers, arms waving energetically, his face a study of concentration as he cajoled, coaxed, strained, and obtained the last ounce of energy from every musician under his control.
  9. As recorded by the Stan Kenton Orchestra on “Live at Brigham Young University”, this is the thrilling Latin Stan Kenton sound like that of “Malaga” and “Malaguena” that is sure to dazzle any crowd. Solo space is written for tenor saxophone, trumpet, trombone, drums and congas along with wonderfully exciting ensemble writing making this a sure fire winner with your band.

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