8 thoughts on “ Reubens Blues - Stan Kenton - Mellophonium Moods 1962 (CD, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Mellophonium Moods on Discogs. Label: Status - STCD • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band Stan Kenton - Mellophonium Moods (, CD) | Discogs5/5(1).
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  3. Song information for Reuben's Blues - Stan Kenton on AllMusic. Song information for Reuben's Blues - Stan Kenton on AllMusic Artist/Album Label Time Stan Kenton. More Mellophonium Moods. Status (UK) Stan Kenton. Adventures in Blues.
  4. Find Stan Kenton discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Stan Kenton discography, albums and singles on AllMusic full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations Singles & EPs DVDs & Videos All. Year Album More Mellophonium Moods: Status (UK)
  5. Che Stan Kenton fosse un innovatore, è comunemente risaputo. Ma in questa incisione, la particolarità si deve che nella sua orchestra, per la prima volta, appare una sezione di strumenti nuovi: i rari e singolari mellophonium, incroci tra corni e tromboni, che hanno avuto impiego solo in quel periodo e, tranne qualche rara eccezione, solo con /5(7).
  6. The Stan Kenton Mellophoniums in late or early featuring (l to r): Dwight Carver, Bob Crull, Ray Starling, and Tony Scodwell. Reprinted from here. Combined with Turner's lyrical vocal abilities (sometimes eerily similar to Billie Holiday), the album was the most flawless of the entire mellophonium .
  7. Stan Kenton And His Orchestra Reuben's Blues Stan Kenton And His Orchestra - The Uncollected Vol. 6 (Album) 3 versions.
  8. Arranger Gene Roland composed nine blues-based originals for this LP, featuring himself on soprano and mellophonium along with altoist Gabe Baltazar and trumpeter Marvin crusacingolecvia.vawarcedigirelounutmolesata.co is one of the finer recordings by the Mellophonium Band, arguably Stan Kenton's last great orchestra. With the use of 20 horns, Roland was able to get a surprising amount of variety out of the material, making this.

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