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All About Ronnie - arr. Bill Russo
Exactly as recorded by Chris Conner with the Stan Kenton Orchestra, this moody, brilliant arrangement is a perfect vehicle for your vocalist.
Day Dream - arr. Lennie Niehaus
As recorded by the Stan Kenton Orchestra and Jean Turner, this is a superb Ellington ballad that will make you want to hear it over and over again.
I Remember You - arr. Lennie Niehaus
Here is a wonderful vocal chart by Lennie on this unforgettable standard.
I'll Be Seeing You - arr. Bob Curnow
This was originally arranged as a vocal chart and has been published to also feature vocal or any one of a number of soloists (your choice).
Lot of Livin' To Do - arr. Bill Holman
As recorded by the Stan Kenton Orchestra and Jean Turner, this chart used to be Jean's opener when she sang with the Kenton Band.
Misty - arr. Gene Roland
This was recorded by the Stan Kenton Orchestra on "Adventures in Jazz.
September Song - arr. Stan Kenton
The Kenton Band had many hits over the years, and a couple of them involved the whole band singing.