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Early Stan Kenton on Film

SOURCE: Published: 2013-12-27
Back in the 1940s, when radio, record company and movie studio efforts began to merge, shorts were viewed as a highly strategic way to promote bands in movie theaters before feature films came on. Here's a series of short films made with Stan Kenton
Stan Kenton
Stan Kenton
1911 - 1979
piano
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Jammin' in the Panoram (1942), with Howard Rumsey on bass...



Reed Rapture (1942)...



Tampico with June Christy in 1945...



Eager Beaver (1945)...



It's Been a Long, Long Time with June Christy (1945)...



In the Heart of San Anton' with June Christy and Gene Howard (1945)...


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This story appears courtesy of JazzWax by Marc Myers.
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