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Blue Note Records

The most popular and adventurous of the albums by Kenton's orchestra in the '60s - Adventures in Jazz - featured Bill Holman's radical reworking of "Malaguena" (which became Kenton's signature piece for the next 2 decades) and introduced a major composer/arranger in Dee Barton with "Waltz of the Prophets" and "Turtle Talk"; tenor saxophonist Sam Donohue is the principle soloist. Added to the original album - now newly remixed for spectacular sound - are 3 bonus tracks!

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1) Turtle Talk
2) Stairway to the Stars
3) Limehouse Blues
4) Malaguena
5) Misty
6) Waltz of the Prophets
7) Body and Soul
8) It Might As Well Be Spring
9) Waltz of the Prophets (First Version)
10) Body and Soul (First Version)

Adventures in Jazz
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