Capitol WDX-569 (1955) is an album comprising four 12-inch LPs, therefore with 8 sides. They were arranged to be stacked on an automatic turntable, played four sides, then turned over for the remaining four sides.
Each side has approximately 20 minutes of music, although the mostly spoken sides 1 and 8 have only about 10 minutes of material.
|the story||the music|
|the young sound||part|
|a place to stand||1||prologue—Stan Kenton speaks of the development of his music|
|artistry in rhythm||4||1945–1946|
|8||epilogue—a word in summation and glance to the future|