Music: A Certain Turmoil

A year ago last December, "progressive" Jazzman Stan Kenton decided to quit. His band was making almost as much money as it was noise, but Stan, who regarded himself as strictly a concert man, didn't like some of-the places he had to play, especially the dance halls. And he wasn't sure, he added, that he was "contributing." He toyed with the idea that he might contribute more by becoming a psychiatrist. "I guess I talked up a storm about the thing," he says. "Everybody thought that was going to be the next move." But...

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