Who Sang Moonlight in Vermont? Stan Kenton

Stan Kenton The Romantic Approach cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1961
length: 2:10
arranger: Stan Kenton
piano: Stan Kenton
orchestra: Stan Kenton and His Orchestra
alto saxophone: Gabe Baltazar
bass: Pete Chivily
tenor saxophone: Wayne Dunstan and Sam Donahue
trumpet: Dalton Smith, Larry McGuire, Ernie Bernhardt, Sanford Skinner and Bob Rolfe
drums (drum set): Jerry McKenzie
baritone saxophone: Marvin Holladay
bass trombone: Dave Wheeler and Jim Amlotte
mellophone: Dwight Carver, Keith LaMotte, Gordon Davison and Gene Roland
saxophone: Paul Renzi
trombone: Bob Fitzpatrick and Paul Heydorff
tuba: Clive Acker
Some other versions of "Moonlight in Vermont"

Pennies in a stream
Falling leaves a sycamore
Moonlight in Vermont

Gentle finger waves
Ski trails down a mountain side
Snowlight in Vermont

Telegraph cables, how they sing down the highway
As they travel each bend in the road
And when people meet, in this romantic setting
They're so hypnotized be the lovely...

Evening summer breeze
Sweet warblings of the meadowlark
Moonlight in Vermont

Vinyl 1
  • 1 When Your Lover Has Gone
  • 2 All the Things You Are
  • 3 I'm Glad There Is You
  • 4 Say It Isn't So
  • 5 Imagination
  • 6 Sweet and Lovely
  • 7 Fools Rush In
  • 8 You're Mine, You!
  • 9 Once in a While
  • 10 Moonlight in Vermont
  • 11 I Understand
  • 12 Oh! You Crazy Moon

  • Release information
    label: Creative World
    country(area): United States
    format: Vinyl
    script: Latin