|Format||LP Limited Edition|
Few musicians have embodied the romantic, and ultimately tragic, jazz figure as totally as Chesney "Chet" Baker (1929-88). Unschooled yet eloquent in his music, the Baker mystique has only reinforced one of the most haunting trumpet styles and ingenuous approaches to jazz singing. Chet is Chet Baker's classic 1959 Riverside album featuring jazz legends Bill Evans, Kenny Burrell, Herbie Mann and Pepper Adams. Cut from the original analogue master tapes by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio.
How High The Moon
It Never Entered My Mind
If You Could See Me Now
You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
Time On My Hands
You And The Night And The Music