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Chet Baker - Chet (1959)

22-12-2013, 09:24
Music | Jazz | FLAC / APE

Chet Baker - Chet (1959)

Artist: Chet Baker
Title Of Album: Chet
Year Of Release: 1959
Label: Riverside
Genre: Jazz
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 51:08
Total Size: 219 MB (+3%)

01. Alone Together
02. How High The Moon
03. It Never Entered My Mind
04. 'Tis Autumn
05. If You Could See Me Now
06. September Song
07. You'D Be So Nice To Come Home To
08. Time On My Hands (You In My Arms)
09. You And The Night And The Music
10. Early Morning Mood

personnel :

Chet Baker - Trumpet
Pepper Adams - Baritone Sax
Herbie Mann - Flute
Kenny Burrell - Guitar
Bill Evans - Piano
Paul Chambers - Bass
Connie Kay, Phily Joe Jones - Drums

Chet Baker’‘s 1959 (reissued in 1987) release, CHET, is a romantic yet melancholy collection of mostly ballads. Baker doesn’‘t sing here, but his highly emotive and lyrical trumpet playing makes this album more than compelling. Most importantly, this is one of the few recording sessions where he was accompanied by the legendary pianist, Bill Evans. Evans and Baker’‘s approaches to jazz were uniquely individual, yet they both imbued their musical vocabulary with a high degree of pathos; they also shared a great love for soft, delicate ballads. On “Alone Together” and “If You Could See Me Now,” Evans plays a subtle yet penetrating piano introduction, and Baker enters with his distinctly rich and breathy tone. Truly a great musical pair, Baker and Evans lead an all-star band in what can only be characterized as relaxed but reflective jazz. A merging of East and West Coast cool jazz styles, CHET is an album that emphasizes instrumental restraint, yet deep musical tenderness.

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