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Chet Baker - The Legacy, Vol. 1 (1995) Mp3 320 + Lossless

20-07-2016, 17:41
Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: The Legacy, Vol. 1
Year Of Release: 1995
Label: Enja Records
Genre: Jazz, Cool Jazz
Quality: Mp3 320 kbps / FLAC (log,tracks+cue)
Total Time: 0:50:20
Total Size: 118 / 256 Mb


1. Here's That Rainy Day 05:21
2. How Deep is the Ocean? 04:33
3. Mister B. 04:56
4. In Your Own Sweet Way 06:51
5. All of You 04:17
6. Dolphin Dance 07:11
7. Look for the Silver Lining 05:14
8. Django 04:29
9. All Blues 07:25

Trumpet, Vocals, Composer – Chet Baker
Alto Saxophone – Herb Geller, Jochen Ment
Baritone Saxophone – Werner Ronfeldt
Bass – Lucas Lindholm
Drums – Alex Riel
Guitar – John Schroder
Piano – Walter Norris
Tenor Saxophone – Harald Ende, Stan Sulzman
Trombone – Hermann Plato, Manfred Grossmann, Wolfgang Ahlers
Trombone [Bass] – Egon Christmann
Trumpet – Heinz Habermann, Lennart Axelsson, Manfred Moch, Paul Kubatsch

Recorded on November 14, 1987 at Audimax, Hamburg, Germany.

On first glance, this CD might be mistaken for the pair of Enja releases titled The Last Great Concert which took place April 28, 1988. A few of the songs are the same and in both cases Baker was accompanied by The German NDR Big Band, but this particular set is taken from a previously unreleased concert from five months earlier and should delight his followers. Although Baker's singing voice had greatly declined through the years, his trumpet playing experienced a renaissance starting in the late '70s and he is in fine form throughout this purely instrumental set, a rare opportunity for the trumpeter to be showcased with a big band. Altoist Herb Geller and pianist Walter Norris (two of Baker's old friends) have occasional solos but the focus is almost entirely on Baker's horn and he proves up to the task, particularly on songs such as "In Your Own Sweet Way," "All of You" and "Look for the Silver Lining." --Scott Yanow

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