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Chet

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Chet Baker

Label: Craft Recordings
Released: 2020
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Track Listing

It Could Happen To You: Side A: Do It The Hard Way; I’m Old Fashioned; You’re Driving Me Crazy; It Could Happen To You; My Heart Stood Still; Side B: The More I See You; Everything Happens To Me; Dancing On The Ceiling; How Long Has This Been Going On?; Old Devil Moon.

In New York: Side A: Fair Weather; Polka Dots And Moonbeams; Hotel 49; Side B: Solar; Blue Thoughts; When Lights Are Low.

Chet: Side A: Alone Together; How High The Moon; It Never Entered My Mind; ’Tis Autumn; Side B: If You Could See Me Now; September Song; You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To; Time On My Hands; You And The Night And The Music.

Chet Baker Plays the Best of Lerner and Loewe: Side A: I’ve Grown Accustomed To Her Face; I Could Have Danced All Night; The Heather On The Hill; On The Street Where You Live; Side B: Almost Like Being In Love; Thank Heaven For Little Girls; I Talk To The Trees; Show Me.

Outtakes & Alternates: Side A: While My Lady Sleeps (Take 10); You Make Me Feel So Young (Take 5); The More I See You (Take 8, Alternate); Everything Happens To Me (Take 2, Alternate); Side B: Soft Winds; Early Morning Mood.

Personnel

Chet Baker
Chet Baker

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Additional Personnel / Information

It Could Happen To You: George Morrow: bass (A1, A2, A5, B2, B3); Sam Jones: bass (A3, A4, B1, B4, B5); Philly Joe Jones: drums (A1, A2, A5, B1, B2, B3, B5); Dannie Richmond: drums (A3, A4, B4); Kenny Drew: piano; Chet Baker: trumpet, vocals.

In New York: Paul Chambers: bass; Philly Joe Jones: drums; Al Haig: piano; Johnny Griffin: tenor saxophone (1, 3, 5); Chet Baker: trumpet.

Chet: Pepper Adams: baritone saxophone; Paul Chambers: bass; Philly Joe Jones: drums (A4, B4, B5); Connie Kay: drums (A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3); Herbie Mann: flute; Kenny Burrell: guitar (A3, B2); Bill Evans: piano; Chet Baker: trumpet.

Chet Baker Plays the Best of Lerner and Loewe: Zoot Sims: alto saxophone, tenor saxophone; Pepper Adams: baritone saxophone; Earl May: bass; Clifford Jarvis: drums; Herbie Mann: flute, tenor saxophone (B1); Bill Evans: piano (A1, B2 to B4); Bob Corwin: piano (A2, A3, A4, B1); Chet Baker: trumpet.

Outtakes & Alternates: Carson Smith: bass; Bob Neel: drums; Russ Freeman: piano; Chet Baker: trumpet, vocals (A1); George Morrow: bass; Philly Joe Jones: drums; Kenny Drew: piano; Chet Baker: trumpet (A2, A3, A4); Paul Chambers: bass; Philly Joe Jones: drums; Al Haig: piano; Chet Baker: trumpet (B1); Pepper Adams: baritone saxophone; Paul Chambers: bass; Philly Joe Jones: drums; Herbie Mann: flute; Bill Evans: piano; Chet Baker: trumpet (B2).

Album Description

A five-LP box set of Chet Baker's recordings on the Riverside label. All recordings are from the late 1950s.


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