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Chet Baker|My Favourite Songs - The Last Great Concert

My Favourite Songs - The Last Great Concert

Chet Baker

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Despite a rough up-and-down life, Baker remained an excellent trumpeter to the end of his career. This concert, performed two weeks before his mysterious fall out of an Amsterdam hotel window (and his last known recording), is a near-perfect summation of his career. The emphasis is on his trumpet playing and Baker, whether backed by a symphony orchestra, a big band or playing in a small group with altoist Herb Geller, is in inspired form. This double-CD set is also available as two separate CDs and, in one form or another, is highly recommended.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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1
All Blues
00:05:53

Chet Baker, Performer

1997 ENJA Records M. Winckelmann GmbH 1988 ENJA GmbH

2
My Funny Valentine
00:09:34

Chet Baker, Performer

1997 ENJA Records M. Winckelmann GmbH 1988 ENJA GmbH

3
Well You Needn't
00:06:20

Chet Baker, Performer

1997 ENJA Records M. Winckelmann GmbH 1988 ENJA GmbH

4
Summertime
00:05:13

Chet Baker, Performer

1997 ENJA Records M. Winckelmann GmbH 1988 ENJA GmbH

5
In Your Own Sweet Way
00:09:23

Chet Baker, Performer

1997 ENJA Records M. Winckelmann GmbH 1988 ENJA GmbH

6
Django
00:05:54

Chet Baker, Performer

1997 ENJA Records M. Winckelmann GmbH 1988 ENJA GmbH

7
I Fall in Love Too Easily
00:07:01

Chet Baker, Performer

1997 ENJA Records M. Winckelmann GmbH 1988 ENJA GmbH

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Despite a rough up-and-down life, Baker remained an excellent trumpeter to the end of his career. This concert, performed two weeks before his mysterious fall out of an Amsterdam hotel window (and his last known recording), is a near-perfect summation of his career. The emphasis is on his trumpet playing and Baker, whether backed by a symphony orchestra, a big band or playing in a small group with altoist Herb Geller, is in inspired form. This double-CD set is also available as two separate CDs and, in one form or another, is highly recommended.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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