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Boston, 1954

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Introduction
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Isn't It Romantic
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The Wind
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Winter Wonderland
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Intermission
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Maid In Mexico
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My Funny Valentine
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Happy Little Sunbeam, Closing
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Introduction
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Long Ago and Far Away
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My Old Flame
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Band Aid
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Intermission
0:31
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A Line For Lyons
4:11
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My Funny Valentine
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Bea's Flat, Closing
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Russ Job
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Time After Time
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Five Brothers, Closing
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Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 57:46

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Live session at Storyville

rene.leemans

This recording at the Storyville club in Boston are worth having. Chet sings on 'Time After Time' but for the most part plays bright, up-tempo jazz with a bop tinge. 'Maid In Mexico' and 'A Line For Lyons' were both regularly programmed at this period and these are good performances of both.

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The Heartbreaking Beauty of Chet Baker

By Lenny Kaye, Contributor

It's autumn in New York, and as I always do at this time of year, I pull Chet Baker from the shelf. His "Autumn in New York" – ironically recorded during one of his lengthy European soujourns (Jazz In Paris: Chet Baker Quartet Plays Standards; or the eponymous Autumn In New York, two versions separated only by a shift in modulation) – is imbued with the sound of one leaf falling, its solitary journey begun… more »

They Say All Music Guide

Released for the first time in the early ’90s, this CD consists of three radio broadcasts by the Chet Baker Quartet from the Storyville Club in Boston. In each case the trumpeter/leader is joined by pianist Russ Freeman, bassist Carson Smith and drummer Bob Neel. Baker, who takes a vocal on “Time After Time,” is in excellent form performing his standard repertoire of the period. It’s easily recommended to all Chet Baker fans. – Scott Yanow