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Chet

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01
Alone Together
6:52  
02
How High the Moon
3:36  
03
It Never Entered My Mind
4:41  
04
'Tis Autumn
5:18  
05
If You Could See Me Now
5:17  
06
September Song
3:05  
07
You'd Be Nice To Come Home To
4:33  
08
Time On My Hands (You In My Arms)
4:33  
09
You And The Night And The Music
4:06  
10
Early Morning Mood
9:02  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 51:03

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HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

fashionpuppy

I am a big Chet Baker fan and have most of his albums. "Chet" is a perfect choice for those who prefer his ballads and slower "cooler" work. This albums is full of beautiful songs and is well-suited to those late night listening sessions. One of his best; alone or with an intimate group of friends, it won't disappoint. Highly Recommended.

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one of his best

nDada

Not just one of Baker's best but also one Bill vans best as a sideman in his hectic days with Riverside. In fact a great album from all the players (see list below from jazzdisco.org). So just dowload it & listen for yourself! Evans plays with great supporting style here only style here only 8 months after recording "Kind of Blue". Very laid back creative 'lounge' type jazz - most enjoyable if you're a fan of any of these musicians or the New York Scene of the period. Chet Baker (tp) Herbie Mann (fl -1) Pepper Adams (bars) Bill Evans (p) Kenny Burrell (g) Paul Chambers (b) Connie Kay (d) Recorded NYC, December 30, 1958

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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 »