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Not Too Slow - Chet Baker - The Pacific Jazz Collection

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  1. She performs many songs made famous by Chet Baker. But getting back to this Chet Baker cd, in retrospect it is a simplistic performance without all the synthesizers and gimmicks present in many of the jazz markets new releases. To sum it all up: this cd is a jazz listener's dream come true. Enjoy, and you will not be disappointed/5().
  2. Let's get lost Lost in each other's arms Let's get lost Let them send out alarms And though they'll think us rather rude Let's tell the world we're in that crazy mood Let's defrost in a romantic mist Let's get crossed off everybody's list To celebrate this night we've found each other Mm, let's get lost Let's defrost in a romantic mist Let's get crossed off everybody's list To celebrate this.
  3. Jun 22,  · Category People & Blogs; Song Russ Job; Artist Chet Baker; Album Jazz Journeys Presents the Birth of Bebop, Vol. 6 ( Essential Tracks).
  4. Mar 29,  · Its all in the title, folks: The Complete Pacific Jazz Studio Recordings Of The Chet Baker Quartet With Russ Freeman. These are not the only sides that Chet Baker first recorded for Pacific Jazz or even with Russ Freeman. There is another Mosaic box set dedicated to the Baker/Freeman quartet’s official live sessions.
  5. Oct 03,  · Chet Baker Embraceable You is an album by jazz trumpeter Chet Baker recorded in but not released on the Pacific Jazz label until One song, "Trav'lin' Light" was previously released on the album Pretty/Groovy in but all other tracks were previously unissued.5/5(2).
  6. A musical icon of the s and 60s, Baker s playing, singing and style would go on to influence countless others who came along in his wake. This four disc collection, containing over five hours of music in total, brings together the finest records made by Chet Baker for Pacific Jazz.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Pacific Jazz Collection on Discogs.5/5(2).

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