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  • Format: LP
  • SKU: LIB-5008
  • UPC: 089353500825
  • Street Date: 11/26/21
  • PreBook Date: 10/22/21
  • Label: Liberation Hall »
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Run Time: 45:45 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 1969
  • Region Code: 0
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: WORLD
  • Language: English


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Chet Baker - Albert's House

Chet Baker is highly regarded as one of jazz's greatest trumpet players and was often called "the prince of cool."

Chet Baker - Albert
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BLACK VINYL. Chet Baker is highly regarded as one of jazz's greatest trumpet players, and he recorded numerous albums over his 35-year recording career. Recorded in 1969, "Albert's House" features 11 instrumental compositions by Steve Allen, who produced the recording session to assist Baker in restarting his career after a horrific dental injury in '68. The sessions feature an all-star group of players with Paul Smith on keyboards, Barney Kessel on guitar, Jim Hughart on bass and Frank Capp (of Wrecking Crew fame) on drums. This marks the first time this record has been re-issued on vinyl.

Track Listing

  • Albert's House
  • Farewell, San Francisco
  • Time
  • I Should Have Told You So
  • How Dare You Sir
  • End Of the Line
  • Pretty People
  • Sunday In Town
  • A Man Who Used To Be
  • Never Had This Feeling Before
  • Life
  • Nice Little Girls

Sales Points

  • For fans of Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, MJQ, Stan Getz
  • This is a milestone come-back recording for Baker
  • 11 of the 12 songs were written by Steve Allen (who wrote 8,500 songs and won a Grammy for Best Original Jazz Composition in 1964)
  • The album hasn't been re-released for vinyl reissue in many years.

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