Chet Baker – Born to Be Blue (2014)
Jazz cool,Jazz blues,Vocal Jazz | U-5
320 kbps | MP3 | unmixed | 2014 | 01:09:53 | 177 Mb
Chet Baker's trumpet and vocal approach was immediately recognizable and striking, especially in his prime. He was known for his clear tone, reflective and subdued style, soft volume and careful, restrained approach in his choices of notes for melodic sequences. He played in an army of bands before working briefly with Charlie Parker in 1952. he then began a prominent association with baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan, working in Mulligan's "pianoless" quartet. Baker's first recording as a leader came in 1953, he later started his own quartet with pianist Russ Freeman.