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My Buddy - Chet Baker - Prince Of Cool: The Pacific Jazz Years

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  1. AllMusic Review by Matt Collar Prince of Cool collects most of the sides the young trumpeter/vocalist Chet Baker recorded for the fledgling Pacific Jazz label from to These are the recordings that defined Baker 's career and largely created the aura of Baker the jazz idol.
  2. Chet Baker: The Pacific Jazz Years includes a few otherwise unavailable cuts. Primarily, selections from June '53 with the Stan Getz / Chet Baker quintet: "Come Out Wherever You Are," "What's New" and "Half Nelson" -- all of which were captured at the Haig in L.A.
  3. Chet Baker Live in Paris , Live in Nice Deep in a Dream - The Ultimate Chet Baker Collection. Grey December. The Best of Chet Baker Sings. Newport Years Vol. 1; My Funny Valentine. Songs For Lovers. This Is Jazz. Young Chet.
  4. Song information for My Funny Valentine - Chet Baker on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Complete Fantasy and Pacific Jazz Sessions. Definitive / Disconforme: Prince of Cool. Pacific Jazz / Blue Note:
  5. US label, also appears as "Pacific Jazz Records" on sleeves. Label Code: LC / LC West Coast Jazz label used from ~ to and record company founded by Richard Bock. The catalog of Pacific Jazz was reissued on World Pacific Records through the Pacific Jazz Series between and Reactivated in and acquired by.
  6. Leroy Vinnegar (July 13, – August 3, ) was an American jazz bassist. Born in Indianapolis, the self-taught Vinnegar established his reputation in Los Angeles during the s and s. His trademark was the rhythmic "walking" bass line, a steady series of ascending or descending notes, and it brought him the nickname "The Walker".
  7. Baker earned much attention and critical praise through the s, particularly for albums featuring his vocals (Chet Baker Sings, It Could Happen to You).Jazz historian Dave Gelly described the promise of Baker's early career as "James Dean, Sinatra, and Bix, rolled into one." His well-publicized drug habit also drove his notoriety and fame.
  8. 10 thoughts on “ You Dont Know What Love Is - Chet Baker - Prince Of Cool: The Pacific Jazz Years ” Maurg says: at Chet Baker on AllMusic Chet Baker: The Pacific Jazz Years. Pacific Jazz: Prince of Cool. Pacific Jazz / Blue Note: Reply. Mezirn says: at

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