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This emotionally charged 1974 concert finds two giants together for the first time in two decades. Baker's playing is infused with years of hard living; his breathy tone and pleading phrases make "My Funny Valentine" more poignant than ever. Mulligan has his own tender moment on the elegiac "Song for Strayhorn", playing lyrically atop the soulful (and very '70s) sound of Bob James' Fender Rhodes. Drummer Harvey Mason propels some joyful swing on "It's Sandy at the Beach," as the two hornmen step out together.


Born: 23 December 1929 in Yale, OK

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

Chet Baker was a primary exponent of the West Coast school of cool jazz in the early and mid-'50s. As a trumpeter, he had a generally restrained, intimate playing style and he attracted attention beyond jazz for his photogenic looks and singing. But his career was marred by drug addiction. Baker's father, Chesney Henry Baker,Sr., was a guitarist who was forced to turn to other work during the Depression; his mother, Vera (Moser) Baker, worked in a perfumery. The family moved from Oklahoma to Glendale,...
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