Chet Baker Sings: It Could Happen To You [Original Jazz Classics Remasters]

Chet Baker

Chet Baker Sings It Could Happen To You Original J
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    1. Do It the Hard Way 3:00
    2. I’m Old Fashioned 5:02
    3. You’re Driving Me Crazy 2:53
    4. It Could Happen to You 2:49
    5. My Heart Stood Still 3:28
    6. The More I See You 3:03
    7. Everything Happens to Me 5:02
    8. Dancing on the Ceiling 3:06
    9. How Long Has This Been Going On? 4:07
    10. Old Devil Moon 2:56
    11. While My Lady Sleeps (take 10) 4:22
    12. You Make Me Feel So Young (take 5) 3:41
    13. The More I See You (take 8) 2:51
    14. Everything Happens to Me (alternate) 4:51

Chet Baker's first sessions for Riverside form an East Coast counterpart to the Los Angeles quartet recordings that launched his career as a vocalist. They reveal less innocence and more soul than the earlier recordings, while still displaying the vulnerability that had already made Baker an icon beyond the realm of jazz singers and jazz trumpeters. Working with musicians who were simultaneously contributing to the discoveries of Miles, Mingus, Dizzy, and Cannonball, focusing on some of the era's greatest standards, and scatting for the first time on record, Baker displayed an innate musicianship in which voice and horn are complementary sides of the same unforgettable conception. Four bonus tracks add further value to one of Baker's most memorable recordings.

The best modern jazz classics are revisited in the Original Jazz Classics Remasters series. Each title in the series features 24-bit remastering, original AND new liner notes, fully restored artwork, and bonus tracks (when available).

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