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The companion piece to The Last Waltz box, this revelatory 8-CD set was issued in Europe and Japan briefly, but none of these performances have been heard in any form in the US! Recorded with Bill's final trio-Marc Johnson on bass and Joe LaBarbera on drums-at the Keystone Korner in San Francisco between August 31 and September 7, 1980, this set contains 68 impassioned performances of 28 tunes, in similar yet never redundant versions. Nine Evans originals join My Romance; Days of Wine and
CHET BAKER'S LAST RECORDED PERFORMANCE WITH RARE INTERVIEW FOOTAGE & GUEST PERFORMANCES BY ELVIS COSTELLO & VAN MORRISON. FEATURES: 5.1 AUDIO, JUKEBOX PLAY, MUSICAL TREE OF INFLUENCE. In the early 1950s, trumpeter-vocalist Chet Baker was the ''James Dean of jazz.'' Blessed with good looks and a lyrical and lean trumpet style, Baker arrived on the scene in California at the age of 22, when the great alto saxophonist Charlie Parker invited him to work in his band. Decades later, Baker got
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An essential CD for Chet Baker fans, this reissue includes some of the selections on the long-unavailable Mosaic Records collection The Complete Pacific Jazz Live Recordings of the Chet Baker Quartet with Russ Freeman. Baker's productive partnership with pianist Freeman only lasted from mid-1953 to 1955, yet it coincided with and helped spark the meteoric rise in the trumpeter's popularity after he split with baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan and went solo. The recording is aptly named, as