Chet Baker & Strings LP - 180 gr
Data aparitiei: 15.08.2011
Casa de discuri: Pure Pleasure
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This publication provides a unique view of the young Chet Baker within a quintet, which is complemented by a nine-piece string ensemble. Using only modern arrangements of Johnny Mandel, Marty Paich, Jack Montrose, and Shorty Rogers avoids this interplay of 'West Coast Cool' and pure muzak many - if not all - possible musical pitfalls that would suggest such a connection. The string arrangements are to increase the gewünschenten opulence without heavy-handed or syrupy side effects in the best sense of the word. Particularly exciting in this tour is how successfully thrive Baker and his squad in this neighborhood, where they sent insight grant in the ability of their quintet to do something at the same time intrinsically to and get lost in it. "Love Walked In" shows up verströmendes interaction between Baker and Sims, their trademark, so to speak. In "Love" could argue about whether or not it actually is the best use of the strings on this LP, along with a brilliant solo by Freeman. Actually ranks his contribution particularly on this record among the best in collaboration with Baker and his band, the same enthusiasm is established at "A Little Duet For Zoot And Chet". Not only that, Sims and Baker are flying high, even the strings swing irresistible. The carefree and on the other hand winding string arrangements support the cool bop like a kite in a March breeze - light, airy, and conspicuous only by its height. Tracks A7 & 8 and B7 are bonus tracks that were not included on the original LP. recording: December 1953 Production: Richard Bock