Chet Baker – Albert’s House


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Chet Baker is considered one of jazz's greatest trumpeters, recording numerous albums during his 35-year career. Albert's House was recorded in 1969 and features 11 instrumental compositions by Steve Allen, who produced the recording session to help Baker revive his career after a horrific dental injury in '68.

Track Listing:
1. Albert’s House -   2. Farewell San Francisco -   3. TimeTime -   4. I Should Have Told You So -   5. How Dare You Sir -   6. End of the Line -   7. Pretty People -   8. Sunday in Town -   9. A Man Who Used to Be -   10. Never Had This Felling Before -   11. Life -   12. Nice Little Girls -

Personnel :
Chet Baker (trumpet) , Barney Kessel (guitar) , Jim Hughart (bass) , Paul Smith (piano, organ) , Frank Capp (drums)

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