Trumpeter Chet Baker had many sides and moods, and his emotions surely colored the outcome of his recordings or concerts. On this particular 1962 day in Rome, however, Chet was rarin’ to go; his chops were on target and his improvisational skills were never sharper. This reissue presents a hard-bop Baker, and the few first few notes of the opener, Monk’s “Well You Needn’t,” set the tone. This is a side of Chet that is best remembered. Forget the allusions to James Dean or the strung-out cultural icon. Here is Baker as the consummate jazz musician doing some serious blowing.
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