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Blues For A Reason

CD (Item 694669) Criss Cross (UK), 1984 — Condition: Used
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Chet Baker with Warne Marsh — Blues For A Reason (180 gram pressing – with bonus track) ... LP 23.99
A real standout set in the later years of trumpet legend Chet Baker – in part because the record features some wonderful tenor work from the equally legendary Warne Marsh! Marsh at this point in his career has really developed a subtle edge – this slight current of darkness that wasn't there at the start, and which works well next to the moody qualities that Baker developed in his final years too. Equally wonderful is the piano of Hod O'Brien – a great and overlooked musician, and one who has this almost broken-down quality that really fits the emotive energy of the date. Other players include Eddie Gladden on drums and Cecil McBee on bass – the latter of whom is a bit of a surprise on such a session – on titles that include "Imagination", "We Know It's Love", "Well Spoken", "Blues For A reason", and "Looking Good Tonight".  © 1996-2024, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(Out of print.)

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