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Chet in Chicago (The Legacy, Vol. 5)
 
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Chet in Chicago (The Legacy, Vol. 5)

17 octobre 2008 | Format : MP3

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  • Date de sortie d'origine : 17 octobre 2008
  • Date de sortie: 17 octobre 2008
  • Label: ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann
  • Copyright: ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH
  • Durée totale: 54:27
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  • ASIN: B002RX8T56
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Enregistré deux ans presque jour pour jour avant sa disparition à Amsterdam, partageant la fin de sa vie entre l’Europe et les USA, Chet se trouve à Chicago au moment où le pianiste Bradley Young lui propose d'être leader de cette session en studio (1986). Malgré ses démons et tourments, il semble que le trompettiste se trouve ici dans de bonnes conditions car ce témoignage, constitué de thèmes maintes fois joués, est absolument remarquable, en tous points. Le trio local de chicago avec le pianiste Bradley Young qui, s’il ne fait pas oublier notre cher Michel Graillier qui fut le pianiste de Chet, s’acquitte très honorablement de sa tâche, est soutenu par Larry Gray et Rusty Jones, qui se produisirent en d’autres recommandables compagnies (les pianistes George Shearing et Ramsey Lewis). Dans le programme, on notera l’intro inhabituelle de Old Devil Moon sur un tempo lent avec une sonorité proche du bugle, la qualité émotionnelle superbement exprimée dans l’une des plus belles ballades de jazz signées Jules Styne, We’ll Be Together Again (également magnifiée par les interprétations d’un autre génie, le pianiste Bill Evans). Soutenu par le sax ténor Ed Petersen dans certains thèmes, Chet, fragile, se transcende dans les standards purement be-bop. Cet opus de facture classique reste malgré tout un pur moment de sensibilité et de volupté musicale, de jazz cool. Un Chet sur le fil, à découvrir sur la plage.....
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Par L. Pierre TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSVOIX VINE le 31 décembre 2010
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La génèse de cet album mérite quelques explications fournies dans le livret accompagnant l'album.
On y apprend qu'à l'occasion d'un concert dans un club de Chicago en 1981, Chet BAKER a demandé au tout jeune pianiste Bradley YOUNG, auquel il venait de dédicacer ses albums, de commencer le set pour pallier au retard inopiné du pianiste de la session... Les deux hommes ont sympathisé et, cinq ans plus tard, Bradley YOUNG a été recontacté par Chet pour organiser une session dans le même club... A l'initiative du pianiste, un enregistrement a même été réalisé deux jours plus tard.
C'est cet enregistrement qui est sorti en 2008 sous le label ENJA dans une série intitulé Chet BAKER The legacy où il constitue le vol.5 et ceci, il faut le souligner (comme clairement précisé dans le livret), après avoir été soumis à l'approbation de la veuve de l'artiste...
Il en résulte un très bon album où l'on sent que le trompettiste joue, en toute décontraction, avec un trio, puis un quatuor (avec l'addition d'un saxophoniste ténor pour trois morceaux) d'accompagnateurs peu connus, mais qui se livrent à fond.
C'est au milieu de l'enregistrement que l'album devient vraiment excellent avec une succession d'airs très réussis que ce soit une magistrale version de «We'll be together again » ou les deux morceaux suivants « Ornithology » et « Crazy rythm », tous deux étonnants de swing où les interventions lumineuses de Chet à la trompette sont bien renforcées par les solos de chaque participant.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x99626750) étoiles sur 5 7 commentaires
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HASH(0x9a4274f8) étoiles sur 5 Discovery of a treasure ! 28 octobre 2008
Par A. Vermast - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
What a surprise! 20 years after Chet Baker's tragic and mysterious death, ENJA Records issued an unreleased studio recording,cut in May 1986 and which reveals the genious, cool trumpet player at his best.
Out of my more than 100 C.B. recordings this is one of my favourite albums.
Even that Chet Baker did not play with Bradley Young and his buddies before,you can hear how cool and relaxed he felt with these young musicians: his trumpet playing and singing are very subtile and pure.
The repertoire is well chosen indeed: from the classics like 'Old Devil Moon' and 'My funny Valentine' (no 'versatile' tones in this version) to the 2 Miles Davis compositions 'Sippin' at bells' and 'Solar'.
The ENJA engineers produced -like always- a very clear,direct and most pleasant sound.
You can play this album as background music at a dinner with friends as well as enjoying it quietly and alone at home with a glass of bordeaux (and a cigar...?).
Caution : be prepared to tears in your eyes!
The sound of this music is never intrusive and might stimulate any newcomer jazz friend to discover more music from the cool jazz era.
Only negative point : Apparently ENJA decided to include a bonus track on the LP only!? It might be worth though to undust your good old vinyl record player...
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HASH(0x9966f9d8) étoiles sur 5 Chet in Chicago - Review from 09 March 2009 9 mars 2009
Par CH - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
My wife and I love the album, but there's a sad, bittersweet preface to it because of his drug abuse and death. There's a tiredness in his voice, less spark in his horn-playing, that previews a future demise, which makes us hold onto his previous music more closely, and we love his music, thru thick and thin. 03-09-2009
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HASH(0x9a57ec78) étoiles sur 5 great new Chet from beyond the grave 5 mars 2009
Par rash67 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I rumage around, taking a chance, buying these newly released posthumous albums from my Cool Jazz Heroes and most are junk, but surprize surprize this one is really good! How did this one stay in the can for 20+ years???

Chet had a tendency to show up stoned late in his career, too stoned to play. By and large his emotive singing is better early in his career and playing is better, ie, more complex later...He played (early) as he sung, close to the melodic line. Early in his career he was favorably compared to Miles Davis, in that respect, but they both really diverged, right around 1963.

But here his singing is, well, (nearly) on key and his playing is first rate! A lot of feeling. This album stacks up well with his late Tokyo album (similar style). Here his melacholy style is offset by warm instrumentals. Particularly good are "Old Devil Moon", the ballad "Well Be Togther" and the happy "Solar".

If you like Chet, you'll love this album. I'm addin' this one to my Best of Chet List

also well recorded!
Recommended! - one of the most satisfying, best new finds in a otherwise fallow year/decade.
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HASH(0x9adfff60) étoiles sur 5 EASILY ONE OF CHET'S BEST ALBUMS! VERY UNIQUE 12 août 2012
Par Richard Davis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
ATTENTION, CHET BAKER FANS!

If you have not heard the music on this CD yet, you might be very pleasantly surprised, and wonder why this album has been relatively over-looked when people discuss Chet's music in the last couple years of his life, as I consider this album to be one of the highlights of his career. Argue no more. I own over 100 Chet Baker albums, and I consider this to be among his best albums, as the music that came out of his trumpet is some of the most beautiful music that he ever played, and he played it effortlessly, as this was the first time that he ever played with the Bradley Young Trio. This album shows his genius in being so versatile that he could quickly adapt to any backup musicians. it was the first time that he ever played with the playing with the.in my top 5. It is exceptional and unique in so many ways. Chet shows greater technique on his earlier albums, this album being one of the best examples. This album is so exceptional, and unique in so many ways, that I could not help but write a review to share this music with other people who are great fans of the musician. This album is simply has some of the most beautiful sounding music that he ever played.

WOW! I was blown away when I first heard this album. What a wonderful surprise! This album is exceptional, and it is easily one of my top five favorite Chet Baker Albums.

There are several things that make this album really unique. Chet plays the role of a sideman in ways, as he lets the Bradley Young Trio show off the how well the various members play both individually, and as a group. I can see why Chet liked this group so much. When Chet plays his part, Chet plays a lot more in the higher register than he normally does, and he just nails note after note, and the music coming out of his trumpet is exceptionally creative, rich, and luscious, with an exceptionally beautiful and melodic sound. As well as the Bradley Young Trio plays, Chet just shines. I was really impressed with how well Chet and the Trio played together, and how well Chet was happy to kick back and let the Bradley Young Trio play some great music that sounded both free and loose, but still very tight as a group. Chet fits in just perfectly, adding what sounds like the perfect notes and melodies at the right time. Chet and the Bradley Young Trio sound as if they had played together for some time. It seemed to me that Chet was enjoying and concentrating on the music, enjoying taking a bit of a break from being the featured player, and Chet thinks about playing exceptionally beautiful lyrics, spending much more time in the higher register than he normally does. Chet was obviously very confident, as he is more daring as he explores the higher register, nailing one high note after another. Chet seemed to be enjoying being a bit more laid back, and played whatever the group needed to take them to a higher level, Chet is not only the great star that we know him to be, but he also shows the ability to be a part of a group that he liked very much, and play his part effortlessly, making the group sound greater than the sum of all of the parts, with his exceptionally melodies make every song sound very special.

It made me wonder if playing a bit more laid back allowed Chet to be especially prepared to play that lush beautiful sound, and I do mean, a lush, beautiful sound. Chet seemed to have a great sense of tone during the session, perhaps part of his effort to blend with the group, and not play off the slight and be more prepared to seave his great melodies in the higher register. Gerry Mulligan would be smiling. Chet sounded rested, and played very relaxed as he created the amazing melodies that made the group sound special. Everyone was having a good time, everyone was confident as each member had their enjoyable times. It was enjoyable to hear Chet wanting to edify the group. It was enjoyable to hear Chet palying so comfortably in the higher register. Chet added whatever was needed to make everything sound great, with a great sense of timing, that made the group sound spectacular.

I thoroughly enjoyed the album, and thought that Chet made a great choice is wanting to record with this group. The chemistry between Chet and the Bradley Young was great, and I would have liked to hear them play more albums together. Chet always had a good sense in picking the musicians to play with, but the chemistry here was exceptional, and their different styles of music blended exceptionally well together. One didn't hear quite as much playing from Chet, but what he played was top shelf. I think any Chet fan will appreciate the beautiful sound of his trumpet, more so than any other recording that comes to mind. Again, I wonder if being a bit of a sideman helped Chet achieve a new level of playing. He always seemed to play something that was just about perfect for the music. One has to appreciate Chet's genius in picking exc eptional musician's to play with,and that backed him, but Chet was personally very fond of the Bradley Young Trio. They were not as famous and well known as some others that he has chosen to record with, but I thought that the sound that they created, and the chemistry between them, was exceptional. Chet has never seemed as agreeable to be more of a sideman than in this recording.

There is a lot to like about this album. The beautiful melodies, Chet playing in the higher register with near perfection, Chet being a bit of a sideman in a most exceptional way, with friends, and a style of music that seemed to complement his own.

I can't help but wonder what might have been if Chet had stayed in Chicago with some some of his friends, and taken a break to get himself together, as he seemed more fresh and rested on this album than about any other around this period of his life. Instead, this was Chet's last concert in the United States, and he went back to Europe, and resumed his nomadic lifestyle, around the same temptations. At least Chet left us with a gem of an albumn.

I hope that other people enjoy the music as much as I do.
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HASH(0x99aa9864) étoiles sur 5 MY FUNNY VALENTINE 23 janvier 2010
Par James "Count". Dollison - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Chet Baker is such a great trumpet player and singer ! I am not sure how many times he has recorded MY FUNNY VALENTINE but he always sound great. Given the talent that is on this recording it is a gem in the rough. It's not Chet Baker in Tokoyo or one of his better known recording but if you like Chet Baker you will love this recording !
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