Category: Concerts and Performing Arts
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Oklahoma-born jazzman Chet Baker plays the trumpet like nobody's business in these rare live concert appearances from 1964 (in Belgium) and 1979 (in Norway). Baker plays "Isn't It Romantic," "Time After Time," "So What," "Blue Train," "Five Years Ago," and more. 71 min. Soundtrack: English.
Chet Baker: Candy(1985)
Enjoy one of the hottest trumpets in jazz history, as Chet Baker takes the stage with Michel Graillier, Red Mitchell, and Jean-Louis Rassinfosse for a filmed concert. Along with the title track, "Love for Sale," "Sad Walk," "Red's Blues," and "My Romance" are among the featured songs. 55 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Filmed live in Tokyo, this concert from "cool jazz" legend Chet Baker was filmed three years before his tragic death. Accompanied by Harold Danko on piano, Hein van de Geyn on bass and John Engels on drums, Baker performs "Stella by Starlight," "For Minors Only," "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To," "Four," "Almost Blue," "My Funny Valentine," ... more
Let's Get Lost(1988)
Director Bruce Weber's dark and brutally frank documentary portrait of famed jazz musician Chet Baker goes beyond his music to show the hard, trouble-filled lifestyle that was reflected in his performances. Interviews and rare film and TV clips are featured, creating a fascinating mashup of Italian B-movie scenes with insights offered ... more