Chet Baker & Rus Freeman Quartet: Chet Baker & Rus Freeman Quartet, LP (Vinyl)
Chet Baker & Rus Freeman Quartet: Chet Baker & Rus Freeman Quartet, LP (Vinyl)
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Chet Baker & Rus Freeman Quartet
Chet Baker & Rus Freeman Quartet

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • European Union
limited edition reissue on 180 gram vinyl, gatefold sleeve
  • Jazz Images
  • (37067)
  • 8 Tracks
  • EAN 8436569191101
  • heavy item (300g)
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

Love Nest

Written By
4:14
A2

Fan Tan

Written By
5:37
A3

Summer Sketch

Written By
4:34
A4

An Afternoon At Home

Written By
5:08
B1

Say When

Written By
5:00
B2

Lush Life

Written By
5:43
B3

Amblin

Written By
7:12
B4

Hugo Hurwhey

Written By
4:23

Credits

Bass
  • Leroy Vinnegar
Design
  • William Claxton
Drums
  • Shelly Manne
Illustration
  • John Altoon
Piano
  • Russ Freeman
Trumpet
  • Chet Baker

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