A compilation of vocal jazz standards associated with Chet Baker that were originally recorded by Chet Baker in the early 1950's. Chet Baker was a famous jazz trumpet player who came to prominence in the early 1950's. It turned out that not only was he a great trumpet player but he had a smooth, simple and honest vocal delivery.
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I'm Old Fashioned is an album by Japanese saxophonist Sadao Watanabe with the Great Jazz Trio; pianist Hank Jones, bassist Ron Carter and drummer Tony Williams, recorded in 1976 for the Japanese East Wind label. All compositions by Sadao Watanabe except as indicated. Confirmation" (Charlie Parker) - 4:55. Blues" (Billy Strayhorn) - 5:47. I Concentrate on You" (Cole Porter) - 5:57.
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I'm Old Fashioned" is a 1942 song composed by Jerome Kern, with lyrics written by Johnny Mercer. It was written for the film You Were Never Lovelier (1942), where it was introduced by Nan Wynn who dubbed for Rita Hayworth as part of a song and dance routine with Fred Astaire