"One of the jazz world's most romanticized and sinister figures" (LA Daily News), trumpeter and singer Chet Baker made achingly beautiful music while being drawn ultimately into a vortex of drug addiction. These seven lengthy tracks show Baker at his best, stretching out on both transcendent ballads and upbeat tunes. They include "I Waited for You," "Once Upon a Summertime," "Deep in a Dream," "Stella by Starlight," "Witchcraft," "Milestones," and "Mister B."
"A man who created tenderly sad and lyrically romantic music that could both pierce your soul and break your heart."—LA Daily News