Chet Baker's Greatest Scat Solos

VA - 100 Greatest Guitar Solos Of All Time (2011)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Sept. 28, 2015
VA - 100 Greatest Guitar Solos Of All Time (2011)

VA - 100 Greatest Guitar Solos Of All Time (2011)
Rock | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 582 min | 1.30 GB
Label: Hal Leonard | Rel: 2011

Every guitarist has an opinion on the greatest recorded guitar solos. The editors of Guitar World magazine put together a poll to find out what their readers considered to be the best guitar solos of all time. The results reflect the magazine's demographic (all rock solos), but the 100 winners clearly boast great guitar work.

Grossmans Guitar Workshop The Guitar Of Chet Atkins Tutorial DVDR  Video

Posted by wolfpack77 at Nov. 2, 2009
Grossmans Guitar Workshop The Guitar Of Chet Atkins Tutorial DVDR

Grossmans Guitar Workshop The Guitar Of Chet Atkins Tutorial DVDR | 4.1 GB

Chet Atkins was a master in many aspects of the guitar. One of his greatest skills was his uncanny talent of discovering songs which would “work” as fingerstyle arrangements, and then using his musical genius to forge them into enduring masterpieces. National Fingerstyle Guitar champion Pat Kirtley has assembled a collection of favorites from Chet’s “Golden Era” – some of the best of Chet Atkins’ vintage classic tunes – and teaches you the secrets of how it’s done, and how to get the feel of the originals in this double DVD.
Chet Baker Sings and Plays from the Film "Let's Get Lost" - 1989 (1992)

Chet Baker Sings and Plays from the Film "Let's Get Lost" - 1989 (1992)
Lossless (Flac Image File + Cue + Log + Audiochecker Log): 242 Mb | EAC Secure Mode Rip | Mp3 (CBR 320 kbps): 145 Mb | Covers
Audio CD (May 1, 1992) - Original Release Date: 1989 - Number of Discs: 1 - Format: Soundtrack - Label: Novus - ASIN: B0000004XM
Jazz
The Chet Baker & Art Pepper Sextet - Playboys (1956) {Pacific Jazz-Phoenix 131556 rel 2012}

The Chet Baker & Art Pepper Sextet - Playboys (1956) {Pacific Jazz-Phoenix 131556 rel 2012}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 395 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 161 Mb
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© 1956, 2012 Pacific Jazz / Phoenix | 131556
Jazz / West Coast Jazz / Cool / Trumpet / Saxophone

This 2012 disc gathers all known sides cut during a July 26, 1956 confab led by West Coast cool purveyors Chet Baker (trumpet) and Art Pepper (alto sax). Keen-eyed enthusiasts will note that this particular date occurred during a remarkable week – July 23 through July 31 – of sessions held at the behest of Pacific Jazz label owner and producer Dick Bock at the Forum Theater in Los Angeles. Recordings made during this week not only inform The Route, but three other long-players as well: Let's Get Lost, Chet Baker & Crew, and At the Forum Theater. These were likewise the first sides cut by Baker since returning from his triumphant and extended stay in Europe.

Banach, Fréchet, Hilbert and Neumann Spaces  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by roxul at May 31, 2017
Banach, Fréchet, Hilbert and Neumann Spaces

Jacques Simon, "Banach, Fréchet, Hilbert and Neumann Spaces"
English | ISBN: 1786300095 | 2017 | 362 pages | PDF | 12 MB

Chet Baker - Cool Cat (1989)  Music

Posted by popsakov at May 12, 2017
Chet Baker - Cool Cat (1989)

Chet Baker - Cool Cat (1989)
EAC Rip | WV (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 213 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 104 Mb
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Jazz | Timeless Records #CDSJP 262

A pleasant set, distinguished for decent versions of Harold Danko's "Swift Shifting," Jon Burr's "Caravelle," and the Rodgers and Hart tune "Blue Moon," the trumpeter plays with a competent quartet that spurs him on. Although clearly weary, Baker's trumpet has some fire left, while his vocal articulation is below par. Still, the "feel" is always there, and even Baker on a less-than-perfect day is filled with joys. He solos on trumpet at length, at least as minimalist in style as ever. At this stage in his career, he remained capable of spine-tingling versions of "Round Midnight," with the trumpeter's laid-back breathy approach laying down perfectly placed notes…
Chet Baker - Once Upon A Summertime (1977) {Galaxy OJCCD-405-2 rel 2001}

Chet Baker - Once Upon A Summertime (1977) {Galaxy OJCCD-405-2 rel 2001}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 226 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 96 Mb
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© 1977, 2001 Galaxy / Fantasy / Chet Baker / Original Jazz Classic | OJCCD-405-2
Jazz / Cool / Bop / West Coast Jazz / Trumpet

Artists House, a classy if short-lived label, released this attractive Chet Baker LP, a quintet date with tenor saxophonist Gregory Herbert, pianist Harold Danko, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Mel Lewis. The challenging material ("The Song Is You" is the only one of the five songs that is a standard) inspires the musicians to play creative solos. It is particularly interesting to hear Baker interpret the Wayne Shorter tune "ESP."

Chet Baker - At Uncle Po's Carnegie Hall, Hamburg 1979 (2017)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at April 27, 2017
Chet Baker - At Uncle Po's Carnegie Hall, Hamburg 1979 (2017)

Chet Baker - At Uncle Po's Carnegie Hall, Hamburg 1979
Jazz | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 99:34 min | 230 MB
Label: Jazzline Records | Tracks: 05 | Rls.date: 2017

The iconic jazz trumpeter and vocalist Chet Baker, one of the true greats in jazz, recorded live at the legendary Hamburg venue Onkel Pö's Carnegie Hall in 1979. Baker's music here is crystal clear, powerful, compact and focused. Eloquently he tells the story of the compositions he selected for that evening; just ¬five pieces for 100 minutes - Cole Porter's standard "Love for Sale" as an opener, interpreted in a slightly rocky way, then the empathic fable "You Can't Go Home Again" by Don Sebesky, followed by "There'll Never Be Another You" by Harry Warren as a showcase for Baker's unique, fragile and yet seductive scat, as well as two true highlights: "Black Eyes" by Wayne Shorter and "Broken Wing" by Richie Beirach. Chet Baker himself never composed a song - but like no other, he was able to absorb and understand the best music ideas of his contemporaries.
Chet Baker Quartet - No Problem (1979) {SteepleChase SCCD31131 rel 1989}

Chet Baker Quartet - No Problem (1979) {SteepleChase SCCD31131 rel 1989}
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© 1979, 1989 SteepleChase | SCCD31131
Jazz / Cool / Bop / West Coast Jazz / Trumpet

Pianist Duke Jordan's presence adds some punch and spark to this quartet session, which is further helped along by bassist Niels Henning-Orsted Pedersen and selections that are suited for Baker's increasingly mellow and wavering playing. … outstanding among [Chet’s] later recordings….This is a record to give a listener fresh heart…one feels there cannot be much wrong with jazz while it is producing records like this .
Chet Baker Quartet - Jazz At Ann Arbor (1954) {Pacific Jazz Japan Mini LP TOCJ-9441 rel 2002}

Chet Baker Quartet - Jazz At Ann Arbor (1954) {Pacific Jazz Japan Mini LP TOCJ-9441 rel 2002}
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© 1954, 2002 Pacific Jazz / Toshiba-EMI | TOCJ-9441 | Mini LP | Mono
Jazz / Cool / West Coast Jazz / Trumpet

Chet Baker (trumpet) was arguably at the peak of his prowess when captured in a quartet setting at the Masonic Temple in Ann Arbor, MI, May 9, 1954. He's joined by Russ Freeman (piano), Carson Smith (bass) and Bob Neel (drums), all of whom provide ample assistance without ever obscuring their leader's laid-back and refined style. Baker's sublime sounds also garnered notice from critics, who had placed him atop polls in both Metronome and Down Beat magazines the previous year.