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Limited 180-gram vinyl LP import reissue. Forever on the cutting edge of jazz, trumpeter Chet Baker and pianist Bill Evans crafted "Alone Together" as a cool, bluesy gem on Dec. 28, 1958. It was released a month later to much acclaim and popular approval. Yet, jazz historians really note this album for being a true precursor to Miles Davis' "Kind of Blue." "Alone Together" didn't quite catch fire like "Kind of Blue, " which was released just 7 months later, but it was a great warm up for Evans. Evans actually composed part of and played on Davis' "Kind of Blue." This release contains the complete original 1959 album plus one bonus track. If you love "Kind of Blue, " you will love "Alone Together." Wax Time.
Limited 180-gram vinyl LP import reissue. Forever on the cutting edge of jazz, trumpeter Chet Baker and pianist Bill Evans crafted "Alone Together" as a cool, bluesy gem on Dec. 28, 1958. It was released a month later to much acclaim and popular approval. Yet, jazz historians really note this album for being a true precursor to Miles Davis' "Kind of Blue." "Alone Together" didn't quite catch fire like "Kind of Blue, " which was released just 7 months later, but it was a great warm up for Evans. Evans actually composed part of and played on Davis' "Kind of Blue." This release contains the complete original 1959 album plus one bonus track. If you love "Kind of Blue, " you will love "Alone Together." Wax Time.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: WAX TIME
Catalog: 771698
Rel. Date: 06/14/2011
UPC: 8436028691074

Alone Together [Import]
Artist: Chet Baker & Bill Evans
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $16.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Alone Together (Dietz-Schwartz) 6:52
2. How High the Moon (Hamilton-Lewis) 3:36
3. It Never Entered My Mind (Rodgers-Hart) 4:41
4. 'Tis Autumn (Henry Nemo) 5:18
5. If You Could See Me Now (Tadd Dameron) 5:17
6. September Song (Anderson-Weill) 3:05
7. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home to (Cole Porter) 4:33
8. Time on My Hands (Adamson-Gordon-Youmans) 4:33
9. You and the Night and the Music (Dietz-Schwartz) 4:06
10. I Could Have Danced All Night (Lerner-Loewe) 3:41

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Limited 180-gram vinyl LP import reissue. Forever on the cutting edge of jazz, trumpeter Chet Baker and pianist Bill Evans crafted "Alone Together" as a cool, bluesy gem on Dec. 28, 1958. It was released a month later to much acclaim and popular approval. Yet, jazz historians really note this album for being a true precursor to Miles Davis' "Kind of Blue." "Alone Together" didn't quite catch fire like "Kind of Blue, " which was released just 7 months later, but it was a great warm up for Evans. Evans actually composed part of and played on Davis' "Kind of Blue." This release contains the complete original 1959 album plus one bonus track. If you love "Kind of Blue, " you will love "Alone Together." Wax Time.
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