In 1955 a 26-year-old Chet Baker made his first trip to Europe. Over a period of about six months, Baker toured Italy, Germany, France and Denmark. On 24 January 1956, Baker gave this quintet performance in Florence, Italy at the prominent music conservatory, “Conservatorio Cherubini”, using all European players, some of whom (Francy Boland and Eddie De Haas) Baker liked so much that he invited them back to the States to continue playing with him.
Side A: 1. Ray’s Idea 2. This Is Always Side B:1. You Don’t Know What Love Is 2. Stella By Starlight
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