Unreleased for many years, and now on two LPs, here's the famous Chet Baker's concert in Koln in October 1955 featuring pianist Dick Twardzik, bassist Jimmy Bond and drummer Pete Littman, plus guests on a couple of tracks, German reed specialists Hans Koller and Willi Sanner respectively on tenor and baritone sax. A particularly soulful performance based on a strong and varied track list comprising some of Baker's favorite standards such as "My Funny Valentine" and "I'll Remember April" (both found on Volume II) plus Twardzik's original "Yellow Tango" (found on Volume I). This concert is also sadly remembered as one of Twardzik's last performances before his premature death from an overdose just 12 days later.
- Vinyl LP
- Recorded live at the Koln Borsensaal, October 9, 1955
- Announcement By Gigi Campi And Chet Baker
- Announcement By Chet Baker
- Chet Baker Presents Dick Twardzik's Solo Feature
- Yellow Tango
- Someone To Watch Over Me