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Chet Baker: Ronnie Scott's, London

Richard Williams, The Times, 13 August 1986

LOOKING A good deal more fragile than on his last visit to Frith Street, when for an entire week he played what sounded like the finest music of an unusually eventful career, the American trumpeter Chet Baker opened his new season on Monday by giving an impression of a high-wire walker struggling to regain his nerve.

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