Gerry Mulligan – Reunion with Chet Baker, 1962 LP

Pacific Studio Hi-Fi of 1962 lacks warmths and softness of the 1950s. The vividness of the sound is also not very good. The trumpet, as usual is recorded the worst. Mulligan’s baritone is excellent, he improvises more subtly than Baker, but this point of view may also be related to the differences in the quality of the brass’s recordings.

Remastering – ℗ Anton Stepichev

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