23 Apr CHET BAKER & ENNIO MORRICONE I KNOW I WILL LOSE YOU 2022 Rescord store day release
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NEW MOOCHIN’ ABOUT RELEASE FOR THE 15TH RECORD STORE DAY will now be available in the 2nd Drop 18th June 2022
CHET BAKER & ENNIO MORRICONE
I KNOW I WILL LOSE YOU
1. Chets Lullaby
2. So Che Ti Perderò
3. Motivo Su Raggio Di Luna
4. Il Mio Domani
60th anniversary edition
Remastered from original masters
Includes lyric sheet
Moochin About is extremely proud to announce our 34th release featuring 2 musical icons, for RecordStoreDay 2022
This limited edition, hand numbered release will be available in independent record shops ONLY…
Record Store Day is the one day of the year when over 260 independent record shops all across the UK come together to celebrate their unique culture. Special vinyl releases are made exclusively for the day and many shops and cities host artist performances and events to mark the occasion. Thousands more shops celebrate the day around the globe in what’s become one of the biggest annual events on the music calendar.
Chet & Ennio…
The meeting of Ennio and Chet in 1962 was a sublime encounter and couldn’t have come at a better time for both artists.
For years, many Chet Baker fans weren’t even aware these four Italian sides existed, as the four RCA songs weren’t released outside of Italy until the early 2000s. For another, when most listeners reach for the singing Baker, they usually turn to his work with pianist Russ Freeman, although these four Italian tracks are easily in the same league.
In August, 1960, Chet Baker was arrested in Lucca, Italy. He was convicted of drug smuggling and forgery and sentenced to a year, seven months, and ten days in a Lucca prison. When he was released early, in December, 1961, RCA Italiana organized collaborative sessions with composer, arranger, and conductor Ennio Morricone. In 1962, they recorded these 4 compositions that Chet Baker wrote while incarcerated…
Although rumored to be originally written for a film score, only Che Ti Perdero, finally made it on the soundtrack of Lets Get Lost released in 1988…
these are beautiful and exotic works by Baker – If you’re a Chet Baker fan, you’re a romantic. And if you’re a romantic, then what more could you ask for than for Baker at his seductive best singing ballads in Italian? Not to mention playing an open trumpet on top of Italian cinematic strings, conducted by the legendary Morricone…
music & words Chet Baker/Alassandro Maffei
Ennio Morricone & Orchestra
Chorus ~ The Swingers
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