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While most jazz albums of the period include, at best, five long instrumentals, Chet Baker Sings is made up of eighteen two-and-one-half-minute cuts. (There are) no virtuoso high speed scales, very few sixteenth notes---none of the stuff that told critics what the player was doing and how "good" he was at it. Baker's album was a totally other form of expression for its time. -Dave Hickey, AIR GUITAR, Essays on Art and Democracy


Offering two sizes: SMALL 24" x 24" and LARGE 30"x30". (Custom sizes available upon request.)



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    Giclee printed with archival inks on hand-stretched canvas over wooden 1.5" thick frame. Hanging wire installed.


  • Damages in shipping or print process will be exchanged for the same image and size.

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