This is one of the most amazing jazz recordings I've ever heard. It is hard to get, and expensive, but the musicians, performance, and recording are about as good as it gets. I enjoy good recordings, and sometime it is frustrating to hear great music of older "great ones" but a poor reproduction. This is a top notch recording technically/sonicly, but its top notch in all aspects IMO. Don't get me wrong, it is not just to show off your system, but to get lost in the performance. It makes fine background too, not really busy, more smooth jazz.
Chet Baker is new to me. I've liked much of Miles Davis, but this album of Chet's is top notch and perhaps even on par with kind of blue. Don't care much for his singing, but it does grow on you and there are only a couple songs on the album that he sings on. This is a trio album. Trumpet, Guitar, and Bass. All three musicians put on a truly amazing performance. They are very tight. I'd put this in the must have category for jazz and or trumpet lovers.