Chet baker and mariachi brass flowers on the wall tequila - Chet Baker discography - Wikipedia


Tracklist:
01. Flowers On The Wall (DeWitt)
02. Tequila (Rio) 2-06
03. Mexico (Bryant)
04. Cuando Calienta el Sol (Perez) 2-44
05. Hot Toddy (Flanagan/Hendler)
08. Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa (Bacharach/David) 3-10
09. Speedy Gonzales (Kaye/Lee/Hess)
10. Come A Little Bit Closer (Boyce/Hart/Farrell)
11. El Paso (Robbins)
12. La Bamba (Traditional)

After returning to the United States in 1964, Chet Baker recorded a fine album for Colpix, two for Limelight, and five (during a busy week) for Prestige. However, after that string, it would be until 1974 before the trumpeter recorded anything else worthwhile. During 1965-1966, he cut six remarkably commercial throwaways for the once viable World Pacific label. A Taste of Tequila was the first, featuring Baker 's unenthusiastic solos on ten poppish tunes while joined by the Mariachi Brass , a rather weak derivative of the Tijuana Brass. Jack Nitzsche 's arrangements must have sounded a bit corny even at the time. This LP is only recommended to listeners who are curious to hear how Baker (who exclusively played fl├╝gelhorn during this period even though he is pictured on the back cover of the album on trumpet) would sound playing "Tequila," "Hot Toddy," and "La Bamba."

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