The four legendary albums are (Chet Baker Sings) It Could Happen to You, the 1958 essential album featuring Chet's vocals covering standards; In New York, released in 1959 the line-up on this album is stellar with Al Haig (piano), Paul Chambers (bass) and Philly Joe Jones (drums); Chet, released in 1959 features all instrumental performances by Chet with flautist Herbie Mann, saxophonist Pepper Adams, pianist Bill Evans, guitarist Kenny Burrell, bassist Paul Chambers, drummers Connie Kay, and Philly Joe Jones; Chet Baker Plays The Best Of Lerner And Loewe, a 1959 release is a concept album featuring Lerner and Loewe timeless show tunes.
Produced by Nick Phillips, the vinyl box includes six 180-gram LPs pressed at RTI and cut from the original analog masters by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio. The four classic titles feature faithfully replicated artwork printed on tip-on record jackets and the bonus disc comes in a deluxe gatefold printed on reverse board. The high-end package also contains a 16-page booklet filled with photos, and new insightful liner notes by jazz historian Doug Ramsey, plus a collectible Melvin Sokolsky photo print in a glycine pouch. The contents are housed in a striking linen-wrapped slipcase with foil stamped art.