Carnegie Hall Concert (Gerry Mulligan and Chet Baker album)

Carnegie Hall Concert is a live album by saxophonist Gerry Mulligan and trumpeter Chet Baker. The album was recorded at Carnegie Hall in 1974 and released on the CTI label both as a double LP and as two separate volumes. In 1995 the album was re-released as a CD with an additional track.[1][2][3][4][5]

Carnegie Hall Concert
Live album by
RecordedNovember 24, 1974
VenueCarnegie Hall, NYC
CTI 6054/55
ProducerCreed Taylor
Gerry Mulligan chronology
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Chet Baker chronology
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Deep In a Dream of You


Professional ratings
Review scores

The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow states: "At this 1974 concert baritonist Gerry Mulligan and trumpeter Chet Baker had one of their very rare reunions; it would be only the second and final time that they recorded together after Mulligan's original quartet broke up in 1953. Oddly enough, a fairly contemporary rhythm section was used. However, some of the old magic was still there between the horns".[6]

Track listing

All compositions by Gerry Mulligan except where noted

  1. "Line for Lyons" – 8:16
  2. "Margarine" (Hal Galper) – 5:59 Additional track on CD reissue
  3. "For an Unfinished Woman" – 8:51
  4. "My Funny Valentine" (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart) – 8:42
  5. "Song for Strayhorn" – 9:42
  6. "It's Sandy at the Beach" – 9:39
  7. "K-4 Pacific" – 11:46
  8. "There Will Never Be Another You" (Harry Warren, Mack Gordon) – 6:53
  9. "Bernie's Tune" (Bernie Miller, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller) – 7:55



  1. Eyries, P., Edwards, D. & Callahan. M. CTI Album Discography accessed May 26, 2017
  2. Jazzlists: CTI Records 6000 series discography accessed May 26, 2017
  3. Chet Baker Catalog accessed May 26, 2017
  4. A Perier, G Dugelay and K Hallqvist Gerry Mulligan discography accessed May 26, 2017
  5. album entry accessed May 26, 2017
  6. Yanow, Scott. Carnegie Hall Concert – Review at AllMusic. Retrieved May 26, 2017.
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