Time After Time

Chet Baker

Filmed in 1964

Chet Baker plays “Time After Time” at this 1964 performance in Belgium.


Chet Baker – vocal, flugelhorn
Jacques Pelzer – flute
Rene Urtreger – piano
Luigi Trussardi – bass
Franco Manzecchi – drums

Trumpeter, flugelhornist, and vocalist Chesney Henry “Chet” Baker was born in Yale, Oklahoma on December 23, 1929.

He first took interest in music as a singer in his church choir. His father introduced him to the trombone, but Chet downsized to the trumpet.

After multiple stints in the army, Baker began his career as a professional musician. His mellow trumpet playing and beautiful voice quickly made him an icon of the ’50s cool jazz scene.