As Though I Had Wings: The Lost Memoir by Chet Baker

As Though I Had Wings: The Lost Memoir

Chet Baker

nonfiction biography music emotional slow-paced

118 pages | first published 1997


Chet Baker dominated the jazz scene of the 1950s, working closely with the likes of Charlie Parker and Stan Kenton. By the sixties, however, he found himself caught in a downward spiral of heroin, cocaine, and prescription drugs. In and out of jai...
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