Appears on releases

# Title Length Release Title Release Artist Date Country Label Catalog#
Official
1.7 The Thrill Is Gone 2:51 Chet Baker Sings Chet Baker Pacific Jazz (1952-1957, renamed World Pacific) PJLP-11
1.12 The Thrill Is Gone 2:51 Chet Baker Sings Chet Baker Pacific Jazz (1952-1957, renamed World Pacific) PJ-1222
1.1 The Thrill Is Gone 2:51 The Best of Chet Baker Sings Chet Baker Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.) CDP 7 92932 2
1.1 The Thrill Is Gone 2:51 The Best of Chet Baker Sings Chet Baker Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.), Pacific Jazz (1988- , reissue imprint from the 1952 company) 0777 7 92932 2 3
1.1 The Thrill Is Gone 2:51 The Best of Chet Baker Sings Chet Baker Blue Note
1.6 The Thrill Is Gone 2:50 Chet Baker Plays and Sings the Great Ballads Chet Baker CEMA Special Markets (a division of Capitol‐EMI Music, Inc.) C2 57586
1.11 The Thrill Is Gone 2:53 Chet Baker Sings Chet Baker 東芝EMI 株式会社 (record company, do not use as release label - check obi, back or disc for imprint! Ended 2007-06-29) TOCJ-6111
1.12 The Thrill Is Gone 2:51 Chet Baker Sings Chet Baker Blue Note CDP 7243 8 23234 2 6
1.8 The Thrill Is Gone 2:50 Sings Sessions Chet Baker Midnight Records (jazz reissues/compilations) 400112
1.12 The Thrill Is Gone 2:51 4 albums Chet Baker EMI Music France (1994–2013)
3.12 The Thrill Is Gone 2:48 Eight Classic Albums Chet Baker Real Gone Jazz CD294
1.1 The Thrill Is Gone 2:51 Greatest Jazz 27: Chet Baker Chet Baker ECHO INDUSTRY EJC-727
(unknown)
1.9 The Thrill Is Gone 2:50 Le poète du jazz Chet Baker
1.10 The Thrill Is Gone 2:52 Let's Get Lost Chet Baker

Relationships

trumpet: Chet Baker
drums: Shelly Manne
Bob Neel
bass: Joe Mondragon
piano: Russ Freeman (pianist)
producer: Richard Bock (record producer)
vocals: Chet Baker
recorded at: Radio Recorders Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1953-10-27)
recording of: The Thrill Is Gone (Henderson/Brown song, first performed in 1931) (cover)

The Thrill Is Gone (Henderson/Brown song, first performed in 1931)

composer: Ray Henderson
lyricist: Lew Brown
publisher: DeSylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc.
Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin)