Lost, completed studio albums by revered trumpet player and jazz vocalist Chet Baker don’t pop up every year. But “In Perfect Harmony: The Lost Album,” which was just released after sitting unheard for 52 years, has some even more novel wrinkles to it. For one, the previously unreleased 11-song set is a full-on collaboration with a second trumpeter-singer, Jack Sheldon — who may be best known to fans of a certain age as a familiar voice from the “Schoolhouse Rock” television show’s songs. Although Baker and Sheldon were pals who played together live, this newly unearthed project marks the only time they ever went into the studio together to make an album.

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