Late night jazz suggestions please


Hi, I was hoping some of you that have extensive jazz knowledge could suggest some good late night, atmospheric jazz albums to listen to. You know the kind - like in the movies when the weary detective comes home and pours a big tumbler of scotch, and he lives in a house or apartment that seems way beyond the means of a civil servant, and puts on some cool, sexy jazz. And definitely instrumental only. Thanks in advance.
therobert
Andre Previn - 3CD's on Telarc with Previn, Mundell Lowe or Joe Pass, and Ray Brown. "Old Friends", "Uptown" and "After Hours", great after dinner jazz, I think. Previn and solo piano "Alone" and one of my favorites, Andre Previn and Thomas Stevens (trumpet) play a classic american songbook.

Houston Person on Blue Note - most any will fit your bill - try "My Romance" and/or "In a Sentimental Mood".

Charlie Haden on Verve - "Beyond the Missouri Sky", 'Land of the Sun" and "Night and the City".

Haden's music is superb!
Anything by  Helge Lien Trio or  Tord Gustavsen Trio
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Jimmy Cobb "Jazz In The Key Of Blue" Rich and mellow playing of trumpeter Roy Hargrove and guitarist Russell Malone. Terrific quartet jazz.

Kenny Burrell guitar and Frank Morgan alto saxophone "Listen To The Dawn".

Chet Baker "Chet" Ballads from this wonderful trumpeter.

Gerry Mulligan  "Nights Lkghts" Beautiful and rich.

Dexter Gordon "Ballads" Master tenor saxophonist, gorgeous tone and music.

Miles Davis  "Love Songs" Miles playing trumpet simply beautifully. 

John Coltrane  " Coltrane Plays For Lovers" Classic ballads by this iconic tenor saxophonist. 
Charles 
I second the Dexter Gordon ballads recording. Perfect late night smoky blues club/scotch on a rainy midnight listening.
Gerald Wilson -

Big Band Modern on The Jazz Factory Records

1946-1954 on Classics Records

In My Time on Mack Avenue Records
Late night? How about some ballads by Paul Desmond and Jim Hall? 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Paul-Desmond-The-Best-of-Paul-Desmond-feat-Jim-Hall-CD-Mar-2000-RCA-Victor/...

Or how about Paul Desmond and Chet Baker?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/JIM-HALL-CONCIERTO-A-CTI-CD-FEATURING-CHET-BAKER-PAUL-DESMOND/142696595769?...

Or maybe even Cal Tjader's "Latin Kick?"

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Cal-Tjader-Latin-Kick-New-CD/142234404279?hash=item211dd4c5b7:g:TH0AAOSw3ut...

Frank
Oliver Nelson - Jazzhattan Suite on Verve

Many of these cuts are on "The Argo, Verve and Impulse Big Band Sessions" box set on Mosaic. But it's a bit pricy since it was discontinued. 
Lars Danielsson Trio - Liberetto I, II and III (but especially II).


Thanks for all the suggestions so far - much appreciated. I guess I have a lot of listening to do.
Miles Davis: In A Silent Way! Just two songs on this: "Shhh" and "Peaceful"
Herbie Mann - At The Village Gate, recorded live.
Joe Pass - Virtuoso - The ladies love it!!!;)
Kenny Burrell- Midnight Blue

Anything by;
Wes Montgomery
Grant Green

Happy Listening!
+1 for these guys

Herbie Mann - At The Village Gate, recorded live.

  Kenny Burrell- Midnight Blue
https://youtu.be/FJgeqSxJnlE
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https://youtu.be/I3VsppBFuCQ
https://youtu.be/vnzyQf5NSCI
https://youtu.be/IIQc20cK5Vc
 
This is a random choice, just out of head, kind of albhabet of jazz. If you like something, its easy to search for more on ytube, or just ask for more information if you hear something that you really like....
Bill Evans "The Complete Live at the Village Vanguard"
Scott Hamilton "Nocturnes and Serenades"

+1 for:

Charlie Haden "Night and the City"
Chet Baker "Chet"

Therobert,
keeping with the "late night" rich and mellow mood,
Vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson  "For Sentimental Reasons " Ouartet setting. 
Charles 
So far, Chet Baker's "Chet" is definitely my favorite for the kind of vibe I was after - kind of beautiful in a melancholic sort of way.
Thanks to all for the suggestions.
nils paetter molvaer--muted trumpet genius
blues into the night Morton Gould RCA Living Stereo
Sketches of Spain Miles Davis one of my favorites plus Getz/Gilberto.
Desmond Blue RCA Mono
Late Night Guitar - Earl Klugh
Sonny Rollins
Keith Jarrett, Charlie Haden-Jasmine,Last dance
Keith Jarrett-Melody at Night With You, lots of his standards trio stuff
Dave Peck-Solo, Good Road, Dave Peck Trio
Frank Morgan-You Must Believe In spring, A Lovesome Thing
Grover Washington Jr-Winelight, All mYTomrrows, Togethering
All the Charlie Haden Quartet West cds pretty much are in the ballpark
Getz/Gilberto
Ralph Towner/Paolo Presco-Chiaroscuro
Pat Metheny-One Quiet Night, Map Of The World, Whats It All About
Joe Pass-Songs For Ellen, Unforgettable
Earl Klugh-Naked Guitar, Ballads, Late night Guitar
Miles Davis-Ballads, All Blues, Round Midnight, Quiet Nights, Sketches Of Spain
Jim Hall with Charlie Haden-Live in Montreal
Bill Evans-almost everything
Bill Frisell-lots of his stuff is also very mellow

     Chet Baker's "Chet".   "Jazz For When You're Alone"  may fit the bill. A previous suggestion of Mulligan's Night Lights is a very good one. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwvVhXItl1w            This should do it. Can someone tell me what this is? Time for me to expand my  noir collection. 
I just discovered Slyde Hyde / Pete Christlieb "Late Night". You can read about it here if interested:

http://www.kindofbluerecords.com/slyde-hyde-late-night
Stanley Turrentine with the 3 Sounds - Blue Hour

Pat Metheny

Pat Martino

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4jCKHRvWu0

Very cool, from Bob James, Nathan East, Larry Carlton and Harvey Mason.  
@joekapahulu,@alexatpos and all other contributors. Thanks for many evenings of happy listening. I’ll contribute soon. I find Paul Desmond’s sound rather magical. Andre Previn has some goodies. Paul Desmond and the guy with the bigger sax have given me pleasure. Stephane Grappelli comes to mind. Some 50’s and 60’s trios with vibes will come to me. 
The bigger sax: Gerry Mulligan. Joe Pass has nice tunes. The”Great Guitars” had a few lovely tunes. Gary Burton on vibes. Stanley Turrentine created some gems. Chet Atkins. 
The Modern Jazz Quartet is pretty laid back. How about this station in general? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARxV5vsYQ6o