Late Night Jazz

I like to keep my late night listening sessions simple— my favorite leather chair, a small fire on a cold night, bourbon (neat), and jazz that has a beautiful simplicity. I often reach for Chet Baker: Chet (OJC-087). To me it is relaxed, intimate, uncomplicated. There just seems to be space between the notes, and they just float. I am looking for other suggestions like this. Preferably on vinyl. Thanks.
Mark Murphy - Once To Every Heart
Madeleine Peyroux - Half the Perfect World
Tierney Sutton - Blue in Green
Emilie-Claire Barlow - Seule Ce Soir
Shirley Horn
Antonio Carlo Jobim
+1 Chet Baker w/Bill Evans
Keith Jarrett w/ Charlie Haden
Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
At late night, when I listen to jazz, I most often listen to piano, either solo or with one other instrument. In addition to some of the albums listed in previous responses, here are long-time favorites and some that I've been enjoying recently:

Ahmad Jamal -- Ballades
Fred Hersch -- Music from Home
Bill Evans -- Sunday at the Village Vanguard and Waltz for Debby
Charlie Haden and Hank Jones -- Steal Away and Come Sunday
Charlie Haden and Chet Baker -- Silence

And some exceptions to the rule include:

Ben Webster -- Soulville (yep, I'll join the chorus on this one)
Ben Webster -- Jazz 'Round Midnight
Pat Metheny and Brad Mehldau -- Across the Wide Missouri Sky
Joe Pass -- Meditation and Unforgettable

Happy listening and sweet dreams!


I am surprised no one mentioned....Stanley Turrentine’s - Soft Pedal Blues and Dorene Don’t Cry, I 
@cabfiend: I gave Coltrane and Hartman a late night spin.. and it is indeed a good one.  I especially enjoyed Coltrane’s rhythm section — Jones using brushes the whole album, Garrison plucking deep, round notes to go along perfectly with Hartman’s voice. Great recording as well (Impulse AS-40).