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Nat "King" Cole - 1947 download flac

Performer: Nat "King" Cole
Title: 1947
Released: 1998
Category: Jazz
Size FLAC: 1689 mb
Size MP3: 1153 mb
Size WMA: 1544 mb
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Nathaniel Adams Coles (March 17, 1919 – February 15, 1965), known professionally as Nat King Cole, was an American jazz pianist and vocalist. He recorded over one hundred songs that became hits on the pop charts. His trio was the model for small jazz ensembles that followed. Cole also acted in films and on television and performed on Broadway. He was the first African American man to host an American television series.

Album Information : Title: King Cole Trios Live: 1947-1948. Release Date:1947-03-01. Genre:Jazz, Modern Jazz, Classic Vocal Standards. What'll I Do? 6. I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling Nat King Cole and Nat King Cole Trio. 7. Brief Commercial Announcement With One-Line Reprise of Wildroot. 8. Peg O' My Heart Nat King Cole and Nat King Cole Trio. 9. You're the Cream in My Coffee (.

Nat King Cole could charm most listeners by simply singing a few lines from the phone book. What one does get, though, is a generous dose of Nat Cole and the trio's slow-riffin' best.

The outbreak of World War II lead to several line-up changes: Prince, who was drafted into the . military, being temporarily replaced by Red Callender, and later by Johnny Miller who stayed with the group until 1947 (when he was replaced by Irving Ashby).

The Chronological Classics: Nat "King" Cole 1946-1947 Contents.

Nat King Cole recorded one other Ahbez songs: "Land of Love. Ahbez released his own album in 1960 called Eden's Island. He spent time with Brian Wilson before The Beach Boys recorded Pet Sounds. Ahbez, his wife, Anna, and their son Zoma lived in Griffith Park with their bicycle, sleeping bags and a juicer. His previous recordings were as the King Cole Trio, where he was the piano player and lead vocalist. On "Nature Boy," he didn't play the piano, which to this point was considered his strong suit. It marked a turning point for Cole, who became known for vocal talents on songs with orchestral arrangements; his next two hits were in this style: "Mona Lisa" and "Too Young.

Tracklist

1 I Think You Get What I Mean 2:38
2 But All I've Got Is Me 2:50
3 Now He Tells Me 3:05
4 I Can't Be Bothered 2:43
5 When I Take My Sugar To Tea 2:21
6 Rhumba Azul 2:32
7 What'll Do 3:03
8 I Never Had A Chance 2:50
9 This Is My Night To Dream 2:22
10 Makin' Whoopee 2:30
11 There I've Said It Again 3:10
12 I'll String Along With You 3:11
13 Ooh, Kickeroonie 2:22
14 The Trouble With Me Is You 2:26
15 Too Marvelous For Words 2:31
16 Three Little Words 2:37
17 Moonlight In Vermont 3:11
18 Poor Butterfly 2:32
19 How High The Moon 2:39
20 I'll Never Be The Same 2:48
21 These Foolish Things 3:12
22 Cole Capers 1:54
23 Blues In My Shower 2:51

Notes

Misspelt 'The Chronogical Classics' on the front.

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