Nat King Cole - Mr. Wishing Well FLAC album
Nathaniel Adams Coles (March 17, 1919 - February 15, 1965), born in Montgomery, Alabama, on Saint Patrick's Day known professionally as Nat King Cole, wa. .
Nat King Cole - Mr. Wishing Well.
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Nat King Cole discography. 1972 The Greatest of Nat King Cole (2-album set sold by Dynamic House). 1973 Nature Boy. 1974 Love Is Here to Stay. "That Sunday, That Summer", "Mr. Wishing Well".
Unforgettable is an original jazz compilation by Nat King Cole. It was initially released on a 10 inch LP in 1952, and it was reissued on a 12 inch LP in 1954. Unforgettable" (Irving Gordon) - 3:13. A Portrait of Jennie" (Gordon Burdge, J. Russell Robinson) - 3:09. What'll I Do?" (Irving Berlin) - 3:05. Lost April" (Eddie DeLange, Emil Newman, Hubert Spencer) - 2:58. Answer Me, My Love" (Fred Rauch, Carl Sigman, Gerhard Winkler) - 2:38.
This song is by Nat King Cole. Wishing well, Mr. wishing wellWishing well, wishing well). I was standing by theWishing well (wishing well)Feeling all alone and blueI dropped a penny in theWishing well (wishing well)Wishing for a dream come true. Then down, down went the pennyRight next to all the many othersThat lovers had thrown. wishing well (wishing well)?Is it too much that I askJust a penny's worth ofHappiness (happiness)?Is that far too great a task?
Nat King Cole was born Nathaniel Adams Coles on Montgomery, AL, on March 17, 1919. In his early years of music-making, he dispensed with the "s" at the end of his name. As a black child born to a poor family in the American South at that time, he did not have a birth certificate; his March 17 birthday was recalled because it was also St. Patrick's Day. He listed conflicting years of birth on legal documents during his life; most sources give the year as 1917.
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Nat King Cole (March 17, 1919 – February 15, 1965), born Nathaniel Adams Coles, was a popular American jazz singer-songwriter and pianist. Cole first came to prominence as a leading jazz pianist, then switched his emphasis to singing, becoming one of the most popular and best-known vocalists of all time. Cole was born in Montgomery, Alabama. He received music lessons from his mother and his family moved to Chicago when he was five, where his father Edward James Coles was a Baptist minister
Nat King Cole lyrics - Find all lyrics for songs such as Smile, Autumn Leaves, L-O-V-E at LyricsFreak. Nat King Cole came to attention as a leading jazz pianist in the late 1930's. His trio of piano, guitar, & bass was emulated by many. In 1943, with his composition "Straighten Up and Fly Right", he had his first vocal hit. With his soft, baritone voice, Cole became an icon recording much mainstream, pop orientated material. One of the first African Americans to host a television variety show, "The Nat King Cole Show" premiered on November 5, 1956, on NBC. Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 2000 (Early Influence)
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|F 5027||Nat King Cole||That Sunday, That Summer / Mr. Wishing Well (7", Single)||Capitol Records||F 5027||Italy||1963|
|F 5027||Nat King Cole||That Sunday, That Summer / Mr. Wishing Well (7", Single, Yel)||Capitol Records||F 5027||Sweden||Unknown|
|CP-1537||Nat King Cole||That Sunday, That Summer / Mr. Wishing Well (7", Single)||Capitol Records||CP-1537||Australia||1963|
|5027||Nat King Cole||That Sunday, That Summer (7", Single)||Capitol Records||5027||US||1963|
|CL 15316||Nat King Cole||That Sunday, That Summer / Mr. Wishing Well (7")||Capitol Records||CL 15316||UK||1963|