Nat "King" Cole - In Chronology - 1949-1950 FLAC album
This album was recorded on August 13, 1947, released in a 78 . record in 1949, and reissued in 1950 on a 10-inch LP. "Three Little Words" (Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby) – 2:39. Moonlight In Vermont" (John Blackburn, Karl Suessdorf) – 3:13. Poor Butterfly" (Raymond Hubbell) – 2:34. How High the Moon" (Nancy Hamilton, Morgan Lewis) – 2:41.
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Nat King Cole at the Piano is Nat King Cole's fifth studio album, but is the first non "King Cole Trio" album released by Cole and his trio. The album was recorded on a single day, August 13th, 1947, and was first released two years later. Three Little Words" (Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby). Moonlight In Vermont" (John Blackburn, Karl Suessdorf). Poor Butterfly" (Raymond Hubbell). How High the Moon" (Nancy Hamilton, Morgan Lewis).
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.
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Cole was one of the first African Americans to host a national television variety show, The Nat King Cole Show, and has maintained worldwide popularity since his death from lung cancer in February 1965. Nathaniel Adams Coles was born in Montgomery, Alabama, on March 17, 1919. The Definitive Nat "King" Cole released: 2002. White Christmas released: 2001. The Chronological Classics: Nat "King" Cole 1949 released: 2001. Golden Greats released: 2001. Favourites released: 2000. The Chronological Classics: Nat "King" Cole 1947, Volume 3 released: 2000. The Chronological Classics: Nat "King" Cole 1947-1949 released: 2000. Nature Boy released: 2000. The Chronological Classics: Nat "King" Cole 1947, Volume 2 released: 1999.
Nat King Cole - Complete Jazz Series 1949 - 1950, 2008. Nalani (09-09-49) 02:59. Tunnel Of Love (05-12-50) 02:59.
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.
Nat King Cole Papers – page 3. 1950: January 6, daughter Natalie (nicknamed Sweetie) born; March 11, records Mona Lisa; tours Great Britain and Europe with Lena Horne (would tour widely throughout Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Australia throughout the 1950s and 1960s); income tax problems with IRS; sues Rock Island IL hotel for refusing him a room. Happy 25th Nat King Cole covers a 1962 testimonial dinner held by the Urban League honoring Cole’s 25 years in show business. It includes letters and telegrams from such notables as Bing Crosby, Sammy Davis J. Pearl Bailey, Louis Bellson, Lloyd Bridges, Dinah Shore, George Burns, Gracie Allen, and many others. In 1960, Cole had recorded a concept album entitled Wild Is Love, written by Ray Rasch and Dotty Wayne and arranged by Nelson Riddle.
|2||The Horse Told Me||3:02|
|3||Don't Shove, I'm Leaving||2:46|
|6||My Baby Just Cares For Me||2:48|
|7||For You My Love||2:26|
|8||Can I Come In For A Second?||2:51|
|9||Baby, Won't You Say You Love Me?||3:00|
|10||I Almost Lost My Mind||3:02|
|11||A Little Bit Independent||3:10|
|12||I'll Never Say "Never Again" Again||2:50|
|15||The Magic Tree||3:05|
|17||The Greatest Inventor Of Them All||2:18|
|19||Get Out And Get Under The Moon||2:48|
|20||Hey, Not Now||3:03|
|21||Tunnel Of Love||2:59|
|22||It's A Man Every Time||2:51|
|23||Time Out For Tears||3:11|