Artist: Nat King Cole. Album: The Extraordinary. Nat King Cole - Little Fingers 02:50. Nat King Cole: best 2 tracks. Nat King Cole - To The Ends Of The Earth Classic Years Vol. 2, 2010 02:24. Nat King Cole - Quizás, Quizás, Quizás Maailman Tähdet Nat King Cole, 2009 02:46. Artist: Nat King Cole.
Performer: Nat "King" Cole Writer: Irving Gordon. Vocal With Orchestra. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 40., Rolloff: -1. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 10443-D4 Catalog number: 2309. Other IDs from the record include: 10443.
This article contains a list of albums by Nat King Cole and compilations of his recordings, together with a list of his chart singles. Volumes 1-4 released as separate booklets in 10" format. Booklet Volumes 1 and 2 contain 4 shellac records. Booklet Volumes 3 and 4 contain 3 shellac records. Volume 4 is also issued in a box set of three 45-rpm records. 1945 The King Cole Trio. 1946 The King Cole Trio, Volume 2. 1947 The King Cole Trio, Volume 3. 1949 The King Cole Trio, Volume 4.
L-O-V-E is the final studio album by the American singer Nat King Cole. It was arranged by Ralph Carmichael. L-O-V-E was Cole's last album, and was released shortly before his death in February 1965. The songs "The Girl from Ipanema", "My Kind of Girl" and "More (Theme From Mondo Cane)" were recorded December 1–3, 1964, shortly after Cole's diagnosis with lung cancer, and were the last recordings he made. It peaked at on the Billboard Albums chart in the spring of 1965.
How Do I Go About It? 1953.
If they had ever told me how sweet a kiss could be I would have said, 'Impossible, impossible for me' And if they said, I'd find you beyond the rainbow's end I would have said, 'Impossible, impossible, my friend'. To dream about what might have been Is strange enough for me But now it seems I'm living in Find more lyrics at ※ Mojim. com A dream too beautiful to be. If they had said a moonbeam could calm a stormy sea I would have said, 'Impossible,' but now at last I see That nothing is impossible if you are here with me.
Nat King Cole recorded this with orchestra leader and arranger Nelson Riddle in 1951. It became a hit again in 1991 (US UK for Nat's daughter, Natalie, when her vocals were dubbed with his to make a duet. It kind of came from the idea, how funny it would be if I could hang out with both of her idols and put them together and do this thing. Check out our interview with Cevin Soling. Sara from Silver Spring, MdNatalie Cole did another album of standards made famous by Nat King Cole called Stardust in 1996 and featured another channeled duet with her dad of "When I Fall In Love". Both were co-produced by David Foster.
How (How Do I Go About It?) How I'd Love To Love You. How Little We Know. Hundreds And Thousand Of Girls. Hundreds and Thousands of Girls. Hymn To Him. I Almost Lost My Mind.