It peaked at on the . Billboard Pop Albums chart. Initially, the album was released in a 33rpm LP version as well as in a set of four (7 inch) 45rpm discs.
Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, EP, Mono. Drums – Lee Young (2). Guitar – John Collins (2). Piano, Vocals – Nat King Cole. Saxophone – Willie Smith (2). Trombone – Juan Tizol.
Nat 'King' Cole And His Trio – After Midnight. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono. After Midnight - Complete Session (3x12", Album, Mono, RM, 180). Analogue Productions.
Long before he became a mega-star in the 1950s, Nat King Cole's velvety voice was captivating audiences as part of the Nat King Cole Trio. Formed in 1937 after an inn manager needed a club act, the group went on to stardom, ranking No. 1 on the first ever Billboard album chart. Basic Jazz Record Library. Murray Horwitz and . Spellman pick the jazz albums at home in anyone's music collection. Nat King Cole: 'After Midnight,' 'Best of the Nat King Cole Trio'.
Album: After Midnight. Nat 'King' Cole and his Trio: best 2 tracks. Nat 'King' Cole and his Trio, Woody Herman - My baby Just Cares for Me 1000 Hits of the Forties, Vol. 39, 2012 02:43. Nat 'King' Cole and his Trio - Blame It On My Youth After Midnight, 1957 04:08. Artist: Nat 'King' Cole and his Trio.
Cole's vocals are impeccable and swinging, while his piano alternates between providing subdued backgrounds and light solos that don't reveal his true potential on the instrument. Willie Smith's smooth alto sax buoys the singer in the brisk take of "Just You, Just M. Harry "Sweets" Edison's muted trumpet complements the leader in his interpretation of "Sweet Lorraine.