The Nat King Cole Trio - King Cole And His Trio, Vol. 4 mp3 album
These were Cole's debut recordings. Originally recorded and released in sets of 78 . records between 1944–49, they were reissued in 1950 on 10-inch LPs. The original releases of Volume 3 (as 78 . record album) and Volume 4 (as 78 . m record album and as 45 . record box set) only contained 6 songs (3 records per set).
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The Platters, Nat King Cole, Dinah Washington, Diana Ross, Johnny Tillotson. The Piano Style Of Nat 'King' Cole. 2019 Remastered 2019. Keep Calm and Listen Nat King Cole (Vol. 02). Nat King Cole.
The fourth of five CDs in this series features Nat King Cole's wartime Trio (with guitarist Oscar Moore and bassist Johnny Miller) on 14 radio transcriptions. Highlights include "After You've Gone," "A Pile of Cole" and "If You Can't Smile and Say Yes (Please Don't Cry and Say No. A special bonus are five selections on which a young Anita O'Day sits in as guest vocalist. All five of these volumes (or better yet the comprehensive box set) from this budget label are recommended to fans of Nat King Cole's jazz years.
Nathaniel Adams Coles (March 17, 1919 – February 15, 1965), known professionally as Nat King Cole, was a musician who first came to prominence as a leading jazz pianist. He owes most of his popular musical fame to his soft baritone voice, which he used to perform in big band and jazz genres. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "The Nat King Cole Trio Recordings, Vol. 4 Album.
Vocal Classics, Volume 1" by the King Cole Trio documents along with "Instrumental Classics" that the Trio was always at its best. It is the equivalent of Ted Williams hitting. 406 in 1941, Jim Brown gaining 6 yards a carry every time he touched the ball, Wilt Chamberlain averaging 5. points and 2. rebounds in 1961-1962 and Wayne Gretzky scoring over 200 points in four out of five seasons
The King Cole Trio is Nat King Cole's first studio album. He recorded the album along with the other members of the Nat King Cole Trio, Oscar Moore and Wesley Prince. The album was released in 1950 along with the three volumes of the series. It's Only a Paper Moon" (Harold Arlen, Yip Harburg, Billy Rose).
Woody Herman, Nat 'King' Cole and his Trio - My baby Just Cares for Me 02:43 1000 Hits of the Forties, Vol. 39. Woody Herman, Nat King Cole Trio, Nat King Cole Trio, Woody Herman - My Baby Just Cares for Me 02:48 Calypso Blues. Woody Herman, Nat King Cole Trio, Nat King Cole Trio, Woody Herman - My Baby Just Cares for Me 02:47 Jazz Nonstop.
|A1||Yes Sir, That's My Baby|
|B1||For All We Know|
|B2||Laugh! Cool Clown|
|C2||I Used To Love You (But It's All Over Now)|
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|H-177||The Nat King Cole Trio||King Cole And His Trio, Vol. 4 (10", Album)||Capitol Records||H-177||Germany||1950|
|EBF 177||The Nat King Cole Trio||Volume 4 (2x7", MiniAlbum, Mono, Gat)||Capitol Records||EBF 177||US||1950|
|H177||The Nat King Cole Trio||Volume 4 (10", Album)||Capitol Records||H177||USA & Canada||Unknown|
|H-177, H177||Nat "King" Cole And His Trio*||King Cole And His Trio, Vol. 4 (10", Comp)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||H-177, H177||US||1950|
|CCF 177, CCF-177||King Cole Trio*||Volume 4 (3x7", Album, Mono + Box)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||CCF 177, CCF-177||US||1950|