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Looking Back - Nat King Cole - The Very Best Of Nat King Cole (CD, Album)

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  1. Sall
    Jun 21,  · When I Fall In Love Nat King Cole The Very Best Of Pop 0 1 That Sunday, That Summer Nat King Cole The Very Best Of Pop 0 1 Looking Back Nat King Cole The Very Best Of Pop 0 1 L-O-V-E [Multi-Lingual Version] Nat King Cole The Very Best Of Pop 0 1 I Wish You Love [Live] Nat King Cole The Very Best Of Pop 0 1.
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  2. Maushura
    Discography - Albums 's The King Cole Trio Capitol The King Cole Trio, Vol. 2 Capitol The King Cole Trio, Vol.3 Capitol B.
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  3. Kezshura
    Apr 19,  · Nat King Cole was born Nathaniel Adams Cole in He grew up in Chicago, the son of a Baptist minister. His brother Freddie says that accounted for one memorable feature of Nat.
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  4. Fauran
    Nathaniel Adams Coles (March 17, – February 15, ), known professionally as Nat King Cole, was an American singer and jazz licotcogutflipalacruikyoutefeemort.xyzinfo recorded over one hundred songs that became hits on the pop charts. His trio was the model for small jazz ensembles that followed.
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  5. Mazuhn
    Feb 20, - Explore Marie McClusky's board "nat king cole" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Nat king cole, Nat king, King cole pins.
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  6. Tygokazahn
    Nov 10,  · For anyone unfamiliar, the Nat King Cole LP, 'Welcome to the Club', features Nat in superb form singing a delightful selection of uptempo and ballad numbers with the Count Basie outfit (not counting the Count). It was recorded in the heavenly, warm, vital sound that was customary there at the time, to, as I understand it, 3-track and 1-track.
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  7. Shakarr
    The Very Thought of You by Nat King Cole (Vinyl, Nov) $ New All for You (A Dedication to the Nat King Cole Trio) [LP] by Diana Krall (Vinyl, Jul, 2 Discs, Verve).
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  8. Yorn
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Looking Back on Discogs/5(17).
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