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Nat King Cole - Los Angeles Chicago Hollywood New York 1936 - 1944 album

Nat King Cole - Los Angeles Chicago Hollywood New York 1936 - 1944 album
  • Performer Nat King Cole
  • Title Los Angeles Chicago Hollywood New York 1936 - 1944
  • Date of release 1995
  • Style Smooth Jazz, Swing
  • Other formats XM DMF DXD AHX WMA AIFF MOD
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1724 mb
  • Size FLAC 1693 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 655

My Lips Remember Your Kisses. 2-6. –Nat King Cole Trio. Body And Soul - 1944. What Is This Thing Called Love? 2:56.

Portrait of Nat King Cole, Paramount Theater, New York City, November 1946. When he was fifteen, Cole dropped out of high school to pursue a music career. After his brother Eddie, a bassist, came home from touring with Noble Sissle, they formed a sextet and recorded two singles for Decca in 1936 as Eddie Cole's Swingsters. The Chicago Defender said Cole's performances for all-white audiences were an insult to his race. The New York Amsterdam News said that "thousands of Harlem blacks who have worshiped at the shrine of singer Nat King Cole turned their backs on him this week as the noted crooner turned his back on the NAACP and said that he will continue to play to Jim Crow audiences. Main article: Nat King Cole discography. The King Cole Trio (1944). Nat King Cole Star of Cavalcade Headliner AD Los Angeles Sentinel May 28, 1953. Chilton, Karen (October 15, 2009).

A new version of Last. The Quintessence, Volume 1: Chicago - New York - Los Angeles 1936-1944. Go to artist profile.

Nat King Cole & Me is the fifth studio album by American jazz musician and singer Gregory Porter. He sings songs that were either recorded by or inspired by Nat King Cole. It was released by Blue Note Records and Decca Records on October 27, 2017. Porter has cited Cole as an important part of his childhoold and an influence on his career. Jeff Simon of The Buffalo News compared the album to Both Sides Now by Joni Mitchell.

Send "Nat King Cole" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: The Quintessence, Volume 2: New York - Hollywood 1944-1946. Nat King Cole Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Do you like this album?

Nat Cole made his recording debut in July 1936 with his brother Eddie’s band. Soon after he moved to Los Angeles where he began playing at clubs up and down the California coast, drawing praise from the jazz fraternity and particularly other piano players who marvelled at his talent. It was during this time that gained the moniker ‘King’ from an admiring club owner – it certainly stuck. He was offered a residency at the Swanee Inn on North La Brea Avenue, just south of Hollywood. The first time Cole’s new group recorded was in 1939 and they did so as King Cole’s Swingsters. In December 1940, the King Cole Trio signed to Decca Records and they recorded four songs including one that became synonymous with Cole over his lifetime, the beautiful, ‘Sweet Lorraine’.

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Los Angeles and the King Cole Trio. Nat King Cole and daughter Natalie Cole. Photo: Howard Frank Archives. Nat soon married a dancer, Megan Robinson, and moved to Los Angeles where he formed the Nat King Cole Trio. The trio consisted of Nat on piano, Oscar Moore on guitar, and Wesley Prince on double bass. Live At The Circle Room (Radio Transcriptions From a 1944 Performance). The Christmas Song (1999 CD reissue restores all tracks from "The Magic Of Christmas," plus 3 versions of "The Christmas Song"). New York: Stein and Day, 1984. Los Angeles: Melrose Square Pub. C. 1992.

Albums by Nat King ColeSort:By Album A - Z. Definitive Collection. Caroling Caroling (Christmas Bells Are Ringing). On the Sidewalks of New York. That Sunday, That Summer. That's What They Meant (By the Good Old Summertime). Where Did Everyone Go?. The Quintessence Los Angeles - Chicago - Hollywood - New York: 1936-1944. I Juse Can't See for Lookin'. Wake Up and Dream: Cole Porter, 1916-1929.

Nathaniel Cole moved from Alabama to Chicago as a young child and began to play organ for his church at age twelve. Initially a jazz pianist, Nat "King" Cole began playing in jazz clubs in Los Angeles and later formed the popular King Cole Trio. 26 June at 08:43 ·. "I'm an interpreter of stories. When I perform it's like sitting down at my piano and telling fairy stories.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 King Cole "Trio"* Sweet Lorraine - 1940 2:56
1-2 Eddie Cole's Solid Swingers Honey Hush
Bass – Eddie Cole Drums – Jimmy Adams Reeds – Bill Wright , Tommy Thompson Trumpet – Kenneth Roane
2:51
1-3 Lionel Hampton With Nat King Cole And His Trio* Jack The Bellboy
Drums – Lionel Hampton
2:48
1-4 Lionel Hampton With Nat King Cole And His Trio* Dough-Ra-Me 3:06
1-5 Lionel Hampton With Nat King Cole And His Trio* Jivin' With Jarvis 2:38
1-6 Lionel Hampton With Nat King Cole And His Trio* Blue Because Of You 2:56
1-7 King Cole "Trio"* This Side Up 2:46
1-8 King Cole "Trio"* Honeysuckle Rose 2:31
1-9 King Cole "Trio"* Gone With The Draft 2:38
1-10 King Cole Trio* Slow Down 3:06
1-11 King Cole Trio* Babs 2:24
1-12 King Cole Trio* Early Morning Blues 2:44
1-13 King Cole Trio* Scotchin' With The Soda 2:32
1-14 King Cole Trio* This Will Make You Laugh 3:18
1-15 King Cole Trio* I Like To Riff
Drums – Lee Young
2:45
1-16 King Cole Trio* That Ain't Right 3:16
1-17 King Cole Trio* Call The Police 3:11
1-18 King Cole Trio* Hit That Jive Jack 2:54
2-1 Nat King Cole Trio* Straighten Up And Fly Right 2:24
2-2 Lester Young / Nat King Cole Trio* Body And Soul - 1942
Saxophone [Tenor] – Lester Young
5:06
2-3 Lester Young / Nat King Cole Trio* Indiana
Saxophone [Tenor] – Lester Young
4:49
2-4 Nat King Cole Trio* I'm Lost 3:06
2-5 Nat King Cole Trio* My Lips Remember Your Kisses 3:03
2-6 Nat King Cole Trio* Jumpin' At Capitol 2:25
2-7 Nat King Cole Trio* Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You 2:54
2-8 Nat King Cole Trio* If You Can't Smile And Say Yes 3:04
2-9 Nat King Cole Trio* Embraceable You 3:21
2-10 Nat King Cole Trio* It's Only A Paper Moon 2:53
2-11 Nat King Cole Trio* I Just Can't See For Lookin' 3:05
2-12 King Cole Trio* The Man I Love 3:18
2-13 King Cole Trio* Prelude In C Sharp Minor 2:54
2-14 King Cole Trio* Body And Soul - 1944 3:17
2-15 King Cole Trio* What Is This Thing Called Love? 2:56
2-16 King Cole Trio* Easy Listening Blues 3:08
2-17 King Cole Trio* Bring Another Drink 2:18
2-18 King Cole Trio* Sweet Lorraine - 1943 3:07

Credits

  • Bass – Johnny Miller (tracks: 2-1, 2-4, 2-5, 2-12 to 2-18), Red Callender (tracks: 2-2, 2-3, 2-6 to 2-11), Wesley Prince (tracks: 1-1, 1-3 to 1-18)
  • Drums – Al Spieldock (tracks: 1-4 to 1-6)
  • Guitar – Johnny Moore (tracks: 1-1, 1-7 to 1-9), Oscar Moore (tracks: 1-1, 1-3 to 2-1, 2-4 to 2-18)
  • Piano – Nat King Cole
  • Vibraphone – Lionel Hampton (tracks: 1-4 to 1-6)
  • Vocals – Johnny Miller (tracks: 2-1, 2-8 to 2-18), Nat King Cole (tracks: 1-1, 1-4, 1-5, 1-9, 1-10, 1-13, 1-15 to 1-18, 2-1, 2-4 to 2-5, 2-8 to 2-18), Oscar Moore (tracks: 1-4, 1-5, 1-9, 1-11, 1-13, 1-15 to 1-18, 2-1, 2-8 to 2-18), Wesley Prince (tracks: 1-9, 1-11, 1-13, 1-15 to 1-18, 2-1, 2-8 to 2-18)