Nat "King" Cole - 1941-1943 album FLAC
The Chronological Classics: Nat "King" Cole 1941-1943 Contents.
Album · 2004 · 20 Songs. The Nat "King" Cole Trio. 4. Scotchin' with the Soda. 6. Smokey Joe. Nat "King" Cole & The Nat "King" Cole Trio. 7. Windy City Boogie Woogie. 8. Gone with the Draft. 9. This Side Up. 10. Ode to a Wild Clam. 11. Vom, Vim, Veedle.
Nathaniel Adams Coles (March 17, 1919 – February 15, 1965), known professionally as Nat King Cole, was an American jazz pianist and vocalist. He recorded over one hundred songs that became hits on the pop charts. His trio was the model for small jazz ensembles that followed. Cole also acted in films and on television and performed on Broadway. He was the first African American man to host an American television series.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "1941-1943" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. 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.
This segment of the chronology, covering a timeline from November 30, 1943 to March 6, 1944, mingles relatively obscure recordings with some of the King Cole Trio's early hits. Certainly Cole's own "Straighten Up and Fly Right" and Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer's "It's Only a Paper Moon" are still among the most famous performances ever recorded by this group.
Nat King Cole - From The Very Beginning (MCA MCA2-4020). 1949 (age 30). Nat "King" Cole, Erroll Garner - 20 Dynamic Fingers (Alto AL 709).
The King Cole Trio was formed in 1937 in Los Angeles by Nat King Cole. The trio consisted of Nat on piano, Oscar Moore on guitar, and Wesley Prince on double bass. The trio played in Los Angeles throughout the late 1930s and recorded many radio transcriptions. Nat's role was that of piano player and leader of the combo. During World War II, Wesley Prince left the group and Cole replaced him with Johnny Miller. In 1947, Irving Ashby replaced Oscar Moore.
|–King Cole Trio*||This Will Make You Laugh||3:14|
|–King Cole Trio*||Stop! The Red Light's On||2:36|
|–King Cole Trio*||Hit The Ramp||3:20|
|–King Cole Trio*||I Like To Riff||2:45|
|–King Cole Trio*||Call The Police||3:07|
|–King Cole Trio*||Are You Fer It?||3:07|
|–King Cole Trio*||That Ain't Right||3:13|
|–King Cole Trio*||Hit That Jive Jack||2:55|
|–Lester Young Trio||Indiana||4:52|
|–Lester Young Trio||I Can't Get Started||4:52|
|–Lester Young Trio||Tea For Two||4:46|
|–Lester Young Trio||Body And Soul||5:09|
|–King Cole Trio*||Vom, Vim, Veedle||2:57|
|–King Cole Trio*||All For You||3:22|
|–King Cole Trio*||Let's Spring One||2:39|
|–King Cole Trio*||Beautiful Moons Ago||2:22|
|–King Cole Trio*||Pitchin' Up A Boogie||3:07|
|–King Cole Trio*||I'm Lost||3:06|
|–King Cole Trio*||F.S.T. (Fine, Sweet And Tasty)||3:02|
|–King Cole Trio*||My Lips Remember Your Kisses||3:03|
|–King Cole Trio*||Got A Penny||2:32|
|–King Cole Trio*||Let's Pretend||3:12|
|CLASSICS 786||Nat "King" Cole*||1941-1943 (CD, Comp)||Classics||CLASSICS 786||France||1994|
|none||Nat "King" Cole*||In Chronology - 1941-1943 (22xFile, MP3, Comp, 320)||Complete Jazz Series||none||2008|