℗ 2021 Capitol Records; A Capitol Records Release
 

Penthouse Serenade

Nat King Cole

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1.1
Penthouse Serenade (When We're Alone / Remastered)
Nat King Cole
3:05
1.2
Somebody Loves Me (Remastered)
Nat King Cole
3:01
1.3
Laura (Remastered)
Nat King Cole
2:42
1.4
Once In A Blue Moon (Remastered)
Nat King Cole
2:55
1.5
Polka Dots And Moonbeams (Remastered)
Nat King Cole
3:02
1.6
Down By The Old Mill Stream (Remastered)
Nat King Cole
2:18
1.7
If I Should Lose You (Remastered)
Nat King Cole
3:10
1.8
Rose Room (Remastered)
Nat King Cole
2:45
1.9
I Surrender, Dear (Remastered)
Nat King Cole
2:50
1.10
It Could Happen To You (Remastered)
Nat King Cole
2:45
1.11
Don't Blame Me (Remastered)
Nat King Cole
3:01
1.12
Little Girl (Remastered)
Nat King Cole
1:48
Total Playing Time    33:22
Penthouse Serenade is an instrumental jazz quartet album by Nat King Cole. It was released initially as a 10-inch LP in September, 1952, on Capitol Records. This 2021 release brings a brand new remaster of the album to modern audiences!
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Capitol Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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