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Ramblin' Rose

Nat King Cole

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1.1
Ramblin' Rose
Nat King Cole; Belford Hendricks
2:45
1.2
Wolverton Mountain
Nat King Cole
3:03
1.3
Twilight On The Trail
Nat King Cole
2:51
1.4
I Don't Want It That Way
Nat King Cole
1:57
1.5
He'll Have To Go
Nat King Cole
2:25
1.6
When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You)
Nat King Cole; Belford Hendricks
2:42
1.7
Goodnight, Irene, Goodnight
Nat King Cole
3:08
1.8
Your Cheatin' Heart
Nat King Cole
2:25
1.9
One Has My Name, The Other Has My Heart
Nat King Cole
2:18
1.10
Skip To My Lou
Nat King Cole
2:00
1.11
The Good Times
Nat King Cole
2:44
1.12
Sing Another Song (And We'll All Go Home)
Nat King Cole
2:19
Total Playing Time    30:37
Ramblin' Rose is a Nat King Cole album. It was released by Capitol Records in 1962, and features the popular title track. The LP peaked at #3 on Billboards album chart where it remained for more than a year. It was Nat's second gold album.
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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