℗ ℗ 1965 Everest Records
 

An Orchestral Portrait of Nat King Cole

Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra

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1.1
Straighten up and Fly Right
Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra
2:44
1.2
Too Young
Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra
2:57
1.3
It's Only a Paper Moon
Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra
3:01
1.4
Nature Boy
Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra
2:40
1.5
Walkin' My Baby Back Home
Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra
2:38
1.6
Mona Lisa
Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra
3:02
1.7
Night Lights
Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra
2:36
1.8
Pretend
Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra
2:55
1.9
Ballerina
Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra
2:38
1.10
Sweet Lorraine
Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra
3:08
1.11
Ramblin' Rose
Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra
2:37
1.12
The Christmas Song
Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra
2:58
Total Playing Time    33:54
An Orchestral Portrait of Nat "King" Cole is an album by American composer and arranger Nelson Riddle of music associated with the singer and pianist Nat King Cole. The album was released a year after Cole's death in 1965; Riddle had previously arranged several of Cole's albums.

This digital release is restored from the original Everest master tapes.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Everest Records Studio Masters

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

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