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The Nat King Cole Story

Nat King Cole

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1.1
Answer Me, My Love
Nat King Cole; Ralph Carmichael
2:54
1.2
Smile
Nat King Cole
2:50
1.3
Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup
Nat King Cole
2:48
1.4
The Sand And The Sea
Nat King Cole
2:40
1.5
If I May
Nat King Cole
2:56
1.6
A Blossom Fell
Nat King Cole; Nelson Riddle
2:40
1.7
To The Ends Of The Earth
Nat King Cole
2:23
1.8
Night Lights
Nat King Cole
2:47
1.9
Ballerina
Nat King Cole; Antonio Morelli
2:40
1.10
Stardust
Nat King Cole; Gordon Jenkins
3:13
1.11
Send For Me
Nat King Cole
2:29
1.12
St. Louis Blues
Nat King Cole; Nelson Riddle
2:36
1.13
Looking Back
Nat King Cole
2:25
1.14
Non Dimenticar (Don't Forget)
Nat King Cole
3:38
1.15
Paradise
Nat King Cole; Gordon Jenkins
3:10
1.16
Oh, Mary, Don't You Weep
Nat King Cole; Gordon Jenkins; The Church Of Deliverence Choir
1:57
1.17
Ay, Cosita Linda
Nat King Cole; Dave Cavanaugh
2:14
1.18
Wild Is Love
Nat King Cole
2:47
1.19
Ramblin' Rose
Nat King Cole
2:45
1.20
Those Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days Of Summer
Nat King Cole; Ralph Carmichael
2:50
Total Playing Time    54:42
The Nat King Cole Story is a 1961 album by Nat King Cole. The album was a retrospective of Cole's recording career, designed to present many of his earlier hits in new recordings featuring stereo sound. Cole is accompanied on the re-recordings by many of the notable arrangers and bands that had appeared with him on the original records. Of particular note is Cole's re-recording of "The Christmas Song". This was Cole's fourth, and final, recording of the song, and also the first version recorded in stereo. This compilation also marks the last time Cole would record with a Trio. In addition to The Christmas Song, referenced above, the album includes Cole's recreations in Stereo of five of his early Trio hits, including "Straighten Up and Fly Right", "Sweet Lorraine", "It's Only a Paper Moon", "Route 66" and "For Sentimental Reasons", in addition to "Orange Colored Sky", a re-recording of a song originally done in 1950 in conjunction with the Stan Kenton Orchestra.
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