The Nat King Cole Trio - After Midnight, Part 3 album download
This is one part of a four-part album. Factories: Scranton, PA - Los Angeles, Calif.
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.
After Midnight (Nat King Cole album). It peaked at on the . Billboard Pop Albums chart. Initially, the album was released in a 33rpm LP version as well as in a set of four (7 inch) 45rpm discs.
Ballads of the Day, released in mid-1957, is Nat King Cole's twelfth studio album. This album, arranged by Nelson Riddle, features a few re-recordings of songs that were associated with Cole such as "Route 66" and "Sweet Lorraine. After Midnight also introduced several new songs for Cole as well. The tracks featured in this album were quite favorable, making the album peak at 16 on the Billboard charts.
Album · 1992 · 349 Songs. Part of Me (1993 Digital Remaster). 6. What Have You Got In Those Eyes (1993 Digital Remaster). 7. Top Hat Bop (1993 Digital Remaster). Mule Train (1992 Digital Remaster). The Nat "King" Cole Trio & Woody Herman. 19. My Baby Just Cares For Me (1992 Digital Remaster). 20. For You My Love (1992 Digital Remaster).
Nat King Cole - Sometimes I'm Happy (1956). Classic Mood Experience The best masterpieces ever recorded in the music history. Nat King Cole - Just You, Just Me (1956). Nat King Cole - When I Grow Too Old to Dream (1956). ru All rights are reserved by their respective owners, authors, composers, performers. On this site you can find any kind of music except for MP3 download. Here you can not download free music in mp3 or listen online.
Dinner Ambiance Reminiscing Romantic Evening Sunday Afternoon. Nat King Cole, Nat King Cole Trio. The Best of the Nat King Cole Trio: The Vocal Classics, Vol. 1 (1942-1946).
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NotesThis is one part of a four-part album. Manufactured by Capitol Records Inc. Made in U.S.A. Factories: Scranton, PA - Los Angeles, Calif.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): F3-782-D1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): F6-782-D2
|EAP B-782||The Nat King Cole Trio||After Midnight, Part 3 (7", EP)||Capitol Records||EAP B-782||Netherlands||Unknown|
|EAP-3-782||The Nat King Cole Trio||After Midnight Part 3 (7", EP, Mono)||Capitol Records||EAP-3-782||UK||1956|
|F3-782, F6-782||Nat 'King' Cole And His Trio*||After Midnight (7", EP)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||F3-782, F6-782||US||1957|
|EAP 3-782||Nat "King" Cole And His Trio*||After Midnight (7", EP)||Capitol Records||EAP 3-782||France||1957|
|EAP 3-782, EAP3-782||Nat 'King' Cole And His Trio*||After Midnight (7", EP)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||EAP 3-782, EAP3-782||Norway||1957|