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Day In - Day Out - Nat King Cole - The World Of Nat King Cole (CD)

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  1. Hittin’ The Ramp: The Early Years () by Nat King Cole, released 01 November 1. Mutiny in the Nursery (, Standard transcription) 2. F.D.R. Jones (, Standard transcription) 3. The Sheik of Araby (, Standard transcription) 4. The Blue Danube (, Standard transcription) 5. Button, Button (, Standard transcription) 6.
  2. Day In-Day Out Nat King Cole. Album Let’s Face the Music! Day In-Day Out Lyrics. Day in, day out The same old voodoo follows me about The same old pounding in my heart whenever I think of you.
  3. Jan 31,  · by Ray Setterfield. February 15, — Nat King Cole, who died on this day, possessed a unique soft baritone voice which, to use the title of one of his most famous songs, was “Unforgettable”.But despite his talent and huge success as a recording artist his short life was plagued by incidents of racial discrimination.
  4. rows · Nat "King" Cole (March 17th –February 15th ) was a popular American singer .
  5. Nat King Cole was one of the most popular singers ever to hit the American charts. A brilliant recording and concert artist during the 40's, 50's and 60's, he attracted millions of fans around the world with a sensitive and caressing singing voice that was unmistakable.
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  7. Trending price is based on prices over last 90 days. 5 out of 5 stars (1) Total Ratings 1, $ New. After Midnight by Nat King Cole (CD, , Analogue Productions) The World of Nat King Cole by Nat King Cole (CD, Jan, Capitol) out of 5 stars (9) Total Ratings 9, % agree - .
  8. Cole had greater success with concert performances during the late s and early ’60s and twice toured with his own vaudeville-style reviews, The Merry World of Nat King Cole () and Sights and Sounds (). His hits of the early ’60s—“Ramblin’ Rose,” “Those Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer,” and “L-O-V-E”—indicate.

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