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8 Responses to Nat King Cole And The Nat King Cole Trio* - Nat King Cole And The Nat King Cole Trio (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Vira says:
    Music fans born after are less likely to be aware that Nat King Cole began his career as an influential jazz pianist, so much so that the great Art Tatum and the up-and-coming Oscar Peterson formed trios similar to Cole's. What this comprehensive limited-edition boxed set does is put all of Cole's jazz trio recordings, including later groups that added a conga player, selected tracks from.
  2. Magal says:
    The King Cole Trio is a series of albums by jazz pianist Nat King Cole's King Cole Trio released by the Capitol Records label. These were Cole's debut recordings. These were Cole's debut recordings. Originally recorded and released in sets of 78 r.p.m. records between –49, they were reissued in on inch LPs.
  3. Ferr says:
    The trio placed another four titles in the black chart during , and Capitol released its debut album, The King Cole Trio (catalog number BD-8) that fall. The collection of four 78 rpm discs contained eight tracks, only three of them featuring Cole vocals.
  4. Tokasa says:
    The selections of Nat King Cole Trio performances are unparalleled. Recently, I was on a trip and listening to a Jazz format radio station while spending some time on the road. The station was playing this entire box set over a month-long period and the DJ couldn't say enough good things about the set/5(3).
  5. Kajisho says:
    Aug 12,  · The first LP paradoxically offers alto sax, tenor, trumpet and drums in a seven piece with the focus on Nat’s piano and the three horns. The rest of LPs 1 & 2 are Cole trios with his regular bass and guitar men. Standards such as Blue Skies, Don’t Blame Me and Undecided receive the Cole benediction at varying tempi.4/5(1).
  6. Mojora says:
    Cole is remembered best as a balladeer surrounded by strings, but this collection harkens back to the years to , when Nat part of the now less well-known King Cole Trio. Cole was the swinging small combo's leader, arranger, vocalist and pianist - in fact, he was one of the finest jazz pianists of his generation - one of the few who 3/5(1).
  7. Zulkree says:
    Cole grew up in Chicago, where, by age 12, he sang and played organ in the church where his father was pastor. He formed his first jazz group, the Royal Dukes, five years later. In , after touring with a black musical revue, he began playing in jazz clubs in Los siotanitipersnumbsearpemamissbronsilk.coinfo he formed the King Cole Trio (originally King Cole and His Swingsters), with guitarist Oscar Moore (later replaced.
  8. Vudoll says:
    I grew up hearing my Dad's Nat King Cole records in the 60's, complete with strings and syrupy back up singers: Think "Ramblin' Rose". If that's what you're looking for, you're in the wrong place. This is a young man at his peak and as tight a jazz trio as you will ever hear/5(11).

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