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9 thoughts on “ F.S.T. (Fine,Sweet And Tasty) - Nat King Cole And The King Cole Trio* - Golden Years 1943-1946 (CD)

  1. * Savoy SJL Various Artists - The Changing Face Of Harlem, Volume Two: An Anthology * Savoy SJL Nat King Cole And The King Cole Trio * Ammor ; Varsity ; Savoy King Cole - I Like To Riff / On The Sunny Side Of The Street * Ammor King Cole - Black Spider Stomp / By The River Sainte Marie. King Cole's Swingsters. Nat King Cole, piano, vocals; Oscar Moore, guitar; Wesley.
  2. F.S.T.(Fine,Sweet and Tasty) THE GOLDEN YEARS OF NAT KING COLE AND HIS TRIO THE GOLDEN YEARS OF NAT KING COLE AND HIS TRIO.
  3. The main focus of this collection, which Stardust assembled in , is the lesser-known recordings of the drumless Nat King Cole Trio, which included Cole on vocals and piano, Oscar Moore on guitar, and Johnny Miller on bass. (Wesley Prince was the trio's original bassist, and bass dynamo Red Callender was briefly on board after Prince and before Miller.) Golden Years: isn.
  4. Nat King Cole Nathaniel Adams Coles (March 17, – February 15, ), known professionally as Nat King Cole, was a musician who first came to prominence as a leading jazz pianist. He owes most of his popular musical fame to his soft baritone voice, which he used to perform in big band and jazz genres.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Nat King Cole Collection [Music & Melody] - Nat King Cole on AllMusic -
  6. The Complete Capitol Recordings Of The Nat King Cole Trio (Mosaic MR) Nat King Cole, piano, vocals; Oscar Moore, guitar; Red Callender, bass. C.P. MacGregor Studios, Los Angeles, CA, October 11, .
  7. Golden Years Nat King Cole Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 1 rating. An outstanding compilation of songs by the King Cole Trio (Nat Cole, piano and vocals; Oscar Moore, guitar; and Johnny Miller, bass) prior to signing with Capitol Records in November that led to 5/5(1).
  8. May 25,  · The singles the Nat King Cole trio recorded for Decca are good, and there's a quite a variety songs—uptempo numbers like Babs, Stop the Red Light's On, and Hit that Jive Jack; novelty items (these are the weakest, imho, although sometimes funny) like Call the Police (complete with siren to catch the guy who stole his girl); bluesy numbers like Slow Down and That Ain't Right, and.
  9. Nat King Cole And The King Cole Trio Golden Years It's hard to go wrong buying a Nat King Cole recording—nearly every one of his songs is a gem. The only problem is that many of his early recordings are muffled and scratchy.

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