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.
14: Mel Tormé (1925-1999). Once described by noted singer/actress Ethel Waters as the only white man who sings with the soul of a black man, Chicago-born Tormé was a precociously talented juvenile actor, drummer and singer who wrote his first song aged 13, in 1938. His first hit, ‘Lament To Love’, recorded by big-band maestro Tommy James, came three years later. Originating from Albany, Georgia, Ray Charles Robinson had lost his sight by the time he was seven, but grew to become one of the most accomplished musicians of his generation. Though he fell deeply under the spell of singers Nat King Cole and Charles Brown, he was eventually able to shrug off their influence and find his own voice. He came on the radar of many Americans during the late 50s when he controversially merged the spirituality of gospel music with the sensuality of the blues, creating a unique hybrid style.
Nat King Cole, Nathaniel Adams Coles March 17, 1919 – February 15, 1965, known professionally as Nat King Cole, was an American singer who first came to p.
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The Christmas Song written by Mel Torme is probably the greatest easy-listening Christmas song ever written. However, the version listed here is not composer's own; it's an early Nat King Cole recording. The Christmas Song written by Mel Torme is probably the greatest easy-listening Christmas song ever written. Melvin Howard Tormé (1925–1999) was born to immigrant Russian Jewish parents whose name had been Torma. A child prodigy, he first sang professionally at 4 with the Coon-Sanders Orchestra, singing "You're Driving Me Crazy," at Chicago's Blackhawk restaurant. 1933-41, he acted in the network radio serials "The Romance of Helen Trent" and "Jack Armstrong, the All-American Bo. He wrote his first song at 13 and three years later, his first published song, "Lament to Love," became a hit recording for Harry James.
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Nat King Cole was way before his time. Too bad he passed away so soon. I just want to hear Nat King Cole singing however I can get him. And Andy Williams, And Frank Sinatra, And Perry Como, And Bing Crosby, and Tony Bennett and others who slip my mind right now. I've been shopping for them all on CDs to replace my old worn out things.
|A2||–Billy Daniels||Can't Get Out Of This Mood|
|A3||–Mel Tormé||I've Got The World On A String|
|A4||–Mel Tormé||Don't Worry About Me|
|B2||–Ray Charles||Blues Before Sunrise|
|B3||–Ray Charles||Can Anyone Ask For More?|
|B4||–Nat King Cole||I'm Lost|
|B5||–Frankie Laine||Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams|
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