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Nat King Cole At The Sands

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Nat King Cole

Label: Capitol Records
Released: 2002
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Track Listing

Ballerina; Funny (Not Much); The Continental; I Wish You Love; You Leave Me Breathless; Thou Swell; My Kinda Love; The Surrey With the Fringe on Top; Where or When; Miss Otis Regrets (She?s Unable to Lunch Today); Joe Turner Blues; Mr. Cole Won?t Rock ?n? Roll; In a Mellow Tone; Whatcha? Gonna Do.

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Nat King Cole- vocals, piano on ?Where or When,? ?In a Mellow Tone? and ?Whatcha? Gonna Do;? John Collins- guitar; Charlie Harris- bass; Lee Young- drums; Orchestra conducted by Antonio Morelli.


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