Posts Tagged ‘Nat King Cole’

L-O-V-E

December 1, 2018

“L-O-V-E,” written by Bert Kaempfert, an international hit for Nat King Cole. in 1965. The original English lyrics are by Milt Gabler; don’t know who wrote the Japanese ones.

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Blueberry Hill

August 4, 2018

“Blueberry Hill,” written by Vincent Rose (né Vincenzo Cacioppo), with lyrics by Larry Stock and Al Lewis, performed by Nat King Cole and 11-year-old Billy Preston, November 5, 1957. The Nat King Cole Show orchestra was led by Nelson Riddle.

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Route 66

September 4, 2016

“(Get Your Kicks on) Route 66,” written by Bobby Troup in 1946 and recorded the same year by the Nat King Cole Trio. Nat “King” Cole (vocal, piano), Oscar Moore (guitar), Johnny Miller (bass).

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