All for You (A Dedication to the Nat King Cole Trio) is the third album by Canadian jazz pianist and vocalist Diana Krall, released in 1996 (see 1996 in music) by GRP Records, Inc.
A Tribute to the Great Nat "King" Cole is a tribute album released by Marvin Gaye on the Tamla (Motown) label on November 1, 1965, dedicated to his idol, late jazz/R&B performer Nat "King" Cole.
Love Is the Thing is a 1957 album released by American jazz vocalist Nat King Cole. It is the first of four collaborations between Cole and influential arranger Gordon Jenkins. Launching the charting single "Stardust", which peaked at #79, the album reached #1 on Billboard's "Pop Albums" chart and tied at #1 on the UK Charts with the soundtrack for the 1956 film The King and I. According to the records of the RIAA, the album achieved gold status in 1960 and broke platinum in 1992.
Ballads of the Day is an original jazz compilation by Nat King Cole. It released in 1956. The album reached a peak position of number 16 on the Billboard 200.
L-O-V-E is a 1965 album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Ralph Carmichael.
Ramblin' Rose is a Nat King Cole album. It was released by Capitol Records in 1962, and features the popular title track.
Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days of Summer is a 1963 album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Ralph Carmichael.
The Beautiful Ballads is a 1967 posthumous album of recordings by Nat King Cole. The album was issued after the singer's death by Capitol Records collecting recordings which had not previously been available in LP form. Most of the tracks were previously released as single A-sides or B-sides.
To Whom It May Concern is a 1959 album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Nelson Riddle.
Nat King Cole at the Piano is the first studio album by jazz pianist Nat King Cole, released by Capitol in 1950.
Tell Me All About Yourself is a 1960 album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Dave Cavanaugh.
The Touch of Your Lips is a 1961 album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Ralph Carmichael.
The Very Thought of You is a 1958 album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Gordon Jenkins.
I Don't Want to Be Hurt Anymore is a 1964 studio album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Ralph Carmichael.
A Mis Amigos is a 1959 studio album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Dave Cavanaugh and recorded in Rio de Janeiro.
Inspiration: A Tribute to Nat King Cole is a studio album by George Benson. The album was released by Concord Jazz on June 4, 2013. It peaked at #89 on the Billboard album chart.
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.
Harvest Of Hits is an original jazz compilation by Nat King Cole released by Capitol Records in 1952. Both a 10 inch (33-1/3rpm) LP version containing 8 tracks, and a 6 track boxed set of three 7 inch (45rpm) discs was released.
After Midnight is a 1957 jazz album by "Nat King Cole and his trio" on Capitol Records. It peaked at No. 13 on the U.S. Billboard Pop Albums chart.
St. Louis Blues is a 1958 album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Nelson Riddle. St. Louis Blues was the soundtrack to the film of the same name that starred Cole.
More Cole Español is a 1962 studio album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Ralph Carmichael and recorded in Mexico City.
Top Pops is an original jazz compilation by Nat King Cole. It was released initially as 8 Top Pops in the 10 inch Capitol Records' LP format in 1952. An expanded (12 track) version was reissued in 1955 in a 12 inch LP format as Top Pops. 4 additional 'bonus' tracks were added to later CD reissues.
Penthouse Serenade is an instrumental jazz quartet album by Nat King Cole. It was released initially as a 10 inch LP in September, 1952, on Capitol Records. An expanded (12 track) version was reissued in 1955 and a 19 track version (13-19 being vocal tracks) was reissued in 1998.
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