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9 thoughts on “ La Golondrina - Nat King Cole - More Cole Español (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Sep 09,  · More Cole Español was Nat King Cole’s third album of songs sung in Spanish, following Cole Español () and A Mis Amigos (). Recorded in Mexico City with Mexican singers and musicians, but arranged and conducted by Ralph Carmichael, the collection demonstrated that Cole had made significant advances as a singer in Spanish in a few years.
  2. The Nat King Cole Story; The King Cole Trio; The King Cole Trio Volume 3; Penthouse Serenade; Unforgettable; Sings For Two In Love; After Midnight; The Piano Style of Nat King Cole; Just One Of Those Things; Love Is The Thing; Cole Español; St. Louis Blues; The Very Thought Of You.
  3. Lyrics to La Golondrina (The Swallow) by Nat King Cole from the Cole Español and More, Vol. 2 album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  4. May 19,  · 'More Cole Español was Nat King Cole's third album of songs sung in Spanish, after Cole Español () and A Mis Amigos (). Recorded in Mexico City with Mexican singers and musicians, but arranged and conducted by Ralph Carmichael, the collection demonstrated that Cole had made significant advances as a singer in Spanish in a few years.
  5. This excellent CD has the songs from two of Nat "King" Cole's record albums, Cole Español and More Cole Español. These songs get the royal treatment from Nat; he makes them shine and that's grand. The quality of the sound is very good and the artwork incorporates the original artwork from the record album cardboard jackets/5(11).
  6. nat king cole those lazy-hazy-crazy days of summer vinyl lp capitol records $ NAT KING COLE RAMBLIN' ROSE VINYL LP CAPITOL .
  7. Welcome to the Club is a album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Dave Cavanaugh. Cole is accompanied by an uncredited Count Basie Orchestra, without Count Basie himself. Welcome to the Club was chosen as one of Billboard magazine's 'Spotlight Winners of the Week' upon its release in February /5(1).
  8. Nat King Cole recorded three albums of songs sung in Spanish, Cole Español (), A Mis Amigos (), and More Cole Español (). In , Capitol Records reissued this material on two collections confusingly called Cole Español and More, Vol. 1 and Cole Español and More, Vol. stopavenatalitlecoheatamdawil.coinfo second volume begins with ten of the 12 tracks from the More Cole Español LP.
  9. "More Cole Español was Nat King Cole's third album of songs sung in Spanish, after Cole Español () and A Mis Amigos (). Recorded in Mexico City with Mexican singers and musicians, but arranged and conducted by Ralph Carmichael, the collection demonstrated that Cole had made significant advances as a singer in Spanish in a few years.

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