Nat King Cole And His Trio – Harvest Of Hits. Format: Vinyl, LP, 10", Album. recording A1, B3: . Matrix, Runout (Stamped Runout Side A): M3-151668 H-213-Y7. Matrix, Runout (Stamped Runout Side B): M3-151664 H-213-Z5. Rights Society: Biem.
These were Cole's debut recordings. Originally recorded and released in sets of 78 . records between 1944–49, they were reissued in 1950 on 10-inch LPs. The original releases of Volume 3 (as 78 . record album) and Volume 4 (as 78 . m record album and as 45 . record box set) only contained 6 songs (3 records per set).
Harvest of Hits is Nat King Cole's first compilation album. This album is a compilation album of Nat King Cole's "hits" from his "King Cole Trio" series of albums. The album was originally released on a 10" LP format, but was also released on a set of three 7" discs. This latter release cut the two tracks "Lush Life" and "Kee-mo Ky-mo" from the release. Straighten Up and Fly Right" (Cole, Mills). You Call It Madness (But I Call It Love)" (Conrad, DuBois, Columbo, Gregory).
The King Cole Quintette.
This article contains a list of albums by Nat King Cole and compilations of his recordings, together with a list of his chart singles. Volumes 1-4 released as separate booklets in 10" format. Booklet Volumes 1 and 2 contain 4 shellac records. Booklet Volumes 3 and 4 contain 3 shellac records. Volume 4 is also issued in a box set of three 45-rpm records. 1945 The King Cole Trio. Harvest of Hits Nat King Cole and his Trio (Artist) Format: Vinyl. Harvest of Hits was a good comp for a person of 1952 "catching up" with highlights of Nat's pre-pop-vocalist career as leader of The King Cole Trio and emerging vocalist. It may have well pleased the long-time Nat Cole fan as well as establishing his existing legacy to Nat.
Bookended by Cole's original version of "Unforgettable" and his posthumous duet with daughter Natalie, this collection provides an ideal introduction to-or a stirring reminder of-Nat "King" Cole's legacy. This is a great album from the man with the velvet voice.
Music fans born after 1960 are less likely to be aware that Nat King Cole began his career as an influential jazz pianist, so much so that the great Art Tatum and the up-and-coming Oscar Peterson formed trios similar to Cole's.
|A1|| Straighten Up And Fly Right
Written-By – Irving Mills, Nat King Cole
|A2|| You Call It Madness (But I Call It Love)
Written-By – Conrad*, Dubois*, Gregory*, Columbo*
|A3||(Get Your Kicks) On Route 66
Written-By – Bobby Troup
Written-By – Billy Strayhorn
|B1||Kee-Mo Ky-Mo (The Magic Song)
Written-By – Bob Hilliard, Roy Alfred
|B2||Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You
Written-By – Andy Razaf, Don Redman
|B3||The Frim Fram Sauce
Written-By – Joe Ricardel, Redd Evans
Conductor – Frank De VolWritten-By – Eden Ahbez
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