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Nat King Cole Trio - I Was A Little Too Lonely (1947-1956) FLAC

Nat King Cole Trio - I Was A Little Too Lonely (1947-1956) FLAC
Performer:
Nat King Cole Trio
Album:
I Was A Little Too Lonely (1947-1956)
Style:
Easy Listening, Swing
Released:
1998
Country:
Romania
Label:
A&A Records
Catalog:
53163-4, MC 53163
FLAC size:
2902 mb
MP3 size:
1874 mb
WMA size:
2897 mb


Tracklist


1Blame It On My Youth4:10
2For You My Love2:25
3Baby Won't You Say You Love Me2:59
4I Was A Little Too Lonely And You Were A Little Too Late3:00
5The Greatest Inventor Of Them All2:18
6My Baby Just Cares For Me2:47
7You Can't Lose A Broken Heart3:00
8Save The Bones For Henry Jones ('Cause Henry Don't Eat No Meat)2:40
9I Almost Lost My Mind3:02
10Candy3:53
11Can I Come In For A Second2:50
12My Baby Likes To Be-Bop (And I Like To Be-Bop Too)2:27
13Mule Train2:55
14Old Mac Donald Had A Farm2:42
15You Can Depend On me3:53
16What Is There To Say3:35
17I'll Never Say "Never Again" Again2:49
18Sometimes I'm Happy4:10
19The Lighthouse In The Sky2:38
20Two Loves Have I2:46


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CD 53163The Nat King Cole Trio 1947-1956 ‎(CD, Comp)Giants Of JazzCD 531631998


Companies


  • Licensed From – SAAR
  • Manufactured By – A&A Records
  • Marketed By – A&A Records
  • Distributed By – A&A Records
  • Designed At – Atelier
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Alma Artex
  • Copyright (c) – Alma Artex


Album


2008 г. Nat King Cole I Was A Little Too Lonely. Nat King Cole. 20 tracks 60:50. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with 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. Originally recorded and released in sets of 78 . records between 194449, they were reissued in 1950 on 10-inch LPs. The original releases of Volume 3 as 78 . record album and Volume 4 as 78 record album and as 45 . record box set only contained 6 songs 3 records per set. The King Cole Trio. Features Song Lyrics for The Nat King Cole Trio's 1947-1956 album. I Was a Little Too Lonely and You Were a Little Too Late Lyrics. Candy Lyrics. The Nat King Cole Trio Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review. Nursery Rhymes Mary Had A Little Lamb. Written-By Traditional. Capitol Studios, L. September 14, 1956. Don't Let It Go To Your Head. I Was A Little Too Lonely And You Were A Little Too Late. Written-By Livingston - Evans. September 21, 1956. Listen to all tracks of I Was A Little Too Lonely 1947-1956 for free. Two Loves Have I - The Nat King Cole Trio. Candy - The Nat King Cole Trio. You Can Depend On me - The Nat King Cole Trio. Sometimes I'm Happy - The Nat King Cole Trio. What Is There To Say - The Nat King Cole Trio. My Baby Just Cares For Me - The Nat King Cole Trio. Can I Come In For A Second - The Nat King Cole Trio. Blame It On My Youth - The Nat King Cole Trio. Mule Train - The Nat King Cole Trio. For You My Love - The Nat King Cole Trio. I Almost Lost My Mind - The Nat King Cole Trio. I'll Never Say Never Again Again - The Nat King Cole Trio. Nat King Cole - Too Little, Too Late. Nat King Cole - I Surrender Dear Alternate Take, Bonus Track. Nat King Cole - Too Young. Nat King Cole - I Was Doing Allright. After Midnight. Capitol, Blue Note. Stepping out of a Dream. Hear Music. Nat King Cole Trio. The Complete Capitol Recordings of the Nat King Cole Trio. I Was a Little Too Lonely and You Were a Little Too Late. alto saxophone: Willie Smith US jazz alto saxophonist, 1910-1967. Johnny Miller part of the Nat King Cole Trio tracks 17, 1920. alto saxophone: Willie Smith US jazz alto saxophonist, 1910-1967 track 1. Album: At the Movies, 1993. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group. I Was A Little Too Lonely And You Were A Little Too Late Nat King Cole. After Midnight: The Complete Session. 1999 Capitol Records, LLC. Associated Performer, Piano, Vocals: Nat King Cole Associated Performer, Alto Saxophone: Willie Smith Associated Performer, Guitar: John Collins Associated Performer, Bass: Charlie Harris Associated Performer, Drums: Lee Young Producer: Lee Gillette Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Ron McMaster Composer: Ray Evans Composer: Jerry Livingston