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Three Little Words - Nat King Cole - L-O-V-E (Vinyl, LP, Album)


Download Three Little Words - Nat King Cole - L-O-V-E (Vinyl, LP, Album)
1965
Label: Capitol Records - T 2195 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: India • Genre: Jazz • Style: Easy Listening


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  1. The album mixes standards from the s and 30s like "Three Little Words" and "Coquette" with then-popular hits like the title track, "More," and "The Girl From Ipanema." There are just enough ballads to keep things from boiling over, and the whole album swings even more than Cole's records with Billy May/5(18).
  2. Jun 25, · As a reminder, here are the songs on this actually pretty decent album: L-O-V-E Recorded 6/3/64 & 12/1,2&3/64 Nat Cole, Vocals Ralph Carmichael, Arranger 1. L-O-V-E 2. The Girl From Ipanema 3. Three Little Words 4. There's Love 5. My Kind Of Girl 6. Thanks To You 7. Your Love 8. More 9. Coquette How I'd Love To Love You Swiss Retreat.
  3. The album mixes standards from the s and 30s like "Three Little Words" and "Coquette" with then-popular hits like the title track, "More," and "The Girl From Ipanema." There are just enough ballads to keep things from boiling over, and the whole album swings even more than Cole's records with Billy May.
  4. 'Let's Face The Music!". Cole's last teaming with his old chum Billy May proved to be one of the hardest-swinging albums of his career, in which he not only swung the hell out of 12 great songs but contributed five solos (the only ones of his career) on electric organ ()!
  5. “L-O-V-E” is a jazz/swing song written by Milt Gabler, composed by Bert Kaempfert, and sung by Nat King Cole. It was originally released on his album L-O-V-E.
  6. Find Nat King Cole discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Nat King Cole discography, albums and singles on AllMusic Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; The King Cole Trio [Capitol] Capitol L-O-V-E: Collectors' Choice Music
  7. Bert Kaempfert and Milt Gabler's bouncy, upbeat song "L-O-V-E" was the B-side of Nat King Cole's Top 40 single "I Don't Want to See Tomorrow" and even grazed the bottom of the singles chart itself, and when it showed signs of international popularity, it became the focus of a full-length Cole LP of the same name, with the rest of the tracks recorded in the first few days .
  8. L-O-V-E Wanderlust Marnie More And More Of Your Amore The Ballad Of Cat Ballou They Can't Make Her Cry How I'd Love To Love You Coquette (Little Coquette) Disc 10 More Your Love My Kind Of Girl Thanks To You There's Love Swiss Retreat The Girl From Ipanema Three Little Words No.

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