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Nat 'King' Cole - Sings St. Louis Blues album flac

Nat 'King' Cole - Sings St. Louis Blues album flac Performer: Nat 'King' Cole
Title: Sings St. Louis Blues
Style: Louisiana Blues, Big Band
Released: 1965
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1368 mb
FLAC album: 1349 mb
Rating: 4.2
Genre: Jazz / Blues

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. The Billboard album chart placed the disc at a peak position of Overture (Introducing Love Theme)/"Hesitating Blues" – 3:08. Harlem Blues" – 1:51. Chantez Les Bas" – 2:35. Friendless Blues" (Mercedes Gilbert) – 3:15. Stay" (Andy Razaf) – 2:37. Joe Turner's Blues" (Walter Hirsch) – 2:40. Beale Street Blues" – 2:56.

Love Is the Thing, is Nat King Cole's fifteenth studio album. It was released in August of 1958. This album, arranged by Nelson Riddle, was a compilation of songs from the soundtrack of the 1958 film Nat King Cole starred in. Overture (Introducing Love Theme)/"Hesitating Blues" (Nelson Riddle) – 3:08. Chantez Les Bas" (. Friendless Blues" (Mercedes Gilbert, . Stay" (Andy Razaf, .

Tracklist: 1. Harlem Blues, 2. Chantez Les Bas, 3. Friendless Blues, 4. Stay, 5. Joe Turner’s Blues, 6. Beale Street Blues, 7. Careless Love, 8. Morning Star, 9. Memphis Blues, 10. Yellow Dog Blues, 11. Louis Blues. 5. Joe Turner’s Blues. 6. Beale Street Blues. 10. Yellow Dog Blues. More albums from Nat King Cole: The Greatest Of Nat King Cole by Nat King Cole. More Cole Español by Nat King Cole. Love Is The Thing by Nat King Cole. Melody Mile by Nat King Cole.

St Louis Blues" – 2:27. All music and lyrics by WC Handy, other lyricists indicated Overture written by Nelson Riddle. Nat King Cole – vocal. Nelson Riddle – arranger, conductor. "Songwriters Hall of Fame - WC Handy Detailed Song List" eorg. Nat King Cole at the Piano. Nat King Cole Sings for Two in Love. The Piano Style of Nat King Cole. Just One of Those Things.

Particularly smooth vocals by Nat "King" Cole were aptly backed by resourceful orchestrations from Nelson Riddle. from the landmark laments of "St. Louis Blues" and the loving appreciation of "Morning Star" on through to the colloquial rag of "Joe Turner's Blues," the varied facets of W. C. Handy's songs were given a lastingly freshened interpretation.


A1 Joe Turner's Blues
A2 Friendless Blues
A3 Harlem Blues
A4 Chantez Les Bas
A5 Stay
A6 Beale Street Blues
B1 St. Louis Blues
B2 Hesitating Blues
B3 Memphis Blues
B4 Yellow Dog Blues
B5 Morning Star
B6 Careless Love


  • Arranged By, Conductor – Nelson Riddle


This tape is recorded at a speed of 3 3/4 i.p.s and a characteristic of 120 microseconds

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SW 1929 Nat 'King' Cole* Sings The Blues ‎(LP, RE) Capitol Records SW 1929 UK 1963
W 1929 Nat King Cole Sings The Blues ‎(LP, Mono, RE) Capitol Records W 1929 US Unknown
WM 1713 Nat 'King' Cole* Sings The Blues ‎(LP, RE) Capitol Records WM 1713 Mexico 1963
CDP 7243 8 32162 2 2 Nat 'King' Cole* St. Louis Blues ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records CDP 7243 8 32162 2 2 US Unknown
N 9524 Nat King Cole Nat King Cole Sings the Blues ‎(LP, Album) Number One Records N 9524 South Africa Unknown