Friday, 29 November 2013

Vinyl Feature: The Best Of Nat King Cole

A beautiful compilation album released in 1968 by the man who put the oo into smooth! It was recorded on the Capitol Records label and on the front cover it says that it is playable on both stereo and mono phonographs, which is very reassuring to know! Hehe!

The LP features a very high quality of recording and my copy is also near mint, meaning that there are no snaps, crackles or pops! Nat King Cole's voice comes across warm, vibrant and full, as smooth as I always remembered him to be.

The back cover has the standard track list but then also a bunch of advertising for other albums released on the Capitol Records label. What were they thinking? ;-)

This was another 10kr album and a great find!

Track List

Side 1
Mona Lisa
Answer Me, My Love
Sweet Lorraine
Too Young

Side 2
Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days Of Summer
I Don't Want To Be Hurt Anymore
Route 66
Dear Lonely Hearts
Ramblin' Rose

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