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  1. Mashura

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    Nat King Cole Sings for Two in Love was Nat King Cole’s first album made specifically for the new 12″ LP format. Like Frank Sinatra, with whom he shared a record company and a conductor, Cole made a thematic album with Sings for Two in Love, in this case a set of 12 romantic ballads. But they aren’t actually all for “two in love.”.
  2. Samubei

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    Titled 'Sings For Two In Love (and More)' in its reissue, this is Nat King Cole the great ballad vocalist most folks associate him as being, accompanied by arranger extraordinaire Nelson Riddle, and contains superb examples of the craft. It is therefore a very popular CD.
  3. Voodookus

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    A1: Love Is Here To Stay: A2: A Handful Of Stars: A3: This Can't Be Love: A4: A Little Street Where Old Friends Meet.
  4. Voodootaur

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    Nat King Cole – Almost Like Being In Love Lyrics from album: Sings For Two In Love () (words & music by lerner & loewe) This lyrics are like performed by natalie cole.
  5. Maran

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    Nat King Cole - Sings Ballads Of The Day Vinyl LP - new / sealed. $ Almost gone. Nat King Cole THE CHRISTMAS SONG (DOSMB) Music LIMITED New Colored Vinyl LP NAT KING COLE LOVE IS THE THING DCC LPZ LTD # FRANK SINATRA RAY CHARLES. $ Genre: Jazz UNFORGETTABLE NAT KING COLE VINYL LP ALBUM CAPITOL/ THE STARLINE.
  6. Maukus

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    Amazing album by one of my favorite singers of all time. Just not happy that it was not disclosed that it does not have the original artwork. Comes with a generic cover with Nat King Cole's picture as opposed to the original cover art. I'm a stickler for things like that /5(20).
  7. Fenrisho

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    Why, it's almost like being in love There's a smile on my face For the whole human race Why, it's almost like being in love All the music of life seems to be Like a bell that is ringing for me And from the way that I feel When that bell starts to peal I would swear I was falling I could swear I was falling It's almost like being in love.
  8. Gardataxe

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    A dream of a collaboration – the great Nat King Cole in his prime, getting some mighty hip bac king s from the equally great Quincy Jones – who gives Nat a jazzy push that he wasn't always getting on his Capitol Records sessions of the time! The performance was recorded live in Paris on the same tour that has given us a few other rare Cole / Jones collaborations – but this one may.

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