Jerry Vale entered the studio with arranger/conductor Al Capps in November of 1971 to record a tribute album to Nat "King" Cole. Over the course of three days, they cut a number of songs, which were eventually released as the 11-track album Jerry Vale Sings the Great Hits of Nat King Cole. Although Vale was past his prime at the time the record was released in 1972, it remained one of his better album projects. Capps' arrangements may have been a little syrupy, but appealingly so, and Vale remained in good voice. And, of course, there are the songs - the vocalist, producer and.
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L-O-V-E (Nat King Cole album). L-O-V-E is the final studio album by the American singer Nat King Cole. It was arranged by Ralph Carmichael. L-O-V-E was Cole's last album, and was released shortly before his death in February 1965. The songs "The Girl from Ipanema", "My Kind of Girl" and "More (Theme From Mondo Cane)" were recorded December 1–3, 1964, shortly after Cole's diagnosis with lung cancer, and were the last recordings he made
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|C 31147||Jerry Vale||Sings The Greatest Hits Of Nat King Cole (LP)||Columbia||C 31147||US||1971|