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Nat King Cole - Looking Back / Just For The Fun Of It Album

Nat King Cole - Looking Back / Just For The Fun Of It Album

  • Performer: Nat King Cole
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Title: Looking Back / Just For The Fun Of It
  • Released: 1958
  • Label: Capitol Records
  • Catalog: 45-CL 14882
  • Country: UK
  • MP3 version size: 2013 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1337 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 517


1Looking Back
2Just For The Fun Of It


Текст песни: Just for the fun of it Just to be gay You made me care for you Then you went For The Fun Of It - Nat King Cole. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Looking Back. Nat King Cole - Looking Back 1965. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Nat King Cole. Charted at 5 on Billboard Hot 100 in April 1958 and 2 on R&B chart. One of my favorite Nat King Cole records. I always thought it sounded like a Brook. Looking Back is a song written by Brook Benton, Belford Hendricks, and Clyde Otis and performed by Nat King Cole. It reached 2 on the U. R&B chart and 5 on the U. pop chart in 1958. The single's B-side, Do I Like It reached 67 on the U. The song was ranked 31 on Billboard's Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1958. Cole re-released a version of the song in 1965 which reached 27 on the adult contemporary chart and 123 on the U. pop chart. Watch the video for Just for the Fun of It from Nat King Cole's The Ultimate Collection for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. The Ultimate Collection. Nat King Cole March 17th 1919February 15th 1965 was a popular American singer and jazz musician. As a piano player, he formed a jazz trio in 1938 that played Los Angeles nightclubs, one of the first jazz trios featuring guitar and piano. Prior to this he had played music since he was a child and had worked with bands since he was sixteen. He was raised in Chicago and exposed to the abundant jazz scene there. He was heavily influenced by pianist Earl Fatha Hines. Six months after Nat King Cole's untimely death, Capitol Records issued this compilation LP, which did not bode well for its stewardship of his recorded legacy. Nominally speaking, the album was a collection of tracks from the late '50s previously released only on singles and EPs, which would have made it, if a minor Cole collection, nevertheless welcome to fans and collectors