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We love all the music, but as you've probably noticed we're partial to the hard bop Blue Note classics from the 1950s to 1970s. One of the gems from the archive.

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Sweet Lorraine

Nat King Cole/Coleman Hawkins
with the Oscar Peterson Trio

 
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"The Nat King Cole Show,"
1957

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Composed by Cliff Burwell and published in 1928, “Sweet Lorraine” has since become a jazz standard. It would later receive covers from Louis Armstrong, Art Tatum and Chet Baker.

Singing great Nat King Cole is the father of successful singer Natalie Cole.

Personnel:

Nat King Cole, vocals
Coleman Hawkins, tenor saxophone
Oscar Peterson, piano
Herb Ellis, guitar
Ray Brown, bass



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