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King Cole for Kids

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Released  1951
Release date  1951
Genre  Jazz
Artist  Nat King Cole
Label  Capitol Records
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Recorded  August 15, 22 and 27, 1947
King Cole For Kids (1951)  Penthouse Serenade (1952)
Similar  Nat King Cole albums, Jazz albums

King Cole for Kids is an album by jazz pianist Nat King Cole, released by the Capitol Records label.

Contents

The album was recorded on August 15, 22 and 27, 1947, released as a 78 r.p.m. record in 1947, and reissued in 1951 on a 10-inch LP.

78 r.p.m. album (1947)

  1. "Ke-Mo-Ki-Mo (The Magic Song)"
  2. "Old MacDonald Had a Farm"
  3. "(Go To Sleep) My Sleepy Head"
  4. "Nursery Rhymes"
  5. "The Three Trees"
  6. "There's a Train Out For Dreamland"

10 inch LP (1951)

  1. "Ke-Mo-Ki-Mo (The Magic Song)"
  2. "Old MacDonald Had a Farm"
  3. "(Go To Sleep) My Sleepy Head"
  4. "Nursery Rhymes"
  5. "The Three Trees"
  6. "There's a Train Out For Dreamland"
  7. "Three Blind Mice"
  8. "I Wanna Be a Friend of Yours"

Personnel

  • Nat King Cole – piano, arranger, celesta
  • Oscar Moore – guitar
  • Johnny Miller – double bass
  • Pinto Colvig – sound effects
  • Frank DeVol – arranger on tracks 3 and 6
  • References

    King Cole for Kids Wikipedia


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