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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
This CD has many of Cole's most interesting Capitol dates away from his trio. The great jazz pianist is heard with the 1947 Metronome All-Stars, jamming with the all-star Capitol International Jazzmen, backing the straight vocals of Jo Stafford, and collaborating with Nellie Lutcher, Woody Herman on a remarkable version of "Mule Train", and Johnny Mercer highlighted by the joyful "Save the Bones for Henry Jones". This colorful set is highly recommended.
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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
This CD has many of Cole's most interesting Capitol dates away from his trio. The great jazz pianist is heard with the 1947 Metronome All-Stars, jamming with the all-star Capitol International Jazzmen, backing the straight vocals of Jo Stafford, and collaborating with Nellie Lutcher, Woody Herman on a remarkable version of "Mule Train", and Johnny Mercer highlighted by the joyful "Save the Bones for Henry Jones". This colorful set is highly recommended.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/21/1992
  • Label: Blue Note Records
  • UPC: 077779669325
  • Catalog Number: 96693

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Nat King Cole Primary Artist, Piano, Vocals
Jo Stafford Vocals
Kay Starr Vocals
Buster Bailey Clarinet
Charlie Barnet Tenor Saxophone
Billy Bauer Guitar
Buddy Childers Trumpet
Bill Coleman Trumpet
Bob Cooper Tenor Saxophone
Buddy DeFranco Clarinet
Dizzy Gillespie Trumpet
Bill Harris Trombone
Woody Herman Vocals
John Kirby Bass
Shelly Manne Drums
Art Pepper Alto Saxophone
Flip Phillips Tenor Saxophone
Buddy Rich Drums
Max Roach Drums
Irving Ashby Guitar
Dave Barbour Guitar
Ken Hanna Trumpet
Ray Linn Trumpet
Oscar Moore Guitar
Ernie Royal Trumpet
Heine Beau Reeds
Nellie Lutcher Vocals
Coleman Hawkins Tenor Saxophone
Eddie Safranski Bass
Al Porcino Trumpet
Benny Carter Alto Saxophone
Milt Bernhart Trombone
Harry Betts Trombone
Joe Comfort Bass
Nick Fatool Drums
Bob Gioga Baritone Saxophone
Herbie Haymer Tenor Saxophone
Johnny Mercer Vocals
Johnny Miller Bass
Gene Orloff Violin
Fred Stulce Reeds
Bart Varsalona Trombone
Ray Wetzel Trumpet
George Weidler Alto Saxophone
Arthur Shapiro Bass
Harry Forbes Trombone
Warren Weidler Tenor Saxophone
Johnny Moore's Three Blazers Guitar
Earl Hyde Drums
Technical Credits
Danny Barker Composer
Pete Rugolo Arranger
Malcolm Addey Engineer
Benny Carter Arranger
Walter Bishop Sr. Composer
Johnny Burke Composer
Michael Cuscuna Producer, Liner Notes
Jay Ranellucci Engineer
James Van Heusen Composer
Paul Weston Arranger
Michael H. Goldsen Composer
Henry Jones Composer
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