Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days of Summer/My Fair Lady

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/30/2003
  • Label: Emi Gold Imports
  • UPC: 724359265629
  • Catalog Number: 592656

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Nat King Cole Primary Artist
Ralph Carmichael Conductor
Technical Credits
Ralph Carmichael Arranger
Nat King Cole Composer
Haven Gillespie Composer
Steve Gillette Composer
Alan Jay Lerner Composer
Joe Sherman Composer
George David Weiss Composer
Lee Gillette Producer
Frederick Loewe Composer
Ken Veeder Cover Photo
Edith Bergdahl Composer
Charles Tobias Composer
William Jerome Composer
Larry Shay Composer
Ren Shields Composer
George Evans Composer
Al Frisch Composer
Traditional Composer
Rory Guy Liner Notes
Hans Carste Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Fairest of the Fair

    My father had a reel-to-reel tape deck in the early 60s; 'real' audiophile stuff for the home consumer back then. One of the commercially produced "reel albums" he had was Nat King Cole Sings My Fair Lady. That was nearly 40 years ago and the songs (as only Nat Cole can sing them) are still stuck in my head. This album is an absolute gem. Until now, I could only find it on vinyl (on ebay). I really don't care a whit about the saccharine schmaltz pop schlock days of summer--lazy, hazy, crazy or otherwise. In fact, that's why I can't give this two album CD 5 stars; the sunshine & pretzels & beer drag it down. The My Fair Lady cuts themselves are well worth the price of the CD and more. They shine far beyond 5 stars.

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