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  • Performer: Nat King Cole
  • Album: Welcome To The Club
  • FLAC: 1150 mb | MP3: 1886 mb
  • Released: 1991
  • Country: US
  • Style: Big Band, Vocal
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Nat King Cole - Welcome To The Club album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Welcome To The Club
Written-By – Noel Sherman
2:44
2 Anytime, Anyday, Anywhere
Written-By – Wiley*, Washington*, Young*
2:20
3 The Blues Don't Care (Who's Got 'Em)
Written-By – Vic Abrams
2:11
4 Mood Indigo
Written-By – Bigard*, Ellington*, Mills*
3:21
5 Baby, Won't You Please Come Home
Written-By – Charles Warfield, Clarence Williams
2:11
6 The Late, Late Show
Written-By – Murray Berlin, Roy Alfred
2:32
7 Avalon
Written-By – Jolson*, De Sylva*, Rose*
1:46
8 She's Funny That Way
Written-By – Neil Moret, Richard A. Whiting*
3:03
9 I Want A Little Girl
Written-By – Billy Moll, Murray Mencher
2:49
10 Wee Baby Blues
Written-By – Joe Turner*, Pete Johnson
3:16
11 Look Out For Love
Written-By – Colin Romoff, Daniel J. Meehan*
1:57

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Toshiba EMI Ltd
  • Record Company – Toshiba EMI Ltd

Credits

  • Bass – Ed Jones
  • Conductor, Arranged By – Dave Cavanaugh*
  • Drums – Sonny Payne
  • Piano – Gerald Wiggins
  • Producer – Lee Gillette
  • Saxophone – Billy Mitchell, Charlie Fowlkes, Frank Wess, Marshall Royal
  • Trombone – Al Gray*, Benny Powell, Henry Coker
  • Trumpet – Joe Newman, John Anderson , Thad Jones, Wendell Culley
  • Vocals – Nat King Cole

Notes

Recorded in Los Angeles, June 1958
Original LP released Capitol Records 1959
Japanese CD release with OBI. Made in Japan
℗ 1991

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 988006 658363
  • Matrix / Runout: TOCJ-5392 1A1 TO

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SW-1120 Nat "King" Cole* Welcome To The Club ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records SW-1120 US 1957
EMS 1107 Nat "King" Cole* Welcome To The Club ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records EMS 1107 UK 1986
TP 619 Nat King Cole Welcome To The Club ‎(LP) World Record Club TP 619 UK 1966
W.1120 Nat "King" Cole* Welcome To The Club ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records W.1120 Italy 1959
7047 Nat "King" Cole* Welcome To The Club ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Club) World Record Club 7047 Australia 1962

Taken from the Album, Nat King Cole. The King Swings, Released 2001.

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Welcome to the Club is a 1959 album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Dave Cavanaugh. Welcome to the Club was chosen as one of Billboard magazine's 'Spotlight Winners of the Week' upon its release in February 1959.

1. Welcome To The Club. Written-By – Noel Sherman. Nat "King" Cole With Orchestra Conducted By Dave Cavanaugh - Welcome To The Club ‎(LP, Album).

On Welcome to the Club (1959) the artist teams up with Dave Cavanaugh and the Count Basie combo - minus the maestro himself due to contractual restraints - for one of Cole's most powerful collections supported by a big band. In fact, it is Cole's unmistakable ultra-cool intonations that flawlessly reign in the fiery - and at times overbearing - ensemble arrangements. Right from the start, the vocalist proves that he can swing on the refined and syncopated opening title track "Welcome to the Club

Welcome to the Club is a 1959 album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Dave Cavanaugh. Cole himself, as usual, is fine and somewhat reminiscent of his earlier swinging efforts. 2. Anytime, Anyday, Anywhere. 3. The Blues Don't Care. 5. Baby, Won't You Please Come Ho. Nat "King" Cole. 6. The Late, Late Show. 8. She's Funny That Way.

Nat King Cole - vocal Dave Cavanaugh - arranger, conductor The Count Basie Orchestra Gerald Wiggins - piano. As the 1950s came to a close, Nat King Cole continued creating stylish renditions of pop and jazz flavored standards. On Welcome to the Club (1959) the artist teams up with Dave Cavanaugh and the Count Basie combo - minus the maestro himself due to contractual restraints - for one of Cole's most powerful collections supported by a big band. In fact, it is Cole's unmistakable ultra-cool intonations that flawlessly reign in the fiery ensemble arrangements