- Performer:Various Artists
- Title:Christmas with Nat "King" Cole/Ella Fitzgerald/Nancy Wilson/Lou Rawls
- Style:Christmas,Holidays,Traditional Pop,Vocal Jazz
- Date of release:January 1, 1996
- Size FLAC version1584 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1422 megabytes
- Size WMA version1493 megabytes
- Formats:MOD AA AC3 MP2 DXD VQF
1 –Nat King Cole Joy To The World 2 –Ella Fitzgerald O Come All Ye Faithful 3 –Lou Rawls Santa Claus Is Coming To Town 4 –Nancy Wilson That's What I Want For Christmas 5 –Nat King Cole O Little Town Of Bethlehem 6 –Ella Fitzgerald Angels We Have Heard On High 7 –Lou Rawls Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas 8 –. Nat King Cole Away In A Manger 9 –Nancy Wilson The Christmas Waltz 10 –Ella Fitzgerald Hark! The Hearld Angels Sing.
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Merry Christmas, Baby. BarnumWritten-By – J. Moore, L. Baxter. The Nat King Cole Trio. All I Want For Christmas (Is My Two Front Teeth). Featuring – The By – Donald Gardner. Conductor – Jimmy Jones (3)Written-By – J. Styne, S. Cahn. Track 1 (Sleigh Ride) recorded c. 1967 · From an United Artists single Track 1 (Jingle Bells) recorded c. 1963 · From the album "Christmas With McGriff" Track 2 recorded August 1, 1966 · From the album "Merry From Lena" Track 3 recorded July 17, 1967 · From the album "Merry Christmas Ho! Ho! Ho!"
Sleigh Ride - Ella Fitzgerald 11. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen - Nat King Cole 12. The Christmas Song - Ella Fitzgerald 13. Away in a Manger - Nat King Cole 14. Good Morning Blues - Ella Fitzgerald 15. Caroling Caroling - Nat King Cole 16. Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer - Ella Fitzgerald 17. The Little Christmas Tree - Nat King Cole Trio 18. Frosty the Snow Man - Ella Fitzgerald 19. I Saw Three Ships - Nat King Cole 20. Winter Wonderland - Ella Fitzgerald 21. The Happiest Christmas Tree - Nat King Cole 22.
Nat King Cole Photographic Print by G. Marshall Wilson. Smooth Jazz Music Icon Soul Music My Music Jazz Artists Jazz Musicians Music Artists Black Artists Jazz Blues. Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong recording the album Ella and Louis, 1956. Stevie Wonder and Lou Rawls with Cab Calloway and Ella Fitzgerald. I almost fainted when I saw this quartet of legends from the 1970s. Photo: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty.
The Magic of Christmas is a 1960 album by Nat King Cole, arranged and conducted by Ralph Carmichael. This was Cole's only full album of Christmas songs, although he had recorded several holiday singles earlier in his career. One of these, "The Christmas Song", originally recorded in 1946, was re-recorded for the 1961 album The Nat King Cole Story.
CreditsRalph Blane - Composer
Phillip Brooks - Composer
Sammy Cahn - Composer
Nat King Cole - Performer, Primary Artist
J. Fred Coots - Composer
Ella Fitzgerald - Performer, Primary Artist
Haven Gillespie - Composer
Earl E. Lawrence - Composer
Hugh Martin - Composer
Lowell Mason - Composer
Felix Mendelssohn - Composer
Frederick Oakeley - Composer
Lou Rawls - Performer, Primary Artist
Lewis Redner - Composer
Jule Styne - Composer
Traditional - Composer
John Francis Wade - Composer
Isaac Watts - Composer
Charles Wesley - Composer
Nancy Wilson - Performer, Primary Artist
|1||Joy to the World Lowell Mason / Isaac Watts||Nat King Cole|
|2||O Come All Ye Faithful Frederick Oakeley / John Francis Wade||Ella Fitzgerald|
|3||Santa Claus Is Coming to Town J. Fred Coots / Haven Gillespie||Lou Rawls|
|4||That's What I Want for Christmas Earl E. Lawrence||Nancy Wilson|
|5||O Little Town of Bethlehem Phillip Brooks / Lewis Redner||Nat King Cole|
|6||Angels We Have Heard on High Traditional||Ella Fitzgerald|
|7||Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Ralph Blane / Hugh Martin||Lou Rawls|
|8||Away in a Manger Traditional||Nat King Cole|
|9||The Christmas Waltz Sammy Cahn / Jule Styne||Nancy Wilson|
|10||Hark! The Herald Angels Sing Felix Mendelssohn / Charles Wesley||Ella Fitzgerald|