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CD 1

1. Unforgettable
2. Mona Lisa
3. Too Young
4. It's Only A Paper Moon
5. Lush Life
6. Perfidia
7. Autumn Leaves
8. Mood Indigo
9. I'm In The Mood For Love
10. When I Fall In Love
11. Let There Be Love
12. The Very Thought Of You
13. St Louis Blues
14. Nature Boy
15. Open Up The Doghouse
16. Ramblin' Rose
17. The Blues Don't Care
18. Send For Me
19. A Blossom Fell
20. Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You
21. Who's Sorry Now?
22. It's All In The Game
23. Stardust
24. Walking My Baby Back Home
25. Orange-Coloured Sky

CD 2

1. Smile
2. Sweet Lorraine
3. (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66
4. Straighten Up And Fly Right
5. Avalon
6. The More I See You
7. You Are My Sunshine
8. Laura
9. At Last
10. Fly Me To The Moon
11. Blue Moon
12. There Goes My Heart
13. The Late Late Show
14. There Will Never Be Another You
15. Do I Like It
16. Because You're Mine
17. This Can't Be Love
18. On The Street Where You Live
19. Pretend
20. Looking Back
21. Whatcha' Gonna Do
22. Tell Me All About Yourself
23. Strange
24. Long Long Ago
25. Welcome To The Club

CD 3

1. Quizas, Quizas, Quizas (Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps)
2. The Frim Fram Sauce
3. Hit That Jive, Jack
4. Ballerina
5. Love Letters
6. Answer Me
7. Wild Is Love
8. These Foolish Things
9. Caravan
10. A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
11. Dream A Little Dream Of Me
12. Ain't Misbehavin'
13. You Made Me Love You
14. Around The World
15. Just One Of Those Things
16. Papa Loves Mambo
17. Sometimes I'm Happy
18. Jet
19. Impossible
20. Your Cheatin' Heart
21. For All We Know
22. Somewhere Along The Way
23. You'll Never Know
24. Making Whoopee
25. That's All

The Platinum Collection

Artist Nat King Cole

Format 3CD

Cat No NOT3CD194

Bar-Code 5060342021946

Availability: In stock

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Whether Nat King Cole is delivering signature song 'Unforgettable' in inimitable fashion, adding his personal touch to the standard that is Hoagy Carmichael's 'Stardust', making Chaplin's 'Smile' his own or tracing 'Route 66', there's a tale for telling - and no-one tells them better. Frank Sinatra once said that, when he went home, he played Nat's records to relax. There can be no finer accolade: follow Ol' Blue Eyes' example and wind down to this Platinum Collection of cool, cultured Cole classics.

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