You may have noticed that 2019 is the centenary of the birth of NAT KING COLE, and among the many celebrations and events to date, the UMC has just launched two beautiful collections that celebrate the art of this elegant and famous singer. Other Cole classics include “Mona Lisa”, “Stardust”, “Let T Be Love”, “When I Fall In Love” and the most complex and enigmatic of all the songs, “Nature Boy”. Let’s not forget that he started his career as a talented pianist and, as we heard, during one of his piano performances, a client “asked” for him to sing “Sweet Lorraine” was the only song he knew that the rest was history. First, t is a collection of 21 songs from Nat’s most famous recordings – ‘The Ultimate Nat King Cole’. But for collectors, t’s a ‘new’ track – a ‘duet’ between Cole and big fan Gregory Porter in ‘The Girl From Ipanema’. All the great songs can be found , including ‘Sweet Lorraine’, the first song ‘he’ sang in public. Cole fans, of course, will all have them, but for those who want an introduction to the Maestro, it’s perfect. To this end, they have regularly recorded their greatest successes in foreign languages to achieve sales in foreign markets. IMU’s second new Cole collection is a little more special. At that time, big labels were trying to get the most out of the music of their big stars. Capitol Hill and Cole are no exception. Registration only takes a few minutes and offers more possibilities. To comment on an article, you need to be registered and logged in. .