Nat King Cole - That Sunday, That Summer / Mr. Wishing Well mp3 album
|Performer:||Nat King Cole|
|Title:||That Sunday, That Summer / Mr. Wishing Well|
|MP3 album size:||1630 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1866 mb|
|Digital formats:||AAC VOC MP2 AC3 DTS VQF MOD|
Nat King Cole live in HD with the Cliff Adams Singers from the 1963 BBC special "An Evening With Nat King Cole"
Nat King Cole discography. 1972 The Greatest of Nat King Cole (2-album set sold by Dynamic House). 1973 Nature Boy. 1974 Love Is Here to Stay. 2003 The One and Only Nat King Cole. 2004 Those Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer/My Fair Lady. 2005 The World of Nat King Cole (bonus DVD added 2006). 2006 The Very Best of Nat King Cole. "That Sunday, That Summer", "Mr. Wishing Well".
Written-By – Laurence Weiss, Lockie Edwards, Jr. 2:33. That Sunday, That Summer, Mr. Wishing Well (7", Single).
About Mr. Wishing Well lyrics. Album Thank You, Pretty Baby (1967). Then our eyes met What a feeling, I found her Now I really wanna Thank you, thank you Mr. wishing well. Wishing well, wishing well) Thank you, Mr. wishing well (Wishing well, Mr. wishing well) Thank you, Mr. wishing well (Wishing well, wishing well).
Nat King Cole, June 1947. Background information. In 1958 Cole went to Havana, Cuba, to record Cole Español, an album sung entirely in Spanish. Nevertheless, Cole recorded some hit singles during the 1960s, including "Let There Be Love" with George Shearing in 1961, the country-flavored hit "Ramblin' Rose" in August 1962, "Dear Lonely Hearts", "That Sunday, That Summer" and "Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days of Summer" (his final top-ten hit, reaching number 6 on the Pop chart). His father died of heart problems on February 1. Throughout Cole's illness his publicists promoted the idea that he would soon be well and working, despite the private knowledge of his terminal condition.
Less well remembered, however, are Cole's accomplishments during and after the transition. His rich, husky voice and careful enunciation, and the warmth, intimacy, and good humor of his approach to singing, allowed him to succeed with both ballads and novelties such that he scored over 100 pop chart singles and more than two dozen chart albums over a period of 20 years, enough to rank him behind only Sinatra as the most successful pop singer. His 1953 album Nat King Cole Sings for Two in Love, arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle, was a Top Ten hit in early 1954 that predated similar "concept" albums by Frank Sinatra. Although Cole did not score a number one hit in 1953 ("Pretend" peaked at number two), his seven chart entries were enough to rank him among the ten most successful singles artists of the year. That Sunday, That Summer.
Nat King Cole Sings the Blues (Reissue Of St. Louis Blues). Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days of Summer. Top Pops (Reissue of 1955 album). Nat King Cole Sings/George Shearing Plays (1st CD Reissue Of 1962 album, plus unreleased tracks). The Very Thought Of You (1st CD Reissue Of 1958 album, plus unreleased tracks).
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Won't you help me Mr. wishing well (wishing well)? Is it too much that I ask Just a penny's worth of Happiness (happiness)? Is that far too great a task? Please, send me a Bundle full of paradise Make her wonderful and very nice I'm depending on you To make my wish come true (Well, wishing well). Then I looked up from the Wishing well (wishing well) And was I surprised to see Someone standing by the Wishing well (wishing well) Looking just as sad as me. Then our eyes met What a feeling; I found her Now I really wanna Thank you, thank you Mr.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||That Sunday, That Summer
Written-By – George David Weiss, Joe Sherman
|B||Mr. Wishing Well
Written-By – Laurence Weiss*, Lockie Edwards, Jr.*
- Record Company – Skandinaviska Grammophon AB
- Record Company – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Printed By – AB Roos Tryckerier
NotesMade in Sweden.
Printed in Sweden.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label, side A): AA 39806
- Matrix / Runout (Label, side B): AA 39476
- Rights Society: NCB
|F 5027||Nat King Cole||That Sunday, That Summer / Mr. Wishing Well (7", Single)||Capitol Records||F 5027||Italy||1963|
|F 5027||Nat King Cole||That Sunday, That Summer / Mr. Wishing Well (7", Single, Yel)||Capitol Records||F 5027||Sweden||Unknown|
|CP-1537||Nat King Cole||That Sunday, That Summer / Mr. Wishing Well (7", Single)||Capitol Records||CP-1537||Australia||1963|
|5027||Nat King Cole||That Sunday, That Summer (7", Single)||Capitol Records||5027||US||1963|
|CL 15316||Nat King Cole||That Sunday, That Summer / Mr. Wishing Well (7")||Capitol Records||CL 15316||UK||1963|