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More Cole Español / More Cole Espanol


Download links and information about More Cole Español / More Cole Espanol by Nat King Cole. This album was released in 1962 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 28:37 minutes.

Artist: Nat King Cole
Release date: 1962
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 28:37
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No. Title Length
1. La Feria De Las Flores (featuring Nat *) 1:48
2. Tres Palabras (Without You) (featuring Nat *) 2:05
3. Las Chiapanecas (While There's Music There's Romance) (featuring Nat *) 2:32
4. Adios, Mariquita Linda (Adios and Farewell) (featuring Nat *) 2:51
5. Aqui Se Habla En "Amor" (Love Is Spoken Here) (featuring Nat *) 1:58
6. Vaya Con Dios (May God Be With You) (featuring Nat *) 2:29
7. La Golondrina (The Swallow) (featuring Nat *) 2:54
8. No Me Platiques (featuring Nat *) 2:59
9. A Media Luz (When Lights Are Soft and Low) (featuring Nat *) 2:08
10. Guadalajara (featuring Nat *) 1:59
11. Solamente Una Vez (You Belong To My Heart) (featuring Nat *) 2:45
12. Piel Canela (featuring Nat *) 2:09



More Cole Español was Nat King Cole's third album of songs sung in Spanish, following Cole Español (1958) and A Mis Amigos (1959). Recorded in Mexico City with Mexican singers and musicians, but arranged and conducted by Ralph Carmichael, the collection demonstrated that Cole had made significant advances as a singer in Spanish in a few years. Cole Español had found him providing tentative, phonetically learned syllables over pre-recorded tracks imported from Cuba, giving him the sound of someone trying to avoid making mistakes. A Mis Amigos, cut in Rio de Janeiro during the South American tour promoting Cole Español, was better, but still not a truly complete fit for Cole. He still didn't sound like he always knew what he was singing, and he still seemed to be working on his pronunciation, but on More Cole Español he was clearly having a lot more fun. In part, this had to be because the arrangements were more rhythmic and uptempo, and Cole must have been taking enthusiasm from the Mexican musicians who accompanied him. And he must have been more familiar with material that included crossover hits like "Vaya con Dios." Whatever the reasons, More Cole Español was his most successful effort at making music for fans south of the border.