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Ronald Baker Quintet - Celebrating Nat King Cole (With Strings) (2014) Lossless

9-03-2015, 19:27
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Ronald Baker Quintet - Celebrating Nat King Cole (With Strings) (2014) Lossless

Artist: Ronald Baker Quintet
Title Of Album: Celebrating Nat King Cole (With Strings)
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Cristal Records
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 64:16 min
Total Size: 406 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


01. I'm Lost / Five Brothers (4:04)
02. That Ain't Right (5:05)
03. Walkin' My Baby Back Home / Swingin' My Baby Back Home (7:53)
04. L-O-V-E (7:02)
05. Suite for Nat, Pt. 1 (Smile) (4:04)
06. Suite for Nat, Pt. 2 (I Love You for Sentimental Reasons) (4:16)
07. Suite for Nat, Pt. 3 (Nature Boy) (5:09)
08. Suite for Nat, Pt. 4 (I'm Thru with Love) (3:31)
09. Suite for Nat, Pt. 5 (The Christmas Song) (3:37)
10. Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You? (4:06)
11. Come Along with Me (3:20)
12. Quizas, Quizas, Quizas (5:08)
13. Straighten up and Fly Right (7:01)

It's pretty obvious that Ronald Baker belongs "body and soul" to the prestigious family of the trumpet singers. Just like Louis Armstrong (the pioneer), nearly a century ago. With a natural gift, influenced by Eddie Jefferson and Jon Hendricks, this amazing jazzman knows what he owes to the great Nat King Cole: the unrivaled crooner of all times. This was bound to happen, the quintet directed by Ronald Baker had to pay him a vibrating tribute. With his long-time sidemen, and the presence of the great drummer Mario Gonzi and prestigious guests(the alto player Jesse Davis, the singers Michele Hendricks and China Moses), Ronald Baker has made it a beautiful jazz session with the Strings of the Alhambra Colbert Orchestra. Nat King Cole is still alive!

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