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Customer Reviews

So smooth - so romantic - so nice :)

Yes, he sounds like Nat, but he has his own style and it's most enjoyable. His music always seems t/have a Brazilian lilt to it and I love Brazilian "jazz", so maybe that's why I'm partial to his style.

The young artists of today should pay attn to this, as it's real romance music :)

"Talk to me"

Talk To Me, if you are young, it will make good sense if you take the time to stop and listen. And if you are young at heart, it will be nice music to your ears and soul.

Really nice lovely voice slightly similar to Ray Charles,mature introspective romantic a good buy

Similar to Ray Charles. Introspective, romantic but his voice is the best. The back ground rhythm is great. Temo

Biography

Born: October 15, 1931 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The younger brother of Nat King Cole and uncle of Natalie Cole, singer/pianist Freddy Cole sounds a great deal like his celebrated sibling, yet has a personality of his own. Cole, whose vocals tend to be a bit darker and slightly rougher, began playing piano at five or six. He was interested in playing football professionally, but decided to pursue a career in music after a hand injury ended his career as an athlete. He debuted on vinyl in 1952 when he recorded the single "The Joke's on Me" for the...
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