Nat "King" Cole - The Touch of Your Lips

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Artist :   Nat "King" Cole
Album Name :   The Touch of Your Lips
Genre :   Easy Listening
Tracks :   12
Relase Date :   01 January 1961
Country :   USA

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Song Title Artist Time
1. The Touch of Your Lips Nat "King" Cole 3:54
2. I Remember You Nat "King" Cole 3:15
3. Illusion Nat "King" Cole 2:55
4. You're Mine, You! Nat "King" Cole 3:24
5. Funny (Not Much) Nat "King" Cole 3:05
6. Poinciana (Song of the Tree) Nat "King" Cole 3:57
7. Sunday, Monday, Or Always Nat "King" Cole 2:21
8. Not So Long Ago Nat "King" Cole 4:06
9. A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square Nat "King" Cole 4:46
10. Only Forever Nat "King" Cole 3:18
11. My Need For You Nat "King" Cole 3:24
12. Lights Out Nat "King" Cole 2:25

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"The Touch of Your Lips" is a romantic ballad written by Ray Noble in 1936. The original version of the song, which has become a standard, was by Al Bowlly accompanied by Ray Noble and His Orchestra.Three versions of the song reached the charts of the day in the USA in 1936. They were by Hal Kemp (#3), Bing Crosby (#4) and Ray Noble (#12). The Crosby version was recorded on March 24, 1936 with Victor Young and his Orchestra."The Touch of Your Lips" has appeared on the following albums: Tony Bennett – The Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Album (1975); duet with pianist Bill Evans Pat Boone - The Touch of Your Lips Nat King Cole – The Touch of Your Lips (1961) Vic Damone - That Towering Feeling! (1956) Bill Evans - Bill Evans at the Montreux Jazz Festival (1968) Bill Evans – Alone (Again) (recorded in December 1975 but not released until 1977) Clare Fischer – Alone Together (1977; rec. 1975; released in US, 1980) The Hi-Lo's – The Hi-Lo's On Hand (1956) Frankie Laine - You Are My Love (1960) Johnny Mathis – This Is Love (1964) Oscar Peterson – Ben Webster Meets Oscar Peterson (1959) Cliff Richard – Cliff Sings (1959); with Norrie Paramor & his Orchestra Bobby Timmons – Soul Time (1960); with Art Blakey, Blue Mitchell, and Sam Jones and Art Blakey Andy Williams – Warm and Willing.