|Harvest of Hits|
|The Nat Cole Trio|
|Recorded||November 30th 1943|
October 11th 1945
May 1st 1946
March 14, 29th 1949
August 15, 22nd 1947
|Produced by||Nat King Cole|
Harvest of Hits is Nat King Cole's first compilation album.
This album is a compilation album of Nat King Cole's "hits" from his "King Cole Trio" series of albums.
The album was originally released on a 10" LP format, but was also released on a set of three 7" discs. This latter release cut the two tracks "Lush Life" and "Kee-mo Ky-mo" from the release.
- "Straighten Up and Fly Right" (Cole, Mills)
- "You Call It Madness (But I Call It Love)" (Conrad, DuBois, Columbo, Gregory)
- "(Get Your Kicks On) Route 66" (Troup)
- "Lush Life" (Strayhorn)
LP side B:
- "Kee-mo Ky-mo (The Magic Song)" (Alfred, Hilliard)
- "Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You" (Razaf, Redman)
- "The Frim Fram Sauce" (Ricardel, Evans)
- "Nature Boy" (ahbez)
|Nat King Cole||piano, vocals|
|Johnny Miller||double bass|
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