Nat "King" Cole was a beloved jazz and pop singer with numerous hits including "Unforgettable" (1952), "A Blossom Fell" (1955) and "Ramblin' Rose" (1962). He is well remembered for his version of the beloved chestnut, "The Christmas Song," which has been a perennial favorite since it first charted in 1946 by the King Cole Trio. Nat "King" Cole was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000.
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Nat King Cole performs "Walking My Baby Back Home" on The Ed Sullivan Show (October 23, 1955).
Available on the following DVD: The Very Best of The Ed Sullivan Show Vol. 2
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Nat 'King' Cole
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