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|4.||"L O V E"|
|5.||"Quizas, Quizas, Quizas"|
|6.||"Miss Otis Regrets"|
|7.||"Pick Yourself Up"|
|8.||"When Love Was King"|
|9.||"The Lonely One"|
|11.||"I Wonder Who My Daddy Is"|
|12.||"The Christmas Song"|
Gregory Porter's rise to superstar status has been built on a string of fine albums that blur the boundaries between soul and contemporary jazz. This time around, he's decided to do something different, delivering a heartfelt and well-meaning tribute to the work of legendary jazz vocalist Nat King Cole. Musically, there are few surprises, with Porter and his musical collaborators largely recreating the sweeping, string-drenched sound familiar from Nat King Cole's work. Porter is arguably a more powerful and versatile vocalist than Cole - and, yes, we're aware that this is a bold claim - so he somehow gets a little more out of familiar staples such as "Nature Boy", "Smile" and "Mona Lisa". It wouldn't be a Nat King Cole tribute without some festive fare, so it's fitting to see Porter include a fine cover of "The Christmas Song".
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