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NAT KING COI~E is one 01'Ihose rare arlisls who have rnade a name l'or Ihemselves in two differnnt branches 01' show business and one who. moreover. has enjoyed both arlistic and commerciai successo He began his career as a professional jazz pian ist ami is. lo this day, relllembered as one 01'the great performers in Ihis fleld. In 1946 he \Von Ilw Esquire Gold Medal as a pianisl and Ihereare many jazz fans who feeI he could have reaclwd really great heights as a jazz pianist had he stayed wilh Ihis side 01'his talent. But it is as a singer Ihat he is loved and remembered lodav. . NATHANIEL'ADAMS COLES was born in Monlgomery. Alabama. on March 171h 1917. In 1921 Ihe family moved to Chicago where his father was a Paslor or Ihe Truelight Spirilual Tempie. By the time he was Iwelve years old Nat was playing the organ and singing in Ihe choir Ihere. He look a few piano lessons so that hemight be able to read music but he never really needed tuition. being a natural pianist. In 1934 he began his professional career ami l'or this purpose dropped Ihe 's' in his name. His flrst job was as leader 01'a band called Rogues or Rhvthm in which he worked wilh his brolher Eddie around nw Chicago clubs and dance halls. Il was al Ihis t irTW. ai tlw age 01'19. Ihat he m;Hle h is record ing debut on Decca w ith a Sf~xtf~tle II~d by his brolhcr on basso Ile Ihen joined a Road Company or "Shuffle AIong" and marri(~d 0Il{)of Ihe chorus girls called Nadine Robinson. When the shovv folded and Ihe band broke up Nal worked singly for some time unlil 1939 whcn he forrned Ihe hisloric Nat King Cole Trio \Vith Weslcy Prince on bass and Oscar Moore on guilar and where. initially. Nat was the star on piano. The Trio was the frsl srnall group to be commercially successful and paved the way l'or many otlwrs t follovv thelll. lJp lo Ihen big bands had bl)en whal Ihe pubIic wanled to hear. Nat seems to have become a singeralmost by accident. lIe vvasplaying with the Trio in a lIollywood Club when the owner suddenly decided he wanted to ha ve a singer. So as noI lo lose his job Nal prolllplly began singing. p!aying piano as he sang. His early singing was lighl rhythrn and blues and one or his early successes was "5\\'EE1' LORIV\INE", thc thcnw song nr the c:larinetisl Jimmy Nonne. whorTI he had heard in his carly days in Chicagn. As N(!tbecmne more (!mlmore successful as a singer he began playing less anclless piano. The words 01'a song were always importanl lo him and by doing Ihe Iwo jobs his concenlralion was necessarily divided. Il is also. noI easy lo sing wc]] whilSt sitling dO\\'n. especia]]y l'or a singRr with such a soft, inlimate voi ce. Tlw Trio always did we]] but in 1944 they \Vere signed 10Ciapilol.Recnrds and record(~d one or Nat's own numbers "STRAIGIiTEN UP AND FLY RIGIIT". This was an enormous hit and by then Nat's singing was the main aflraclion 01'Ihe Trio and far recording he gradually began adding slrings and Ihen more and more inslruments unI il he had a large orcheslra backing him. The Trio began making flllls in \\'hich Nat p!ayed several quile Iruly lallnched as a ballad singer. The Trio spl il up in 1951 and Nat conlinlled as a solo singer as \Vhich. it has lo
be said, he achieved much more monetary slIccess Ihan he ever could have as a jazz pianist. He had one giganlic hit after anolher-"NATURE BOY", "tvIONA LISA", "SMILE", "DANCE BALLERINA DANCE", "TOO YOUNG". . . .He'began touring il]] over Ihe world: he had his own networked series on TV: he appeared in slage shows: he played, very suceessfully, Ihe parI orw. C. Handy in Ihe film "SI. Louis Blues".ln every way his popularity inereased, even when ballads fellunder a cloud in Ihe rock and l'o]] era. Nal was possibly Ihe flrsl black male singer lo win aeeeplanee l'rom Ihe \vhile publie which was prepared lo aeeept black jazz musicians but !ess inclined lo weIcome black singers. He never made a conscious efforl lo appeallo a white audience but his velvely tones and greal arlistry won Ihem over. He had a warm and genlle personalily, was liked by everybody and was never spoiled by success, and ali Ihis was reflected in his voiee. imporlanl roles ami in 1947, with his srnash hi! record 01'"FOR SENTIMENTAL REASONS", llf~WilSwldl and

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