I have to admit it, I always enjoyed Freddy's voice more than his brother Nat's. It was that smoky jazz club kind of voice that sounds like a small club at 1:00 am. Both gentlemen were amazing talents, but for me, I always put on Freddy's albums first.

We lost him this weekend. He was 88 when he left us. I had no Kitchen Cellar show ready for tonight since I have been busy with my Samplers shows this month, but this one had to be done. So please join me tonight as we head down the back stairs of The Kitchen to sit back and relax with one of the great voices. We'll be seeing you again Mr. Cole. Until then, thank you and peace.

00:00 Watching You, Watching Me
00:06 For the Love of You
00:11 Autumn Love
00:15 Waiter, Ask The Man To Play The Blues
00:17 Almost in Love
00:22 They Didn’t Believe Me
00:27 I'm Not Alone
00:32 Easy To Love
00:39 Blame It on My Youth
00:44 You and Me Against the World
00:49 Lovely Day
00:55 Because of You
00:59 Brother, Where Are You
01:05 Temptation
01:09 Speak to Me of You
01:14 I’ll Always Leave the Door a Little Open
01:20 My Heart Tells Me
01:26 Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
01:31 Sweet Lorraine
01:35 My Mood Is You
01:41 Black Coffee
01:43 My Imagination
01:47 Rio de Janeiro Blue
01:52 It's Impossible
01:56 This Time I'm Gone for Good
02:01 I Remember You
02:06 I'll Be Seeing You

    Jazz, vocal, smooth, freddy cole
    • 85.5 bpm
    • Key: Gm
    • Milwaukee, United States
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