‘Hittin’ the Ramp: The Early Years (1936-1943)’ by Nat King Cole Review: A Master of the Keys

Before he built a formidable career as a singer, Cole was a great jazz pianist; a new set reminds us of his virtuosity. PHOTO: CAPITOL RECORDS PHOTO ARCHIVE Michael Hepworth By Martin Johnson HOLLYWOOD (Perfect Music Today) 12/17/20/–Suave, debonair and almost impossibly refined, Nat King Cole possessed a voice to match his looks and demeanor; it was a […]