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Songs of Nat King Cole: Hugh Coltman’s Shadows
Wednesday 15 November | The Jazz Cafe

Hugh Coltman interprets the music of Nat King Cole, reflecting on the life and times of a revered black artist against the racial background of 50s and 60s America and performing ‘Shadows – Songs of Nat King Cole’ in its entirety.

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Hugh Coltman – Smile – Shadows, Songs of Nat King Cole (Sony / Okeh) Charles Chaplin, John Turner, Geoffrey Parsons http://www.hughcoltman.com/ Réalisation :…

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