Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days may refer to:
"Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days of Summer" is a popular song composed by Hans Carste. It was originally written as "Du spielst 'ne tolle Rolle", with German lyrics by Hans Bradtke, and was first recorded under that title in 1962 by Willy Hagara.
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Nathaniel Adams Coles, known professionally as Nat King Cole, was an American jazz pianist and vocalist. He recorded over one hundred songs that became hits on the pop charts. His trio was the model for small jazz ensembles that followed. Cole also acted in films and on television and performed on Broadway. He was the first African American man to host an American television series.
"Daisy Bell " is a popular song, written in 1892 by British songwriter Harry Dacre, with the well-known chorus, "Daisy, Daisy / Give me your answer, do. / I'm half crazy / all for the love of you", ending with the words, "a bicycle built for two".
Charles Tobias was an American songwriter.
"The Christmas Song" is a classic Christmas song written in 1945 by Robert Wells and Mel Tormé.
A Tribute to the Great Nat "King" Cole is the sixth studio album by Marvin Gaye, released on the Tamla (Motown) label on November 1, 1965. It is a tribute album, dedicated to his idol, late jazz performer Nat "King" Cole, who had died of lung cancer earlier in the year.
For the Genesis song see "That's All"
Just One of Those Things may refer to:
"Get Out And Get Under The Moon" is a popular song.
Blossom Dearie Sings Rootin' Songs is a 1963 studio album by Blossom Dearie.
"L-O-V-E" is a song recorded by American singer and jazz pianist Nat King Cole for his studio album L-O-V-E (1965).
This article contains a list of albums by Nat King Cole and compilations of his recordings, together with a list of his chart singles.
"In the Good Old Summer Time" is an American Tin Pan Alley song first published in 1902 with music by George Evans and lyrics by Ren Shields.
After the Ball is a popular song written in 1891 by Charles K. Harris. The song is a classic waltz in 3/4 time. In the song, an uncle tells his niece why he has never married. He saw his sweetheart kissing another man at a ball, and he refused to listen to her explanation. Many years later, after the woman had died, he discovered that the man was her brother.
The Swing Sessions 2 is the fourth studio album from Australian swing singer/actor David Campbell and was released in October 2007.
Tell Me All About Yourself is an album by Nat King Cole, recorded in 1958 but not released until 1960. It was arranged by Dave Cavanaugh. The album reached #33 on the Billboard LP chart.
The Nat King Cole Story is a 1961 album by Nat King Cole. The album was a retrospective of Cole's recording career, designed to present many of his earlier hits in new recordings featuring stereo sound. Cole is accompanied on the re-recordings by many of the notable arrangers and bands that had appeared with him on the original records.
You're Lookin' at Me is a 1983 studio album by Carmen McRae, recorded in tribute to Nat King Cole.
"Send for Me" is a song written by Ollie Jones and performed by Nat King Cole featuring the McCoy's Boys. It reached #1 on the U.S. R&B chart and #6 on the U.S. pop chart in 1957. The song was arranged by Billy May.