Nat King Cole – L-O-V-E (Sax Cover) Brendan Mills

L-O-V-E is the final studio album by the American singer Nat King Cole. It was arranged by Ralph Carmichael. L-O-V-E was Cole’s last album, and was released shortly before his death in February 1965.

The songs “The Girl from Ipanema”, “My Kind of Girl” and “More (Theme From Mondo Cane)” were recorded December 1–3, 1964, shortly after Cole’s diagnosis with lung cancer, and were the last recordings he made. It peaked at #4 on the Billboard Albums chart in the spring of 1965. Wiki

The following song cover is being done by Brendan Mills, an internationally-renowned saxophone artist based in London. From gracing royalty, entertaining celebrities, to providing the backdrop to global brands, Brendan spends his life turning his saxophone to the tune of some of the biggest events in the world.

15 thoughts on “Nat King Cole – L-O-V-E (Sax Cover) Brendan Mills

  1. Nat was one of the all-time greats and I’m glad by the sax tribute that others feel the same.

    1. Hello GP. Yeah Nat was a classy smooth singer. I think he consoled a lot of people with his voice. Songs were always perfectly matched with his vocals. Thanks for dropping by and commenting. Happy Friday.🍮🍮

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