The record was very successful in the Pop, Jazz, and R&B markets and was considered the major comeback recording that had been brewing since Cole’s late 1980s releases. The album was certified 7x platinum as of 2009 by the RIAA. The album won the 1992 Grammy Awards for Album of the Year and Best Engineered – Non-Classical, while the track “Unforgettable” (duet with her father Nat King Cole) won four additional Grammys: Record of the Year, Traditional Pop Vocal Performance, Song of the Year and Arrangement Accompanying Vocals. The album also won Soul Train Music Award for Best R&B/Soul Album, Female the same year.
Two albums prior to this one (1987’s Everlasting and 1989’s Good to Be Back) also moved to Elektra after Cole signed with the label. Her uncle Ike Cole plays piano on the album.
As of 2016 the album has sold 6.2 million copies in the United States according to Nielsen Music.
19 thoughts on “Unforgettable (Duet with Nat King Cole)”
I love this song, although I prefer the original recording. When I was younger, Mom told me about the technology behind the duet, and I thought it was just wonderful!
Thank you for listening Diana. I love the original as well. The daddy and daughter duet is so uplifting. Technology is a blessing here at uniting Nat and Natalie in love. I have always felt Nat’s proudness of his then, grownup little girl. )))❤️(((
Love, love, love this song. This is what my daddy and I danced to at my wedding. 🙂
It is precious. Natalie voice with her deceased dad. I have always thought of him being proud of the duo. Now together they are. Thank you Jeanne for your visit. It has been a strenuous week for me but I made it through. Have a wonderful week ahead! 💕🎶🍮🍮
My pleasure. You have a great week too. 🙂
Sounds graciously elegant!🎶❤️❤️❤️❤️
Absolutely great 💛
Nobody can ignore how fascinating this song is…
Very true Vicky. Your feedback is sincerely appreciated! Happy Blessed Sunday!❤️🍂🍮🍮🍂
I wish the same to you 😊
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