NAT KING COLE MYSTERY SWEATSHIRT

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NAT KING COLE MYSTERY SWEATSHIRT

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Nathaniel Adams Coles (March 17, 1919 – February 15, 1965), 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. 

L-O-V-E: is a song recorded by Nat King Cole for his studio album L-O-V-E (1965). It is one of his most covered and well known songs. It was his last album and released shortly before his death.

TROPICANA CLUB: , is a world-known cabaret and club in Havana, Cuba. It was launched in 1939 at Villa Mina. Nat King Cole was a frequent visitor to Cuba in the Fifties, performing at Havana's famed Tropicana club three times before the Communist takeover at the end of the decade. Intoxicated by Cuba's exotic sounds and rhythms, Cole used a Havana studio to record instrumental tracks for what would become Cole Español (1958), an album composed largely of Cuban songs

LODGE No. 49: Around the time Cole launched his singing career, he entered into Freemasonry. He was raised in January 1944 in the Thomas Waller Lodge No. 49 in California. The lodge was named after fellow Prince Hall mason and jazz musician Fats Waller.

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