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8 thoughts on “ Get Out Of Town - Holly Cole Trio - Dont Smoke In Bed (CD, Album)

  1. Effortlessly blending pop, soul, and jazz, "Don't Smoke in Bed" finds the Holly Cole Trio at the height of their powers. "Get Out of Town" and "So and So" are among the most swinging recordings from Holly and company, and her renditions of the standard ballads "Blame it On My Youth" and "Don't Smoke in Bed" are simply kirirdredgushakarcerezar.xyzinfos:
  2. 19 rows · Holly Cole Trio: Don't Smoke In Bed ‎ (CD, Album) Manhattan Records, Manhattan .
  3. This album shows you don't need a lot of musicians to make great music. The Holly Cole Trio might be small but you will enjoy this album for many years. Her father wanted her to play classical music when she was growing up, but she followed her heart and gave the world this great Jazz album/5(66).
  4. This album shows you don't need a lot of musicians to make great music. The Holly Cole Trio might be small but you will enjoy this album for many years. Her father wanted her to play classical music when she was growing up, but she followed her heart and gave the world this great Jazz album/5(65).
  5. Listen to your favorite songs from Don't Smoke In Bed by Holly Cole Trio Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  6. album. Don't Smoke In Bed Holly Cole. 12 songs (44 I Can See Clearly Now Holly Cole Trio: 2. Don't Let The Teardrops Rust Your Shining Heart Holly Cole Trio: 3. Get Out Of Town Holly Cole Trio: 4. So And So Holly Cole Trio: 5. The Tennessee Waltz Listen to your favorite songs from Don't Smoke In Bed by Holly Cole.
  7. 2. Don't Let The Teardrops Rust Your Shining Heart Side B: 1. Get Out Of Town 2. So And So 3. The Tennessee Waltz Side C: 1. Everyday Will Be Like A Holiday 2. Blame It On My Youth 3. Ev'rything I've Got Side D: 1. Je Ne T'Aime Pas 2. Cry (If you Want To) 3. Que Sera Sera 4. Don't Smoke In Bed.
  8. Her release, Don’t Smoke In Bed has always been praised for it’s excellent sound. The Holly Cole Trio was experimenting with pop elements by the time they recorded this memorable release. The trio's rendition of Johnny Nash's "I Can See Clearly Now" became a crossover hit and highlighted the group's changing direction.

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