Track listing : 1.Walkin’ My Baby Back Home (Fred E. Ahlert, Roy Turk) – 02:59 . 2.Come Rain or Come Shine (Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer) – 03:08 . 3.Coffee Time (Arthur Freed, Harry Warren) – 02:28 . 4.Somewhere Along the Way (Kurt Adams, Sammy Gallop) – 04:42 . 5.You Go to My Head (J. Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie) – 05:24 . 6.Nice ‘N’ Easy (Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Lew Spence) – 03:31 . 7.Why Don’t You Do Right? (Kansas Joe McCoy) – 04:02 . 8.Here’s That Rainy Day (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke) – 06:03 . 9.But Beautiful (Van Heusen, Johnny Burke) – 03:51 . 10.Lollipops and Roses (Tony Velona) – 05:52 . 11.The Best Is Yet to Come (Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh) – 04:04 . 12.Something’s Gotta Give (Johnny Mercer) – 02:49 . 13.Until the Real Thing Comes Along (Mann Holiner, Alberta Nichols, Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin, L.E. Freeman) – 03:09 . 14.It’s All Right with Me (Cole Porter) – 03:29 .
Musicians : Natalie Cole – Vocals . Nat King Cole – Vocals on (1) . Jim Hughart – Bass . Alan Broadbent – Piano . Chuck Berghofer – Bass . Trey Henry – Bass . Edward Meares – Bass . Tom Ranier – Clarinet . Gregg Field – Drums . Jeff Hamilton – Drums . Harold Jones – Drums . Lewis Nash – Drums . John Chiodini – Guitar . Katie Kirkpatrick – Harp . Tom Boyd – Horn (English), Oboe . Vanessa Brown – Percussion, Triangle . Tamir Hendelman – Piano . Terry Trotter – Piano . Pete Christlieb – Sax (Tenor), Saxophone, Soloist . Gene Cipriano – Saxophone . Jeff Clayton – Saxophone . Jennifer Hall – Saxophone . Dan Higgins – Saxophone . Sal Lozano – Saxophone, Woodwind . Rose Corrigan – Bassoon . Steven Becknell – French Horn . Nathan Campbell – French Horn . Dave Rockin Duke – French Horn . Brian O’Connor – French Horn . James Thatcher – French Horn . Warren Luening – Trumpet . Alan Kaplan – Trombone . Bruce Otto – Trombone . Craig Gosnell – Trombone . Charles Loper – Trombone . Andy Martin – Trombone . Dave Ryan – Trombone . Rick Baptist – Trumpet . Dan Fornero – Trumpet . Wayne Bergeron – Trumpet . Gilbert Castellanos – Trumpet . Carl Saunders – Trumpet . Karen Elaine – Viola . Matthew Funes – Viola . Pamela Goldsmith – Viola . Darrin McCann – Viola . Jorge Moraga – Viola . Endre Granat – Concert Master, Violin . Charlie Bisharat – Violin . Mark Cargill – Violin . Lily Chen – Violin . Kevin Connolly – Violin . Mario Diaz de Leon – Violin . Joel Derouin – Violin . Bruce Dukov – Violin . Songa Lee – Violin . Natalie Leggett – Violin . Phillip Levy – Violin . Liane Mautner – Violin . Helen Nightengale – Violin . Alyssa Park – Violin . Sara Perkins – Violin . Bob Peterson – Violin . Katia Popov – Violin . Lesa Terry – Violin . Shalini Vijayan – Violin . Sid Page – Violin . Tom Rainer – Celeste . Larry Corbett – Cello . Dennis Karmazyn – Cello . Timothy Loo – Cello . David Low – Cello . Miguel Martinez – Cello . Cecilia Tsan – Cello . Sheridon Stokes – Woodwind .
Production Produced by Natalie Cole, Gail Deadrick . Bill Holman – Arranger . Nan Schwartz – Arranger . Harold Wheeler – Arranger . Patrick Williams – Arranger . Bill Schnee – Engineer . Al Schmitt – Engineer, Mixing . Travis Ference – Assistant Engineer . Darius Fong – Assistant Engineer . Aaron Walk – Assistant Engineer . Doug Sax – Mastering . Steve Genewick – Digital Editing, Vocal Engineer .
Package : Diana Barnes – Art Direction, Design . Cecille Parker – Stylist . Matthew Rolston – Photography . Fran Cooper – Make-Up .
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