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Album: The Greatest Hits (1950). This soundtrack version by Nat King Cole spent eight weeks as in the Billboard chart in the USA in 1950. In 1987, this was used as the theme of the British film Mona Lisa. Nat's daughter Natalie Cole waited until after college to begin a singing career, and when she first started performing, "Mona Lisa" was the only Nat King Cole song she included in her set. She found that performing the song was very emotional, and while it got a very strong reaction from the crowd, it was too much for her.
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Mona Lisa Song by Nat King Cole. Nat King Cole - Mona Lisa. Mona Lisa by Nat King Cole W/ Lyrics. "Mona Lisa" Nat King Cole. Musical arrangement was handled by Nelson Riddle and the orchestral backing was played by Les Baxter and his Orchestra. The recording was originally the B-side of "The Greatest Inventor Of Them Al. In an American Songwriter magazine interview, Jay Livingston recalled that the original advertisements for the record did not even mention "Mona Lisa;" only upon. returning home from a publicity junket of numerous radio programs did the song become a hi. .The soundtrack version by Nat King Cole spent eight weeks at number one in the Billboard singles chart in 1950
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|A||–Nat "King" Cole And His Trio* With Les Baxter Chorus||The Greatest Inventor (Of Them All)
Chorus – The Les Baxter Chorus*Written-By – Dok Stanford, Ruby Raksin
|B||–Nat "King" Cole*||Mona Lisa
Conductor [With Orchestra Conducted By] – Les BaxterWritten-By – Jay Livingston-Ray Evans*
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Los Angeles
NotesSide A: Vocal Group With Instrumental Accompaniment.
Side B: Vocal Group With Orchestra, From the Paramount Picture "Capt. Carey, U.S.A."
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped (Variant 1)): 5665-4D22 4 ☆ 8
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped (Variant 1)): 5664-2D20 4 ☆ 3
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped (Variant 2)): 5665-4D19 1 ☆ 25
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped (Variant 2)): 5664-2D20 3 ☆ 21
|1010||Nat "King" Cole*||The Greatest Inventor / Mona Lisa (Shellac, 10")||Capitol Records||1010||US||1950|
|F1010||Nat King Cole With Orchestra*||Mona Lisa (7", Mono)||Capitol Records||F1010||US||1952|
|F1010||Nat "King" Cole*||Mona Lisa (7")||Capitol Records||F1010||US||1950|
|C-352||Nat "King" Cole*||Mona Lisa (Shellac, 10")||Capitol Records||C-352||Canada||1950|
|C 1010||Nat "King" Cole*||The Greatest Inventor / Mona Lisa (Shellac, 10")||Capitol Records||C 1010||Sweden||Unknown|