Top Pops

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This article is about the Nat King Cole album. For the British music newspaper, see Top Pops (newspaper).
Top Pops
Studio album by Nat King Cole
Released 1952
Recorded 1951-1954
Label Capitol
Nat King Cole chronology
Penthouse Serenade
1952
Top Pops
1952
Harvest Of Hits
1952
Alternative cover / title
12 inch LP release
Alternative cover / title
later LP and CD re-issues

Top Pops is an original jazz compilation by Nat King Cole. It was released initially as 8 Top Pops in the 10 inch Capitol Records' LP format in 1952. An expanded (12 track) version was reissued in 1955 in a 12 inch LP format as Top Pops. 4 additional 'bonus' tracks were added to later CD reissues.

Track Listing[edit]

10 inch LP (1952)[edit]

Side A:

  1. "Somewhere Along The Way"
  2. "Walkin' My Baby Back Home"
  3. "Faith Can Move Mountains"
  4. "Because You're Mine"

Side B:

  1. "Funny (Not Much)"
  2. "I'm Never Satisfied"
  3. "The Ruby And The Pearl"
  4. "A Weaver Of Dreams"

12 inch LP (1955)[edit]

Side A:

  1. "Somewhere Along The Way"
  2. "Walkin' My Baby Back Home"
  3. "Faith Can Move Mountains"
  4. "Funny (Not Much)"
  5. "Hold My Hand"
  6. "Teach Me Tonight"

Side B:

  1. "I'm Never Satisfied"
  2. "Because You're Mine"
  3. "The Ruby And The Pearl"
  4. "A Weaver Of Dreams"
  5. "Papa Loves Mambo"
  6. "If I Give My Heart To You"

Bonus tracks on later CD re-issue:

  1. "You Will Never Grow Old"
  2. "How (How Do I Go About It?)"
  3. "When I'm Alone"
  4. "A Fool Was I"

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