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Bobby Cole - A Point of View 1967. Pedro Nóbrega. Gabor Szabo - Dreams 1968. Listen free to Bobby Cole A Point of View Status Quo, The Name Of The Game Is Trouble and more. 12 tracks 37:40. Bobby Cole September 8, 1932 December 19, 1996 was an American musician, known for his jazz singing and piano playing. He was also a jazz composer and arranger. Frank Sinatra was known read more. Frank Sinatra was known to call him my favorite saloon entertain read more. a point of view Q&A. Featuring Bobby Cole. Writers Bobby Cole. Bobby Cole. a point of view. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space. Bobby Cole was born as Robert Kane Sarnicole in Astoria, New York on September 8, 1932, and grew up in the Ravenswood section of Queens. After service in the U. Army, he returned to New York to begin his career. Bobby worked originally with a group called the Bobby Cole Band composed of members of those musicians he knew from Astoria. Bobby worked for years with professional jazz drummer Tony Lupo. Cole eventually made a solo album in 1966. A Point of View was released through Concentric Records which was started by Cole's friend Jack Lonshein. Lonshein was working for Mainstream Records and was a friend of Cole's. Bobby Cole, Vol. 19 - Bobby Cole. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. A Point of View 1964. Album by Bobby Cole. A Perfect Day. was covered in. Perfect Day by Mop Mop feat. Bobby Cole is a legendary super-singer's singer who was the favorite of many of those legendary greats including Frank Sinatra, ole' blue eyes tried to help this wild child but record companies were afraid of taking on this big of a gamble but in the end clearly their loss. it was clear Bobby Cole possessed talent that made him among the chosen few in the world of music. Recorded in the 60's, original Point Of View is a stunning portrait of a phenomenal artist who could sing and hit those ivories like nobody else. Opening with jazzy driving rocker Status Quo one can imagine how exciting it was experiencing Bobby Cole in those posh New York Jazz Clubs . A Point of View. Release group by Bobby Cole. A Point of View stereo. 12 Vinyl. US1967. Artist: Bobby Cole. Type: Album