Today we are presenting one of the classic artists, with one of his greatest hits - L-O-V-E, by Nat King Cole.
Nat King Cole was an American jazz pianist, singer, and actor, who recorded over 100 songs that are worldwide hits and topped the charts.
He lived between 1919 and 1965 and had a great impact on jazz music, R&B, and Traditional pop.
Nat King Cole is also known as the first African-American man to host an American television series.
His amazing song L-O-V-E was written by Bert Kaempfert and Milt Gabler, and it was recorded by Nat King Cole.
The free L-O-V-E piano sheet music is a romantic song that was released as part of Cole’s 1965 studio album named the same as the song.
L-O-V-E was also released as a single, part of the jazz, swing, and soul music genres, having the I Don’t Want to See Tomorrow song on its B-side.
The song was released through Capitol studio and appeared as an instrumental track on Kaempfert’s album Blue Midnight.
The interesting fact in the free L-O-V-E piano sheets composition is that it was recorded by Nat King Cole in Japanese, Italian, German, Spanish and French.
Because of its success, L-O-V-E has been recorded by many other famous artists over the years and it has been used in media in TV shows, movies, and commercials
One of the most famous versions of the song is the one by Joss Stone, released in September 2007, or the one by Yoko Oginome – in 2001.
With a length of 2:30 minutes, L-O-V-E enchants us with jazz rhythms and conquers the world once released.
The good news about L-O-V-E is that you can start testing and learning it at your piano at home, as from today we made it available on our website for you.