L-O-V-E free piano sheet music by Nat King Cole
About the song
"L-O-V-E" is a famous jazz song from the 1960's, especially written for Nat King Cole.
The instrumental section had already appeared on one of the writer's previous album, from 1964, "Blue Midnight".
The track was written by Milt Gabler and the music was composed by Bert Kaempfert.
The song has a duration of 2:34 minutes and it was part of the Capitol label.
Nat King Cole included "L-O-V-E" on his album with the same name.
He released the single in January 1965 and he also recorded another version, in various languages, such as German, French, Italian, Spanish and Japanese. His song was initially heard in September 1964 and it's B-Side was "I Don't Want To See Tomorrow". The track also features soul influences and it resonates with its message.
"L-O-V-E" was a success worldwide and it is still, to this day, a very recognizable song. As a result, it has been covered by many singers, captured by its quality and popularity. The names include: Jools Holland along Rico Rodriguez, in 2008, for the album "The Informer"; they performed it live for many years; Deana Martin, in 2009, for the album "Volare", which was distributed by Big Fish Records; Andrea Motis, who offered a live performance of the song on television; Yellowman, who covered it many times; Michael Bubble; Joss Stone; Julia Nunes, as a special song for Valentine's Day.
A notable cover was made by the singer's daughter, Natalie Cole. She performed it with Joss Stone at a benefit concert, "Frosted Pink", at the Santa Monica Airport, from Santa Monica, California.
Most of the covers were featured in various artistic productions: Natalie Cole's version was featured on the movie "Bewitched" and it was part of her album "Unforgettable... With Love", released in 1991.
Nat King Cole's "L-O-V-E" appeared in the films: "Why Did I Get Married?", "Ghosts Of Girlfriends Past", "Quick Change", "The Little Rascals", "Lars And The Real Girl", "How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days", "I Don't Know How She Does It", "The Girls From Monaco" and "The Parent Trap".
The song was present in the charts from Italy, Switzerland and The United Kingdom.
A beautiful love song, as the title itself suggests it, it comes very natural for an instrument such as the piano. The free piano sheet which will help you play it is right bellow, for you to enjoy.
|Artist:||Nat King Cole|
|Writers:||Bert Kaempfert (music), Milt Gabler (lyrics)|