Buddy Cole

Edwin LeMar Cole

Also known as Cole, Late Buddy Cole, The, Swingin' Buddy Cole At The Hammond Organ, The
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Discography of Buddy Cole:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Hot And Cole 4 Audio 1960 Warner Bros. Records
2 Christmas Organ & Chimes 14 Audio Pickwick
3 Pipes And Chimes Of Christmas 15 Audio 1958 Columbia
4 Have Organ, Will Swing 10 Audio 1958 Warner Bros. Records
5 Swing Fever 4 Audio 1960 Warner Bros. Records
6 Hot And Cole 12 Audio 1959 Warner Bros. Records
7 Swing Fever 12 Audio 1960 Warner Bros. Records
8 Sleepy Time Gal 12 Audio 1959 Warner Bros. Records
9 Pipes, Pedals And Fidelity 11 Audio 1957 Columbia
10 Ingenuity In Sound 13 Audio 1962
11 Have Organ, Will Swing 12 Audio 1958 Warner Bros. Records
12 Pipes, Pedals And Fidelity 11 Audio 1957 Columbia
13 Powerhouse! 12 Audio 1959
14 Swing Fever 12 Audio 1960 Warner Bros. Records
15 Remembered 12 Audio 1980 Doric Recording
16 Powerhouse! 12 Audio 1959 Warner Bros. Records
17 Open Up Your Heart / The Lord Is Counting On You 2 Audio 1955 Columbia
18 Sweet And Lovely 12 Audio Tops Records
19 Buddy Cole Plays Cole Porter 12 Audio 1958
20 Buddy Cole Plays Cole Porter 4 Audio 1960 Warner Bros. Records
21 Organ Moods In Hi-Fi With Buddy Cole At The Pipe Organ 4 Audio 1956
22 Organ Moods In Hi-Fi 12 Audio 1956 Columbia
23 Swing Fever 12 Audio 1960 Warner Bros. Records
24 Midnight In Lisbon / Tibia 4 Audio Audio Spectrum


Buddy Cole was a jazz pianist and orchestra leader.

Born : December 15, 1916 in Irving, Illinois.

Died : November 05, 1964 in Hollywood, California.

He played behind a number of pop singers, including [a=Rosemary Clooney], [a=Jill Corey], and [a=Four Lads, The], who recorded for [l=Columbia] Records.

Cole recorded for [l=Capitol Records] as both Buddy Cole and Eddie LeMar and His Orchestra.


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