|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Just A Kid Named Joe / Jeepers Creepers||2||Audio||Odeon|
|3||Nat Gonella And His Trumpet||14||Audio||1967||Ace Of Clubs|
|4||The Nat Gonella Story - Tradional Jazz 4||14||Audio||Philips|
|5||Salute To Satchmo||4||Audio||Metronome|
|7||The Music Goes 'Round And 'Round||10||Audio||1976||Vogue|
|8||The Echo Of A Song||20||Audio||1977||Halcyon Records (3)|
|9||The Music Goes 'Round And 'Round||8||Audio||1975||CNR|
|10||Bands On Film||15||Audio||1975||World Records Limited|
|11||Mister Rhythm Man||12||Audio||1971||Top Classic Historia|
|12||Troublesome Trumpet / Toy Trubet||2||Audio||Decca|
|13||Oh' Monah||11||Audio||1973||Metronome 2001|
|14||Oh' Monah||11||Audio||Metronome 2001|
|15||Nat Gonella And His Trumpet||14||Audio||World Record Club|
|16||The Nat Gonella Story||14||Audio||1961||EMI Records Ltd.|
(b. March 7, 1908 in London, England – d. August 6, 1998 in Gosport, England)
Nat Gonella was an English jazz trumpeter, bandleader, vocalist and mellophonist born in London, perhaps most notable for his work with the big band he founded, The Georgians.
Nat was one of the first British musicians to establish a major reputation as a jazz soloist. He became a household name in the decades between his emergence as a star in the 1930s and the end of the so-called Trad Boom in the early 1960s, and remained active in music until the end of his life.
Gonella played and recorded with many prominent jazz musicians and has been a major influence on other British jazz trumpeters. His distinctive vocal style was reminiscent of [a=Louis Armstrong], though the voice was often eclipsed by his achievements as a band leader and trumpeter.