Nat King Cole was one of the most popular and greatest male singers of the 20th century. "That Sunday, That Summer," written by Joe Sherman and George David Weiss and released by Capitol Records, reached #12 on the Billboard charts in 1963 and was to be his final hit. He tragically passed away from lung cancer in 1965 at age 45. The recording was made on May 16, 1963 at the Capitol Recording Studio in Hollywood California. The personnel included Joseph Robert 'Bobby' Gibbons (guitar), Alton R. 'Al' Hendrickson (guitar), Alvino Rey (guitar), Joseph G. 'Joe' Comfort (bass), Irving Cottler (drums), Lawrence B. 'Larry' Bunker (percussion), Milton W. Raskin (piano), John T. 'Tommy' Johnson (tuba), Victor Arno (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Harold Dicterow (violin), Elliott Fisher (violin), David 'Dave' Frisina (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Paul C. Shure (violin), and Gerald 'Jerry' Vinci (violin). Unfortunately the vocal chorus was not identified. I do not own the right to the songs, audio, or images contained in this video. This sound recording is administered by EMI. No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.