The performance of When I Fall in Love is from The Jack Benny Program in 1964.
It’s not difficult to hear why with his jazz leanings, his blues undertones and a voice as smooth as silk he appealed to just about everyone…Black or White. He was dubbed the Sepia Sinatra in the 1940s because he was the only challenger to Frank’s role as America’s premier singer. [source]
[via BONGORAMA.COM, Celebrating the 95th Anniversary of Nat King Cole’s Birth]