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Frank Sinatra

Artist Song Buy
Frank Sinatra  Nice 'N' Easy   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  (I Got a Woman Crazy for Me) She's Funny That Way   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim  The Girl from Ipanema   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Come Dance With Me   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Lover   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  My Kind of Town   buy on itunes
Billy May and His Orchestra & Frank Sinatra  Chicago   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Mack the Knife   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Mood Indigo   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Someone To Watch Over Me   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Call Me Irresponsible   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Drinking Again   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  The Brooklyn Bridge   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  The House I Live In   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  April In Paris   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Sweet Lorraine   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Laura   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  The Song Is You   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Too Marvelous for Words   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Learnin' the Blues   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  I'm a Fool to Want You   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Makin' Whoopee   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Hey! Jealous Lover   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  I'm Glad There Is You   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  At Long Last Love   buy on itunes

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In our Deep Cuts, we've managed the impossible: to condense Frank's massive career into three bite-sized pieces. Nelson Riddle's bold and brassy horns swing with a ritzy Vegas glitz in "Nice 'N' Easy," and Frank's king-of-the-Strip vocals saturate the song with his incomparable snap-brimmed style. One of the strangest hits Frank ever recorded came from an Academy Award®-winning, post-WWII film short, [i]The House I Live In[/i], and Sinatra unfurls the song's patriotic message of tolerance (written by Abe Meeropol, who also penned Billie Holiday's "Strange Fruit") like a colossal American flag. But it's a Brazilian banner fluttering in the breeze when composer Antonio Carlos Jobim teams with Frank on "The Girl from Ipanema," a wispy gauze of surf, sand, and samba . . . the ideal make-out music for the tastefully appointed space-age bachelor pad.
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