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Frank Sinatra Discoveries

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Frank Sinatra  Just One Of Those Things   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  It Happened in Monterey   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  From Here to Eternity   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Without a Song   buy on itunes
Billy May and His Orchestra & Frank Sinatra  Let's Get Away From It All   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  With Every Breathe I Take   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Rain (Falling from the Skies) [Remastered]   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  I Have Dreamed   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Wandering   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  I Get Along Without You Very Well   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Last Night When We Were Young   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  A Man Alone   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  There Used to Be a Ballpark   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  In the Still of the Night (The Frank Sinatra Collection)   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  A Long Night   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Emily   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Don'cha Go 'Way Mad   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Here's to the Losers   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  I Thought About You   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  I Got Plenty O' Nuttin'   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Summer Me, Winter Me   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  From This Moment On   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  My Girl   buy on itunes
Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra & Frank Sinatra  Say It   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  American Beauty Rose   buy on itunes

Comment:

Believe it or not, Sinatra was stuck in showbiz limbo the end of 1952 — his voice had inevitably lost the dreamy flush of youth, and he was without a contract . . . but he reversed his fortunes in spectacular fashion by picking up a Best Supporting Actor Oscar® for [i]From Here to Eternity[/i], and by signing to Capitol Records and reminding the world what it had been missing. His first session with arranger Nelson Riddle, in 1953, produced a song inspired by that great comeback movie, and it marked Frank's return to form. Almost three decades further down the line, Sinatra would again come back from a lay-off (after his later live-in-Vegas years) with the triple album [i]Trilogy: Past, Present & Future[/i] (1980): "Summer Me, Winter Me" is an understated stunner.
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