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Of Love and Things, artist: Frank Sinatra - (2018) year. Something Wonderful Happens in Summer Frank Sinatra. I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues Frank Sinatra. They Came to Cordura Frank Sinatra. Mr. Success Frank Sinatra. Sentimental Baby Frank Sinatra. Love Looks so Well on You Frank Sinatra. Chicago Frank Sinatra. Monique Frank Sinatra. I Love Paris Frank Sinatra. The Moon Was Yellow Frank Sinatra. Hidden Persuasion Frank Sinatra. The Nearness of You Frank Sinatra.
This Is Sinatra Volume Two is a compilation album by American singer Frank Sinatra, released in 1958. Another collection of Sinatra singles and B-sides with backings courtesy of Nelson Riddle, following 1956's This Is Sinatra!. It also included seven new tracks, all recorded in late 1957: "Everybody Loves Somebody," "You'll Always Be the One I Love," "Time After Time," "If You Are But a Dream," "It's the Same Old Dream," "I Believe," and "Put Your Dreams Away.
Album · 1993 · 18 Songs. Sinatra Sings Cole Porter Frank Sinatra. Listen on Apple Music.
Frank Sinatra Sings for . .has been added to your Cart. Sinatra's phrasing is perfect-generally rather defeatedly understated, trying futilely to generate a little hope-and there's no unctuous emoting. Every one of these jewels is presented just right, and no sensitive listener can help but be stunned. Many great songs are performed well by various singers, and sometimes a singer makes a song his own, such that nobody else's version really counts. As far as I'm concerned, Sinatra did that with every song on this album, which is quite something considering the winners on this disc. I have the original vinyl, but has accumulated scratches over the years and a pleasure to hear the songs in there original form. 3 people found this helpful.
The third release in The Frank Sinatra Collection concludes with the compilation Sinatra Sings, a retrospective of particularly memorable moments across forty years of Sinatra performances in the studio, on the stage, and on TV, narrated by his daughter Tina. But it opens with the remarkable Portrait of an Album, which documents the recording sessions for . Is My Lady (1984, Frank Sinatra Enterprises) as they actually laid these tunes down. Arranged and conducted by Quincy Jones and produced by Phil Ramone, Portrait is truly an all-star celebration.
|A1||All The Way|
|A3||Talk To Me|
|A4||French Foreign Legion|
|A5||To Love And Be Loved|
|A6||River, Stay 'Way From My Door|
|B2||It's Over, It's Over, It's Over|
|B3||Ol' Mac Donald|
|B4||This Was My Love|
|B5||All My Tomorrows|
|W 1538, W-1538||Frank Sinatra||All The Way (LP, Comp, Mono, 1st)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||W 1538, W-1538||US||1961|
|MFP 8038||Frank Sinatra||All The Way (LP, Comp)||Capitol Records, Music For Pleasure||MFP 8038||Australia||Unknown|
|SW 1538||Frank Sinatra||All The Way (LP, Comp)||Capitol Records||SW 1538||UK||1961|
|CDP 591150||Frank Sinatra||All The Way (CD, Comp)||Capitol Records||CDP 591150||US||1988|
|062 2601791||Frank Sinatra||All The Way (LP, Comp, RM)||Capitol Records||062 2601791||Spain||1985|