Frank Sinatra

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Genre: Pop Vocal
Artist/Group Name: Frank Sinatra
Release Date: 10/04/2005
Original Release Date: 2005
Length of CD: 137:49
Label: Bluebird/Legacy
# of Discs: 2
Total Time: 137:49

Disc 1
1. I'll Be Seeing You
2. Say It
3. Polka Dots and Moonbeams
4. Fools Rush In
5. Imagination
6. You're Lonely and I'm Lonely
7. East of the Sun (And West of the Moon)
8. It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow
9. I'll Never Smile Again
10. All This and Heaven Too
11. Trade Winds
12. One I Love Belongs to Somebody Else, The
13. Call of the Canyon, The
14. Love Lies
15. I Could Make You Care
16. Our Love Affair
17. We Three (My Echo, My Shadow, And Me)
18. Stardust
19. Oh! Look at Me Now
20. You Might Have Belonged to Another
21. It's Always You
22. I Tried
23. Dolores

Disc 2
1. Do I Worry?
2. Everything Happens to Me
3. This Love of Mine
4. I Guess I'll Have to Dream the Rest
5. You and I
6. Blue Skies
7. I Think of You
8. Violets for Your Furs
9. How About You?
10. Night We Called It a Day, The
11. Song Is You, The
12. I'll Take Tallulah
13. Last Call for Love, The
14. Just as Though You Were Here
15. Street of Dreams
16. Take Me
17. Be Careful It's My Heart
18. In the Blue of Evening
19. There Are Such Things
20. Daybreak
21. Light a Candle in the Chapel

Release Notes

Frank Sinatra: Frank Sinatra; Tommy Dorsey .
Additional personnel: Connie Haines, Jo Stafford.
Liner Note Authors: Nancy Sinatra; Charles Granata.
Recording information: New York, NY (02/26/1940-07/02/1942); Victor Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA (02/26/1940-07/02/1942).
Ensembles: The Pied Pipers; Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.
Arrangers: Heine Beau; Freddie Stulee; Paul Weston; Sy Oliver; Axel Stordahl.
This collection is an ideal introduction to "phase one" of Frank Sinatra's lengthy career--the "band singer," as vocalists with big bands were known during the Swing Era (1935-1946). The worldly, ring-a-ding-ding vocal icon would not evolve until the '50s--these '40s recordings of Tommy Dorsey's Orchestra feature Sinatra as a creamy-smooth, starry-eyed, mellow crooner, his vocal phrasing influenced by the sweet, melodious tones of Dorsey's trombone. Unlike those of Count Basie or Artie Shaw, Dorsey's band played a polished, understated style of swing, which was a perfect fit for Sinatra's blossoming style.


Recording Type: n/a

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