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Tina Sinatra’s careful curation of 'Baby Blue Eyes…May The First Voice You Hear Be Mine' is now available in CD format to accompany its digital release earlier this year.

Exclusive to the Sinatra Shop, order now: https://UMe.lnk.to/BabyBlueEyes

Walter Cronkite hosted an hour-long CBS documentary on this day in 1965 entitled 'Sinatra: An American Original,' which is available on the Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All deluxe DVD box set.

Order here: https://UMe.lnk.to/AllOrNothingBox

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D'ann Serafica

5 days ago

Love all the songs from this classic musical!!! When you see a gent payin’ all kinds of rent, you can bet that he’s doin it for some doll!!

Michael Rice

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They did not get along. Frank recorded all of the songs Brando sang when the movie was finished filming. And Julian Jackson, you are correct. Frank did want the part of Sky Masterson. The spoke to each other via intermediaries. Frank called Brando, "Mumbles." Marlon asked Frank to help him with his singing and Frank refused.

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Richard Eshelman

13 days ago

The evolution of popular music started with Frank and the others like him. Suave and debonair were synonymous with the gentlemen of good culture. Unfortunately today's music has none of their influence.

Marcos Ceballos

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My dad had this album and I discovered Frank because of this record... Frank's phrasing in A foggy day and I get a kick out of you are beyond mastery...

Mathieu Doyer

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But don't change a hair for me
Not if you care for me
Stay little Valentine, stay
Each day is Valentine's Day

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Tom Wood

16 days ago

A valiant yet controversial effort! The voice was rough, the artists were in separate locations but Frank Sinatra gave us his last "go" at singing the songs we loved with the next generation.

Adam Daley

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Great album. This was my first Sinatra album I was 13 years old when it was released and I have been a fan ever since. He will always be my favorite performer.

Mike Goudreau

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I’m a huge Sinatra fan ....but the best stuff was recorded between 1950 & 1970...that’s Frank at his best surrounded by the best ! And I agree that Bono is terrible lol 😂

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John G. Martin

17 days ago

I'll always believe that FAS never looked any better than in '65, '66, '67 and 68' .. His early 50's were his best looking years.

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Mike Foncellino

19 days ago

Saw him live when he was much much older. Back in mid 1990's. Would occasionally forget the words to his songs even though he was using cue prompters but no one cared. It was still the greatest show and I loved it. Rickles was his same awesome self too. I had bad seats but I still showed up in a jacket and slacks. It was an event. Something special. Saw Bennett too around this time but Sinatra took the cake

Chris Stoebling

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Had the Opportunity to See Frank Three times in Concert
It was like closing your eye's and turning on the Radio and Listing to projection !

Anthony Emilut

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Frank was the bad boy of his time, the greatest pop singer ever, he embodied rock n roll before rock n roll was even a thought

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Jeff Tibbetts

23 days ago

"Luca Brasi held a gun to his head, and my father assured him that either his brains or his signature would be on the contract. Its a true story."

59 years ago tonight, Bing Crosby and Dean Martin joined Frank onstage on The Frank Sinatra Timex Show on ABC to perform “Together.”

Frank filmed his first feature-length movie in October 1940: Paramount Pictures’ “Las Vegas Nights,” singing “I’ll Never Smile Again” in the film.

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Ray Andersen

a month ago

One of my favorite albums, ever. Dark, contemplative and gorgeously-written, sung and orchestrated....
Sinatra was one of the first to have a theme run through his recorded works, and this set the tone for other artists going forward.
He doesn't even sound conscious on songs like Willow Weep For Me....and I mean that in the most reverent way.... the song literally becomes him and vice-versa.
Sublime.

Dorothy Rimmer

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The day he died, my daughter rang me to sit down and listen to what she had to say. Sinatra has died. A pretty terrible time, played his songs all day long,still do! !!!

Ray J. Carbone

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My folks had this album, and started listening to it in high school, fell in love with it... Didn't Springsteen play a song from this at Sinatra's last birthday? Thanks.

Frank recorded “Pass Me By,” “Emily,” and “Dear Heart” on this day in 1964. Arranged by Nelson Riddle, these songs would appear on 'Softly, As I Leave You' later in October.

Listen here: https://ume.lnk.to/SoftlyAsILeaveYou

Frank premiered the first episode of The Frank Sinatra Show on CBS on October 7, 1950. The musical variety show ran weekly from 9-10pm for the next two years and featured appearances by the likes of Louis Armstrong, The Three Stooges, Sarah Vaughan, among others.

'Ultimate Christmas' showcases Sinatra at his merry best with 20 festive and warm holiday classics and is available everywhere today! Pick up a copy to make the season bright: https://UMe.lnk.to/UltimateChristmas

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Rosa Picerno

a month ago

La nostalgia ci dice costantemente che tutto ciò che abbiamo vissuto,che abbiamo amato,che abbiamo coltivato nel passato,non tornerà più, non ci appartiene più.... Ciao Frank!

Larry Broach

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The man, the myth, the legend! There has not been a cooler time than the 60’s and his generation which are the “greatest!” He was cool in a “Steve McQueen” kinda way and I miss him but have his music! The Rat Pack was the epitome of cool!

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Abrar Shahran

a month ago

I think I read somewhere that Frank didn't like the cover art at first and thought it looked like an advertisement for Pan Am.

Glenn Heyler

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Francis Albert had 9 Grammy Wins and 31 Nominations! His first Grammy was funny in that it was for the 'Art Work Album Cover' for "Frank Sinatra Sings For Only The Lonely" in 1958.....In 1958 he was 'nominated' for Best Album, 'Come Fly With Me'......Frank ran the table in 1965 with Wins for 'September of my Years' Album, and "It Was A Very Good Year" song......My big favorites!

John Negri

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I learned from a TV show about Frank, that the song "Fly Me To The Moon" was originally titled "In Other Words"....not sure if that is true or not, but narrator of show thought so. Maybe you guys can enlighten me. By the way, my favorite of many favorites is "All My Tomorrows".

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Joe Nelson

2 months ago

It sort of looks like you're watching Frank walk away after he's broken into your house and stolen all of your presents. And then he has the gall to smile right at you. You ruined my Christmas Frank and you won't get away with this!

Jeffrey Woosley

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A wee bit too early to break out the Christmas music. Didn't stop my job from breaking it out already. Excellent album though. Gets multiple plays every year.

Anita Adams

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Hey everybody, this is my testimony. For 7 years now, I have been Barren with no kids, and due to some circumstances,i have been having issues with my Husband. Day after day, a time came he came late at night and after a while he never came back home again.. On one faithful day, as I was surfing through the internet,I came across alot of testimonies about this particular greatest prophet of God. Some people testified that he brought great fortunes to them,some said he did Special prayers which brought back their ex -lover and some testified of Breakthrough in conceiving once again, And some said greatest BUDHA also revealed whom their true lover where, but I never believed in these but, I gave a chance to try it and contacted him on the via [email protected] then add the dot com.He gave me orders to take ,within the next 7 days after he had finished the Special prayers, I got a call from my husband begging for forgiveness and he came back home to me and the kids together as one, and now am a mother of two kids, I just can't keep my joy for being in the motherhood, and I sincerely thank Greatest BUDHA whom God used to deliver me, and I know by the grace of God ,he will do for you what he has done for me, Anybody could need the help of this greatest DR BUDHA, email is ([email protected] then add the dot com)you can Hey everybody, this is my testimony. For 7 years n him if you need his assistance in you relationship or anything....([email protected])

Frank joined fellow guests Miss Peggy Lee and Louis Armstrong on the Bing Crosby Show 58 years ago tonight. They sang "I'm Glad We’re Not Young Anymore"!

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Rosa Picerno

2 months ago

Frank le tue canzoni hanno accompagnato la vita di mio padre....e ora continuano ad accompagnare la mia ! Alle feste importanti dei miei figli non sono mai mancate....! Ciao grande cantante di tutti i tempi!

Frank Sinatra’s ‘Ultimate Christmas’ is out October 6th and available now for pre-order. Celebrate the season with Sinatra: https://UMe.lnk.to/Ultimate Christmas

Frank Sinatra's 'Ultimate Christmas' is out October 6th and available now for pre-order.

Celebrate the season with Sinatra: https://UMe.lnk.to/UltimateChristmas

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Luigi Sampieri

2 months ago

Great Dino and Frank. Beautiful voices great actors. I always listen their songs and watch on tv their movies. I miss them. Ciao Dino ciao Frank. Meravigliosi

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Susie Lucio-Marsh

2 months ago

I have a few of his Christmas CDs plus others. This one sounds like one to buy to add to them. Love Frank!! His music never gets old.

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Brenda Donohoe

2 months ago

Loved this film as I love all Frank's films This one I remember a boyfriend took me to a big cinema in London to see it for my birthday

Mike Piccoli

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One of my favorite Sinatra songs. Props to writers: lyricist Sammy Cahn and music composer Jimmy Van Heusen a.k.a. Edward Chester "Chet" Babcock who was born right here in Syracuse, New York.

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Jeff Sparling

2 months ago

Arguably the Best at their craft. Ella had the best voice, Count Basie was so toe tappin good. And Francis Albert, well no one like him

Gregory Palter

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talk about 3 icons...and yes would it not be great to see these 3 in concert one more once...again when you compare these greats to the kids today pretending to be entertainers it puts it all in perspective

Frank's collaboration with Gordon Jenkins 'Where Are You?' was released 60 years ago on this day. In Nancy Sinatra's 1995 book Frank Sinatra: An American Legend, she describes the album as "irresistibly sweet ballads of longing with deeply romantic orchestrations."
Listen for yourself: https://UMe.lnk.to/WhereAreYou

While in Los Angeles on this day in 1962, Frank recorded "The Look of Love" and "I Left My Heart In San Francisco."

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Mildred Goodhart-Ostroy

3 months ago

A blend of 3 of the top/best entertainers of their genre of that time - they had everything - talent, charm, personality, wit -- They weren't really working, they were cavorting, having fun & giving the folks a memorable, happy evening.- It was my era but I never got to see them live - I am sure in the archives there are tapes of those shows & I wish they would make DVD's available to the public - like those of the Johnny Carson & Dean Martin Roasts - ... Dean Martin had his own hourly show once a week which was the best on tv but they have never been re-run on tv for some reason.. They are unmatchable & will never be replaced - Those were the days my friends, we thought they'd never end, but they did & forever.

Christopher Coles

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I have the C.D of this show, it is brilliant great songs great banter. Wish they were still around, from a U.K fan.

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Tim Reed

3 months ago

I love the fact that, on the day I was born, Frank was on the screen at my hometown theatre in "The Devil at 4 O'Clock." I've been a fan my whole life! ;)

Jayne Elizabeth Eastwood

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Luv this film remember seeing this along time ago for the first time I'm 60 now and still think its one of the classics

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Conrad Challis

3 months ago

And let me play amongst them stars...let me show you what spring is like on Jupiter and Mars...in other word's hold my hand... in other words baby kiss me.My father who is a one man fanatical and obsessed fan base of Frank Sinatra,he once wrote that there was only two great events of the 20th century...secondly when Man Landed on the moon and firstly when they recorded the voice of Sinatra .

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Mildred Goodhart-Ostroy

3 months ago

Ah Frank - we miss you - love them all but fav is ''It was a very good year'' saw clip on TV of him recording it, with a mischievous smile & twinkle in his eyes 'when he was 35' you can almost hear it in his voice - it was top #1 for well over a year.... My oldest son was born 12/12/55, Franks 40th birthday....Love that day..... and I am a total Pavarotti lover to boot...

Marce Chanampa

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Pensar en "The World We Knew" es recordar a mi padre. Lo primero que escuché de Frankie fue esa canción que mi papá tenía en un single. Lo escuchábamos en un combinado monofónico Emerson a comienzos de los 70's cuando yo contaba con cuatro o cinco años de edad. Recuerdo los ojos y la sonrisa de papá describiendo cómo la voz arrancaba desde lo más grave como si fuera un "caño de escape de un camión" hasta llegar al infinito. Por ese motivo es que mi amor por la música de Sinatra es a partir de esta obra. Fue el puntapié inicial para envolverme luego con "Strangers in the Night", "That's Life", "My Way", "This Town" y muchísimos más. Gracias por el recuerdo.
Pd: ¿Hay algún video en vivo de esta canción?

Max Zusman

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One of his best work, "The World We Knew" should have become one of him most recognized songs in the same category as "My Way" for my opinion, unusually kinda of a modern song yet his warm voice makes it sound so classy.
the rest of the album is also great; "Something Stupid" very cute and romantic (though I always thought it strange he sings it with his daughter but what the hell), "This Is My Love" is also sad yet dreamy, "Don't Sleep In The Subway" is kinda funny and silly but in a great way, and of course "Some Enchanted Evening" is a great closing track for this spectacular album.

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Harry Estelle

4 months ago

I bet that bottle of jack daniels that’s buried with frank is still full?. R.I.P.. The movie assault on the queen was a great movie he acted in loved the part of raising that germen sub

Harry Estelle

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my boss back in jersey i worked for; Lou Melange use to night club with him, dean martin and sammy davis at times he had a picture of them annd him(Lou) standing together wearing suits the business was jersey coast auto sales right next to ocean grove just before u entered asbury park! It sat on the point of main st and lake ave next to ocean grove sure miss all the car dealers I had worked with was their mechanic and auto reconditioning worker along with a few more of my friends

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Gabriela Marquez

4 months ago

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Maria Lucrecia Villarroel Salas

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Gabriela: este es un grupo de admiradores y si no te gusta cambiate De grupo. Debe haber un grupo donde puedas hablar en contra de quien quieras.

61 years ago today, the album ‘Frank Sinatra Conducts Tone Poems Of Color’ was released. Listen to the record below.
https://ume.lnk.to/TonePoemsOfColor

Production started at MGM Studios for ‘Take Me Out to the Ball Game’ with Frank and Gene Kelly, on this date in 1948.

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Philip Stromer

4 months ago

A _phenomenal_ album. His greatest album since "Watertown" in 1970. I'm glad he didn't put his disco version of "Night and Day" on here, lol.

Mark Heller

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The 'real' lyrics to Thanks for the Memory, not the Bob Hope one. Fourth lyric is set to be sung at a loved one's funeral!

Frank David King

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Imagine Sonny Bono's reaction when he found out his song was not only covered by Sinatra, but it would be the title track to the album! He must have been over the moon.

In July of 1961 Frank released the album ‘Come Swing With Me!’ He recorded at Capitol Records. Listen to the album again. https://UMe.lnk.to/ComeSwingWithMe

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Conrad Challis

4 months ago

Make yourself at home Frank and hit somebody ! Don Riccles to Frank Sinatra. He was and still is the greatest Vocalist. ..annunciation phraseology noteation and diction ...a colosus of a man .

Marie-Louise Rosati

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Han har alltid haft dom bästa orkesterledarna bakom sig först Harry James seda Nelson Riddley inye konstigt att han har hållit ställningarna i flera generationer Han var fantastisk

Conrad Challis

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Moonlight in vermont and all my tomorrow's are just some of my favourites ...it's when Frank and Nelson Riddle joined forces ...it's don't get any better than that !

Frank began filming for the movie ‘The Naked Runner’ on this day in 1966. The film was released one year later on July 7th.

'Strangers In The Night’ was the No. 1 album in the United States, reaching the peak of the Billboard Top 200, on this date in 1966. #sinatra #franksinatra #billboard #no1

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Joshua Yoshi Hernandez

5 months ago

Fell in love with my kids mother to this song..it was a late summer evening in the park over looking the river...the Sun was in twilight..I had my Nothing but the best CD on..and as if the God of Love herself willed it Stangers in the Night came on and I drew in close I held her and I placed my lips to hers and in that moment my mind and heart and spirit transcended into another realm and I knew I was in love and it started all as strangers in the Night just two lonely people..love was just a glance away a warm embracing chance away. Our relationship didn't last..although two beautiful boys were born from it and I have watched over them ever since..and I couldn't be more greatful. Thank you Frank.

Jonesy Martin

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When practicing playing my flute as a young kid, this is one of many Frank Sinatra songs I played. I was young and did know the lyrics until much older. What a beautiful song.

Brian Ragusa

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I saw him live at the Circle Star Theatre in 1988. A great show. To be in a small venue with a legend was something special. "Do Be Do Be Do Da Da De Da....."

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Philip Stromer

5 months ago

His two Duets albums are the worst two albums of his career. He was 80 years old, his voice was shot, and he shared the mic with wannabes. If you want to hear some GREAT Frank Sinatra, listen to his Capitol recordings from the 1950s...like "Come Fly with Me" or "Songs for Swingin' Lovers."

Elaine Stratos

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When I met Frank after singing at a Birthday party for his best friend Jilly Rizzo.....at the Latin Quarter in New Jersey.....i felt a tap on my shoulder and turned to look at the bluest eyes I have ever seen...with
a comment to me of YOU really know what your doin Baby!......kind of a stamp of approval from the Master...at a time when I was just struggling to sing...and ironically this happened to me by total happenstance.......as well as many other lucky things in my life......

Tom Wood

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Always have mixed feelings about the Duets albums - on one hand they came too late, were executed coldly (digitally sewing vocals together of artists not in the same room together) and displayed a more fragile sounding Sinatra. On the other hand, it was our last chance to hear the Voice pay homage to the songs that made his career successful while passing the torch to the next generation. Thank you Frank for your final studio albums!

Frank's album 'Nice ‘N’ Easy’ reached Gold status on June 21st, 1962 by the RIAA.