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Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra

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  • The Basics

    Academy Award® winner, quintessential swinger, Presidential confidant, record company founder — oh, and did we mention the biggest pop star of the 20th century? — Frank Sinatra more than earned his lifetime appointment as Chairman of the Board. Just listen to him in all his swingin' magnificence, top hat brimming with Stork Club suavity on Cole Porter's "Night and Day," shot glass overflowing with bourbon-soaked sorrows in "One for My Baby." And who could ask for a better epitaph than "My Way," opening in apologetic reflection, and then freight-training its way into fist-in-the-air, jut-jawed defiance. (Frank's headstone, incidentally, is inscribed with the title of a very different, and, given its location, oddly hopeful song — "The Best Is Yet To Come," which you can find in our Next Steps.)

    Also in Next Steps, Frank gets his first big hit, teams up with the biggest big band ever, duets with his daughter, and more.

    $2.97 The Basics
  • Next Steps

    Most folks think of Frank as the fedora-wearin', Thunderbird-drivin', Rat Pack-leadin' king of the swingers. But all that was only one dazzling facet on his seven-decade jewel of a career. Want to hear where it all began? Then check out the 23-year-old crooner fronting the Harry James Orchestra, gliding through "All or Nothing At All," his honey-drenched voice aching its way to a final, rafter-raising climax. Bandleader Tommy Dorsey was so impressed, he swiped Sinatra from James, and the puffball gorgeousness of "I'll Never Smile Again" floated to the top of the charts for a dozen dreamy weeks. A quarter-century later, at the height of his daughter's boots-made-for-walkin' stardom, Frank Sinatra needed only two takes with Nancy to boost "Somethin' Stupid," their tale of tongue-tangled timidity, to #1.

    In Deep Cuts, Frank sings America's praises, goes bossa nova, and more.

    $5.94 Next Steps
  • Deep Cuts

    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, The House I Live In, 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.

    $4.95 Deep Cuts
  • Complete Set

    From the hard-scrabble slums of Hoboken to the gilt-edged palaces of the Vegas Strip, nobody — but nobody — defined the word style like Francis Albert Sinatra. At every step — King of the Bobby Soxers, Leader of the Rat Pack, Chairman of the Board — Frank's star blazed with a bare-knuckled elegance that every man aspired to and every woman longed for, if only for a moment. As music historian Will Friedwald noted, Sinatra "was not only the single greatest interpreter of the American popular songbook . . . he was, in a sense, its inventor." The songs are legendary: "Night And Day," "Strangers In The Night," "My Way," and so many more. He crafted their every phrase, laid in each sugar-sweetened string and rimshot-climaxed drum roll, with Swiss-watch precision. And that voice — imitated by thousands, never even remotely equaled. After literally hundreds of albums and generations of bringing crowds to their feet, more than a decade after his passing, it's Frank's world — still — and we just get to live in it.

    $13.86 Complete Set

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Frank Sinatra: Essential

Frank Sinatra has a voice that makes me feel... amazing. With that astounding voice, singing those meaningful lyrics, there's no doubt Frank Sinatra loved what he did. No matter what anyone says, Sinatra lives on. He inspires me to go on and expirience life. From "Theme of New York, New York": If I can make it there, I'll make it... anywhere. What a man he was...

5 Stars

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