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Only Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson can rival Frank Sinatra for biggest-selling solo artist of all time. His jazz-influenced singing remained internationally renowned whatever whims, fashions or innovations were introduced by new generations. In a solo career that included over 70 albums and hundreds of singles, from the late-30s until the mid-90s, Sinatra remained universally loved even as ... Read more in Amazon's Frank Sinatra Store

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  • Audio CD (January 26, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Concord Records
  • ASIN: B0030GBSVG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,313 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Strangers In The Night
2. Summer Wind
3. All Or Nothing At All
4. Call Me
5. You're Driving Me Crazy!
6. On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)
7. My Baby Just Cares For Me
8. Downtown
9. Yes Sir, That's My Baby
10. The Most Beautiful Girl In The World
11. Strangers In The Night LIVE [Recorded at Budokan Hall, Tokyo, April `85] *bonus track
12. All Or Nothing At All LIVE [Recorded at Budokan Hall, Tokyo, April `85] *bonus track
13. Yes Sir, That's My Baby ALTERNATE TAKE [from the original 1966 session] *bonus track

Editorial Reviews

Frank was back on top after this 1966 LP hit #1 and snagged four Grammys. Somehow, this has been out of print for over 20 years; its long-awaited reissue adds live-in-Tokyo versions of Strangers in the Night and All or Nothing at All and a Yes Sir, That's My Baby alternate take to the original album versions plus another classic hit, Summer Wind , and more!

Customer Reviews

It's still a gem of an album, and worth 5 stars.
Tim Withee
His swagger just bursts through the grooves, the voice was still strong and perfectly mellowed.
Thomas L. Cafarella
Regarding the music itself... Frank Sinatra with Nelson Riddle.
Robert J. Keil

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Coleen on February 5, 2010
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This fun 1966 album should not be reviewed in comparison to other Sinatra albums from 1953 - 1967. So prolific and consistently excellent are Sinatra's recorded works from 1953 - 1967 (the average "That's Life" album, excepted), this album might rate merely 4 stars in comparison to Sinatra's other works; but, measured against all other artists, "Strangers in the Night" is an excellent album, and swings like crazy (except on the title track). Sinatra's slightly lesser efforts, such as this populist attempt to relate to some of the more modern sounds of the 1960's pop scene, are almost always better than other artists' very best efforts. The EXCELLENT REMASTERING is a noticeable improvement, and Sinatra's vocals are rich and more natural sounding than on the original version of the CD/album. The three extra tracks are OK, but the real reason to check out this remastered version is the original 10 tracks, which have never sounded better. If you at all have a soft spot for this unique Sinatra album (lotsa pop organ, driving Nelson Riddle arrangements), this remastered version will be an eye (and ear) opener to you and to all Sinatraphiles.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Tim Withee on October 11, 2000
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Maybe The Chairman was beyond his classic period, but he still had the chops that made him "the greatest saloon singer" of all time. I bought this album in the early 70s, and still have the side, in perfect condition. A friend of mine with a top-end stereo turned me on to the album. As we listened, the tune that grabbed me right off the bat was "All or Nothing at All," a 40s classic, updated and rearranged by Nelson Riddle. With the stereo cranked, the power of Sinatra's voice, backed by the amazing Riddle Orchestra, was unbelievable. You got the effect of the music just bursting out of the speakers! At last, I fully understood the meaning of "swing!" The album is a fine testament to the staying power of a great singer, artist and musician. Songs as his pop hit, "Strangers in the Night," the gorgeous "Summer Wind," "On a Clear Day," and "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World," to me are the highlights, and get superb treatment from the mature artist that Sinatra was at the time. His rich, mellow voice and his phrasing are perfect -- and has there ever been a singer more credible with a song than Sinatra? He paints pictures in your mind. "Summer Wind," still does it to me after all these years. Finally, the Nelson Riddle Orchestra is the perfect complement to the Man and his Music. Sure, this album might not be recognized as one of the alltime classic works of Sinatra, but that's okay. It's still a gem of an album, and worth 5 stars.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Brian H. Williams on March 9, 2010
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First off, Sinatra collectors take note, this has a total of THREE alternate takes. Not just the bonus one. To my surprise, Call Me is slightly different from the previously released one. Call Me has obviously different phrasing and can be spotted right away. I'm surprised other reviewers have not mentioned this. The alternate of Yes Sir, That's My Baby, is identical in phrasing, but has different solos by the oranist and the guitarist in the musical bridge. The Most Beautiful Girl in The World is also an alternate take. It is virtually identical. The only difference you can hear is in the line "Social? Not a bit." He phrases it slightly different than the released version. So having three different alternate takes is enough to make Sinatra collectors buy this. The remastering is excellent. The BEST these tracks have ever received. The new liner notes are excellent as well. This is a must buy for Frank collectors, so go out there and get it!

update 1-23-11

I was focusing on the alternate takes, that I never decided to check the other remasterings on the other cuts. I know that Summer Wind sounds much better than the previous issues, except that the channels are reversed. So this got me thinking to check the other cuts. So when I played Yes Sir, That's My Baby, I decided to compare it to my original open reel tape copy and my orginal LP pressing. What I discovered is that the sound stage of the new cd has been substantially reduced. On the LP the drum roll on the beginning of the song is clearly on the right side. The CD is in the center. Same goes for the organ. Both of them were on the right channel originally and they are no blended to the center. So much so that it might as well be mono. Gone is the super spacious sound that was once here.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 4, 1999
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This is an oddly satisfying album, and arose from odd circumstances. Sinatra had a hit on his hands (the title track), and was due to go into the studio with Riddle. As the hit was uptempo, Nelson went that way and came up with a fresh wrinkle -- the electric jazz organ. This may sound cheesy, as in "Sinatra sings the Beach Boys," but they pulled it off, the singer playing real loose with some of the lyrics (even forgetting the words on "You're Driving Me Crazy," a way of showing he found the material very light). The best track is "All or Nothing At All," with the organ whipping up a frenzy not even matched on the lilting version of Johnny Mercer's "Summer Wind" we all know so well.
As always, Riddle had the creative juices to take an idea just one step further. Great fun. It has the feel of the Austin Powers soundtrack about it, and I'm sure the Man of Mystery would agree with my review title.
Side note: As "Sinatra '67", this was Number One in Europe for weeks and weeks, and it knocked The Beatles "Rubber Soul" off the top of the charts, just as the single knocked them down a peg here in the States. The old singer must have gotten a kick out of that.
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