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All the Way
45 (7" single, 45 rpm)
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Frank Sinatra - All The Way - 7" Vinyl
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on May 10, 2016
Format: VinylVerified Purchase
While these may have originally been issued as B sides to his more popular late 50's recordings, these are all superior examples of why he reigned as the most recognizable vocalist of this period. One of my personal favorites is All My Tomorrows, that just is so full of hope and optimism with a great score by Cahn and Van Heusen that I never get tired of listening to it and prefer it to his recording almost 10 years later that was on the My Way album. Not to be outdone, but his version of Witchcraft is also outstanding. There are other little faves such as French Foreign Legion, River Stay Away From my Door and Old MacDonald that are just amazing. Same goes for the ballads such as This Was My Love, Sleep Warm and To Love and Be Loved, and of course High Hopes. If you like Sinatra and his late 50's sound, get this LP.
"All the Way" is a collection of singles and B-Sides from the last years Frank Sinatra spent at Capitol Records, which means that by definition it lacks the thematic unity of his best albums from this period. However, four of the dozen songs are by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen, including the title track and "High Hopes." Along with "Witchcraft" those are the three best songs on the album. You will also find an interesting take on another kiddie song, "Ol' MacDonald," which is done as a sort of jazzy farmer's daughter joke. If you have the Complete Capitol Singles Collection of Frank Sinatra, then you have no need for this CD version of the 1961 release because you already have all the songs. At the very least, you probably already have the three big hits in your music library.
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The tracks shown here for the CD are not the same songs that were on the vinyl album All the Way. Completely different.