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Sinatra's Sinatra (Pre-Recorded Reel To Reel Audio Tape)
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"I've Got You Under My Skin" features a more mature Sinatra swinging brightly just like the star he always was! Frank never sings a superfluous note and this impresses me greatly. The musical arrangement by Nelson Riddle lacks nothing--it's all THAT good. "In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning," a number generally thought to be a song about Frank's breakup with Ava Gardner, shines like silver and gold when Sinatra gives this a very sensitive rendition and the music that accompanies him is beautiful. What a beautiful torch song! There's also "The Second Time Around;" "The Second Time Around" places Frank squarely front and center--and that's OK by me! Great!
"Witchcraft" was always one of my very favorite Frank Sinatra songs; and Frank certainly doesn't disappoint me here. His voice is strong and full of warmth; and I like this number very much. The arrangement by Nelson Riddle is very elegant, too. "Young At Heart" charms me with its beauty; and Frank sings this flawlessly. I could never tire of hearing Frank Sinatra performing "Young At Heart;" his delivery of this timeless ballad always moves me.
"All The Way" is easily a major highlight of this album; Frank Sinatra performs this with panache and I really enjoy "All The Way." The strings enhance the natural beauty of this melody and I predict that you'll enjoy this number very much if you haven't heard it sung by Sinatra already.Read more ›
Sinatra had a genius for consistently interpreting songs in their most enchanting manner as evident in the way he sings my all-time favorites from this set starting off with the perfect opener to this pretty impressive collection, "I've Got You Under My Skin" to the poignantly affecting "In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning" down to the final track, "Put Your Dreams Away."
The Chairman of the Board is at his utmost confidence as he gives heartfelt readings of Sammy Cahn's meaningful lyrics set to the charming melodies of Jim Van Heusen -- "All The Way," "Call Me Irresponsible" (I simply loved the way he hums on the intro) and "The Second Time Around," three of my all-time favorites from a great pair of songwriters. Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh's "Witchraft" is also one of my highlights done in a playful and lilting fashion. Its uptempo arrangement is such a delight to my ears.
"Young At Heart," co-written by Johnny Richards and Carolyn Leigh for the 1954 film of the same title is one of Sinatra masterpieces and one of the most beautiful songs he ever recorded. Just like what a dear friend of mine always say: "It's always nice to be young at heart! Forty is the new twenty.Read more ›
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Replaced a favorite vinyl record. Great selection of Sinatra classics.Published 10 months ago by Paul Desmond
This is proof positive that an artist should never try to repeat himself. Clearly, the original versions recorded for Capital Records are definitive. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ricardo Mio
What else can be said? The greatest vocalist that ever lived with one of the greatest arrangers of all time. This collection is in a class by itself.Published 12 months ago by eulerslepthere
If you are looking for the quintessential Sinatra then this is a great album to accompany the fabulous "Nothing but the Best" since "Call Me Irresponsible" is the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by JRL NY
My second album because nothing says Sinatra than the needle on the vinyl. Love his voice and his songs are timeless. Can't wait to get some more of his albums. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amy's Bookshelf Reviews