Classic Sinatra

December 16, 2016 - Comment

Capitol’s first single-disc Sinatra “best-of,” featuring 20 tracks-all 24-bit remastered! Includes I’ve Got the World on a String; I Get a Kick Out of You; Young at Heart; In the Wee Small Hours; I’ve Got You Under My Skin; You Make Me Feel So Young; Oh Look at Me Now; Night and Day; Witchcraft; The

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Capitol’s first single-disc Sinatra “best-of,” featuring 20 tracks-all 24-bit remastered! Includes I’ve Got the World on a String; I Get a Kick Out of You; Young at Heart; In the Wee Small Hours; I’ve Got You Under My Skin; You Make Me Feel So Young; Oh Look at Me Now; Night and Day; Witchcraft; The Lady Is a Tramp; Come Fly with Me; One for My Baby , and more.Few would dispute that Frank Sinatra was one of the greatest popular singers of the 20th century. His voice had distinct power and majesty, whether he was belting out a swinging dance number or softly crooning a tender ballad. When he was at his height, no one could touch him, and the songs collected on Classic Sinatra showcase the range of his talent. Recorded during his memorable run for Capitol Records in the 1950s, the songs here are more than just his best, they’re often the definitive recordings: “I Get a Kick out of You,” “Young at Heart,” “Witchcraft,” “The Lady Is a Tramp,” “In the Wee Small Hours,” and “I’ve Got You Under My Skin.” Like almost everything Sinatra recorded during this period, there isn’t a dud to be found, which makes Classic Sinatra a perfect introduction to the work of this truly great talent. –Robert Burrow

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  • SINATRA FRANK
  • CLASSIC SINATRA – 1953/1960
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • MUSIC

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Richard M. Rollo says:

His way. I think I took Sinatra for granted when I was younger. He seemed to be just another old guy trying a little too hard to be hip. He was getting a lot of bad press in those days. But, I remember I sat up and took notice when I heard some of his earliest recordings with Harry James (“All or Nothing at All”) and Tommy Dorsey(“I’ll Never Smile Again.”) His singing just jumped off of those records.When Sinatra was coming up in the music world, Bing Crosby was on top. Crosby had a…

Amazon Customer says:

… all the Sinatra albums and I learned to really enjoy his talent Frank Sinatra has hundreds of albums and it is hard to find really good compilations, but this album is it. During the Capitol years, everything came together: the technology to make great-sounding records, Nelson Riddle’s rich arrangements, and a mature and still very strong Sinatra fighting his way back to the top. This was the pinnacle of music before rock music showed up and changed everything.This compilation takes the best of the string of great albums from Capitol. So how can…

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