Sinatra: Best of the Best of the Best of The Best!

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Hearing wonderful news and not sharing with you? Impossible. The official Frank Sinatra fan page on facebook has announced that we have an incoming album: Sinatra: Best of the Best. This collection is told to be a beautiful marriage of songs from Capitol years and Reprise years and consists of 2 CD’s. Here are the songs.

Sinatra Best Of The Best

CD 1

1. I’ve Got The World On A String
2. My Funny Valentine
3. Young At Heart
4. In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning
5. Love And Marriage
6. You Make Me Feel So Young
7. I’ve Got You Under My Skin
8. The Lady Is A Tramp
9. Witchcraft
10. All The Way
11. Come Fly With Me
12. Angel Eyes
13. Nice ‘N’ Easy
14. Night And Day
15. The Way You Look Tonight
16. My Kind Of Town
17. Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)
18. It Was A Very Good Year
19. Strangers In The Night
20. Summer Wind
21. That’s Life
22. My Way
23. Theme From New York, New York

CD 2 IN CONCERT Live In Seattle

1. Introduction/You Make Me Feel So Young
2. It Happened In Monterey
3. At Long Last Love
4. I Get A Kick Out Of You
5. Just One Of Those Things
6. A Foggy Day
7. The Lady Is A Tramp
8. They Can’t Take That Away From Me
9. I Won’t Dance
10. Sinatra Dialogue
11. When Your Lover Has Gone
12. Violets For Your Furs
13. My Funny Valentine
14. Glad To Be Unhappy
15. One For My Baby
16. The Tender Trap
17. Hey Jealous Lover
18. I’ve Got You Under My Skin
19. Oh! Look At Me Now

Now, I know this is just a Sinatra: Best of the Best album, not Sinatra: Best of the Best of the Best of The Best as title suggests, but thanks to the lovely authorities, some people keep choosing the best songs of Frank Sinatra for us over and over again. So in maybe 10 or 20 years, we may buy the Sinatra: Best of the Best of the Best of The Best album as well. These authorities are so good at choosing songs that they include “Love and Marriage” in this Sinatra: Best of the Best set. Okay, you may very well love that song; but including it in the best of best album? Don’t think that makes sense. Mayhaps in a “Most Popular” album.

Again, thanks to the authorities, we can pay again for the same songs. And why? Because they are in a different CD! And the album name is different! How wonderful.

How about editing and improving some unreleased concerts, making some effort for Sinatra? How about releasing some HD concerts, instead of putting the concerts together that were already released and naming it “Concert Collection” ? How about buying those 200+ recorded shows of Frank Sinatra and releasing them instead of letting them gather dust in a cellar in a club? But of course Sinatra: Best of the Best is a nice of making quick money.

My friends, there are lots of things to say, but who is listening? Making money using the name Frank Sinatra is easy. The important thing is, doing such work that Sinatra legacy deserves. Maybe one day…

By | 2017-06-10T00:19:38+03:00 September 15th, 2011|Categories: Articles|Tags: , , , , |5 Comments


  1. PA3357U-3BRL September 15, 2011 at 21:43 - Reply

    Tony and Gaga did a good job on The Lady Is A Tramp, I’m not a big fan of jazz though so I’m eh

  2. tom October 16, 2011 at 05:47 - Reply

    well stated.
    the idea that we keep getting the same old stuff is an insult to Sinatra fans.

    what fan doesnt already have those recordings???

    i have to buy them because i want the 57 concert..which i dont have and been waiting years for.

    would appreciate info about that 61 concert from sydney.
    where is it available?

    • thefranksinatra October 16, 2011 at 18:09 - Reply

      1961 Sydney Concert is an absolutely super one, I will make sure to write about that the following, I will also make it available for people to watch.

  3. charles thain November 17, 2011 at 20:24 - Reply

    why did sinatra make a comeback in 1973 after reting in style in 1971. his voice went into a irreversible decline from the mid 70s and sadly he continued to make records of a much inferior quality. i tell young people today to listen and study sinatra of the 40s, 50s and 60s. not listen to duets etc and think that was the real sinatra. sinatra on columbia and capitol is what i tell them to listen to.

    • thefranksinatra November 27, 2011 at 04:52 - Reply

      I think once your life becomes music, it is not possible to quit it. Even today’s crappy singers are so willing to continue singing. Sinatra knew how it was to be the real best, and that feeling fill made him go on. I definitely agree with you, the real Sinatra is 40s, 50s and 60s. And duets? Are they even duets? They sang seperately and computers combined them. But I think some of the concerts from 80s, even 90s are really good and worth listening to. Concert For Americas, 85 Japan and some bootleg concerts are really outstanding. But I would stay away from albums.

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