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  1. Rafael October 11, 2011 at 03:49 - Reply

    The best singer of all times!!!

  2. Michael Wind March 29, 2012 at 22:53 - Reply

    Can you post up a link based on what Frank Sinatra says about “My Way”?

    • thefranksinatra March 30, 2012 at 01:36 - Reply

      Gladly! Please check the website within 3 days, I am working on few things so might take some time. Thanks for your interest

  3. youngblueeyes April 11, 2012 at 09:06 - Reply

    I checked the blog and I couldn’t find “My Way” on this site!
    You should put up more links based on what Sinatra says about:

    – New York, New York
    – Bad, Bad Leroy Brown
    – Summer Wind
    – Let Me Try Again
    – If
    – Come Fly With Me
    – You Will Be My Music
    – My Kind Of Town, etc.

    Whenever you have a chance, please put those links onto this site! Thanks so much!!

    • Ozgun Akalin April 11, 2012 at 12:41 - Reply

      After 13th of April, there shall be lots of posts about many songs. I will try to focus on these famous songs, thanks for interest.

  4. Michael Wind November 26, 2012 at 05:41 - Reply

    I still don’t see more of the songs listed on here! Is everything alright?

  5. Erin April 13, 2014 at 03:05 - Reply

    His voice defined a decade and America will forever remember his impact on their lives.

  6. Nick in Toronto September 22, 2016 at 14:22 - Reply

    It is fascinating to watch the evolution to this site. ( should mention that on September 5th of 2015. my wife and I were involved in an auto accident. I woke up some 3 weeks later to find my memory virtually wiped away. Aside from contacting one member of the Forum, I was too embarrassed to post. I still prefer not to talk of the accident. I did, however, regain my memory slowly although it will apparently a’never be the same”. Seeing this post about Only The Lonely, did stir some memories. Apparently I am one of the few members who have heard Frank Sinatra’s miguided attempts to record Lush Life. (I was sent a copy of the recording session from a person in New York who believed that any Sinatra is better than no Sinatra. The chart, written by Nelson Riddle, is extremely unusual, starting with the verse in 3/4 tempo, and replete with clinkers and clams which FS just doesn’t care to deal with, particularly with Riddle away attending a family loss. Beyond that, the incomplete takes are little more than a curiosity – one best overlooked.

  7. Ronald TAYLOR November 8, 2019 at 18:39 - Reply

    fantastic Frank

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