The best singer of all times!!!
Can you post up a link based on what Frank Sinatra says about “My Way”?
Gladly! Please check the website within 3 days, I am working on few things so might take some time. Thanks for your interest
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
– 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!!
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.
I still don’t see more of the songs listed on here! Is everything alright?
His voice defined a decade and America will forever remember his impact on their lives.
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.
So many great songs by Frank. I think “Summer Wind” is probably my favorite recording of all time. Absolute perfection all around. If you’re interested, my friend Lawrence and I launched a podcast earlier this year about Frank Sinatra and bourbon. You can find it at http://www.franklydrinking.com and other places where you access podcasts. Right now, we’ve released nine episodes, each of which features three Sinatra songs and two whiskeys. We typically taste a bourbon early in the show and end the show by tasting a variant of Jack Daniel’s, Frank’s favorite whiskey. Lawrence and I grew up together in suburban Atlanta, where we both still live. We’re not experts or anything, but we share an appreciation for the timeless music of Frank Sinatra and the taste of American whiskeys. I invite you to check out Frankly Drinking at http://www.franklydrinking.com or wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks!
I watched Anchors aweigh in the lock down and fell in love with him
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