Get Happy - Frank Sinatra - The Very Best Of


2013
Label: Metro Select - METRSL070 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Easy Listening, Big Band
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It's difficult to call this set "the very best-of" Frank Sinatrasince it only assembles tracks from the s, with songs recorded for RCA Victor when Sinatra was singing with Tommy Dorsey 's orchestra as well as sides from Sinatra 's first solo sessions with Columbia Records, making this, in truth, a sort of "best-of early" Frank Sinatra.

But hey, this is Frankone of the most graceful and assured pop singers of the 20th century, so you get gems like his wonderful version of Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn 's "Saturday Night Is the Loneliest Night. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Get Happy - Frank Sinatra - The Very Best Of enable JavaScript in Strange Meadow Lark - The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Time Out browser to use the site fully.

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Stream or buy on:. Release Date October 28, Genre Vocal Jazz. Track Listing. Blue Skies. Frank Sinatra. Nancy With the Laughing Face. Five Minutes More. Sweet Lorraine. I'll Never Smile Again. All of Me. Should I Reveal. Night and Day. Walking in the Sunshine. American Beauty Rose. Spotify Amazon.


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Zutaxe says:
It's difficult to call this set "the very best-of" Frank Sinatra, since it only assembles tracks from the s, with songs recorded for RCA Victor when Sinatra was singing with Tommy Dorsey's orchestra as well as sides from Sinatra's first solo sessions with Columbia Records, making this, in truth, a sort of "best-of early" Frank Sinatra.6/

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