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“Mamma” Luciano Pavarotti 

“Mamma” Luciano Pavarotti  *   From our experience here The Everybody Loves Italian Family “Mamma” rates as one of the most popular Italian songs of all time. Each time we post Mamma no matter the singer the reach goes through the roof. I imagine its pretty simple though. Many of us have lost our Moms […]

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O’ Sole Mio – Luciano Pavarotti & Bryan Adams – Duet Performance

O’ Sole Mio Luciano Pavarotti & Bryan Adams   *   Our beloved Luciano Pavarotti needs no introduction. In our memories He remains the King of High C’s and a one of the most revered personalities of all time. This concert performance features a Priceless duet with Canadian Superstar Bryan Adams.      *   […]

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Easter Parade Frank Sinatra – 1948 – Wonderful Recording

Easter Parade Frank Sinatra – 1948 Wonderful Recording *   Frank Sinatra’s third album, was originally released in 1948 as a 78 rpm album set, and a 10″ LP record was released two years later.  When Frank was featured as a priest in The Miracle of the Bells, due to press negativity surrounding his alleged Mafia connections at the […]

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Frank Sinatra & Celine Dion Fantastic Tribute – “All The Way”

Frank Sinatra & Celine Dion “All The Way” Fantastic Tribute  *     This particular video is of Celine singing with Frank in the distance. It’s a must see if you are either an Old Blue Eyes or Celine Dion Fan. Wonderfully done. Bravo David Foster and Celine. The Best of Celine Dion & David […]

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Frank Sinatra & Nancy Sinatra – Somethin’ Stupid

Frank Sinatra & Nancy Sinatra Somethin’ Stupid *     “Somethin’ Stupid“, also “Something Stupid”, is a song written by C. Carson Parks. It was originally recorded in 1966 by Parks and his wife Gaile Foote, as Carson and Gaile. The song is best known for the 1967 version by Frank Sinatra and his daughter Nancy Sinatra, which reached number […]

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Sinatra  “Strangers in the Night”

Frank Sinatra  “Strangers in the Night” * “Strangers in the Night” is a song credited to Bert Kaempfert with English lyrics by Charles Singleton and Eddie Snyder. Kaempfert originally used it under the title “Beddy Bye” as part of the instrumental score for the movie A Man Could Get Killed. The song was made famous in 1966 by Frank Sinatra.   Reaching #1 on both […]

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Dean Martin with Don Knotts as Frank Sinatra – PRICELESS

Dean Martin with Don Knotts as Frank Sinatra * Hope you enjoy this cute piece with Don impersonating Frank Sinatra on the Dean Martin Show. PRICELESS       Jesse Donald Knotts (July 21, 1924 – February 24, 2006) was an American actor and comedian, best known as Deputy Sheriff Barney Fife on The Andy Griffith Show, a 1960s sitcom for […]

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Frank Sinatra – London 1962 – LIVE “You Make Me Feel So Young” 

Frank Sinatra   “You Make Me Feel So Young” LIVE in London 1962 * This is a LIVE video of Frank back in 1962, performing at the Royal Festival Hall in London. 1962 seems like such a long time ago and yet in another way it was just yesterday.    At that time Frank was at […]

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The Rat Pack – LIVE St. Louis 1965 (Comedic) The Birth of the Blues

The Rat Pack – LIVE St. Louis 1965 (Comedic) The Birth of the Blues *     On June 20th, 1965, the Rat Pack took the stage at the Kiel Opera House in St. Louis for a fundraiser to benefit Dismas House, the first halfway house for ex-convicts.  Frank,  Dean and Sammy were joined by […]

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Lady Blue Eyes – Barbara Sinatra 

Lady Blue Eyes Barbara Sinatra  * Barbara Marx Sinatra was an American model, showgirl, socialite, philanthropist, and the fourth wife of Frank Sinatra.   * On March 10, 1927, she was born Barbara Ann Blakeley in Bosworth, Missouri,  the elder of two daughters. Her parents were Charles Willis Blakeley and Irene Prunty . At age 10, she moved with her parents […]

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