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Frank Sinatra – I’ve Got the World on a String – VERY RARE

Frank Sinatra  I’ve Got the World on a String  VERY RARE * “I’ve Got The World on a String” is a 1932 popular song composed by Harold Arlen, with lyrics written by Ted Koehler, originally released in 1953 as one of Frank Sinatra’s singles under Capitol Records. The first album to use this song was the 1956 […]

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Frank Sinatra as Jimmy Durante with Jimmy Durante as his Father – PRICELESS

Frank Sinatra as Jimmy Durante with Jimmy Durante as his Father. ABSOLUTELY PRICELESS !   Frank Sinatra and Jimmy Durante together. There is not much you can say about this one except that it is a MUST WATCH. Frank Sinatra plays Jimmy Durante and Jimmy Durante plays his father. Very Unique, Rare and definitely Priceless……. […]

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Frank Sinatra – “My Boy Bill” (Soliloquy)

Frank Sinatra – My Boy Bill (Soliloquy) * “Soliloquy” is a 1945 song composed by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Written for their 1945 musical Carousel It was introduced by John Raitt. * Frank Sinatra NEXT PAGE “My Boy Bill”

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Nancy Sinatra – For My Dad

Nancy Sinatra – For My Dad This is a tribute from Nancy to her Dad. Something appropriate on Father’s Day. Take a listen…. Sinatra Quote “I would like to be remembered as a man who had a wonderful time living his life, and who had good friends, a fine family. I don’t think I could […]

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Frank Sinatra – Mack the Knife

Sinatra Mack the Knife The main character of this song is a swashbuckling thief named Macheath. He’s a dashing romantic, a gentleman pickpocket, a Robin Hood type. He is polite to the people he robs, avoids violence, and shows impeccable good manners while cheating on his wife. * Video on THE NEXT PAGE

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Frank Sinatra – I Won’t Dance

Frank Sinatra – I Won’t Dance Won’t Dance” is a song featured in Frank Sinatra’s 1956 Capitol album A Swingin’ Affair!. Sinatra rerecorded this song under Reprise in 1962 album featuring Count Basie’s Orchestra, Sinatra-Basie: An Historic Musical First. This rendition was slightly longer than the original Nelson Riddle cut. This song was also, but […]

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Frank Sinatra – What is America to Me – The House I Live In

Frank Sinatra “The House I Live in”  What is America to Me * In 2007, this film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant”. * Join us on Page Two for this Famous Clip From Wikipedia

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Frank Sinatra & Friends – Wonderful

Frank Sinatra & Friends Wonderful   *   Join us for the Wonderful video with Frank and a bunch of his friends – Loretta Lynn, Tony Bennett, Natalie Cole, Dean, Leslie Uggams, John Denver and Robert Merrill with the incomparable Nelson Riddle Conducting.   There has never been and probably will never be a performer […]

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Frank Sinatra and Louie Armstrong “Birth of the Blues”

Frank Sinatra and Louie Armstrong Birth of the Blues * This is a really great clip of Frank and Satchmo – talk about talent – these guys had it without end. Louie and Frank perform the Birth of the Blues – truly a classic and you will enjoy watching the interaction between Old Blue Eyes […]

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Frank Sinatra Special: Elvis First Appearance out of the Army – 1960

Frank Sinatra Special Elvis ‘s First Appearance out of the Army Welcome Home Elvis was a 1960 television special on ABC starring Frank Sinatra.   * The Frank Sinatra Special featured Elvis Presley in his first televised appearance since coming home from his military service in Germany. This particular Frank Sinatra show was a great […]

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