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Frank Sinatra – “The 500 Club”

The 500 Club Atlantic City, New Jersey * Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis started their Careers here. Frank Sinatra performed there each summer. And every star in Hollywood would be there at one time or another.  It was THE place to be from the mid-1940’s until the early 1960’s. Without a doubt, “The Hottest Nightclub” […]

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Frank Sinatra – I Could Write a Book – Kim Novak / Pal Joey

Frank Sinatra “I Could Write a Book” Kim Novak / Pal Joey * This is that great clip when Frank, on stage singing “I Could Write a Book” motions to Kim Novak to join him, which she does. In a Beautiful Gown, Kim dances with Frank as they finish the song together.   Nelson Riddle […]

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Silent Night – Frank Sinatra

Silent Night  Frank Sinatra * “Silent Night” is one of the most popular Christmas carols of all time. It was composed in 1818 by Franz Gruber in the small town of Oberndorf bei Salzburg, Austria. “Silent Night” was declared an intangible cultural heritage piece by UNESCO in 2011. * Join Frank on THE NEXT PAGE […]

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Frank Sinatra & Bob Hope – “Autumn Leaves” – PRICELESS & Very Funny

Frank Sinatra & Bob Hope “Autumn Leaves” – Very Funny * This is a PRICELESS clip of these two greats performing Autumn Leaves. Take a moment and visit a day gone by when Bob and Frank were contnually in the limelight. VERY FUNNY * Join us on THE NEXT PAGE and Smile

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Sinatra and Basie – Otober 16, 1965 – PRICELESS

Frank Sinatra and Count Basie – 16 October, 1965 – Hollywood Palace – PRICELESS I don’t know … I can’t help it. There are performers and then there are PERFORMERS.  And to me they just don’t make them like this anymore. Sinatra and Basie… REALLY! I could listen to this stuff forever.  This particular performance dates back […]

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Frank Sinatra – Quincy Jones – SPECTACULAR ARRANGEMENT – “After You’ve Gone”

Frank Sinatra – Quincy Jones – “After You’ve Gone”  SPECTACULAR ARRANGEMENT If you are a fan of Mr. S. then you’ll love this arrangement conducted by Quincy Jones.  The word SPECTACULAR is all I can say. Take a listen and see if you agree… I just can’t stop moving as I listen to this great […]

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“PRICELESS” – Dean and Frank – SIMPLY THE BEST

Dean and Frank Priceless Medley * Francis Albert Sinatra was born on December 12, 1915 to an Italian immigrant couple living in Hoboken, N.J. An only child, Sinatra’s parents hoped that their son would become an engineer.   Dean Martin, born Dino Crocetti on June 7, 1917 was born in Steubanville Ohio. His parents were from the […]

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VERY RARE – “Stormy Weather” (Live In Studio) – Frank Sinatra & The Quincy Jones Big Band

“Stormy Weather” (Live In Studio) – Frank Sinatra & The Quincy Jones Big Band VERY RARE This clip was actually recorded in the Studio with Frank and Quincy Jones directing. For Sinatra fans this is the kind of intimate look at the man that we all cherish. Great video, you can watch Frank “feel” the song […]

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Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole Duet – Very Rare

Frank Sinatra & Nat King Cole  Very Rare * I loved both Sinatra and Nat King Cole but honestly I never heard them together until I discovered this rare recording of them both back on March 13, 1946. This particular clip was performed on a program called the “Judy Garland Experience”. This is a brief […]

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Frank Sinatra “Live”- All or Nothing At All – Nelson Riddle

Frank Sinatra “Live”- All or Nothing At All – Nelson Riddle Arrangement – This was the first song that Old Blue Eyes recorded as a professional. One of his best too. This particular version was arranged by Nelson Riddle. A little interesting history: Frank Sinatra’s 1939 recording of the song became a huge hit in […]

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