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Frank Sinatra was born in 1915 in Hoboken, New Jersey which is acknowledged to be the birthplace of Baseball. Born to Italian immigrants the singer had a difficult early life, as he was constantly getting into fights and trouble with the law.


Frank Sinatra Songs List:

Song Album Released Listen
Fly Me To The Moon Down With Love: Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture 2008
Luck Be A Lady Nothing But The Best: The Frank Sinatra Collection 2008
Young At Heart The Capitol Years 1990
My Way [The Frank Sinatra Collection] My Way 2009
Strangers In The Night Sing Frank Sinatra, Vol.2 2002
Once Upon A Time September Of My Years 2010
Besame Mucho Frank Sinatra Sings Your Hit Parade - Vol. 1 1998
The Best Is Yet To Come Nothing But The Best: The Frank Sinatra Collection 2008
This Town Ocean's Thirteen: Music From The Motion Picture 2010
Let It Snow The Radio Years: 1939-1955 1995
Little Drummer Boy White Christmas 2010
I Love You Sinatra Sings Cole Porter 2003
Let Me Try Again Sinatra: New York 2009
L.A. Is My Lady Live At The Meadowlands 2009
The Girl From Ipanema Nothing But The Best: The Frank Sinatra Collection 2008
Karaoke: That's Life (Minus Track Without Backgrounds) Sing Baritone v.14 2008
Bang Bang She Shot Me Down 2010
Autumn Leaves Frank & Marilyn: 22 Evergreens From Frank Sinatra & Marilyn Monroe 2009
It Had To Be You A Voice In Time (1939-1952) 2007
Tangerine Sinatra And Swingin' Brass 2009
Bewitched The Rat Pack 2001
Wave Sinatra/Jobim: The Complete Reprise Recordings 2010
You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You A1 Record Shop - Popular Songs Volume Three 2007
Imagination A Voice In Time 2007
For Once In My Life Live At The Meadowlands 2009
Frank Sinatra - Moon River The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings Disc 7 1960
When You're Smiling Sinatra's Swingin' Session!!! & More 1998
Get Happy Songs For Young Lovers/Swing Easy! 1998
Medley Young Blue Eyes: Birth Of The Crooner 2008
What'll I Do Falling In Love With You 2010
On The Sunny Side Of The Street The Capitol Years 1990
The Impossible Dream [The Quest] [The Frank Sinatra Collection] That's Life 2009
Laura A Voice In Time 2007
Call Me Strangers In The Night 2010
Yes Sir, That's My Baby Strangers In The Night 2010
Jeepers Creepers Songs For Young Lovers/Swing Easy! 1998
Nancy (With The Laughing Face) 16 Most Requested Songs 1995
I Have Dreamed Sinatra: New York 2009
Love Me Tender Trilogy: Past, Present & Future 2009
Silent Night A Jolly Christmas From Frank Sinatra 2007
I've Got The World On A String The Capitol Years 1990
Embraceable You I've Got A Crush On You 1995
Say It Young Blue Eyes: Birth Of The Crooner 2008
The Little Drummer Boy [The Frank Sinatra Collection] Christmas With Sinatra And Friends 2009
Something Trilogy: Past, Present & Future 2009
Lady Is A Tramp Sing Duet v.7 2008
High Hopes The Capitol Years 1990
Glad To Be Unhappy In The Wee Small Hours 1998
Songs By Sinatra Radio Days Volume 3 2010
America The Beautiful The Columbia Years (1943-1952) The Complete Recordings 2006

Frank Sinatra: Chairman of the Board

“Alcohol may be man's worst enemy, but the bible says love your enemy” Frank Sinatra

‘Ol Blue Eyes!

Nobody messes with Frank Sinatra, the look of the devil in a suit, that operatic voice with an evil smile and of courses the swagger and the bad attitude! Frank Sinatra is more than a legend, he is an institution, he is the boss of all bosses, he is the trouble shooter and the trouble maker, Frank’s voice plays over his music, he owns the audiences in his hands and he is America’s answer to the World and the British invasion; pop music creator, Hollywood’s leading man, a ladies man, the painter and the poet, the scarred soul, the 18-karat manic depressive, the Don of Las Vegas and the King of New York City – (“much more than this I did it my way”)

The Singer from Elysian Fields

Frank Sinatra was born in 1915 in Hoboken, New Jersey which is acknowledged to be the birthplace of Baseball. Born to Italian immigrants the singer had a difficult early life, as he was constantly getting into fights and trouble with the law. His first big break came when in 1939 after listening to many demos legendary band leader Tommy Dorsey asked him to join his band. The band toured America and Sinatra got early recognition as a performer with star power. By 1943, Sinatra had gone solo and was making performing on stage to rioting fans.

From 1945 – 1949 Sinatra recorded and performed all over America and “Sinatra mania” was starting! In 1953 he won an academy award for his movie “From Here to Eternity” and he never looked back. After signing with Capitol records Sinatra released some of his best and most commercially successful albums ever. From 53-57 he recorded emotional ballads and hip swing music which were chartbusters. His song “I’ve got you under my skin” became one of his biggest hits. His next album Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonelystayed on the charts for an unprecedented 120 weeks.  

The Rat Pack!

In 1960 Frank Sinatra started his own record label Reprise records which prompted his title Chairman of the Board. His TV show even had Elvis as guest which was an iconic show. Frank Sinatra then made the original “Oceans 11” with his friends popularly knows as the Rat Pack. (Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Joey Bishop and Peter Lawford.) Their notoriety of womanizing and heavy drinking has been well documented. Sinatra also played a Martin Luther King benefit at the legendary Carnegie Hall. Sinatra became an unlikely hero of the early 60s African American equality.

Along with legendary jazz pianist Count Basie he recorded Sinatra-Basie, an iconic album with the jazz and melodic sounds gave Frank Sinatra one of his big albums. The song “I won’t dance” is one of his most memorable recordings. In 1966 Sinatra recorded his first album from his residency performance at the Las Vegas Sands called Sinatra at the Sands” was a massive success.
”A Man and His Music”
gave Sinatra a Grammy Album of the Year! Throughout the 60’s Frank recorded hit selling singles like “Strangers in the Night” another Grammy winning song; TV specials and stage shows were phenomenal success.

My Way

In 1970, pop singer Paul Anka wrote “My Way” for Frank Sinatra. Based on a French Pop song, Anka completely changed the melodic structure and the words. Frank recorded it in the summer of 1970. The opening lines “And now that the end is near” has Frank written all over it. The somber beginning leading to the defiance crescendo of “I did it my way!” is a man showing his wounds, his soul and yet his self belief and strength. It shows the two sides of the legend.

The 70s touring

A 55 year old Sinatra performed a benefit concert and then bid farewell. In ’73 his “Ol’ Blue Eyes is Back” was a hit and the “Send in the Clowns” was a dramatically intense song. By ’74 he was back at Las Vegas performing at Caesars Palace. An international tour of Europe and Australia followed. Sinatra performed in front of the Egyptian pyramids for a concert for the President Anwar Sadat.  

The King of New York

In 1980 Frank Sinatra recorded a highly ambitious triple album “Trilogy: Past Present Future” which produced his classic “Theme from New York”. He even recorded “Something” the George Harrison love song which Sinatra has often acknowledged as his favorite.

The 90s Sinatra

Celebrating is 75th birthday he went on a nation wide tour. And also played at the Meadowlands Arena in his home town at New Jersey. In ’93 he recorded a successful “Duets “performing some of all-time classics with an array of superstars from Tony Bennet to Bono.

He won the Lifetime Achievement Award at ’94 Grammy with an introduction from Bono and a standing ovation which Sinatra himself acknowledged “the best welcome .. I ever had”

Frank Sinatra died in 1997 in LA with his wife Barbara by his side. And the next few days everyone from President Clinton to Elton John paid tribute to the glittering career of Frank Sinatra. He is arguably the greatest artist of the 20th century.

  • The character Johnny Fontane in the book Godfather by Mario Puzo was based on Frank Sinatra

  • Frank Sinatra’s son Frank Sinatra Jr. was kidnapped and the ransom paid was $240,000

  • Frank had very close relationship with US President Ronald Reagan and was frequent guest at the White House. He was also awarded the President’s Medal of Freedom.  

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