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by John Bush. Though Frank D'Rone must have appreciated the critical comparisons to Frank Sinatra, his 1960 Mercury LP After the Ball sounds more like the work of Bobby Darin, the deep crooner with the angelic face then making waves with his nightclub act and live record, Darin at the Copa. D'Rone, a former guitarist, also bears the mark of Mel ...
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Listen to Frank D'Rone Sings / After the Ball on Spotify. Frank D'Rone · Album · 2019 · 23 songs.
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Escucha Frank D'Rone Sings / After the Ball por Frank D'Rone en Deezer. Love and the Weather, Yesterdays, I Could Write a Book...
26/07/2006 · After the Ball Remastered Frank D'Rone Format: Audio CD 6 ratings See all 3 formats and editions Streaming Unlimited MP3 $6.99 Listen with our Free App Audio CD from $17.07 4 Used from $17.07 4 New from $32.00 Vinyl $9.99 3 Used from $9.99 1 Collectible from $31.28
Tracks #12-23, from the album “After the Ball” (Mercury SR 60246) Frank D'Rone, vocals in all tracks. Personnel on "Frank D'Rone Sings": Tracks #1,3 & 6: Septet Arranged by Dick Marx. Trumpet, bass trumpet, tenor sax, baritone sax, piano, bass, drums. Tracks #2,5 & 8: Orchestra Arranged & Conducted by Bill Russo.