1991 Sinatra Reprise: The Very Good Years (No. 138, 27 weeks U.S. Billboard) 1992 Sinatra: Soundtrack To The CBS Mini-Series [2-Disc] 1994 The Sinatra Christmas Album; 1995 The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings [20-Disc] 1996 Everything Happens to Me; 1997 The Very Best of Frank Sinatra [2-Disc] (No. 124, 2 weeks U.S. Billboard)
Three songs recorded at the Sinatra-Jobim session – "Bonita", "Sabiá", and "Off Key " – were omitted from Sinatra & Company. "Sabiá" was released in the USA as the flip side of the 45 rpm single "Lady Day" (Reprise 0970) in 1970, and was issued along with "Bonita" on the 1977 compilation Portrait of Sinatra and the 1979 compilation, Sinatra–Jobim Sessions .
26/10/2006 · For a resumé of SINATRA's REPRISE years,this 4 cd set can manage to satisfy almost everybody.You've got the big hits;tracks from almost all albums;a few live numbers and some obscure songs.About the only complain i can formulate is that 5 JOBIN bossa nova type songs are too much for me.So if you buy this,you've got yourself a pretty good ...
Sinatra's two previous record labels, Columbia Records and Capitol Records, had both successfully issued collections of Sinatra's hits; this album was the attempt of his new label, Reprise Records, to duplicate this success by offering some earlier songs in stereophonic sound, which by 1963 was an exploding recording technology.
Sinatra's Swingin' Session!!! is a 1961 album by Frank Sinatra. Six of the tracks on the album are re-recordings of a batch of songs that Sinatra had previously recorded on the Columbia album, Sing and Dance with Frank Sinatra. It was released on compact disc as Sinatra's Swingin' Session!!! And More. Track listing
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A Jolly Christmas from Frank Sinatra is a Christmas album by American singer Frank Sinatra, originally released by Capitol Records in 1957. This was Sinatra's first full-length Christmas album. [ citation needed ] It features the Ralph Brewster Singers along with an orchestra conducted by Gordon Jenkins .