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  1. The Very Best of Frank Sinatra is a double disc compilation album by Frank ... (George Gershwin, Ira ... (Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern) - 3:22 ...

  2. 1957 A Jolly Christmas from Frank Sinatra (Capitol) 1958 Come Dance with Me! (Capitol) 1958 Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely (Capitol) 1959 The Broadway Kick (CBS) 1959 No One Cares (Capitol) 1959 With Red Norvo Quintet: Live in Australia... (Blue Note) 1962 At Villa Venice, Chicago, Live 1962, Vol. 1 (Jazz Hour) 1962 At Villa Venice ...

  3. The album features songs from nine arrangers and composers, the most ever on a single Sinatra album. While the title of the album is "My Kind of Broadway", both the Gershwin songs on the album "They Can't Take That Away From Me" and "Nice Work If You Can Get It" were written by George and Ira Gershwin for films ("Shall We Dance" and "Damsel in Distress" respectively) and not for Broadway musicals.

  4. Frank Sinatra, né Francis Albert Sinatra le 12 décembre 1915 à Hoboken et mort le 14 mai 1998 à Los Angeles au Centre médical Cedars-Sinaï, est un chanteur, acteur et producteur de musique américain.

  5. In quasi tutti gli album di Frank Sinatra possiamo trovare almeno una canzone di Gershwin. Se si esamina dal punto di vista specificatamente compositivo, Gershwin ha influenzato enormemente tutti i compositori di musical venuti dopo di lui, e in particolare Cole Porter , Irving Berlin e Jerome Kern .

  6. 22/09/2020 · The Sinatra recording – arguably the best and certainly the most famous – became closely associated with NASA’s Apollo Space Programme in the late 1960s, with astronauts listening to the tune via tape cassette on both the Apollo 10 and Apollo 11 missions. It was taken from the Sinatra album It Might as Well be Swing.

  7. resulted in a deal with Pama Records and the LP, Pat Kelly Sings, and Kelly was offered a £25,000 contract by Apple Records, which he was unable to accept due to existing contractual commitments. Kelly continued to record, having a big hits for producer Phil Pratt in 1972 with "Soulful Love" and "Talk About Love", and returning to record with Duke Reid, having another hit with a cover of John ...