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Frank Sinatra

 
goldenstarshine
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Frank Sinatra
I think everyone will agree... you cant get much bigger
in show biz
Frank was at the top of the Hollywood tree
yet, over the years all the Hollywood Royals
have appeared on TV chat shows yet I cant ever remember seeing Frank
appear on a chat show !
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03/30/2009 10:11 AM
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The man was a class act... What a voice... to this day his music is wonderful!

Too bad the younger people don't hear more music that good, then they would at least know what pretty music really is!
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03/30/2009 10:13 AM
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Re: Frank Sinatra
Nancy was pretty hot too
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03/30/2009 10:14 AM
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God is a well struck 7 iron
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03/30/2009 10:18 AM
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[link to www.youtube.com]
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03/30/2009 10:33 AM
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Re: Frank Sinatra
he was a gangsta

read kitty kelleys book
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I WAS FIXIN' AN OLD-TIMER's COMPUTER A FEW WEEKS AGO HERE IN TOWN AND WE GOT ON THE SUBJECT OF FRANK SINATRA. HE SAID THAT HIS SECOND WIFE WAS HAVING DINNER AT A RESTAURANT WHERE FRANK AND HIS PALS WERE CUSSING UP A STORM AND ONE OF THE MEN FROM THE TABLE WHERE HIS WIFE WAS SITTING WENT OVER TO THE TABLE WHERE FRANK WAS AND TOLD HIM TO SHUT HIS FILTHY MOUTH.

I ASKED HIM IF HE DID.
OH YEAH! HE SAID.
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1969, hair down to my ass & buyin' it by the pound, but I still dug this one



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03/30/2009 02:33 PM
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Im young and I love Frank Sinatra I think I know all his songs. Hes great. Great comedian ad libbing too. You cant get better or like him. Unique.
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5a k, just pulled out the family FS collection with Big Band. 5a Its going to ber FS all the way today 5a Come rain or shine 5a
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Re: Frank Sinatra
I loved Nancy's duets with Lee Hazelwood, a great
singer /songwriter ( no longer with us )
wonder if those two were ever an item ?
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03/30/2009 09:55 PM
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I didn't care for Frank's life style, but loved his voice. I saw him preform at the Omni in Atlanta, he was terrific. Most of the audience showed up dressed as gangsters!!!
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 Quoting: Scuffalufacus

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Video disabled ... copyright objections. sigh


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Re: Frank Sinatra
I love the older music! I remember growing up thinking how crazy my parents were...but I have found this stuff to be timeless.

Not only Frank...but many others from that era. Especially Stan Getz...

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I love the older music! I remember growing up thinking how crazy my parents were...but I have found this stuff to be timeless.

Not only Frank...but many others from that era. Especially Stan Getz...


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 642515

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I have that one on cd. ... hf


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I love the older music! I remember growing up thinking how crazy my parents were...but I have found this stuff to be timeless.

Not only Frank...but many others from that era. Especially Stan Getz...


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 642515


I have the remastered CD GETZ AND GILBERTO, THE ALBUM that started the Bossa Nova craze with the song
"Girl from Ipanema".
COINCIDENTLY, that song (quite night, quite stars) is an Antonio CARLOS jOPLIN song, and is also sung by Sinatra on his album "Francis Albert Sinatra sings Antonio Carlos Joplin". He also sings Girl from Ipanema on this one.
An interesting combination to say the least