Just One of Those Things. It was also recorded by blues singer O. Frank Sinatra first recorded it in 1939 with the Harry James Orchestra. It was used as the title song for an album and it climbed to 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 while going all the way to the top of the easy listening chart. As a result, the songs collected here are probably the casual fan's main recollection of Sinatra, and for that reason alone this anthology makes a fine place to start. Nancy With the Laughing Face.
Nelson Riddle said it was influenced by Maurice Ravel's Bolero. The recording won Grammy Awards for Best Male Vocal Performance and Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalists. The first recording was created by jazz singer Marion Montgomery. I've Got the World On a String. Come Fly With Me 12.
I've Got a Crush On You. Smith, and that version brought the song to the attention of Frank Sinatra. Frank Sinatra sang it with child star Eddie Hodges in the 1959 movie A Hole In the Head. A young Quincy Jones was the arranger for the album. . Strangers In The Night 20.
It was his first 1 pop hit in eleven years. It won an Emmy Award for Best Musical Contribution. IΓΓé¼Γäóve Got You Under My Skin 08. The Lady Is A Tramp 09. The Way You Look Tonight.
It Was a Very Good Year. You Make Me Feel So Young 07. The Gal That Got Away. Frank Sinatra recorded it in 1953 and took it to 14 on the pop chart. It earned an Academy Award for Best Original Song. Baby, Won't You Please Come Home.
The melody was first used as part of the score for the film A Man Could Get Killed. The song peaked at 27 on the pop chart and 2 easy listening. Although there are many who feel that Frank Sinatra's greatest material was recorded in the 1950s, there are others who hold that his best studio singing really came during his time with Capitol and with his own label, Reprise, in the '60s and '70s. IΓΓé¼Γäóve Got The World On A String 02. It was played on the Apollo 10 mission that orbited the moon and then it became the first music played on the moon itself when Buzz Aldrin played it on a portable cassette player after stepping on the moon in the Apollo 11 mission.
He didn't like the record, but he thought there was something to the melody. I've Got You Under My Skin. Fly Me to the Moon with Count Basie and His Orchestra. It gained little notice at that point in time. It is probably an unsolvable debate, but as this two-disc, 46-track set of key cuts from his Capitol and Reprise years shows, Sinatra grew comfortably into his voice and phrasing during these years, learning to stay away from his limitations and work steadily toward his strengths, all with a clear sense of his public image. They were popular folk singers. Two years later it became a Frank Sinatra signature song when he recorded it for his critically celebrated album Trilogy: Past Present Future.
He recorded his signature version of the song in 1956 with an arrangement by Nelson Riddle. This time around it hit 2 on the charts and became a Frank Sinatra classic. All or Nothing At All with Harry James and His Orchestra. Frank Sinatra selected the depiction of relationships with women throughout a man's life for his 1965 concept album September Of My Years. As a result, the songs collected here are probably the casual fan's main recollection of , and for that reason alone this anthology makes a fine place to start.
East of the Sun And West of the Moon. However, Columbia Records reissued it in 1943 during the 1942-1944 Musicians' Strike that prevented creating new recordings. My Kind Of Town 17. It climbed to 28 on the pop singles chart and became Frank Sinatra's first easy listening 1. You Make Me Feel So Young. The song made an appearance in the 1957 movie Pal Joey sung by Frank Sinatra.