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Sinatra

Sinatra

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by Richard Havers
     
 

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From poverty to power, Hoboken to Hollywood, this story is the embodiment of the American Dream. For over 50 years Frank Sinatra was at the epicenter of American life - on the radio, in the movie theaters, on TV, and in newspapers and magazines. Includes over 800 photographs, some rare and unseen, capture each moment of the legend's seven-decade career.

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From poverty to power, Hoboken to Hollywood, this story is the embodiment of the American Dream. For over 50 years Frank Sinatra was at the epicenter of American life - on the radio, in the movie theaters, on TV, and in newspapers and magazines. Includes over 800 photographs, some rare and unseen, capture each moment of the legend's seven-decade career.

Author Biography: Richard Havers has written more than 2,000 jingles for radio and television and has produced concerts for artists such as Paul McCartney, the Beach Boys, Chicago, and America. He also collaborated on two books with Bill Wyman - Bill Wyman's Blues Odyssey and Rolling with the Stones.

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ISBN-13:
9781405314619
Publisher:
Gardners Books
Publication date:
03/01/2007

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