That's Life

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Following the across-the-boards success of Strangers in the Night, That's Life continued Frank Sinatra's streak of commercially successful albums that straddled the line between traditional and contemporary pop music. Adding more pop music techniques to his repertoire of show tunes, That's Life made contemporary pop concessions while satisfying Sinatra's own taste for weightier, more respected material. Although it was a pop-oriented record, Sinatra had not begun to rely on rock-influenced productions; instead, arranger/conductor Ernie Freeman contributed charts that alternated between bluesy, brassy swingers and mildly schmaltzy string arrangements, supported ...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Following the across-the-boards success of Strangers in the Night, That's Life continued Frank Sinatra's streak of commercially successful albums that straddled the line between traditional and contemporary pop music. Adding more pop music techniques to his repertoire of show tunes, That's Life made contemporary pop concessions while satisfying Sinatra's own taste for weightier, more respected material. Although it was a pop-oriented record, Sinatra had not begun to rely on rock-influenced productions; instead, arranger/conductor Ernie Freeman contributed charts that alternated between bluesy, brassy swingers and mildly schmaltzy string arrangements, supported by an overbearing backing chorus. While the title track was the hardest blues Sinatra ever tried, that approach wasn't attempted for the entire album. A few tracks -- particularly a rearrangement of the New Vaudeville Band's campy "Winchester Cathedral" and the static version of "The Impossible Dream" -- fall flat, but the album works when Sinatra is either tearing into the song like "That's Life" or coaxing life out of mid-level ballads like "You're Gonna Hear From Me."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/28/1999
  • Label: Warner Bros Uk
  • UPC: 075992703925
  • Catalog Number: 927039

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Frank Sinatra Primary Artist, Vocals
Ernie Freeman Conductor
Ernie Freeman Combo Conductor
Technical Credits
Michel Legrand Composer
Gilbert Bécaud Composer
Kelly Gordon Composer
Jimmy Bowen Producer
Eddie Brackett Engineer
Joe Darion Composer
Jacques Demy Composer
Ernie Freeman Arranger
Norman Gimbel Composer
Lee Herschberg Engineer
Mitch Leigh Composer
Carl Sigman Composer
Jimmy Brown Producer
Samuel A. Ward Composer
Stan Cornyn Liner Notes
Ed Thrasher Art Direction
Pierre Leroyer Composer
Mack David Composer
Dean Kay Thompson Composer
Maurice Vidalin Composer
Charles Watkins Composer
Ernie Freeman Combo Arranger
Bill George Artwork, Illustrations, Cover Art
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