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|Frank Sinatra||Primary Artist|
|The Pied Pipers||Ensemble|
|Tommy Dorsey Orchestra||Ensemble|
|Nancy Sinatra||Liner Notes|
|Oscar Hammerstein II||Composer|
|E.Y. "Yip" Harburg||Composer|
|Henry W. Sanicola Jr.||Composer|
|James Van Heusen||Composer|
|Sam M. Lewis||Composer|
|Howard Fritzson||Art Direction|
|Charles Granata||Liner Notes|
|George W. Meyer||Composer|
|Lily Lew||Packaging Manager|
|Detchapat Arttasan||Art Direction|
Posted March 21, 2012
This is a nice introduction to the early career of Sinatra as the soloist for the Tommy Dorsey orchestra, before he went out on his own. It is fascinating to hear early versions of some songs that he recorded later with different arrangements. Here, you get the exquisite, heartbreakingly beautiful voice in all its youthful glory and it's easy to understand why Sinatra became the idol of the bobby-soxers.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 1, 2010
The sound quality is bad and Sinatra is not very upbeat as he sings these songs. Listen to "Oh, Look at Me Now!" on this CD, then listen to "Oh, Look at Me Now!" on the CD titled "A Swingin' Affair!" It's like night and day.
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Posted June 26, 2010
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