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Mp3 Frank Sinatra - It Was A Very Good Concert - Monte Carlo 14 June 1958

  • Performer: Frank Sinatra
  • Album: It Was A Very Good Concert - Monte Carlo 14 June 1958
  • Label: JR Records
  • Catalog #: JRR 158-2
  • MP3: 2228 mb | FLAC: 1420 mb
  • Released: 1991
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Vocal, Swing
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 307
  • Category: Jazz / Pop
Mp3 Frank Sinatra - It Was A Very Good Concert - Monte Carlo 14 June 1958

Tracklist

1The Lady Is A Tramp
2Come Fly With Me
3You Make Me Feel So Young
4I Get A Kick Out Of You
5Introduction by Noel Coward
6All The Way
7When Your Lover Has Gone
8Monique
9Where Or When
10I've Got You Under My Skin
11Bewitched
12On The Road To Mandalay
13April In Paris
14Moonlight In Vermont

Notes

This is a complete, unedited concert, Total time 40:30

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: JRR-158-2
  • Matrix / Runout: Mastered By Nimbus
  • Other: Cedar Processed

Album

Frank Sinatra performing in a benefit concert for The United Nations Refugee Fund, Monte Carlo, hosted by friend. I state here in a good faith that I have made and uploaded here this copy of this copyrighted artwork completely for the purposes of teaching and research, that my action - i. Frank Sinatra at Salle des Étoiles Sporting Club 1958-06-14. recorded at: Salle des Étoiles Sporting Club in Larvotto, Monaco on 1958-06-14. In June 1958, Sinatra was scheduled to head for Europe for the first time since 1953, at the request of his friend, ex-movie star Grace Kelly who was now Princess Grace Of Monaco to perform at a charity event to raise money for the United Nations Refugee Fund. The concert was also timed to coincide with the European premiere of Sinatras latest movie, a war film called Kings Go Forth. Hired to arrange and conduct Sinatras show was a young American living in Paris called Quincy Jones. Still only 25, Jones was a Seattle-born trumpeter-turned-composerarranger who had moved to France in 1957 to study with noted classical music teacher Nadia Boulanger. Home Jazz Frank Sinatra Frank Sinatra - Monte Carlo 1958. Frank Sinatra - Monte Carlo 1958. Thursday, 28 January 2010 00:01 Written by bluesever . User Rating:, 0 Poor Best. In a recent interview, Quincy Jones remembered this show as a highlight of his early life - it was the first time he worked with Sinatra if you listen very carefully, just before feel so young, you can here him say give it up to the band. This is beyond doubt among the very best Sinatra live performances, perhaps, vocally, THE best - no where else is he so consistantly brilliant, with each number more flawless than the last. And other albums from Frank Sinatra are available on sale at Recordsale. Über einen der wichtigsten und gleichzeitig erfolgreichsten Sänger-Interpreten des 20. Jahrhunderts, lässt sich kaum zu viel schreiben. 20-jährig, legte Sinatra den Grundstein seiner 60 Jahre währenden Show-Karriere 1935. Von der Sauferei, dem Ratpack und den Gerüchten über seine Verbindung zur Mafia einmal abgesehen, konnte das alles nur deshalb so lange und so gut gehen, weil Sinatras außergewöhnliches Vokalvermögen ihm über den gesamten Zeitraum nie den Dienst verweigerte. Frank Sinatra performing at a benefit for the United Nations Refugee Fund in Monte Carlo, hosted by friend Princess Grace of Monaco. Introduced by none other than Noel Coward, the concert took place at midnight on Saturday, June 14, 1958, right after the premier of Sinatras latest film Kings Go Forth. Because the benefit was also broadcast in Monte Carlo, there are several announcem. It Was A Very Good Year - Frank Sinatra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. It Was a Very Good Year is a song composed by Ervin Drake in 1961 and originally recorded by Bob Shane with the Kingston Trio. It was subsequently made famous by Frank Sinatra's version in D minor, which won the Grammy Award for Best Vocal Performance, Male in 1966. Gordon Jenkins was awarded Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalists for the Sinatra version. This single peaked at 28 on the U. pop chart and became Sinatra's first 1 single on the Easy Listening charts. Frank Sinatra performing in a benefit concert for The United Nations Refugee Fund, Monte Carlo, hosted by friend Princess Grace of Monaco. June 14, 1958. STAFF PICK. PAIGE CALIFANO'S STAFF PICKS: I hope that Frank Sinatra was a household staple for everyone growing up. Theres nothing like listening to his music while having dinner with your big Italian family. My grams told me her and her girlfriends would play hooky from Catholic school and take a ferry from Hoboken to Manhattan to see him sing when she was a little girl. He was such a powerful performer. Were lucky we had Herman