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  1. Gotaxe Reply
    The Concert Sinatra is one of Frank Sinatra’s best records of the early ’60s, an album that successfully rearranges a selection of show tunes, primarily those composed by Richard Rodgers, for the concert stage. Nelson Riddle arranged and conducted one of the largest orchestras that had ever supported Frank Sinatra, and his work is light and delicate.
  2. Migar Reply
    Similar release to Frank Sinatra - The Concert Sinatra, but this pressing has " " printed on the disc face instead of "".In addition, there is a sticker on the back of the jewel case that reads " Made In Holland" (see images). LP Originally Released May,
  3. JoJorr Reply
    The Concert Sinatra is an album by American singer Frank Sinatra that was released in It consists of showtunes performed in a 'semi-classical' concert style. Marking a reunion between Sinatra and his frequent collaborator, arranger Nelson Riddle, it was the first full-album Riddle arranged on Sinatra's Reprise Records label.
  4. Fezil Reply
    This wonderful album by Frank Sinatra, released unfortunately under a somewhat misleading title, is a studio recording (not as the title might suggest), made with a huge orchestra (arranged and conducted by the fabulous Nelson Riddle) and including material, which Sinatra did not perform usually on stage.
  5. JoJorg Reply
    The album became a number one best-seller during the summer of Shortly after, Frank Sinatra released a single containing two songs from the show, "If I Loved You" on one side and "You'll Never Walk Alone" on the other; both made the Top Ten. "You'll Never Walk Alone" went on to become a much-performed standard.
  6. JoJorr Reply
    Frank Sinatra – You'll Never Walk Alone Lyrics. from album: The Concert Sinatra () When you walk through a storm, hold your head up high, and don't be afraid of the dark. At the end of the storm, is the golden sky, and the sweet silver song of the lark. And you'll never walk alone, you'll never walk alone.
  7. Gugis Reply
    The Sinatra Concert by Frank Sinatra - CD () for $ from boygarpcesapipatouskontgetdispcorte.coinfo Vocals Q (Magazine): 3 stars out of 5 -- '[T]his is Sinatra the consummate recital balladeer, doing what only he could do.' - Order by Phone /5(57).
  8. Baramar Reply
    Jul 11,  · The original 78rpm single was issued on Columbia - You’ll Never Walk Alone (Hammerstein II-Rodgers) by Frank Sinatra, with the Ken Lane Singers, orchestra conducted by Axel Stordahl, recorded.