Frank Sinatra - Portrait of an Album (1985)
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Initially influenced by the jazz stylings of, among others, crooner Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra (1915-1998) developed his own distinct sound and style. This video offers a view from inside the recording booth as "Old Blue Eyes" lays down some tracks. Viewers get to see "The Chairman of the Board" perform renditions of "The Best of Everything," "Until the Real Thing Comes Along," "It's All Right With Me," "How Do You Keep the Music Playing," "A Hundred Years From Today," "After You've Gone," "Teach Me Tonight," "If I Should Lose You," "Stormy Weather," "Mack the Knife," and "L.A. Is My Lady."- ~ Steve Blackburn, Rovi … More
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