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show him some love.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQ2TWS23qAk&list=PLdqqv4DQh82vefS8RY37yzn6oU2NGFUeN
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08D9N4OigC4
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I like Deano better. I love Jerry.
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I like his version of Something
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5S7kI5xZ050
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>>108195791
i like his version of most things. wish there were some good quality recordings floating around of young sinatra.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jHr5JbTeRY
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>>108196032
Came in to post this song. The album version is one of the most sublime things I've ever heard.
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>>108196032
Holy fuck that was amazing. Thanks for sharing.
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>Sinatra's career was in decline as the '40s drew to a close; pushing 35, he was getting too old to appeal to his teen girl fanbase and his voice began to change and lose its youthful lightness. By 1950, he was reduced to performing in Las Vegas in front of audiences of truck drivers. He also feuded with Mitch Miller, who had arrived from Mercury to become Columbia's head A&R man. Miller, a cynical man who regarded pop music as inferior to classical, gained an infamous reputation at Columbia for pushing schlock pop he admitted he wouldn't buy himself. Sinatra, who was despondent enough at his career decline to make an unsuccessful suicide attempt in 1952, wouldn't sing material such as "Shrimp Boats" or "Frosty The Snowman" and finally left his longtime label in disgust for Capitol, where he began a dramatic career revival when he recorded "I've Got The World on a String" in April 1953. The song would provide the blueprint for the bright, brassy arrangements and huge vocal melodies that characterized his great nine year run at Capitol.



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