Discussion in '50's Music' started by Nora, Jun 10, 2013.
as I said recon found none so far here... @Hurdy Gurdy Man
I often find Frank Sinatra albums in the thrift stores, and most of what I find are in really great shape,
and I mean really good... like the record looks brand new.
Here are all my Sinatra thrift store finds:
I really like his 1950's output, esp. "In The Wee Small Hours", "Where Are You?", and "No One Cares".
I totally go for torch songs... these three albums are full of them.
I grew up listening to Sinatra and all those singers back then. My Mom was a huge fan of them.
my own intro to Sinatra wasn't the usual route hmmm it was self indulgences around a sort of friend (not the place for this story} a flicking through the vinyl shelves and filled the cover of "wee small hours" and putting the album on the turntable and wham!!!!! I have been under the spell of FS ooh YES...
four amazing songs imho
I like the singing in hole in the head/
Frank is one of those singers I could listen to all day every day and never get tired of!
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