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  1. Classic Duets is a 2002 compilation album by Frank Sinatra. Given his enormous talent and unparalleled musical history—not to mention the healthy, suffer-no-fools ego they inspired—it is hardly surprising that duets are relatively few and far between in Frank Sinatra's catalog, his smash duet on "Somethin' Stupid" with daughter Nancy notwithstanding.

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    • November 5, 2002
  2. www.sinatrathevoice.bplaced.net › Classic_DuetsSINATRA: Classic Duets

    Auf Classic Duets hören wir allerdings nicht den alten Sinatra des Jahres 1993, sondern einen wesentlich jüngeren, sich noch im Vollbesitz seiner stimmlichen Fähigkeiten befindlichen Sänger. Die Aufnahmen, meine sehr verehrten Damen und Herren, entstammen mehrheitlich Sinatras eigener TV-Show, welche vom US- Sender ABC in den Jahren 1957 bis 1960 zur Ausstrahlung gebracht wurde.

  3. Frank Sinatra Duet With Nancy Sinatra & Tri-Tones – Side By Side: 7: Frank Sinatra Duet With The McGuire Sisters* – Something's Gotta Give: 8: Frank Sinatra Duet With Shirley Jones (2) – If I Loved You: 9: Frank Sinatra Duet With Bing Crosby & Dean Martin – Together: 10: Frank Sinatra Duet With Kids* – High Hopes: 11a: Frank Sinatra ...

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    • CD, Compilation, Remastered
  4. 05.11.2002 · Frank Sinatra's Duets and Duets II albums were artistic disasters, a tattered way to end a long, distinguished recording career -- and the third CD of duets, Classic Duets, is an obvious attempt to latch onto their undeniable financial success, right down to the similar pastel cover art.

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    Classic Duets General information Artist Frank Sinatra Arranger Release date(s) November 5, 2002 Recorded 1950 - 1960 Record Label Capitol Records Producer Product code Track information Discs 1 Total tracks 21 Length 59:20 Singles {{{singles}}} Reception {{{rev1name}}} {{{review1}}} {{{rev2name}}} {{{review2}}} {{{rev3name}}} {{{review3}}} {{{rev4name}}} {{{review4}}} Alternate cover art Chronology Previous {{{previous}}} Next {{{next}}}

    The album features a total of twenty-one songs, all of which duets, but not all of which with the a different duet partner. Sinatra performs three different duets, "Can't We Be Friends?," a melody of "Moonlight in Vermont" and "I May Be Wrong," and, closing the album, "Put Your Dreams Away (For Another Day)," with "The First Lady of Song" herself, Ella Fitzgerald. "Side by Side" on this album was song alongside Sinatra's daughter Nancy as well as the Tri-Tones, and Nancy reappears near the end o...

    "The Birth of the Blues" (Ray Henderson, Buddy G. DeSylva, Lew Brown) (with Louis Armstrong) - 3:23 "I'll Never Smile Again" (Ruth Lowe) (with The Hi-Lo's) - 2:10 "Can't We Be Friends?" (Paul James, Kay Swift) (with Ella Fitzgerald) - 3:04 Medley: "You Make Me Feel So Young"/"Them There Eyes"/"A Foggy Day (In London Town)"/"I've Got You Under My Skin"/"Taking a Chance on Love"/"They Can't Take That Away From Me"/"All of Me"/"Daddy"/"I Can't Give You Anything but Love, Baby"/"You Must Have Been a...

  5. Nancy & Lee. Lee's first duet album with Nancy Sinatra is a classic of '60s pop. He plays the leering, deep-throated, trail-worn cowboy to her bright-eyed girl-child, and the match on songs like "Summer Wine," "Sand," "Jackson," and "Some Velvet Morning" is a smart, sexy, lip-smacking bowl of mind candy.

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