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  1. Nancy Sandra Sinatra (* 8. Juni 1940 in Jersey City , New Jersey ) ist eine US-amerikanische Sängerin und Schauspielerin . Ihre größten Erfolge hatte sie in den 1960er Jahren mit Songs wie These Boots Are Made for Walkin’ sowie den Duetten Summer Wine mit Lee Hazlewood und Somethin’ Stupid mit ihrem Vater Frank Sinatra .

  2. I think to get the best introductory "Sinatra experience," if you are new to this great singer, Classic Sinatra is the place to start, NOT this album, The Very Best of Frank Sinatra (the Reprise collection). The songs on the Capitol-era CD are a lot more accessible, imho, to modern listeners than either the pre-'50's "bobby soxer" songs that preceded the Capitol CD (and the sound recording ...

  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm0005434Nancy Sinatra - IMDb

    Nancy Sinatra, Soundtrack: Kill Bill: Vol. 1. Nancy Sandra Sinatra was born the first child of Frank Sinatra and Nancy Barbato Sinatra on June 8, 1940 in Jersey City, New Jersey. Her first television appearance was with her father and Elvis Presley in 1959. She first appeared as a film actress in For Those Who Think Young (1964) and Get Yourself a College Girl (1964). Nancy appeared alongside...

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Tina_SinatraTina Sinatra - Wikipedia

    Christina Sinatra was born on June 20, 1948, in Los Angeles, California, the youngest child of American singer and actor Frank Sinatra and his first wife, Nancy Barbato Sinatra. She has two siblings, Nancy and Frank Jr. Her parents divorced when she was three years old. Career. Sinatra never wished to be a singer like her father and siblings ...

  5. 12.12.2021 · I especially like the inclusion of what I think were Mr, Sinatra’s two favorite songs: Nancy and The House I Live In. The latter, unfortunately not one of his popular ones, I think really ...

  6. Sinatra's two previous record labels, Columbia Records and Capitol Records, had both successfully issued collections of Sinatra's hits; this album was the attempt of his new label, Reprise Records, to duplicate this success by offering some earlier songs in stereophonic sound, which by 1963 was an exploding recording technology.

  7. 26.10.1997 · Sinatra’s best songs of the period—“All the Way,” “Call Me Irresponsible,” and especially “Come Fly with Me”—were written by Sammy Cahn, who had roomed with Sinatra, travelled ...