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9 thoughts on “ Cribribin - Frank Sinatra - All Or Nothing At All (CD)

  1. Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All is the definitive account of the life, music and career of Frank Sinatra, the greatest entertainer of the 20th century. Told in his own words through extensive archive interviews, along with commentary from those closest to him, the film weaves the music and images from Sinatra’s life together with rarely seen footage of Sinatra’s famous .
  2. An impressive four-disc, track box collection of some of Frank Sinatra's biggest songs (and many of his lesser-known ones, as well), All or Nothing at All is an interesting and worthwhile addition to any serious fan of Old Blue Eyes. With material culled from sessions (some with big bands, some as solo work) starting from the late '30s going up to , this Proper set works .
  3. The best-known of the James-Sinatra sides is “All or Nothing at All”—a flop in but a million-seller when rereleased in , after both men had become stars. Sinatra’s reputation among industry musicians grew swiftly, and James graciously freed Sinatra from his contract when the singer received a more lucrative offer from.
  4. All or Nothing at All concentrates on Sinatra moving from apprenticeship (Harry James, , Tommy Dorsey, ) to solo stardom (the Columbia years, ), although we are spared the nadir of his Columbia fortunes by the set cutting off in On the way, we are also treated to a whole CD of radio transcriptions (), thereby /5(7).
  5. All Or Nothing At All: A Life of Frank Sinatra. Chapter 9. The Sinatra Enigma; or, He Is Us and We Are Him. A CD set of the complete Columbia studio recordings had been issued; a two-disk set of the wartime V-disks and a CD of studio tracks and .
  6. Great set of Sinatra. Seriously, folks if this listing says "Proper" or "Proper UK" - this is a FOUR DISC SET. From a company in England that really knows how to do box sets. This is all '40s Sinatra - album cuts, radio shots, great stuff. It covers an era! A good CD size booklet too/5(7).
  7. Album: All Or Nothing At All Charles Pignone, Vice President of Frank Sinatra Enterprises, told us that Sinatra often called this song his first hit and would return to it again and again, reworking it as a ballad and as an uptempo number with a Nelson Riddle arrangement for Strangers in the Night. "That was a song that he continued to sing.
  8. "All or Nothing at All" is a song composed in by Arthur Altman, with lyrics by Jack Lawrence. Frank Sinatra's August 31, recording of the song became a huge hit in , when it was reissued by Columbia Records during the musicians' strike. The record topped the Billboard charts in during a week stay and sold over a million copies.
  9. Nov 28,  · In , a young and relatively unknown New Jersey band singer named Frank Sinatra recorded a new song called "All or Nothing at All." The record initially flopped, selling fewer than 8, copies.

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