| || Tommy Dorsey & Frank Sinatra The Fabulous Frank Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey |
Representative of his big band roots before he stepped out solo, alongside an instrumentalist who greatly influenced his sense of swing.
| || Frank Sinatra In The Wee Small Hours |
An early glimpse: A small band, a collection of ballads arranged by Nelson Riddle, and vocal weariness so profound it magically melts into strength.
| || Frank Sinatra Songs for Swingin' Lovers|
More classics swaddled in Nelson Riddle, rockin' through "I've Got You Under My Skin" and more favorites. Generally considered Frank's best swing set.
| || Frank Sinatra Only The Lonely |
Papa John DeFrancesco: "I don't think there's a bad tune on there. Nelson Riddle, man, is just ridiculous." One of the best broken-heart albums ever.
| || Frank Sinatra With The Red Norvo Quintet: Live in Australia 1959 |
The great white whale of Sinatra jazz: Norvo & crew enthusiastically reshape the classic pop canon, allowing Sinatra to jump, jive and wail. Worth finding.
| || Frank Sinatra Come Swing With Me! |
Billy May's arrangements of up-tempo classics sway and stomp, supporting the sound of a singer just stretching into his prime.
| || Frank Sinatra & Count Basie Sinatra-Basie |
The first Chairman-Count collaboration, orchestrated by Neil Hefti. A great singer and band, great tunes and chartssimply great big band swing.
| || Frank Sinatra Sinatra At The Sands |
In an intimate Vegas room, with the rockin' Basie Band arranged and conducted by Quincy Jones, and the Chairman coolly in chargeArtistry in rhythm.
| || Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim Francis Albert Sinatra and Antonio Carlos Jobim |
Claus Ogerman sets Sinatra adrift in soft Brazilia, including "The Girl from Ipanema" and "Once I Loved." Tender and lush and delicate and gorgeous.
| || Frank Sinatra Sinatra Reprise: The Very Good Years |
All the hits from his two-decade run as the best in the business"That's Life," "Summer Wind," "My Way," and moreunder one cover.
| || Frank Sinatra Everything Happens To Me|
Handpicked compilation full of rage, tenderness, remorse and bittersweet, plus the only release of "The Gal Who Got Away / It Never Entered My Mind."