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Frank Sinatra - Swingin` Sessions!!! And More (1961)

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Frank Sinatra - Swingin` Sessions!!! And More (1961)

Frank Sinatra - Swingin` Sessions!!! And More (1961)
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1975 | Capitol, SM-1491 | Big Band, Vocal, Swing

Sinatra's Swingin' Session!!! And More is a fast, driving album, the speediest and hardest swing collection Frank Sinatra ever recorded. The majority of the album is a re-recording of six of the eight songs from his first LP, Sing and Dance with Frank Sinatra, as rearranged by Nelson Riddle. Sinatra performed the songs twice as fast as was expected; consequently, it's one of his jazziest swing sets, with the musicians spitting out energetic, forceful solos and providing tough, gutsy support. Not only do the uptempo numbers speed by, the ballads are sprightly. It doesn't have the brassy verve of A Swingin' Affair, but Sinatra's Swingin' Session!!! does have a confident, swaggering flavor of its own that makes it nearly as enjoyable.

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine, allmusic
Frank Sinatra - Swingin` Sessions!!! And More (1961):

Tracklist:

A1 When You're Smiling
A2 Blue Moon
A3 S'posin
A4 It All Depends On You
A5 It's Only A Paper Moon
A6 My Blue Heaven
B1 Should I
B2 September In The Rain
B3 Always
B4 I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
B5 I Concentrate On You
B6 You Do Something To Me


Original ripper: uta5erika5
Original format: 32/384
Vinyl Condition: Mint
Direct Drive Turntable: Denon DP-A100
Cartridge: Soundsmith Aida MKII ES
Amplifier: Pro-Ject Tube Phono Box DS 2 Modified
ADC: RME ADI-2 Pro FS
Processing: iZotop RX 7

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Frank Sinatra - Swingin` Sessions!!! And More (1961)

Frank Sinatra - Swingin` Sessions!!! And More (1961)

Frank Sinatra - Swingin` Sessions!!! And More (1961)

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