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A man famed for style and dash sitting in an incredibly drab room.
Nice pic! Real Nice!!!
A man famed for style and dash sitting in an incredibly drab room.True, but he there's to work. And once he starts working, that style and dash will be a big part of the work he does.Although if this were a movie studio, that might not be the case.
Looks like he's lining up a chip shot. I was invincibly ignorant about him for the longest time but finally came around and am working my way through the concept albums. A high priest of swing.
In this case it's the man who makes the room, not the room that makes the man. When he performed no one would notice the room.
I was invincibly ignorant about him for the longest time but finally came around and am working my way through the concept albums. A high priest of swing.And ballads, too; to my mind, "In The Wee Small Hours" is the greatest pop album ever made. Anyway, welcome to the club.
Ring-a-ding-ding, guys. Well said.
This photo was from the 'Cycles' session. This was an album that personified the sixties from Sinatra's viewpoint. He delved into the pop scene and did some songs by Jimmy Webb and a lot of covers of songs by Glen Cambell and Judy Collins. I love this album although it shows a side of sinatra far removed from the classic repertoire that he did so much to immortalise. The title song is great.
I think it's from the '66 Strangers In The Night sessions, isn't it?
Is that so? I would love to know because I always thought that these were Ed Thrasher photos from Cycles. Now that you mention it the attire is the same as on the cover of the Strangers album. I will do a little more research and see if I can find some documentation.
Have you heard the out of print 'Watertown' ?Brilliant
I have the LP. It is a great and very underrated album.
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