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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Episode 94: All Alone

This week on The Frank Truth Podcast, we're delving into Frank Sinatra's haunting 1962 Waltz album, All Alone.

There's also some follow up on The House I Live In, and lots of listener feedback.

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Special thanks to Mike McGlone of Seal Beach, California for his help with this episode.

Links and Shownotes
Songs and Clips
  • All Alone
  • Are You Lonesome Tonight?
  • What'll I Do?
  • When I Lost You
  • The Song Is Ended
  • Call Me
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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great show and what a fantastic album! Managed to find a copy for sale at shop.com for about 11 British pounds (approx $20)- can't complain at that price for such a rare gem of an album.
As you said in the show, it seems strange how All Alone managed to slip off the radar of Sinatra fans. It seems many others missed it when it was first released because I read in one of the Sinatra books that it was his slowest selling album for a decade.
Anyway, thanks for reminding us of another classic Sinatra recording.

Best Wishes
Al

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