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Friday, July 11, 2008

Episode 100: The Concert Sinatra

Welcome to our 100th Episode!

This week on The Frank Truth Sinatra Podcast we take a listen to Frank Sinatra's grand and majestic 1963 masterpiece The Concert Sinatra.

Recorded with a full symphony orchestra, and Sinatra at the absolute zenith of his vocal and artistic powers, this album was Nelson Riddle's personal favorite among all of his collaborations with Sinatra, and it ought to be part of every album collection.

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Here's a quick update to the shownotes for this episode. I realized after releasing the show that I mistakenly referred to posts on the "forums at FrankSinatra.com" when of course I should have said "SinatraFamily.com" instead. Both are official sites (and both have forums) but the Sinatra Family site is host to a full-fledged community in the best sense of that word, and the newer site is still developing. Apologies to anyone who might have been misdirected by my senior moment.

2 Comments:

Anonymous The Cockroach said...

Congrats on Show No. 100! Here's to 100 more!

- The Cockroach
Home of The Frank Truth - Thursdays 8:30 PM ET

9:34 AM  
Anonymous Scott said...

I kept forgetting to subscribe into your show, and now it's safe to say I'm subscribed!

Brian thanks for a great show. I'm 39 and Frank has never made an appearance in life until now. I've learned a lot going back through your shows and want to say 'Thanks' for introducing Frank Sinatra into my life.

Keep the shows coming!
Good music, good for the soul.
Cheers,
Scott

12:18 PM  

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