Posts Tagged ‘Why Try To Change Me Now’

Happy Birthday Frank!

594468861 MW 4518 6767D2611AA93388B8EBF976A2B38676 1024x681 Happy Birthday Frank!What would we do without these two?! Click HERE to read an excerpt from Tony Bennett’s introduction to the LIFE special edition Sinatra at 100.

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Bob Dylan Shadows In The Night

AM1010834 Bob Dylan Shadows In The Night“On the album you can hear the rustling of paper, the measured intake of breath, and you get the real sense that these songs are truly meaningful”.

Bob Dylan‘s Shadows In The Night sheet music songbook is here! The companion to the critically acclaimed album of standard pop tunes originally recorded by Frank Sinatra. The songbook features Cy Coleman‘s “Why Try to Change Me Now” and all nine remaining songs arranged for piano, voice, and guitar with full lyrics and chord boxes. The intimate arrangements of these tunes are provided here, perfect for a singer’s reinvention, a solo piano performance, or an acoustic band cover. Order HERE.

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Ultimate Sinatra (100 Songs Celebrating 100 Years)

17498492 mmmain1 Ultimate Sinatra (100 Songs Celebrating 100 Years)The defining voice of the 20th Century, Frank Sinatra enjoyed a legendary recording career that spanned six decades. Available today, key recordings from Sinatra’s Columbia, Capitol, and Reprise eras are presented together for the first time. Ultimate Sinatra’s 4CD edition includes 100 tracks celebrating 100 years, a never before released bonus track, an 80-page booklet with a new essay by Sinatra historian and author Charles Pignone, as well as rare photos and quotes from Sinatra and his family. Other formats include MP3 and a double-LP Vinyl set. Click HERE to order the 4CD set which includes composer Cy Coleman’s standards “The Best is Yet to Come”, “Witchcraft”, and “Why Try to Change Me Now”.

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Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All – HBO April 5 & 6

homepage sinatra soon 1024x685 Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All   HBO April 5 & 6Tune in April 5 & 6 for HBO‘s two-part premiere of Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All 8PM EST. Based on a 1971 concert at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, filmmaker Alex Gibney (known for his in-depth documentaries of James Brown, Fela Kuti as well as Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief) charts the singer’s legendary determination to stay on top. The film takes each of the 11 songs Sinatra sang that night as the basis for a chapter in his complicated life. Not to be missed!

View the trailer HERE.

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