The arrangement gradually builds to stronger climax points. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You — Elvis Presley - 34. . It climbed to 28 on the pop singles chart and became Frank Sinatra's first easy listening 1. I Was The One — Elvis Presley - 16. A new recording with a different arrangement was released as a single. True Love — Elvis Presley - 12.
They were popular folk singers. A Fine Romance — Frank Sinatra - 25. It is recognized as one of Frank Sinatra's classic upbeat songs. Blue Moon — Elvis Presley - 24. This time around it hit 2 on the charts and became a Frank Sinatra classic.
Frank Sinatra released his solo version as a single in 1959 and climbed to 30 on the pop singles chart. Love Me Tender — Elvis Presley - 08. The demo of the song to present to the film producers was sung by Frank Sinatra. The title refers to the tradition of throwing coins into Rome's Trevi Fountain and making wishes. Melody Of Love — Frank Sinatra - 21. Anyplace Is Paradise — Elvis Presley - 20. Frank Sinatra first recorded it in 1939 with the Harry James Orchestra.
I Love You Because — Elvis Presley - 22. It was played on the Apollo 10 mission that orbited the moon and then it became the first music played on the moon itself when Buzz Aldrin played it on a portable cassette player after stepping on the moon in the Apollo 11 mission. Starting out as a saloon singer in musty little dives he carried his own P. Frank Sinatra sang it with child star Eddie Hodges in the 1959 movie A Hole In the Head. However, Columbia Records reissued it in 1943 during the 1942-1944 Musicians' Strike that prevented creating new recordings. He acquired the rights to the song and rewrote the lyrics in English. John Kander and Fred Ebb wrote it specifically for her to sing.
Reportedly, he called Frank Sinatra up at 5 a. It won an Emmy Award for Best Musical Contribution. A young Quincy Jones was the arranger for the album. It is a parody of high society. It was sung by Marlon Brando in the 1955 film version of the musical and was picked as one of the top 100 movie songs of all time by the American Film Institute in 2004. He recorded his signature version of the song in 1956 with an arrangement by Nelson Riddle.
The song peaked at 27 on the pop chart and 2 easy listening. Two years later it became a Frank Sinatra signature song when he recorded it for his critically celebrated album Trilogy: Past Present Future. He later recorded a duet version with for his 1993 album Duets. Loving You — Elvis Presley - 14. You and the Night and the Music — Frank Sinatra - 5.
He later recorded the song again with Ella Fitzgerald. As a result, the songs collected here are probably the casual fan's main recollection of , and for that reason alone this anthology makes a fine place to start. Tell Me Why — Elvis Presley - 38. It is probably an unsolvable debate, but as this two-disc, 46-track set of key cuts from his Capitol and Reprise years shows, grew comfortably into his voice and phrasing during these years, learning to stay away from his limitations and work steadily toward his strengths, all with a clear sense of his public image. My Funny Valentine — Frank Sinatra - 11.
I Concentrate On You — Frank Sinatra. It was his first 1 pop hit in eleven years. It gained little notice at that point in time. It was also recorded by blues singer O. Frank Sinatra Frank Sinatra, Soundtrack: Silver Linings Playbook.