RIYL: Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Nancy Sinatra, Antonio Carlos Jobim
Fun Fact: This album was nominated for album of the year at the 10th ever Grammys. It lost to the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper. Sinatra had won the previous two album of the year awards.
This is the 50th anniversary repress of this album on beautiful blue vinyl and it’s limited to 1000 copies worldwide. With the number of Sinatra fans there are this one may go quickly. I originally found a link to a site that had it for $40. But I kept looking and found this one for $27.99. Don’t say I never did anything nice for you.
It’s got some real sexy bossa nova jamz on it. Think about picking this up for date night!
50th Anniversary - Exclusive Blue Vinyl
Frank Sinatraâ€™s acclaimed 1967 album with Brazilian music legend Antonio Carlos Jobim, Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim, in an expanded version for its 50th Anniversary Edition, to be released 7th April.
Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim brought together two maestros from divergent musical worlds in a serene sigh of sun-dappled bossa-nova. In evening studio sessions at Hollywoodâ€™s Western Recorders between January 30 and February 1, 1967, Sinatra breathed new life into the albumâ€™s 10 songs, accompanied vocally on four by Jobim, who also played guitar on the album. The albumâ€™s tracks include seven Jobim originals and three American Songbook classics, delicately arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman with a studio orchestra, and produced by Sonny Burke.
â€śI havenâ€™t sung so soft since I had the laryngitis,â€ť joked Sinatra during their first evening together in the studio, easing into the hushed swing of the sessions.
Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim ascended Billboardâ€™s albums chart in April 1967, peaking at No.19 and remaining on the chart for 28 weeks. The 50th Anniversary Editionâ€™s CD and digital formats include two bonus tracks: A medley of â€śQuiet Nights of Quiet Starsâ€ť/â€śChange Partnersâ€ť/â€śI Concentrate on Youâ€ť/â€śThe Girl from Ipanemaâ€ť from A Man And His Music + Ella + Jobim, and a previously unreleased studio session of â€śThe Girl from Ipanema" from January 31, 1967.
1. The Girl from Ipanema
3. Change Partners
4. Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars
1. If You Never Come to Me
2. How Insensitive
3. I Concentrate on You
4. Baubles, Bangles and Beads
5. Once I Loved
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