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    Ive Got The World On A String - Frank Sinatra - Duets (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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    1. Goll

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      As a marketing concept, Frank Sinatra's comeback album Duets was a complete success. A collection of Sinatra standards produced by Phil Ramone, the record wasn't a duets album in the conventional sense -- Sinatra never recorded in the studio with his partners. Instead, the other singers recorded their tracks separately, sometimes in different studios, and the two tracks were pasted together to.
    2. Fauzil

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      Recorded near the end of Sinatra's career, it consists of electronically assembled duets between Sinatra and younger singers from various genres. The album was a commercial success, debuting at No. 2 on the Billboard albums chart, reaching No. 5 in the UK, and selling over 3 million copies in the US.
    3. Kajishakar

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      I've Got The World On A String Lyrics: I've got the world on a string / Sitting on a rainbow / Got the string around my finger / What a world, what a life, I'm in love / I've got a song that I.
    4. Moogukree

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      Frank Sinatra – I’ve Got The World On A String. Call for our Psychic line as low as 66¢/min. lyrics: I’ve got the world on a string I’m sitting on a rainbow Got the string around my finger What a world, what a life – I’m in love. I’ve got a song that I sing I can make the rain go Any time I .
    5. Kajinris

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      Got the world on a string Sittin' on a rainbow Got the string around my finger What a world, what a life, I'm in love Life's a wonderful thing (Life is a wonderful thing) Long as I hang on to the string I'd be a silly so and so (I'd be a silly so and so) If I should ever let it go (Let go, let it go) I've got the world on a string (And I've.
    6. Gogul

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      Aug 26,  · The album came after an album of duets between Sinatra and Lena Horne, instigated by Jones, was abandoned after Horne developed vocal problems and Sinatra, committed to other engagements, couldn't wait to record. This was the first studio album Sinatra had recorded with Jones since 's It Might as Well Be Swing/5(6).
    7. Maujind

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      "I've Got You Under My Skin" is a song written by Cole Porter. Frank Sinatra performed the songs twice in studio recordings, both times conducted by Nelson Riddle.. While the song was written in , and sang by various artists of that era, Frank Sinatra didn't sing the song until while performing "You'd Be So Easy to Love" on his early radio show.
    8. Kazilabar

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      Duets, an Album by Frank Sinatra. Released 2 November on Capitol (catalog no. CDP 7 2 3; CD). Genres: Vocal Jazz, Standards, Jazz Pop. Featured peformers: Frank Sinatra (vocals), Pat Williams (conductor), Oscar Brashear (trumpet), Robert O'Donnell (trumpet), Conte Candoli (trumpet), Dick Hyde (trombone), George Bohanon (trombone), Dick Nash (trombone), Jack Nimitz (saxophone.

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