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Francis Albert Sinatra, 12 Dec 1915 - 14 May 1998I'm building a library here of the articles, comments and verses which have found their way onto the sleevenotes of Frank Sinatra's albums over the years.

Hopefully these will give some insight into the way the man worked, and the high regard in which he is held by so many in the music industry.

If you would like to contribute to The Sinatra Sleevenotes, please do. You can send me selections which I haven't got around to typing in yet, or even send me your own comments on particular albums. I cannot guarantee to include your contributions. Please make 'Sinatra' the subject line in your e-mail.

"Born in 1970, I discovered Frank Sinatra in my teens, and in him I found a friend who seemed to understand everything I went through, the highs and the lows. Others will pay tribute, more eloquently than I can, to his voice, his artistry and professionalism. All I can say is that his recordings of songs such as One For My Baby, All The Way, That's Life and Where Do You Go define periods in my life; and through the rest of my life his music will continue to influence me, comfort me and inspire me. May he rest in peace."

Gavin Regnart, 15 May 1998


Songs For Swingin' Lovers
The Sinatra Christmas Album
Come Fly With Me
Only The Lonely
No One Cares
Nice 'N' Easy
Ring-A-Ding Ding!
Point Of No Return
Great Songs From Great Britain
The Concert Sinatra
September Of My Years
Moonlight Sinatra
Strangers In The Night
The World We Knew
A Man Alone
Sinatra & Company
Some Nice Things I Missed
Sinatra Love Songs
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