More conventional than “In the Wee Small Hours” but magnificently packed with classics, this landmark album shows Sinatra at his swingiest.
Cheery, authentic and full of soul, Fats Domino’s debut says hello to rock and roll in style.
It’s all easy-to-digest Vegas swing with an Italian twist, but it’s hard not to listen without dreaming you’re in “The Sopranos”.
Even for country cynics like me, there’s a lot of charm in this old album of heartache, pain and Leadbelly covers.
Fresh, full of fire and ready to change the world. This is the man who would be The King in glorious purity.
Quarkmonkey begins his journey through a lot of albums with a look at this 1954 charmer from Ol’ Blue Eyes himself, Mr Frank Sinatra.
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