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Frank Sinatra - Best Of Duets (2013)

2-12-2013, 02:22
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Pop | Easy Listening | FLAC / APE

Frank Sinatra - Best Of Duets (2013)

Artist: Frank Sinatra
Title Of Album: Best Of Duets
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Capitol
Genre: Jazz / Pop
Format: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 53:26 min
Total Size: 309 MB / 120 MB


01. Come Fly With Me with Luis Miguel
02. What Now My Love with Aretha Franklin
03. Come Rain Or Come Shine with Gloria Estefan
04. For Once In My Life with Gladys Knight & Stevie Wonder
05. I've Got A Crush On You with Barbra Streisand
06. The Lady Is A Tramp with Luther Vandross
07. Moonlight In Vermont with Linda Ronstadt
08. My Kind Of Town with Frank Sinatra, Jr.
09. Embraceable You with Lena Horne
10. Luck Be A Lady with Chrissie Hynde
11. I've Got You Under My Skin with Bono
12. All The Way / One For My Baby (And One More For The Road) with Kenny G
13. New York, New York with Tony Bennett
14. My Way with Luciano Pavarotti (Bonus Track)

Accompanying the 2013 Deluxe Edition reissue of Frank Sinatra's Duets is The Best of Duets, a 14-track compilation that rounds up highlights from that 1993 album and its 1994 sequel, adding his duet with Luciano Pavarotti on "My Way," a cut previously unreleased in the U.S. (but available on various international editions of the first Duets). As these two albums are cut from the same cloth -- they were assembled from the same long-distance sessions helmed by Phil Ramone -- they compile nicely, and this collection also benefits by emphasizing vocalists familiar with the Great American Songbook over pop/rock novelties. To be sure, such attention-grabbers as Bono and Chrissie Hynde are here (the latter providing one of the liveliest cuts), but this focuses on Barbra Streisand, Luther Vandross, Lena Horne, Tony Bennett, Aretha Franklin, and Frank Sinatra, Jr, which does mean this music doesn't seem quite as desperate to please all demographics as it did on the original album. Nothing changes how the Duets project remains a not-entirely essential coda to Sinatra's career, but anybody wanting to sample this swan song would do as well listening to this compilation as they would listening to the actual albums. -- Stephen Thomas Erlewine ~



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