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From the Vaults Two And More [Audio Archive AA 201, 1CD]

Outtakes and live session tracks. Very good soundboard.

As usual with such compilations, duplication of tracks (on various titles) is inevitable.

Thanks to Dave for sharing the tracks on the net in 2007.

Dave noted:

The first half consists of unreleased session outtakes from the Capitol years in pristine sound quality. The second half is a variety of unreleased live broadcasts with very good sound quality, B+/A-. Track 4 is the only known Sinatra recording of Billy Strayhorn’s “Lush Life.” It consists of a couple of false starts, then a take that consists essentially of the song’s verse, coming to a halt almost immediately at the start of the refrain. As far as is known, Sinatra never returned to the song, which is very unfortunate, as what we can hear of Nelson Riddle’s arrangement sounds like a distinctive and inspired take on Nat Cole’s classic 1949 version (arranged by Pete Rugolo). One of the false starts of “How Deep Is the Ocean,” in which Sinatra changes a few key words, absolutely ruined the official version for me. I honestly can’t listen to the opening of the official track (on NICE ‘N’ EASY) without breaking into a wide grin.

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From The Vaults Two
Track 01. What Is This Thing Called Love [February 16, 1955] 2:48 (4.7MB)
Track 02. The Tender Trap [September 13, 1955] 4:12 (7.1MB)
Track 03. Moonlight in Vermont [October 3, 1957] 9:38 (16.2MB)
Track 04. Lush Life [incomplete, May 25, 1958] 3:48 (6.4MB)
Track 05. Willow Weep for Me [May 29, 1958] 6:03 (10.2MB)
Track 06. Gone with the Wind [June 24, 1958] 4:21 (7.3MB)
Track 07. She’s Funny That Way [March 2, 1960] 8:15 (13.9MB)
Track 08. How Deep Is the Ocean [March 3, 1960] 4:07 (6.9MB)

And More - Live In the ’50s
Showband Show,” London, BBC, July 16, 1953
Track 09. I’ve Got the World on a String 2:40 (4.5MB)
Track 10. Day In, Day Out 3:44 (6.3MB)
Track 11. Take a Chance [”General Electric Show,” CBS, Hollywood, March 28, 1954] 2:34 (4.3MB)
Track 12. I’ll Be Seeing You [”The Frank Sinatra Show,” ABC, Hollywood, November 8, 1957] 1:59 (3.3MB)
The Frank Sinatra Show,” ABC, Hollywood, November 15, 1957
Track 13. From This Moment On 2:42 (4.5MB)
Track 14. Baby, Won’t You Please Come Home 2:19 (3.9MB)
Track 15. I Believe [”The Frank Sinatra Show,” ABC, Hollywood, May 23, 1958] 1:50 (3.1MB)
Track 16. We’ll Be Together Again [”The Frank Sinatra Show,” ABC, Hollywood, May 19, 1958] 3:53 (6.5MB)
Track 17. Lonely Town [”The Frank Sinatra Show,” ABC, Hollywood, May 23, 1958] 3:46 (6.3MB)
Track 18. I Love You [”The Frank Sinatra Show,” ABC, Hollywood, February 14, 1958] 2:12 (3.7MB)
71 mins

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  2. it must be the weekend ‘cuz Frankie is here. looks like some fun things herein for hearin’. thanks, BigO.

    and here comes the flood as the closets open and all the guys here come out and, while still being afraid to admit it, talk about how much they like dick…

    By 23rdDjin on Nov 19, 2016

  3. I made the mistake of marrying Frank Sinatra, I had to dump his sorry, skinny ass after a year. Yeah, he had a big cock and loved to show it off, but he didn’t know how to use it. He was as subtle as a pile driver when he pounded me, and just as affectionate. I turned him down more times than I let him bang me. He was on and off more easily than a light switch. He wasn’t much good with his tongue, either. If he could have licked my twat as well as Artie Shaw, I may have stayed with him a few more months.

    Christ, what a pussy he was! Insecure, no friends, no work, always crying like a baby. I had to pay the goddamn rent, he was so broke! What little money he had went for booze. His phony suicide attempt was a joke, after that one I got myself off with him next to me in bed more times than he ever did the deed.

    I heard he had more fun circle jerking with the Rat Pack assholes than he had with that dirty hippie chick Mia Fucking Farrow. I dished with most of the other women he made it with, they heard about his cock, and were sooo disappointed that he just jumped on top and pounded away. Why else do you think they didn’t go back for seconds?

    By Ava Gardner's ghost on Nov 19, 2016

  4. Uncle Miltie had the biggest Cock in Show business,Steve McQueen a close second, then Frank

    By Tony C on Nov 20, 2016

  5. Uncle Miltie was by far the biggest , followed by Steve McQueen , then Frank

    By Tony C on Nov 20, 2016

  6. Uncle Miltie had the longest about 17 inches by all accounts , McQueen had the fattest , said to be about the size of three coors cans put together ouch , girls had to enjoy a little pain

    By Tony C on Nov 20, 2016

  7. You faggots need to stop lyin and insultin Frank,No Broad ever left Frank ,he dumped them bitches .Frank knew how to use his dick no poundin away and then off ,All them bitches came back for seconds and thirds .Artie Shaw was a faggot with a little skinny dick.

    By Carlos,Cuevas on Nov 20, 2016

  8. Thank you for these historic recordings ,my parents liked Sinatra and i got into him when i got older.Why is every Frank Sinatra post laden with these vulgar x rated comments ,No one thinks any of you are that funny, only pathetic

    By Stuart G on Nov 20, 2016

  9. Its amazing just how these scumbags have nothing better to do than write stupid crap. I guess thats what happens when you have no girlfriend and live in your parents basement even though you’re middle aged

    By Walter on Nov 20, 2016

  10. Tony, i guess youre obsessed with milties dick because yours is the size of a grain of rice. Awwwwww

    By Walter on Nov 20, 2016

  11. Really appreciate all of these Frank Sinatra recordings , that’s why this site is very diverse , Something for everyone , I agree that these stupid comments about his private life and dick size are immature and show a lack of respect for Frank the artist as well asto people who just want to enjoy the music . I visit many music blogs and I’ve never seen such venomous disrespect towards others as here , Trolls galore, whether it’s music , politics , or world affairs it seems that these back and forth attempts at one upsmanship never ends here , sad that there are so many dumbasses here because the music is first rate

    By Tom on Nov 20, 2016

  12. You don’t know dick, Carlos, and you barely have one, tu mamacita told us how pathetically tiny it is.

    Frank never dumped any one of his, we all dropped his sorry ass just like Ava Gardner did. Having a big cock doesn’t mean much if you don’t know how to use it properly. That was Frank’s problem, he mistaken thought that all he needed to do was ram it in and we’d all cum like geysers. That never happened, and he never cared, as long as he blew his wad in less than a minute he was happy. Why the hell do you think that none of us stayed with him? Being a lush with crying jags didn’t help.

    Talk about fags, he sucked Mafia cock to get the Maggio role, and Monty Clift donkey punched him regularly on the set. Ernie Borgnine watched a few times and laughed his fat ass off!

    By Frank's Ex-Broads on Nov 20, 2016

  13. Agreed tom. I think its just the mentally ill having nothing better to do

    By Walter on Nov 20, 2016

  14. I am he Biggest Dick in show business not those other guys , want to measure ?

    By John C Holmes on Nov 21, 2016

  15. I’m the biggest Dick in show business ! Who are those small fries ?

    By John C Holmes on Nov 21, 2016

  16. Why do these idiots come out on every Sinatra post ? Can’t people just talk music ?have have never heard such stupid bullshit over and over

    By Victor on Nov 22, 2016

  17. Wow! This is fabulous! There is so much stuff on here it’s hard to listen to everything, so thanks for leaving the posts up for awhile. That way us working stiffs can get to it when we can. This is an amazing recording. Maybe the best boot of all the recent Frank posts. Thanks so much Big O!!

    By Big Dave on Dec 9, 2016

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