20 Songs, 59 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

When Sinatra signed to Capitol Records in 1953, he was looking to reinvent himself. Then he teamed up with Nelson Riddle for the richest seven-year partnership in history. Riddle’s arrangements were breathtaking, and Frank’s new style proved intimate and honest, playful and seductive. “I’ve Got You Under My Skin” starts out at a whisper and finishes a full-blown party, while masterpieces like “It Never Entered My Mind,” “Glad to Be Unhappy,” and “I Get Along Without You Very Well” are sustained tempests of rage and despair.

EDITORS’ NOTES

When Sinatra signed to Capitol Records in 1953, he was looking to reinvent himself. Then he teamed up with Nelson Riddle for the richest seven-year partnership in history. Riddle’s arrangements were breathtaking, and Frank’s new style proved intimate and honest, playful and seductive. “I’ve Got You Under My Skin” starts out at a whisper and finishes a full-blown party, while masterpieces like “It Never Entered My Mind,” “Glad to Be Unhappy,” and “I Get Along Without You Very Well” are sustained tempests of rage and despair.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

Zxyxxncmmiidduemh ,

Why is this so good?

It just sounds so modern yet so old, nice

Tony game man ,

Good album, bad artist ( in my opinion )

He’s not really a bad artist at all, but I hold a grudge against him for trying to stop rock n Roll music.

Jccraigster ,

Can't go wrong with Frank!

Young at Heart-- used this beautiful song as my father walked me down the aisle at my wedding.

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