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Sinatra and the Pipers teamed to record a major hit, I'll Never Smile Again, in that year.
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Sinatra and Pipers
Others who played with Dorsey were drummers Buddy Rich, Louie Bellson, Dave Tough saxophonist Tommy Reed, and singers Frank Sinatra, Jack Leonard, Edythe Wright, Jo Stafford with The Pied Pipers, Dick Haymes
In 1944 he formed the vocal quintet " Mel Tormé and His Mel-Tones ," modeled on Frank Sinatra and The Pied Pipers.
At that moment, the # 1 record on the charts was There Are Such Things sung by Frank Sinatra and the Pied Pipers, the last RCA record they did with Dorsey.
In the same year, Troup's song " Snootie Little Cutie " was recorded by Frank Sinatra and Connie Haines with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra and the Pied Pipers.
Five versions of the song became top ten hits in 1947: by Art Lund, by Dick Haymes, by Frank Sinatra, by Dennis Day, and by The Pied Pipers.
Sinatra and record
Before the advent of rock and roll, concept albums had their original heyday in jazz of the early to mid ' 50s with artists such as Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra, the latter of whom would record numerous concept albums for Capitol throughout the last half of the ' 50s such as In the Wee Small Hours, Come Fly with Me, Where Are You?
Sinatra left Capitol to found his own record label, Reprise Records in 1961 ( finding success with albums such as Ring-a-Ding-Ding !, Sinatra at the Sands and Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim ), toured internationally, was a founding member of the Rat Pack and fraternized with celebrities and statesmen, including John F. Kennedy.
In 2004 she collaborated with former Los Angeles neighbour Morrissey to record a version of his song " Let Me Kiss You ", which was featured on her autumn release Nancy Sinatra.
The following lyrics are found in the chorus: " While Frank Sinatra sings ' Stormy Weather ,' the flies and spiders get along together ; cobwebs fall on an old, skipping record.
In 1991 Spiner recorded an album of 1940s pop standards entitled Ol ' Yellow Eyes Is Back, the title of which was a play on the yellow contact lenses Spiner wore as Data, and the title of a Frank Sinatra record, Ol ' Blue Eyes Is Back.
* February 13 – Frank Sinatra forms his own record label, Reprise Records, which would later release recordings by The Beach Boys, Ella Fitzgerald, The Kinks and Jimi Hendrix.
The 1950s roster now included Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra, Stan Kenton, Judy Garland, The Andrews Sisters, Jackie Gleason, Jane Froman, Wesley Tuttle, Ray Anthony, Andy Griffith, Shirley Bassey, Merle Travis, The Kingston Trio ( who in 1960 would account for 20 % of all record sales for Capitol ), Dean Martin, The Four Freshmen, Al Martino, Dinah Shore and Nancy Wilson ( actually signed in 1960 to Capitol ).
Some of the most renowned modern popular musicians from New Jersey are Hoboken native Frank Sinatra, who was one of the most popular singers of the 20th century ; and The Four Seasons ( group ) who had their first No. 1 hit record, " Sherry ", in 1962.
His 1946 recording of " That's My Desire " remains a landmark record signaling the end of both the dominance of the big bands and the crooning styles favored by contemporaries Dick Haymes and Frank Sinatra.
It was another prominent native of Hoboken, Francis Albert " Frank " Sinatra Sr., who, taking Zadora under his wing in the middle 1980s, encouraged her to record albums consisting primarily of standards.
In 1951, she made a TV guest appearance with Frank Sinatra, which prompted Columbia Records producer Mitch Miller to record a novelty duet with Frank and Dagmar, " Mama Will Bark ".
However, since there was a clause in her contract ( as was the case with most other Fox stars ) stating that she could not officially record any of her movie songs, other singers like Dick Haymes ( whose version hit # 1 for four weeks ), Frank Sinatra, and Rosemary Clooney have been more associated with the song than Faye.
The notoriety of this activism discouraged major record labels from carrying his work, but Frank Sinatra supported him and signed him to a contract with his label, Reprise Records.
The all-time attendance record of 5, 000 was set in the spring of 1941, when Tommy Dorsey's reorganized band featured a young up and coming vocalist, Frank Sinatra.
When Sinatra started his own record label, Reprise Records, he signed Sales to a recording contract.
The total deal was valued at around US $ 10 million and it gave Sinatra a one-third share in the combined record company and a seat on the Warner-Reprise board ; Warner Bros. records head Mike Maitland became the president of the new combine and Mo Ostin was retained as manager of the Reprise label.
Sneddon was inspired by his father ’ s record collection of The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, Van Morrison and Elton John, and he cites The Beatles as a big influence.
It ’ s All Up to You features vocals by Frank Sinatra and Dinah Shore, although Kyser's participation in this recording is disputed, record label showing Axel Stordahl as conductor.
Sinatra and major
The popularity of many of the major bands was amplified by star vocalists, such as Frank Sinatra with Tommy Dorsey, Helen O ' Connell and Bob Eberly with Jimmy Dorsey, Ella Fitzgerald with Chick Webb, Billie Holiday and Jimmy Rushing with Count Basie, Dick Haymes and Helen Forrest with Harry James, Doris Day with Les Brown, Toni Arden and Ken Curtis with Shep Fields and Peggy Lee with Benny Goodman.
Brown and the band performed with virtually every major performer of their time, including Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, and Nat " King " Cole.
* guest spots on every major television show of the 1950s and 1960s, including those hosted by Ed Sullivan, Milton Berle, Perry Como, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Johnny Carson, Joey Bishop, Art Linkletter, and Jimmy Dean.
MacLaine also had a major role ( and Sinatra a cameo ) in the 1956 Oscar-winning film Around the World in Eighty Days.
These credits included guest spots on nearly all the major variety shows of the period such as The Perry Como Show, The Andy Williams Show, The Kraft Music Hall, Frank Sinatra, The Ed Sullivan Show, The Hollywood Palace, The Red Skelton Show, Eddie Fisher, The Dinah Shore Show, The Dean Martin Show, The Smothers Brothers, Jonathan Winters, This is Tom Jones, The Garry Moore Show, The Jerry Lewis Show and The Judy Garland Show.
Other major stars in the early 1950s included Frank Sinatra (" Young at Heart ," " Three Coins in the Fountain ," " Witchcraft "), Tony Bennett (" Cold, Cold Heart ," " Because of You ," " Rags to Riches "), Kay Starr (" Bonaparte's Retreat ," " Wheel of Fortune ," " Rock and Roll Waltz "), Rosemary Clooney (" Come On-a My House ," " Mambo Italiano ," " Half as Much ," " This Ole House "), Dean Martin (" That's Amore ," " Return to Me ," " Sway "), Georgia Gibbs (" Kiss of Fire ," " Dance With Me, Henry ," " Tweedle Dee "), Eddie Fisher (" Anytime ," " Wish You Were Here ," " Thinking of You ," " I'm Walking Behind You ," " Oh!
The first was recorded for Capitol Records on August 15, 1955, released on the 1956 album This Is Sinatra !, and became a major chart hit.
The arena has hosted other major concerts by every act from Frank Sinatra to Garth Brooks to Jimmy Page / Robert Plant.
A number of Italian-American crooners soon found a major youth audience, including Dean Martin, Rudy Vallee, Tony Bennett, Perry Como, Frankie Laine and, most famously, the " first pop vocalist to engender hysteria among his fans " Frank Sinatra.
Chaplin worked with and was friends with most of the major songwriters and performers of his era, such as Cole Porter, Ira Gershwin, Al Jolson, Leonard Bernstein, Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, Phil Silvers, Julie Andrews, Frank Sinatra and others.
His colorful autobiography, " Runnin ' Rebel: Shark Tales of " Extra Benefits ", Frank Sinatra and Winning it All " was released in October 2005 and was a major national seller.
Her first major English speaking role in the movies was the film version of Come Blow Your Horn ( 1963 ), with Frank Sinatra.
" Often exciting, often insane, film work provided opportunity to work with some interesting and unique people — Clark Gable, Henry Fonda, Frank Sinatra, Shirley MacLaine, William Holden, Steve McQueen, Charlton Heston, Raquel Welch, and others, on seventeen major pictures.
In 1998 Tom created Frank, The Sinatra Story In Song which opened at the Seymour Centre in Sydney then on to other major cities, curiously, Sinatra died just two weeks before opening night.
This song should not be confused with the Burt Bacharach-Hal David song, "( They Long to Be ) Close to You ", a major 1970s hit for The Carpenters, which was also recorded by Sinatra on October 29, 1970 for his album Sinatra And Company.