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Sinatra At the Sands (with Count Basie & The Orchestra) [Live]


Download links and information about Sinatra At the Sands (with Count Basie & The Orchestra) [Live] by Frank Sinatra. This album was released in 1966 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:11:12 minutes.

Artist: Frank Sinatra
Release date: 1966
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:11:12
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No. Title Length
1. Come Fly With Me (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 3:45
2. I've Got a Crush On You (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 2:42
3. I've Got You Under My Skin (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 3:43
4. The Shadow of Your Smile (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 2:31
5. Street of Dreams (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 2:16
6. One for My Baby (And One More for the Road) [Live] (featuring Count Basie) 4:40
7. Fly Me to the Moon (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 2:50
8. One O'Clock Jump (Instrumental) [Live] (featuring Count Basie) 0:53
9. The Tea Break (Sinatra Monologue) [Live] (featuring Count Basie) 11:48
10. You Make Me Feel So Young (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 3:21
11. All of Me (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 2:56
12. The September of My Years (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 2:57
13. Get Me to the Church On Time (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 2:21
14. It Was a Very Good Year (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 4:01
15. Don't Worry 'Bout Me (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 3:18
16. Makin' Whoopee (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 4:24
17. Where or When (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 2:46
18. Angel Eyes (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 3:26
19. My Kind of Town (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 3:04
20. A Few Last Words (Sinatra Monologue) [Live] (featuring Count Basie) 2:30
21. My Kind of Town (Live) (featuring Count Basie) 1:00



In many ways, Sinatra at the Sands is the definitive portrait of Frank Sinatra in the '60s. Recorded in April of 1966, At the Sands is the first commercially released live Frank Sinatra album, recorded at a relaxed Las Vegas club show. For these dates at the Sands, Sinatra worked with Count Basie and his orchestra, which was conducted by Quincy Jones. Like any of his concerts, the material was fairly predictable, with his standard show numbers punctuated by some nice surprises. Throughout the show, Sinatra is in fine voice, turning in a particularly affecting version of "Angel Eyes." He is also in fine humor, constantly joking with the audience and the band, as well as delivering an entertaining, if rambling, monologue halfway through the album. Some of the humor has dated poorly, appearing insensitive, but that sentiment cannot be applied to the music. Basie and the orchestra are swinging and dynamic, inspiring a textured, dramatic, and thoroughly enjoyable performance from Sinatra.