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Frank Sinatra – Come Dance With Me! (1959/2015) [Official Digital Download 24bit/192kHz]

Frank Sinatra – Come Dance With Me! (1959/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time – 31:12 minutes | 1,32 GB | Genre: Pop, Easy Listening, Vocal Jazz
Studio Master, Official Digital Download  | Source: ProStudioMasters | Artwork: Front cover | © Capitol Records
Recorded: December 9, 22, 23, 1958 at Capitol Studio A, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California

Come Dance with Me! is an album by American vocalist Frank Sinatra, released in 1959. Come Dance with Me! was Sinatra’s most successful album, spending two and a half years on the Billboard charts. Stereo Review wrote in 1959 that “Sinatra swaggers his way with effortless verve through an appealing collection of bouncy standards, aptly described in the album notes as “vocals that dance”.” At the Grammy Awards of 1960, Come Dance with Me! won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year, as well as Grammy Award for Best Vocal Performance, Male. Billy May won the Grammy Award for Best Arrangement. Come Dance With Me stayed on Billboard’s Pop album chart for 140 weeks, peaking at #2.

Working with Billy May again, Frank Sinatra recorded his hardest swing album ever with Come Dance with Me! Driven by an intensely swinging horn section, the album has a fair share of slower numbers, but the songs that make the biggest impression are the up-tempo cuts. With May’s charts wildly careening all over the place, Sinatra relies on his macho swagger; as a result, Come Dance with Me! is an intoxicating rush of invigorating dance songs. –Stephen Thomas Erlewine

1 Come Dance With Me 2:33
2 Something’s Gotta Give 2:42
3 Just In Time 2:28
4 Dancing In The Dark 2:29
5 Too Close For Comfort 2:36
6 I Could Have Danced All Night 2:46
7 Saturday Night (Is The Loneliest Night Of The Week) 1:59
8 Day In – Day Out 3:28
9 Cheek To Cheek 3:08
10 Baubles, Bangles And Beads 2:50
11 The Song Is You 2:45
12 The Last Dance 2:14

Frank Sinatra – vocals
Keely Smith – vocals (On “Nothing in Common” and “How Are Ya’ Fixed for Love?” CD bonus tracks)
Billy May – arranger, conductor
Heinie Beau – arranger
Billy May And His Orchestra


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