Because the head and the air have both been taken.
Sunday, 30 July 2017
92 - Frank Sinatra - Frank Albert Sinatra and Antonio Carlos Jobim
Release Date: 1967
For those music fans in 1967 who liked to follow the lead of the Haight-Ashbury set and see things in technicolour, Frank Sinatra must've seemed an oddity from a bygone era. It has been a long time since I listened to Sinatra, yet here he is sandwiched between the likes of Captain Beefheart, Frank Zappa, the Velvet Underground and Jefferson Airplane with not a drug-reference in site. This album was pleasant enough, without offering anything mind-blowing. Often his voice makes a good song great.
Favourite Track: The Girl from Impenema
There's a book you may or may not have heard of called '1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die'. Here is my attempt to do just that. Follow my progress from Frank Sinatra to Arcade Fire as I write my thoughts and feelings about each album.
All errors in this blog are mine, and mine only (unless they're not).