Sunday, 30 July 2017
92 - Frank Sinatra - Frank Albert Sinatra and Antonio Carlos Jobim
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