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Bobby Darrin, "Mack the Knife." [T]he standard from Kurt Weill's Threepenny Opera, was given a vamping jazz-pop interpretation. Although initially opposed to releasing it as a single, the song went to No. 1 on the charts for nine weeks, sold two million copies, and won the Grammy Award for Record of the Year in 1960." [Wikipedia]

Bobby Darrin, "Mack the Knife." [T]he standard from Kurt Weill's Threepenny Opera, was given a vamping jazz-pop interpretation. Although initially opposed to releasing it as a single, the song went to No. 1 on the charts for nine weeks, sold two million copies, and won the Grammy Award for Record of the Year in 1960." [Wikipedia]

Frank Sinatra and Count Basie - better than Peanut Butter and Jam

Frank Sinatra and Count Basie - better than Peanut Butter and Jam

The sounds of Sinatra are helping patients undergoing surgery to relax and even heal faster, say researchers. Hits like 'I've got you under my skin' can reduce the fear factor for patients who stay awake during surgery but need a local anaesthetic.

I've got you under my skin: How listening to Sinatra sing can help you heal faster

The sounds of Sinatra are helping patients undergoing surgery to relax and even heal faster, say researchers. Hits like 'I've got you under my skin' can reduce the fear factor for patients who stay awake during surgery but need a local anaesthetic.

FRANK SINATRA -- Two of the many radio shows that Sinatra starred in are as follows -- Lux Radio Theatre 47-12-29 Anchors Away -- Radio Readers Digest 46-12-19 Room For A Stranger -- www.originaloldradio.com

FRANK SINATRA -- Two of the many radio shows that Sinatra starred in are as follows -- Lux Radio Theatre 47-12-29 Anchors Away -- Radio Readers Digest 46-12-19 Room For A Stranger -- www.originaloldradio.com

Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra at Villa Capri, 1955.

Frank Sinatra parties with Rat Pack, cavorts with his female fans

Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra at Villa Capri, 1955.

"The Way You Look Tonight" - Frank Sinatra.  Let Old Blue Eyes dedicate this song to the beautiful bride!  Upbeat and happy.  For a slower and more romantic version, try Tony Bennett's interpretation.

"The Way You Look Tonight" - Frank Sinatra. Let Old Blue Eyes dedicate this song to the beautiful bride! Upbeat and happy. For a slower and more romantic version, try Tony Bennett's interpretation.

"Everything Happens to Me."  Written by Matt Dennis and Thomas Adair, 1941.  This song was introduced by Frank Sinatra, singing with Tommy Dorsey’s Orchestra.  But, no one can beat the instrumental version by Charlie Parker, recorded in 1949, which is perfect.

"Everything Happens to Me." Written by Matt Dennis and Thomas Adair, 1941. This song was introduced by Frank Sinatra, singing with Tommy Dorsey’s Orchestra. But, no one can beat the instrumental version by Charlie Parker, recorded in 1949, which is perfect.

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