<tc>Frank Sinatra – The Voice (Mono, 200g, SuperVinyl)</tc>
<tc>Frank Sinatra – The Voice (Mono, 200g, SuperVinyl)</tc>
<tc>Frank Sinatra – The Voice (Mono, 200g, SuperVinyl)</tc>
<tc>Frank Sinatra – The Voice (Mono, 200g, SuperVinyl)</tc>
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<tc>Frank Sinatra – The Voice (Mono, 200g, SuperVinyl)</tc>

Frank Sinatra – The Voice (Mono, 200g, SuperVinyl)

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COMPILATION

Frank Sinatra - Vocals

 

1 LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 200g SuperVinyl

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : unspecified

Label : Classic Records

Original Label : Columbia

Originally released in 1955

Reissued in 2002

 

Tracks:

Side A:

  1. I Don't Know Why          
  2. Try A Little Tenderness 
  3. (I Don't Stand) A Ghost Of A Chance (With You)
  4. Paradise             
  5. These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)          
  6. Laura    

Side B:

  1. She's Funny That Way   
  2. Fools Rush In    
  3. Over The Rainbow         
  4. That Old Black Magic    
  5. Spring Is Here   
  6. Lover

     

    Reviews:

    “Most of the Sinatra recordings available during the 1950s consisted of his contemporary work for Capitol Records. But every so often his former label, Columbia Records, would get something together on LP from among his '40s and early-'50s sides. The Voice was one of a handful of '50s long-players showcasing the first phase of Sinatra's solo career, and at the time it wowed listeners -- the focus is on the ballads, and the dozen represented here constitute a bumper crop of classics, all resplendent in the singer's richest, most overpowering intonation and most delicately nuanced work. The sensibilities, from the lushly seductive "Laura" to the gently self-satisfied "(I Got a Woman Crazy for Me) She's Funny That Way," show off a huge emotional range, and the latter song may be the highlight of the album, displaying a soft yet smugly confident brand of machismo, all of it drenched in Axel Stordahl's overflowing string arrangements, yet quietly bold in its emotional content. It's that stretch of subtexts that, coupled with the beauty of Sinatra's instrument and Stordahl's arrangements, make the singer's Columbia material so striking to hear -- his subsequent work on Capitol and Reprise would be defined differently, and usually more directly, along with the texture and range of his singing. The Columbia material tended to get neglected, both in the marketplace and most listeners' minds, as his career extended over the decades, but hearing The Voice anew is a reminder of just how overpowering Sinatra's sound could be, even in the early phase of his solo work.” AllMusic Review by Bruce Eder

     

     

    Ratings :

    AllMusic : 4 / 5 , Discogs : 4.57 / 5

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