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Re: Ken ....Great picks this week.....
Great songs, to be sure. Truth of the matter is, you can't go wrong with any Frank Sinatra song. That's why folks called him the Chairman of the Board.
As for favorites? I guess I'd have to choose "That's Life" even though there's no "do be do be do"! (in reference to "Strangers In The Night).
Extremely well arranged by Ernie Freeman and those chorus girls repeating the words "That's Life" gives this song an additional perk.
Max, 1966's, "The Summer Wind" is also my favorite Frank song! The song was also featured in 1984's The Pope Of Greenwich Village starring Mickey Rourke. I've not yet viewed The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing so I can't comment on the song's format in the movie.
My All-time favorite Sinatra song......
Probably the best song ever written by Paul Williams....
For a movie with Burt Reynolds called "The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing."
My memory is slipping on this. But, I belive only an instrumental version was in the movie...