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Ray Conniff - My Way - A Tribute To Frank Sinatra MP3
Performer: Ray Conniff
Title: My Way - A Tribute To Frank Sinatra
Label: PolyGram
Country: US
Released: 1998
Style: Easy Listening
Cat: P2-59236
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1011 mb | MP3 size: 1072 mb | WMA size: 1542 mb
Genre: Jazz / Pop
Tracklist

1The Way You Look Tonight
2Young At Heart
3New York, New York
4You Make Me Feel So Young
5All The Way
6The Second Time Around
7Strangers In The Night
8I've Got You Under My Skin
9My Kind Of Town (Chicago Is)
10Mack The Knife
11The Lady Is A Tramp
12My Way

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
5592362Ray Conniff My Way ‎(CD, Album)Polydor5592362Germany1998
5592362Ray Conniff My Way ‎(CD, Album)PolyGram, Ivy Music5592362Brazil1998
314 559 236-2Ray Conniff My Way ‎(CD, Album)Polydor314 559 236-2US1998

Notes

Arranged, produced and conducted by Ray Conniff.

Album

New York, New York, My Way, Mack The Knife, Strangers In The Night, I've Got You Under My Skin, Night and Day, Something' Stupid, The Way You Look Tonight, The Second Time Around, You Make Me Feel So Young, September Song, All Or Nothing At All, Moon River, Young At Heart, 's Wonderful. Skip to main content. All About Ray Conniff. Discography and Reference. Main menu. My Way is an album by American singer Frank Sinatra, released in 1969 on his own Reprise label. The album is mainly a collection of then-contemporary pop songs, such as Simon and Garfunkel's Mrs. Robinson, and The Beatles' Yesterday, French songs such as If You Go Away, and the anthemic title song My Way, which effectively became Sinatra's theme song in this stage of his career. My Kind of Town São Paulo Is, New York, New York, The Way You Look Tonight and I've Got You Under My Skin - from a free open air concert which songs from which albums Ray Conniff played during the My Way - Tribute to Frank Sinatra Tribute to Frank Sinatra is a 1999 album by Klaus Wunderlich, that consists 16 Sinatra tunes. The Lady Is a Tramp Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart. Strangers in the Night Bert Kaempfert, Charles Singleton, Eddie Snyder. I Only Have Eyes for You Harry Warren, Al Dubin. Something George Harrison. From Here to Eternity Freddy Karger, Robert Wells. I've Got You Under My Skin Cole Porter. My Way Paul Anka, Claude Francois, Jacques Revaux, Gilles Thibaut. Downtown Tony Hatch. Songs in album Klaus Wunderlich - A Tribute To Frank Sinatra 1990. Klaus Wunderlich - The Lady Is A Tramp. Klaus Wunderlich - Strangers In The Night. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Album 2006 15 Songs. The Best of Lionel Hampton. Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra. My Way Live. Nina Simone. Thilo Wolf Big Band. New York New York - The Frank Sinatra Story, Vol. 1 Instrumental Versions. The Gary Tesca Orchestra. At 85, Willie Nelson isnt letting any grass grow under him: The legendary singer and songwriter is releasing his second album of the year in September, a Frank Sinatra tribute outing called My Way on Sonys Legacy label. I learned a lot about phrasing listening to Frank, Willie said recently in an interview for AARP magazine JuneJuly 2018. He didnt worry about behind the beat or in front of the beat, or whatever-he could sing it either way, and thats the feel you have to have. Nelson, who cancelled some shows earlier this year due to illness, is back on the road through the end of this year the My Way tracklist appears in full below: Fly Me To The Moon. Summer Wind. Listen free to Frank Sinatra A Tribute to Frank Sinatra You Make Me Feel so Young, All The Way and more. 44 tracks 117:08. My Way, released in 1969, is a studio album Frank Sinatra released under Reprise Records. My Way is Sinatra's fifty-sixth studio album. The album, arranged by Don Costa, features some of the time's most famous hits such as Watch What Happens, For Once in My Life, Yesterday, and the title song, My Way. My Way later became one of Sinatra's concert staples and became a pseudo theme song for Sinatra

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