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Sinatra at the Sands is a live album by Frank Sinatra accompanied by Count Basie and his orchestra, and conducted and arranged by Quincy Jones, recorded live in the Copa Room of the former Sands Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas in 1966. It was Sinatra's first live album to be commercially released, and contains many definitive readings of the songs that are most readily associated with Sinatra.
Sinatra At The Sands is a 1966 live album by Frank Sinatra, accompanied by Count Basie and his Orchestra, conducted and arranged by Quincy Jones, recorded live at the Copa Room of the Sands Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. It was Sinatra’s first live album to be commercially released and contains many definitive readings of the songs that are most readily associated with Sinatra. Francis Albert Sinatra (December 12, 1915 – May 14, 1998) was an American singer, actor, and producer who was one of the most popular and influential musical artists of the 20th century. View full artist profile.
Remembering Frank Sinatra’s Time-Stopping Performance At The Sands. Captured live on ‘Sinatra At The Sands’, The Chairman delivered a performance that made everyone in the room think they’d hit the jackpot. Published on. October 15, 2018. Issued in July 1966 as a double-album on The Chairman’s own Reprise label, Sinatra At The Sands was seamlessly assembled from a week’s worth of shows recorded during a seven-night stint in Vegas which lasted from 26 January to 1 February 1966. It’s hard to believe that Frank Sinatra had notched up half a century of birthdays (he was 50 the previous December) without making a live album – he had, after all, been a professional singer since 1935 and a solo recording artist since 1943. But that all changed in 1966 when he joined forces with the legendary Count Basie and his band in Vegas.
Frank Sinatra's 'Sands' Turns 50. The Hoodlum from Hoboken is at his most Rat Pack-y on this 1966 live release, featuring the Count Basie Orchestra. During "The Tea Break" section of the album, Sinatra plays comedian: "I hope you’re having an enjoyable stay here in Las Vegas and have been fortunate," he tells the crowd. I can't say the same for Mr. Basie and myself. We’ve run into a streak of bad luck. Sunday we went up to the Grand Canyon and it was closed!" Laughter explodes in the Copa.
Luck Be A Lady Lyrics. They call you lady luck But there is room for doubt At times you've had a very unlady-like way of running out. You're on this date with me The Pickens have been lush And yet before this evening is over You might give me the brush. You might forget your manners You might refuse to stay And so the best that I can do is pray. Luck be a lady tonight Luck be a lady tonight Luck if you've ever been a lady to begin with Luck be a lady tonight
Sinatra at the Sands. Sinatra At The Sands. Pop this on, close your eyes, and you'll be instantly transported back to the Vegas of 1966. The Sands Hotel was still the "class joint" where Sinatra and his Rat Pack buddies partied, held court, and occasionally even performed. This priceless document (Sinatra's first official live album) captures the Chairman of the Board in performance mode, ably supported by conductor-arranger Quincy Jones and Count Basie and his Orchestra.
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|A1||Come Fly With Me
Written-By – Cahn-Van Heusen*
|A2||I've Got A Crush On You
Written-By – George & Ira Gershwin
|A3||I've Got You Under My Skin
Written-By – Cole Porter
|A4||The Shadow Of Your Smile
Written-By – Mandel*, Webster*
|A5||Street Of Dreams
Written-By – Lewis*, Young*
|A6||One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)
Written-By – Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
|B1||Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)
Written-By – Bart Howard
|B2||One O'Clock Jump
Featuring – Count BasieWritten-By – C. Basie*
|B3||"The Tea Break" (Monologue)||11:48|
|B4||You Make Me Feel So Young
Written-By – Myrow*, Gordon*
|C1||All Of Me
Featuring – Count BasieWritten-By – Marks*, Simons*
|C2||The September Of My Years
Written-By – Van Heusen-Cahn*
|C3||Get Me To The Church On Time
Written-By – Lerner*, Loewe*
|C4||It Was A Very Good Year
Written-By – Ervin Drake
|C5||Don't Worry 'Bout Me
Written-By – Bloom*, Koehler*
|C6||Makin' Whoopee! (Instrumental)
Featuring – Count BasieWritten-By – Kahn*, Donaldson*
|D1||Where Or When
Written-By – Rodgers & Hart
Written-By – Brent*, Dennis*
|D3||My Kind Of Town
Written-By – Cahn-Van Heusen*
|D4||"A Few Last Words" (Monologue)||2:30|
|D5||My Kind Of Town (Reprise)
Written-By – Cahn-Van Heusen*
- Recorded At – The Sands Hotel, Las Vegas
- Manufactured By – WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd.
- Distributed By – WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd.
- Arranged By, Conductor – Quincy Jones
- Art Direction – Ed Thrasher
- Engineer – Lowell Frank
- Featuring – Count Basie Orchestra
- Liner Notes – Stan Cornyn
- Photography By [Cover] – John Bryson
- Producer – Sonny Burke
- Technician [Tape Editor] – Lee Herschberg
NotesEarly WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd. version with tri-tone labels. This version has no Warner Communications credit.
This should rather clear date approximately 1972.
There also exist later two-tone label versions with Warner Communications Credit.
|2FS 1019||Frank Sinatra||Sinatra At The Sands (2xLP, Album, Gat)||Reprise Records||2FS 1019||US||1966|
|2F 1019||Frank Sinatra||Sinatra At The Sands (2xLP, Album, Mono, Gat)||Reprise Records||2F 1019||Australia||Unknown|
|64.002||Frank Sinatra||Sinatra At The Sands (2xLP, Gat)||Reprise Records||64.002||France||1972|
|2FS 1019||Frank Sinatra||Sinatra At The Sands (2xLP, Album, RE)||Reprise Records||2FS 1019||US||1981|
|2F 1019, 1019||Frank Sinatra With Count Basie Orchestra , Arranged & Conducted Quincy Jones||Frank Sinatra With Count Basie Orchestra , Arranged & Conducted Quincy Jones - In Concert-Sinatra At The Sands (2xLP, Album, Mono, San)||Reprise Records, Reprise Records||2F 1019, 1019||US||1966|