Tag: Frank Sinatra

Jazz Chart Update: Week of July 15

A new face has emerged atop the JazzWeek Radio Chart, while a familiar figure reclaimed the top spot of the Billboard Jazz Chart. On both charts, quiet rumblings could be felt in the bottom half of the Top 10. 

Dig In: Bossa Nova Essentials

In the ’60s, as new subgenres like free-jazz, hard-bop, modal jazz and fusion began to flourish stateside, over in Brazil, a group of chic, melody-minded composers were engaged in their own jazz experiment.

Frank Sinatra – “Come Fly With Me”

This is the opening cut from Sinatra’s timeless 1966 live album ‘Sinatra at the Sands,’ featuring the Count Basie Orchestra and arrangements by a then up-and-coming arranger named Quincy Jones.

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