Frank Sinatra

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Rough Guides, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 394 pages
The Rough Guide to Frank Sinatra covers every aspect of the life, legend and music of "The Voice", a singing waiter from New Jersey who became the most famous entertainer of all-time. Features include:
  • The man: the buddies and the brawls, the lovers and the legacies, and the controversies surrounding the political and Mafia connections of "The Chairman of the Board"
  • The music: album-by-album coverage from the 1930s to the 1919s and the stories behind his greatest songs
  • The films: the musicals, comedies and thrillers of the man who won an Oscar for From Here to Eternity
  • Frank facts: the trivia and the jokes, the projects that failed and how to hire his house in Palm Springs

And much, much more than this!

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The Music
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About the author (2005)

A lifelong Sinatra fan and jazz musician, Chris Ingham, currently divides his time between music journalism and writing pop. He is author of the Rough Guide to the Beatles.

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