Forever Sinatra: A Celebration in Words & Images

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Legends Press, Feb 1, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography
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Frankie, The Voice, Chairman of the Board, Ol' Blue Eyes, or just plain Sinatra...we know him by many handles. He is the "greatest entertainer of the 20th century." Not only did he affect the course of American popular music like no other and illuminate the screen with stellar acting performances, he also fascinated the public with his extracurricular activities as a solo player and as leader of the celebrated and often imitated Rat Pack. Now we can get to know him even better in Forever Sinatra a beautiful and informative photographic tribute. In addition to 200 stunning and revealing photographs, there will be an evocative 20,000 word text organized into sections by song titles, summarizing all aspects of Sinatra's storied life -- from his youth on the streets of Hoboken, New Jersey, to the present. To further help the reader understand the scope of his creative and personal life, Forever Sinatra will include three appendices: a chronology, a discography, and a filmography. Also included in the book will be two CDs of Sinatra's incredible music.

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Carl Waldman is a freelance writer and the author of numerous books on Native Americans for Facts On File/Checkmark Books, including Atlas of the North American Indian, Revised Edition, Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes, Revised Edition, and Word Dance: The Language of Native American Culture. He resides in Cherry Valley, NY.

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