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If you were born in 1954 Frank Sinatra released his 2nd LP on the Capitol label that year - Swing Easy was a top seller - from that LP here's 'Taking A Chance On Love'

Composer/songwriter Vernon Duke was born today in He composed the music for such standards as April In Paris, Autumn In New York, Love Is Here to Stay and this one recorded here by Frank Sinatra in Taking A Chance On Love (

The World We Knew 'Over And Over' (Frank Sinatra - with Lyrics)

Something Stupid (Frank Sinatra & Nancy Sinatra - with Lyrics)

Three Coins In The Fountain (Frank Sinatra ) -Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1954 - Sinatra sang the Jule Styne, the lyrics by Sammy Cahn for the opening of the movie

1956 - 'Love And Marriage' Frank Sinatra - from the LP This is Sinatra (Nelson Riddle conductor/arrange), and became a major chart hit for Frank same year it was released.

I'm Gonna Live Till I Die (Frank Sinatra - with Lyrics)

I& Gonna Live Till I Die (Frank Sinatra - with Lyrics) - Bing video

I've Never Been In Love Before

Luck Be A Lady (Frank Sinatra - with Lyrics). Frank should have performed this song in the movie,

Frank Sinatra Something 1971 - YouTube

"Something in the way she moves Attracts me like no other lover Something in the way she woos me I don't want to leave her now You know I believe her now Som.

Frank made two kinds of albums that reflected his nearly bipolar existence. In such albums as “Songs for Swinging Lovers,” his passion, heady sense of optimism, and amour pour la vie spilled out in a wellspring of songs that made even the glummest of days seem bright. On the other hand, on discs such as “In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning,” his entire world was entrenched in overpowering pathos. In this coy and seductive interpretation of the old Gershwin standard, he is sky high.

From the often rated 'best' of all time Sinatra LPs, Songs for Swinging Lovers from 1956 with Nelson Riddle conducting - here's Frank singing 'I've Got You Under My Skin' - The song would become one of his signature tunes.

On The Sunny Side Of The Street (Frank Sinatra - with Lyrics) (+playlist)

1961 - Almost Like Being In Love Frank Sinatra - the 'swing era' - arranged by Billy May on LP Come Swing with Me!

It Was A Very Good Year (Frank Sinatra - with Lyrics)

Today in 1965 Frank Sinatra recorded what would be a landmark song for him 'It Was A Very Good Year' The song was arranged by Gorden Jenkins and Mr. Sinatra - they both won Grammy for this effort.