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- Frank: The Voice (2011)
- Sinatra: The Chairman (2016)
- Mr. S: My Life with Frank Sinatra (2004)
- His Way: The Unauthorized Biography of Frank Sinatra (2010)
- FRANK SINATRA: AN ADULT COLORING BOOK: A Frank Sinatra Coloring Book For Adults (2019)
- Frank Sinatra – Centennial Songbook – Original Keys for Singers (Vocal Piano) (2014)
- Sinatra and His Rat Pack: The Irreverent, Unbiased, Uninhibited Book about Frank and the Clan (1961)
- Frank Sinatra – Greatest Hits (Easy Piano (Hal Leonard)) (2006)
- Sessions with Sinatra: Frank Sinatra and the Art of Recording (2003)
- The Way You Wear Your Hat: Frank Sinatra and the Lost Art of Livin’ (1999)
- Frank Sinatra – Centennial Songbook (Piano/Vocal/guitar Artist Songbook) (2014)
- Sinatra: Behind the Legend (2015)
- Lady Blue Eyes: My Life with Frank (2012)
- Frank Sinatra Has a Cold and Other Essays. Gay Talese (2011)
- The Way It Was: My Life with Frank Sinatra (2018)
Frank: The Voice (2011)
Frank Sinatra was the best-known entertainer of the twentieth century—infinitely charismatic, lionized and notorious in equal measure. But despite his mammoth fame, Sinatra the man has remained an enigma. Now James Kaplan brings deeper insight than ever before to the complex psyche and turbulent life behind that incomparable voice, from Sinatra’s humble beginning in Hoboken to his fall from grace and Oscar-winning return in From Here to Eternity.
Sinatra: The Chairman (2016)
The story of Frank Sinatra’s second act, Sinatra finds the Chairman on top of the world, riding high after an Oscar victory—and firmly reestablished as the top recording artist of his day. Following Sinatra from the mid-1950s to his death in 1998, Kaplan uncovers the man behind the myth, revealing by turns the peerless singer, the (sometimes) powerful actor, the business mogul, the tireless lover, and—of course—the close associate of the powerful and infamous.
Mr. S: My Life with Frank Sinatra (2004)
“Mr. S: My Life with Frank Sinatra, by former valet-aide George Jacobs with an oh-so-able assist by William Stadiem, has at least five quotable and shocking remarks about the famous on every page. The fifteen years Jacobs toiled for Frank produces a classic of its genre — a gold-star gossip-lover’s dream. “The rest is showbiz history as it was, and only Ava Gardner, Humphrey Bogart, and Betty Bacall are spared.
His Way: The Unauthorized Biography of Frank Sinatra (2010)
This is the book that Frank Sinatra tried—but failed—to keep from publication, and it’s easy to understand why. This unauthorized biography goes behind the iconic myth of Sinatra to expose the well-hidden side of one of the most celebrated—and elusive—public figures of our time.
FRANK SINATRA: AN ADULT COLORING BOOK: A Frank Sinatra Coloring Book For Adults (2019)
*An awesome unofficial Frank Sinatra-inspired, biographical coloring book*Perfect for relaxation and stress relief*2 copies of each image, for two chances to color!*Rad original designs, from Scribble Press!
Frank Sinatra – Centennial Songbook – Original Keys for Singers (Vocal Piano) (2014)
(Vocal Piano). 2015 marked the 100th anniversary of the birth of Frank Sinatra and celebrations and concerts are planned for the whole year. This songbook gathers 50 of Ol’ Blue Eye’s finest in a fitting tribute to one of the greatest entertainers of all time! Each song is arranged in his original key.
Sinatra and His Rat Pack: The Irreverent, Unbiased, Uninhibited Book about Frank and the Clan (1961)
“they spit in the eye of Hollywood custom and got away with it”
Frank Sinatra – Greatest Hits (Easy Piano (Hal Leonard)) (2006)
(Easy Piano Personality). 20 of Old Blue Eyes’ best arranged for easy piano, including: All the Way * Come Fly with Me * High Hopes * I’ve Got You Under My Skin * The Lady Is a Tramp * Love and Marriage * My Way * Nancy (with the Laughing Face) * Theme from “New York, New York” * Night and Day * Witchcraft * and more.
Sessions with Sinatra: Frank Sinatra and the Art of Recording (2003)
Featuring 100 photographs of Frank Sinatra working with orchestras and arrangers, listening to playbacks, and, of course, singing, this book tells the whole story of how he created the Sinatra sound and translated the most intense personal emotions into richly worked-out songs of unrivalled expressiveness.
The Way You Wear Your Hat: Frank Sinatra and the Lost Art of Livin’ (1999)
In The Way You Wear Your Hat, author Bill Zehme presents a masterful assembly of the most personal details and gorgeous minutiae of Frank Sinatra’s way of livingmatters of the heart and heartbreak, friendship and leadership, drinking and cavorting, brawling and wooing, tuxedos and snap-brimsall crafted from rare interviews with Sinatra himself as well as many other intimates, including Tony Bennett, Don Rickles, Angie Dickinson, Tony Curtis, and Robert Wagner, in addition to daughters Nancy and…
Frank Sinatra – Centennial Songbook (Piano/Vocal/guitar Artist Songbook) (2014)
(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook). 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Frank Sinatra and celebrations and concerts are planned for the whole year. This songbook gathers 100 of Ol’ Blue Eyes’ finest in a fitting tribute to one of the greatest entertainers of all time!
Sinatra: Behind the Legend (2015)
In 1997, Taraborrelli’s bestselling Sinatra: Behind the Legend captivated audiences with a never-before seen look at the life of an icon through six years of research and over 425 interviews with associates, friends and lovers. Now, Taraborrelli is back with a completely new and updated lens.
Lady Blue Eyes: My Life with Frank (2012)
For more than two decades, Barbara was always by Frank Sinatra’s side, traveling the globe and hosting glittering events for their famous friends, including presidents, kings, queens, Hollywood royalty, and musical legends. Among them were Sammy Davis, Jr., Princess Grace of Monaco, Bob Dylan, and Ronald Reagan.
Frank Sinatra Has a Cold and Other Essays. Gay Talese (2011)
Gay Talese is the father of American New Journalism, who transformed traditional reportage with his vivid scene-setting, sharp observation and rich storytelling. His 1966 piece for “Esquire”, one of the most celebrated magazine articles ever published, describes a morose Frank Sinatra silently nursing a glass of bourbon, struck down with a cold and unable to sing, like ‘Picasso without paint, Ferrari without fuel – only worse’.
The Way It Was: My Life with Frank Sinatra (2018)
A candid and eye-opening inside look at the final decades of Sinatra’s life told by his longtime manager and friend, Eliot Weisman.By the time Weisman met Sinatra in 1976, he was already the Voice, a man who held sway over popular music and pop culture for forty years, who had risen to the greatest heights of fame and plumbed the depths of failure, all the while surviving with the trademark swagger that women pined fo…
Best Frank Sinatra Books: The Ultimate List
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Frank Sinatra standards : 10 classic tunes (CD)
Author(s): Mark Taylor; Frank Sinatra
ID: 885636, Publisher: Hal Leonard, Year: , Size: 99 Mb, Format: zip
Frank Sinatra standards : 10 classic tunes
Author(s): Mark Taylor; Frank Sinatra
ID: 885637, Publisher: Hal Leonard, Year: , Size: 106 Mb, Format: pdf
Frank & Marilyn: The Lives, the Loves, and the Fascinating Relationship of Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe
Author(s): Edward Z. Epstein
ID: 3596445, Publisher: Post Hill Press, Year: 2022, Size: 5 Mb, Format: epub
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