Released in 1947, “Songs by Sinatra” is an inessential yet entertaining footnote in Frank Sinatra’s lengthy career.
Frank Sinatra’s 1946 debut, “The Voice of Frank Sinatra,” is an early hint at his greatness. Essential listening.
Released at the tail end of his legendary Capitol years, “Nice ‘n’ Easy” is the last great Frank Sinatra album.
“No One Cares” is the saddest album of Frank Sinatra’s career. It also happens to be one of his best.
“Come Dance with Me!” is one of Frank Sinatra’s most cheerful albums of the 1950s.
“Only the Lonely” is Sinatra at his most emotional, passionate, intense and, of course, loneliest.
“Come Fly With Me” isn’t one of Frank Sinatra’s masterpieces, but it still gets the job done.
Frank Sinatra sometimes seems lost without Nelson Riddle.
Frank Sinatra goes through the motions on A Swingin’ Affair.
“Close to You” is Frank Sinatra at his funniest.
Frank Sinatra’s most popular album is as timeless now as the day it was released.
The best albums of 1955.