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Frank Sinatra: Frank Sinatra sings Irving Berlin Vol. 1 CD Track Listing

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Frank Sinatra Frank Sinatra sings Irving Berlin Vol. 1
This jazz cd contains 24 tracks and runs 70min 32sec.
Freedb: 49108618

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  1. Frank Sinatra - It's A Lovely Day (23.04.1940) (02:33)
  2. Frank Sinatra - You're Lonely And I' Lonely (23.04.1940) (03:15)
  3. Frank Sinatra - Marie (12.06.1940) (04:08)
  4. Frank Sinatra - Blue Skies (15.07.1941) (03:22)
  5. Frank Sinatra - Be Careful It's My Heart (09.06.1942) (02:54)
  6. Frank Sinatra - How Deep Is The Ocean (Nov.1942) (02:27)
  7. Frank Sinatra - There's No Business Like Show Business (22.08.1946) (03:25)
  8. Frank Sinatra - Blue Ksies (30.07.1947) (02:34)
  9. Frank Sinatra - They Say It's Wonderful (10.03.1946) (03:11)
  10. Frank Sinatra - The Girl That I Marry (10.03.1946) (03:10)
  11. Frank Sinatra - How Deep Is The Ocean (10.03.1946) (03:02)
  12. Frank Sinatra - Always (09.01.1947) (03:01)
  13. Frank Sinatra - What'll I Do? (29.10.1947) (03:12)
  14. Frank Sinatra - White Christmas (28.12.1947) (03:23)
  15. Frank Sinatra - There's No Business Like Show Business (With Doris Day, 04.10.1947) (02:13)
  16. Frank Sinatra - A Fella Iwth An Umbrella (16.03.1948) (02:38)
  17. Frank Sinatra - It Only Happens When I Dance With Oyu (16.03.1948) (03:24)
  18. Frank Sinatra - Just One Way To Say I Love Oyu (06.05.1949) (02:36)
  19. Frank Sinatra - Let's Take An Old Fashionedwalk (With Doris Day, 06.05.1949) (03:06)
  20. Frank Sinatra - Easter Parade (Radio, 16.04.1949) (02:30)
  21. Frank Sinatra - It's A Lovely Day Tomorrow (Radio 31.12.1950) (02:17)
  22. Frank Sinatra - I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm (Radio 22.01.1954) (01:48)
  23. Frank Sinatra - White Christmas (23.08.1953) (02:44)
  24. Frank Sinatra - Extra: God Bless America (Central Parl, 16.05.1943) (03:26)


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