Given tomorrow is the birthday of the Marine Corps, here is Frank Sinatra performing You Make Me Feel So Young with the President's Marine Corps Band conducted by Nelson Riddle. It was a song written by Josef Myrow and Mack Gordon in 1946. Sinatra recorded it on his 1956 Songs for Swingin' Lovers album.
Frank Sinatra (and Robert Mitchum) with Lee Marvin (who was a Marine combat veteran and was seriously wounded during the Battle of Saipan)
Marine Aviator and Combat Vet Ted Williams and Frank Sinatra
And here is Frank Sinatra with Marine Buddy Rich
Sinatra played a Navy Corpsman in None But The Brave (which he also directed)
Nancy visiting her dad on the set
Pundette has a Cole Porter favorite written by Jule Styne, Betty Comden and Adolph Green Just In Time at #16, From This Moment On at #17, At Long Last Love at #18, The Nearness of You at #19, Come Fly With Me at #20 and After You've Gone at #64
Bob Belvedere is counting down Sinatra albums with Swing Easy at #5 and an interview with Chuck Granata. Bob had You Make Me Feel So Young as his #14 Sinatra Song.
I had Angie Dickinson's favorite Lean Baby, VanHeusen and Burke's Here's That Rainy Day, Sinatra Lord's Prayer/Ave Maria post, Berlin's When I Lost You, Arlen and Capote's Don't Like Goodbyes, and Gaudio and Holmes' For A While. And I had a collection of Halloween Inspired Sinatra Songs. And I had Frank, Dean, Bing and Mitzi on TV.
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Any song with the line: "You're old Dear...Old like gorgonzola..." needs to be posted
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