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  • Notes Old Blue Could Hit That No One Else Did

    Some Sinatra syllables fascinate. The syllable "...lu.." in the world "illusion" (as in "...it's just an illusion...") in "Love And Marriage", and the word "skull" in the opening lines of "Ring-a-Ding-a-Ding" (as in "..presto, you do a skull...") come to mind. He shifts from relatively high to low sans missing a beat.

    There's a low note in the baritone register he nailed regularly, that I've heard no other male in popular song sing, though I don't know music well enough to say what it is (almost sounds like an 'A" on a piano).

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    "I've Got You Under My Skin" from the "Reprise Collection" is just unbelievable. I can listen to that track over and over. The one recorded in the 50's on Capital ain't bad either.

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      Originally posted by Dutra
      "I've Got You Under My Skin" from the "Reprise Collection" is just unbelievable. I can listen to that track over and over. The one recorded in the 50's on Capital ain't bad either.
      That's one of my favorites from that collection as well.

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