Sinatra: World On a String is a 2016 box set album of live performances by the American singer Frank Sinatra, recorded in Italy in 1953, Monaco in 1958, Sydney in 1961, Cairo in 1979, and the Dominican Republic in 1982. The performances are chronicled on four compact discs with a further DVD of a 1962 concert in Tokyo with short films and Italian chocolate adverts featuring Sinatra during his world tour of 1962. The album continues a series of live box sets of Sinatra concerts following Sinatra: Vegas (2006), Sinatra: New York (2009), and Sinatra: London (2014).
Frank sinatra The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings (1995 US limited edition 20-CD set containing a total of 452 songs [over 24 hours sequenced in chronological order] recorded between 1960 & 1988, with 70 songs previously unavailable on CD & a further 18 previously unreleased titles, presented in embossed deluxe leather and brass bound 'trunk' carry case with individually numbered brass plaque, complete with 96-page hard back book with extensive liner notes and insightful essays by respected Sinatra scholars like Will Friedwald, interviews and photographs.)
60 Classic songs on 3CDs from legend Frank Sinatra including You Make Me Feel So Young, Swingin’ Down The Lane, The Lady Is A Tramp, That Old Black Magic, We’ll Be Together Again, I’ve Got You Under My Skin and many others.
Limited edition reissue of the 1968 soundtrack to the Disney classic about a magical car nicknamed Chitty Chitty Bang Bang offers a grand total of 50 tracks. The first disc expands the number of songs performed by Dick Van Dyke and Sally Anne Howes to include unobtrusive clips of dialogue from the film, and all of the songs that appeared in the movie are now included. The second disc collects demos, which are entertaining, as well. Many versions of the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] have been released over the years – some great, some not so great – but this is by far the biggest and best.
Frank Sinatra accomplished so much in his career that the fact that he virtually created the swinging style that became known as the sound of Las Vegas at its peak seems like a mere footnote to his legacy. Perhaps it is a footnote, but it's a fascinating footnote and one that still holds sway over the popular imagination, both in their perception of Sinatra and Vegas. To many, Sinatra was the brassy, high-rolling Rat Pack leader that he was in the Vegas of the '60s, and that sound and image are still what people hope to experience when they visit Las Vegas. Rhino's four-CD, one-DVD box set Sinatra: Vegas was designed with those listeners in mind. It presents five concerts – all previously unreleased – from Sinatra's various engagements in Vegas over the decades.