Sinatra At the Sands - Frank Sinatra

Sinatra At the Sands

Frank Sinatra

  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 1966-07-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 21

  • ℗ 2016 Frank Sinatra Enterprises, LLC


Play Title Time Download
Come Fly With Me 3:44  
I've Got a Crush On You 2:42  
I've Got You Under My Skin 3:43  
The Shadow of Your Smile 2:31  
Street of Dreams 2:16  
One For My Baby (And One More 4:40  
Fly Me To the Moon 2:51  
One O'Clock Jump 0:53  
The Tea Break (Sinatra Monolog 11:48  
You Make Me Feel So Young 3:21  
All of Me 2:56  
The September of My Years 2:57  
Get Me To the Church On Time 2:21  
It Was a Very Good Year 4:01  
Don't Worry 'Bout Me 3:18  
Makin' Whoopee 4:24  
Where Or When 2:46  
Angel Eyes 3:26  
My Kind of Town 3:04  
A Few Last Words (Sinatra Mono 2:30  
My Kind of Town (Reprise) 1:00  


  • THE best live recording ever.

    By CalaveraJ
    This is easily the best live album of all time. If you have the means, I would suggest finding a copy of hte MoFi two record set. It sounds like you are sitting at a table in the very front row. Great songs, great performance. This is a must have. J
  • One of the Best Live Albums ever made.

    By UPS-ested
    The Album brings together two giants in entertainment and music. Count Basie and His Orchestra (arrangements by a young Quincey Jones), and Frank. All of them at their absolute best. A time stamp in history. A Night on the Strip in the early 1960's.
  • Let's Go Back To 1966

    By DonnieTheB
    You put on your best sport coat over a crisp white button down shirt and new tie. Your date wears a new black dress with spaghetti straps and a string of pearls. You valet park at the front door of The Sands which will cost you a $1 tip after the show. You pass a crowded craps table where Sinatra is holding court on the way to the showroom line. A $5 tip to the maitre'd gets you a nice table about one third of the way back in The Copa Room. The 2-drink minimum late show sets you back $15 with tip for the two of you. The 18 member Count Basie Band warms up the crowd for The Chairman. Two fingers of Jack Daniels and three ice cubes await the headliner on a stool in front of the microphone. This album can take you back to that time. I highly recommend time travel of this sort!
  • Sinatra at his BEST

    By Joey Miduski
    This is my favorite Sinatra album. The selection of songs and the quality for a live performance is just awesome. Count Bassie is truely a great match with Frank on this album. I do love a lot of Sinatra songs that are not on the album but I know I can't have it all. I do know the selections sung live here at the Sands are in my opinion just like being there.
  • Great

    By Alfonso Dimicus
    Yes, this is Sinatra at his cool swinging best
  • old times

    By Sinatra92
    what can one say….he was the king….his talent was epic. this live album was a man in full. at his peak. we all dream of that year, month, day…this was it. it will take you back to a bygone era we will never see again…smoke filled room, not arena, room, with transcendent talent, and a boozed up crowd. At the time, it seemed….Vegas….in retrospect it seems….raw talent…hard to be replaced…raw talent
  • Easy, Swinging’ Francis

    By Lord Graynus
    When you know that Frank Sinatra was famous for doing few takes - often walking in on recording sessions to find a well-rehearsed band ready to go so that he could come in and do only three or four versions at best in front of a studio full of admirers - it makes you appreciate this collection as well as his other studio work. This, essentially, was nearly the equivalent of Studio Frank, plus audience and patter. Sinatra loved and respected Basie (as well as this album’s young arranger/producer, Quincy Jones), so he was primed for this rare recorded live performance. That confidence he was among peers brought out the best of his mid-life skills. Basie’s orchestra is spot-on, Jones breathes looseness and swinging ‘60s grooviness to arrangements by such legends as Nelson Riddle. Within a few years, Sinatra would play his last show at the Sands, after selling his stake and railing violently against new owner Howard Hughes. His version of Vegas disappeared soon after. This collection then is a time capsule of Sinatra at the final peak of his vocal and performance skills on his temporary home turf. Imagine this as the vocal equivalent of Joe DiMaggio in 1948, four years before his retirement from the New York Yankees, still belting for career highs in power as well as average and RBI. Francis, who nearly married Marilyn Monroe the way DiMaggio did, would have appreciated that comparison to his incomparable paisan.

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