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  1. Find Frank Sinatra discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; The Voice of Frank Sinatra: Legacy / Columbia Swing and Dance with Frank Sinatra: Columbia / Legacy
  2. 2. Witchcraft - Frank Sinatra 3. Let Me Try Again - Frank Sinatra 4. How Do You Keep The Music Playing - Frank Sinatra 5. The Lady Is A Tramp - Frank Sinatra 6. Fly Me To The Moon - Frank Sinatra 7. Learning The Blues - Frank Sinatra 8. That's Life - Frank Sinatra 9. I've Got You Under My Skin - Frank Sinatra Luck Be A Lady Tonight - Frank /5(6).
  3. Arguing about the best music eras is an age-old American tradition. Generation Xers—generally considered those born after the baby boomers—are likely to wax poetic about Seattle grunge or even New Jack Swing, while the Greatest Generation—with members born from —usually have fond memories of Duke Ellington and Bing Crosby.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Frank Sinatra - Witchcraft at Discogs. Complete your Frank Sinatra collection/5(25).
  5. Versions. Sinatra recorded "Witchcraft" three times in a studio setting. The first recording was in , for his single release, and was later released on his compilation album All the Way (). Sinatra re-recorded "Witchcraft" for 's Sinatra's Sinatra, and finally recorded it .
  6. Listen online to Frank Sinatra - Witchcraft and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists. Play album Buy. Loading; The Best of the Capitol Years. Frank Sinatra. 39, listeners 3 Nov · 20 tracks Play album.
  7. Editors’ Notes It's no easy trick assembling a fitting soundtrack for the film adaptation of an edgy and steamy story like Fifty Shades of Grey, but this album pulls it off perfectly by mixing new and old pop ratowyrmthekupetendispmensherdneho.coinfo Sinatra's sultry, swinging "Witchcraft" and The Rolling Stones' rough-and-tumble "Beast of Burden" suit the theme of obsession just as well as the slow-burning.

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