Songs For Young Lovers

Frank Sinatra - Songs For Young Lovers
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1954 Ratings: #1 / 3
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1954 Ratings: #6
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Always in search of perpetual evolution, Frank Sinatra, freshly signed to Capitol, returns in 1954 with a new LP: Songs For Young Lovers. It's an important turning point, for the history, for the artist but also for the label, because this album is a bit the first real "concept album".

A lot of things were put in place, first of all it's a new format going from 78rpm multidisc to 10" which allowed a better production and result more appropriate to the concept idea. Secondly, ... read more


The change to Capitol at the beginning of the 1950's was perhaps one of the most important moments in Frank Sinatra's career, leading to him being one of the most praised vocalists in history. After a successful performance in the film From Here to Eternity a year before Songs for Young Lovers, Sinatra experienced a renaissance in his success. To think that Sinatra was already approaching 40 years old at the highest peak of his career is quite the astounding thing retrospectively.

Sinatra's ... read more


Could've been longer but I won't criticize Frank too much.

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Track List

  1. My Funny Valentine
  2. The Girl Next Door
  3. A Foggy Day
  4. Like Someone in Love
  5. I Get a Kick Out of You
  6. Little Girl Blue
  7. They Can't Take That Away from Me
  8. Violets for Your Furs
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Added on: July 12, 2017