Frank Sinatra ‎– Frank Sinatra

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The Sun (2) ‎– SUN047
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1 Frank Sinatra Come Fly With Me
Written-By – Van Heusen / Cahn*
2:42
2 Frank Sinatra Get Happy
Written-By – Arlen*, Koehler*
2:20
3 Frank Sinatra All Of Me
Written-By – Marks*, Simons*
2:10
4 Frank Sinatra The Lady Is A Tramp
Written-By – Rodgers / Hart*
3:00
5 Frank Sinatra I Get A Kick Out Of You
Written-By – Porter*
2:45
6 Frank Sinatra I've Got You Under My Skin
Written-By – Porter*
1:48
7 Frank Sinatra My Funny Valentine
Written-By – Rodgers / Hart*
2:33
8 Frank Sinatra One For My Baby (One More For The Road)
Written-By – Arlen / Mercer*
3:09
9 Frank Sinatra That Old Black Magic
Written-By – Arlen / Mercer*
2:33
10 Frank Sinatra Fools Rush In
Written-By – Mercer*, Bloom*
3:10
11 Jack Blyth Sextet Sunny's Lament 2:35
12 Jack Blyth Sextet Dune Bug 3:21
13 Jack Blyth Sextet Westerley Fayre 4:07
14 Jack Blyth Sextet A Passing Moment 2:50
15 Jack Blyth Sextet Even Tides 3:32

Notes

Free with copies of The Sun.

There is approximately 17 minutes of silence at the end of track 10. Tracks 11 to 15 are bonus tracks.

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  • Matrix / Runout: SUN047

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wilberforce

wilberforce

October 19, 2016
I'm sure many here are well-aware that back in the noughties the Scum and other British newspapers tried to entice readers with "free" CD's of well-known vintage recordings licenced from major record labels such as CBS. And that they were loaded at the back end with stuff taken from soundcloud or other cheap-to-licence-if-not-free tracks considered "in the style of" the hits to make up the numbers (and that not surprisingly, many of these ended up in charity shops). Of course most recipients of their gift probably never bothered with the contemporary add-ons. But if so then although most of it was so-so to say the least, there were a few gems on them as well. That includes these recordings by the Jack Blyth Sextet, about whom I can find practically nothing on the internet and certainly don't ever appear to have released any commercial recordings of their own. Regardless of that, this is well-written and performed late night jazz that doesn't suffer in comparison with (dare I say it?) Miles Davis' "Kind of Blue" and similar classics of that era.