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Frank Sinatra's Recording Debut Tribute Fans rushed to see him. Ladies swooned. Only a couple of years after he made his recording presentation with the Harry James band on July 13, 1939, Frank Sinatra turned into a high school heartthrob. Sinatra was more than only an overnight sensation. Dissimilar to other pop craftsmen, Sinatra's profession didn't end following five or ten years yet kept going more than a large portion of a century. He performed for millions, including presidents John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon, and his recordings still speak to gatherings of people of all ages.

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    "High Hopes," the song about the ant and the rubber tree plant, was one of many songs written for Frank Sinatra. Children sing it in school, but Sinatra's recording of it won an Academy Award in 1959. Sinatra was also a talented actor. He won an Academy Award for his performance in "From Here to Eternity." If you like to watch old movies, you've probably already seen Sinatra in at least one of the more than 30 other films he made, including "Guys and Dolls," "High Society" and "Pal Joey." Sinatra continued to perform until February 1995. On May 14, 1998, the man the world knew as "Old Blue Eyes" died, but through his recordings and movies, he gains new fans everyday. Personally, love Frank Sinatra music and thought this would be a lovely commemoration for him and July 13th is tomorrow! :)

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  3. anonymous
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    yes!

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    Opinions and critique are appreciated :)

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    Really good.

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    Frank Sinatra's recording debut is a real stretch for a historical event. Are the "today in history" posts going to be a permanent feature or just until you get to 99 SS?

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    I enjoy posting it and reflecting about history

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