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- All the songs on the album were recorded by Frank Sinatra but both critics and Dylan himself cautioned against seeing the record as a collection of "Sinatra covers".
- He also recorded a series of three albums in the 2010s comprising versions of traditional American standards, especially songs recorded by Frank Sinatra.
- The Frank Sinatra cover version is traditionally played after victories, and the Liza Minnelli original version after losses.
- Igniting the "biggest pop craze since Glenn Miller and Frank Sinatra ... Presley brought rock'n'roll into the mainstream of popular culture", writes historian Marty Jezer.
- It featured, along with luminaries such as Leonard Bernstein, popular music artists such as Frank Sinatra.
- In 1963, Warner purchased Reprise Records, which had been founded by Frank Sinatra three years earlier so that he could have more creative control over his recordings.
- During 1948 and 1949, beginning with the nation's top radio star, Jack Benny, many NBC performers – including Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, Burns and Allen and Frank Sinatra – jumped to CBS.
- During the 1940s Columbia had a contract with Frank Sinatra.
- For example, Columbia Records' last reissue of Frank Sinatra songs on 78 rpm records was an album called Young at Heart, issued in November, 1954.
- In August 1963, Warner Bros. made a "rescue takeover" of Frank Sinatra's ailing Reprise Records as part of a deal to acquire Sinatra's services as a recording artist and as an actor for Warner Bros. Pictures.
- The first number one on the UK Albums Chart was Songs for Swingin' Lovers! by Frank Sinatra for the week ending 22 July 1956.
- One indication of the decline of the 45 rpm EP is that the last Columbia Records reissue of Frank Sinatra songs on 45 rpm EP records, called Frank Sinatra (Columbia B-2641) was issued on December 7, 1959.
- In 1963, Warner agreed to a "rescue takeover" of Frank Sinatra's Reprise Records.
- By the time World War II ended, the focus of popular music was shifting towards singing crooners such as Frank Sinatra and Jo Stafford.
- He is one of only two [[List of Artists and Groups who have won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year more than once as the main credited artist|artists and groups who have won the Grammy for Album of the Year three times as the main credited artist]], along with Frank Sinatra.
- It was during this time that he recorded his only album with Frank Sinatra, entitled Francis A. & Edward K. (1967).
- James S. Murphy of Vanity Fair suggests Beyoncé is among the major artists like Frank Sinatra and Billie Holiday who are "celebrated [not] because [they] write such good parts, but because [they] create them out of the words that are given".
- He signed to Frank Sinatra's new Reprise label, but the association with the label was short-lived.
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