Vegas - CD+DVD Box Set

Frank Sinatra

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Sinatra, more than any other performer, turned Las Vegas into "The Entertainment Capital Of The World". Whether it's "Come Fly With Me", "Luck Be A Lady", or "My Way", Sinatra in VEGAS is the Sinatra of legend. Audiences can experience the Chairman at his pulse pounding best with the release of SINATRA: VEGAS, a 4-CD/1-DVD boxed set of live performances.

This deluxe set of previously unreleased material includes five unforgettable performances in legendary Vegas venues by Sinatra in his prime. The set includes never-before-heard versions of the his most iconic hits including: "Come Fly With Me", "Witchcraft", "The Lady Is A Tramp", "I've Got You Under My Skin", "Fly Me To The Moon", "Luck Be A Lady", "Theme From New York", "New York", "My Way", and many more.

Disc One was recorded at The Sands hotel (which Sinatra partially owned) in November of 1961. Such Sinatra standards as "The Lady Is A Tramp", "Young At Heart", and "Witchcraft" are greeted with rapturous response from the hometown crowd. An insightful bonus audio interview with Sinatra sheds light on the segregation in Nevada hotels that he was battling at the time of this performance.

Disc Two presents Sinatra back at the Sands in early 1966, performing with Count Basie & His Orchestra (which featured a young Quincy Jones conducting). Some of Sinatra's performances from that engagement were excerpted for Sinatra At The Sands (which would become one of the singer's most popular LPs), but all the recordings included here are previously unavailable. Organized as a complete show with the songs in the order they were performed, this is the ultimate swingin' collaboration meeting between Sinatra and Basie.

Disc Three presents Frank at Caesar's Palace during a two-week engagement in the Circus Maximus in March of 1982, where Frank was heralded as "the greatest Roman of them all". Sinatra began the 1980s with a switch from lush string sections to upbeat 'hot band' accompaniment. Also heard on this volume of SINATRA: VEGAS is Nancy Sinatra, who duets with her father on their #1 hit "Somethin' Stupid", and fellow Rat Packer (and good-natured heckler) Dean Martin.

Disc Four bookends the decade with an April 1987 engagement at The Golden Nugget. This performance was a rare occasion when Frank's favorite accompanist Bill Miller was not behind the piano – he instead conducted the orchestra while fellow Sinatra stalwart Lou Levy tickled the ivories. Miller, who passed away earlier this year while touring with Frank Sinatra Jr., is featured playing or conducting on all five discs of SINATRA: VEGAS.

The boxed set's DVD features a complete unreleased concert from May 5, 1978 at Caesar's Palace – one of more than 500 shows he performed there in his long career. At the time, cameras were rolling for the CBS-TV program Cinderella At The Palace, a special about a new singer getting her big break that featured several famous guest appearances. Though only a few Sinatra songs were part of the broadcast, Frank's whole show was filmed – as well as rare backstage footage shot before and after the performance.

These five discs reside within a beautiful metallic foil clamshell box, which also includes a lavish 64-page book with celebrity commentary, essays by noted Sinatraphiles, rare photos, and reproductions of Vegas memorabilia.

CD1 (The Sands, November 1961)

  1. Introduction/Announcement 
  2. One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else 
  3. Don't Cry Joe 
  4. Imagination 
  5. Moonlight In Vermont 
  6. Without A Song 
  7. In The Still Of The Night 
  8. Here's That Rainy Day 
  9. The Moon Was Yellow (And The Night Was Young) 
  10. Monologue 
  11. You Make Me Feel So Young 
  12. The Second Time Around 
  13. River, Stay 'Way From My Door (Parody) 
  14. The Lady Is A Tramp 
  15. Just One Of Those Things 
  16. You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You 
  17. Bows 
  18. Young At Heart 
  19. Witchcraft 
  20. On The Road To Mandalay 
  21. Bows 
  22. Bonus Track: Sinatra Speaks On Segregation In Nevada

CD2 (The Sands, January-February 1966)

  1. Introductions 
  2. Come Fly With Me 
  3. I've Got A Crush On You 
  4. I've Got You Under My Skin 
  5. The September Of My Years 
  6. Street Of Dreams 
  7. Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) 
  8. Monologue 
  9. You Make Me Feel So Young 
  10. The Shadow Of Your Smile 
  11. Get Me To The Church On Time 
  12. Luck Be A Lady 
  13. It Was A Very Good Year 
  14. Don't Worry 'Bout Me 
  15. My Kind Of Town 
  16. Introductions 
  17. My Kind Of Town (Reprise) 
  18. Bonus Track: Sinatra Speaks On Working With Count Basie 

CD3 (Caesars Palace, March 1982)

  1. Get Me To The Church On Time 
  2. I Get A Kick Out Of You 
  3. I Can't Get Started 
  4. Without A Song 
  5. Hey Look, No Crying 
  6. The Lady Is A Tramp 
  7. Monologue 
  8. Night And Day 
  9. All Or Nothing At All 
  10. The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else 
  11. These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You) 
  12. Somethin' Stupid 
  13. Theme From New York, New York 
  14. Bows 

CD4 (The Golden Nugget, April 1987)

  1. I've Got The World On A String 
  2. At Long Last Love 
  3. Witchcraft
  4. The Gal That Got Away/It Never Entered My Mind 
  5. For Once In My Life 
  6. My Heart Stood Still 
  7. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life 
  8. Monologue 
  9. Spring Is Here 
  10. What Now My Love? 
  11. I Get Along Without You Very Well 
  12. Pennies From Heaven 
  13. Angel Eyes 
  14. Mack The Knife 
  15. Bows 

DVD (Caesars Palace, May 5, 1978)

  1. Backstage (Before The Show) 
  2. "Welcome To Caesars" 
  3. All Of Me 
  4. Maybe This Time 
  5. The Lady Is A Tramp 
  6. Didn't We? 
  7. Someone To Watch Over Me 
  8. Something 
  9. Baubles, Bangles And Beads 
  10. The Gal That Got Away/It Never Entered My Mind
  11. Monologue 
  12. My Kind Of Town 
  13. Send In The Clowns 
  14. Monologue 
  15. Don't Worry 'Bout Me 
  16. Introductions 
  17. My Way 
  18. America The Beautiful 
  19. Backstage (After The Show)


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