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Eberly's vocal), it went on to take a permanent place among Frank Sinatra's greatest hits—recorded on Columbia with Axel Stordahl's arrangement, and on
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Now" reached No. 31 on that chart and was later included in Frank Sinatra's Greatest Hits Volume 2. Sinatra's recording of the Gaudio-Holmes composition
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'Love Will Tear Us Apart', there were two records we were into: Frank Sinatra's Greatest Hits and Number One Song in Heaven by Sparks. That was the beginning
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to See the Wizard". Haroldarlen.com. Retrieved 2015-03-16. "Frank Sinatra's Greatest Hits! - Frank Sinatra - Releases - AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved
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live band, large screen projections and dancers performing Frank Sinatra's greatest hits. Lloyd Webber and David Ian's production of The Sound of Music
List of cover versions of Jacques Brel songs (10,841 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
My Way (1967) "I'm not afraid" ("Fils de"), from the album Frank Sinatra's Greatest Hits Vol. 2 (1970) Eddie Skoller "If You Go Away" ("Ne me quitte