On June 2, Capitol/EMI Records and Frank Sinatra Enterprises will release Classic Sinatra II, the long-awaited follow-up to the double platinum Classic Sinatra released in 2000.

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Released in 2000, Capitol/EMI’s Classic Sinatra has sold over two million copies in the U.S. alone and has been certified double platinum by the RIAA.  To mark this achievement, on June 2, Capitol/EMI, in conjunction with Frank Sinatra Enterprises (FSE), will release a brand-new companion collection, Classic Sinatra II. Featuring 21 additional signature tracks, including 15 from the legendary concept albums Sinatra recorded for Capitol between 1954 and 1961, various singles, and a previously unreleased recording, Classic Sinatra II will be available on CD, at all major digital service providers, and

Classic Sinatra II showcases a selection of Ol’ Blue Eyes’ most loved recordings from his Capitol concept albums, including “Moonlight In Vermont,” “Pennies From Heaven,” “Something’s Gotta Give,” and “All Of Me.”  In addition, the set features four 1950s singles: “Love And Marriage,” “(Love Is) The Tender Trap,” “Learnin’ The Blues,” and “High Hopes.”  Plus a 1956 recording of “Memories Of You” and a previously unreleased recording, “This Can’t Be Love.”

During his lifetime, Sinatra won 10 GrammyÒ Awards. When awarded the GrammyÒ Legend Award in 1994, he was introduced by U2 singer Bono, who said, “His songs are his home and he lets you in, but you know that to sing like that you’ve got to have lost a couple of fights. To know tenderness and romance you’ve got to have had your heart broken.”

Sinatra appeared in 58 films and won three Academy AwardsÒ, including an honorary OscarÒ for The House I Live In.  He performed thousands of tour dates around the world, starred in his own television show and numerous specials, earning EmmysÒ and a Peabody AwardÒ. Sinatra was saluted by The Kennedy Center Honors (1983) as a cultural icon, and was awarded the Presidential Medal Of Honor (1985) and the Congressional Gold Medal (1995), Congress’ highest civilian award.

Born Francis Albert Sinatra on December 12, 1915, Frank Sinatra was a titan of 20th Century entertainment, with record-breaking successes in both music and film. With a legendary career spanning more than six decades, Sinatra was truly “The Entertainer of the 20th Century.”  Also known as “Ol’ Blue Eyes,” “The Chairman of the Board” and “The Voice,” Sinatra has sold more than more than 150 million albums around the world, and racked up 31 gold and nine platinum albums (including three that went multi-platinum), one gold single, and two gold and platinum videos in the United States alone. He is the only artist to chart in Billboard’s Top Ten for seven consecutive decades.


Frank Sinatra: Classic Sinatra II

1. Something’s Gotta Give

2. Too Marvelous For Words

3. Love And Marriage

4. From This Moment On

5. (Love Is) The Tender Trap

6. I Get Along Without You Very Well

7. All Of Me

8. I Thought About You

9. Moonlight In Vermont

10. High Hopes

11. Learnin’ The Blues

12. Here’s That Rainy Day

13. Pennies From Heaven

14. I’ve Got A Crush On You

15. Guess I’ll Hang My Tears Out To Dry

16. Memories Of You

17. Love Is Here To Stay

18. When The World Was Young

19. Just One Of Those Things

20. Angel Eyes


Bonus Track

21. This Can’t Be Love

Previously unreleased recording


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