I Really Dislike Frank Sinatra: How alone am I?

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I love the arrangements on his records (Nelson Riddle, I guess?). I listen to him more for that than for anything else.

drfunk (DrFunktronic), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 06:11 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Oh, he's vastly overrated. I'll take Nancy any day. And Lee Hazlewood, for that matter.

Frank's a better actor than he is a singer.

Blightersrock (Da ve Segal), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 06:18 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

My Sinatra cd has an apocalyptic final track. The end is ny, ny

Frogman Henry, Wednesday, 2 February 2005 06:19 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

I like Frank, especially the sad bastard period. I could go my whole life without hearing "New York New York" or "Love and Marriage" again, though.

polyphonic (polyphonic), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 06:23 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

It's all about "One For My Baby".

oh and side one of Sinatra and Company, the side w/Antonio Carlos Jobim.

Riot Gear! (Gear!), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 06:26 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

My grandmother hated Frank Sinatra because of his mafia ties.

polyphonic (polyphonic), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 06:28 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Don't forget his mafia shirts and trousers.

Frogman Henry, Wednesday, 2 February 2005 06:30 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

nice.

polyphonic (polyphonic), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 06:30 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

I don't mind Frank really, he's done some great stuff. But he got cheesy towards the end, and the fawning bullshit I saw on every talkshow right after he died, stories you'd read from, I dunno, Chazz Palmenteri gushing about how he'd shared a martini with Frank once, ignoring the fact that he was apparently sort of a prick overall, etc. He always struck me as the epitome of style over substance, and he always seemed like the sort of guy who felt that women had their place, and it was a distant second.

Riot Gear! (Gear!), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 06:35 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

that said, great music up til the early '60s, and some decent stuff scattered thereafter.

Riot Gear! (Gear!), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 06:35 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

In the Wee Small Hours is enough for me.

Aaron A., Wednesday, 2 February 2005 06:48 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

The man does seem to have unquestionably been an asshole, but the music is what we're left with and I love it like yer sposeta.

I wouldn't give up my Miles Davis or Charles Mingus records either, and nobody ever accused those guys of being wonderful human beings.

A personal favorite album, and I can't say whether it would sway you or not, is the record he did with Antonio Carlos Jobim. The version of "I Concentrate on You" in particular doesn't sound anything like this:

Yeah, but I guess what I mean is that when he's singing a love song, I feel like it's more about him than a lover. I also feel like he's always doing his tough guy schtick, even when he's supposed to be vulnerable.

Austin (Austin), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 06:50 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

I used to hate Frank Sinatra, but then I realized I just dislike a- his image b- Maxim reading tools who think he's so cool. It's kind of how I like the Smiths but can't stand Smiths fans.

Heidy- Ho, Wednesday, 2 February 2005 07:05 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

I was indifferent to Frank Sinatra before we started listening to his 'Capitol Years' collection alongside Dean Martin's 'Capitol Years' collection at work, and I realized that Dino was so much better all around. More character, better songs, and a wider range of arangements.

derrick (derrick), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 07:18 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

yeah i cannot fucking stand him

bulbs (bulbs), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 08:50 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

yipee! i'm not alone. FS couldn't sing! the songwriting is terrible too, though i'm not sure if that's his fault.

xenografia, Wednesday, 2 February 2005 09:20 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

can't stand him. but "a very good year" is funny.

i do want to hear that late 60s thing he did that's supposed to be some bizarre attempt to be hip.

el sabor de gene (yournullfame), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 10:13 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Dean > Frank

Dom Passantino (Dom Passantino), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 10:22 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Maxim reading tools who think he's so cool

absolutely. sinatra and his ilk ... it's become music for people who don't really like music, which is a terrible shame. the westlife and robbie covers are proof incarnate of this. "ooh, westlife are the new rat pack!" no they're not, they're a bunch of chancing fucks who haven't an original idea in their heads, and sinatra would have had them shot.

grimly fiendish (grimlord), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 11:41 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

There was a swing-type band at a wedding reception I was at last summer, and the singer kept introducing songs with 'Here's another one made famous by Robbie Williams', before launching into 'Mack the Knife' ect.
I agree that this perceived 'classiness' is offputting.

bham, Wednesday, 2 February 2005 12:23 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Practically everything the man did on Capitol is gold.

Jazzbo (jmcgaw), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 12:56 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

OTM. And some of the (early) Reprise stuff is silver.

lovebug starski (lovebug starski), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 13:14 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Have you guys actually listened to Sinatra? The guy who said, "It's kind of how I like the Smiths but can't stand Smiths fans " got it right. Just about every album from "In the Wee Small Hours" to "Come Fly With Me" is a masterpiece; I vouch for "Songs for Swingin' Lovers (as sexy and confident as the Elvis Sun sessions) and "Only the Lonely."

"My Way" is a piece of crap (I prefer Sid Vicious' version), and most of what he recorded after 1960-1961 is rather uneven, until 1968, when his output becomes unbearable. THAT'S when the style overwhelms the substance.

The image has interfered with his art for too long. I thought you guys were smarter than this.

Alfred Soto (Alfred Soto), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 14:03 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

er, hang on. more than half the posters here - myself included - have expressed some admiration or love for his music. the image has become an enormous problem, though, and i can see how for some it would be insurmountable. hellfire, it almost is for me.

grimly fiendish (grimlord), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 14:15 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

I've never been a fan of his.

Alex in NYC (vassifer), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 15:02 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

...and if I never heard "New York, New York" again, that'd be just fine with me.

Alex in NYC (vassifer), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 15:02 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Can't abide "My Way," "New York," "Pretty Good Year." The out-and-out worst thing he ever perpetrated was "That's Life," which is a lame-ass Ray Charles imitation.

But consider the Rodgers & Hart material: "Little Girl Blue," "My Funny Valentine," and above all "Fly Me to the Moon." Classic, classic, classic.

And as for this--

I especially hate the song New York, New York, not because it's overplayed, but because it's the embodiment of the idiotic attitude of slicksters who drive around in their BMW convertables listening to Sinatra and thinking they're "king of the hill, top of the heap."

Doesn't this critique verge on being extramusical? Along the lines of "I can't stand [insert act here]--it's music for frat boys/people who wear ties and work in offices/people's dads/people's moms."

Ditto on the "he was an asshole" line of argument.

Yeah, but what about the music?

Dude was a great artist in his prime. But the memory of his bloated decline is what stays in people's heads.

The Mad Puffin, Wednesday, 2 February 2005 15:11 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

I don't especially like him, and I find him unappealingly cold most of the time. Also, this is a case where I find an artist's image really difficult to separate from the recordings themselves. But I have to admit, having done the fox trot to some of his songs (with a dance instructor I had a crush on, and with a girlfriend), that some of these songs (and I mean his recordings of them) can be fun. Not really my type of thing, overall.

RS £aRue (rockist_scientist), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 15:18 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

"i do want to hear that late 60s thing he did that's supposed to be some bizarre attempt to be hip."

Do you mean Watertown? It's a concept album/song cycle thingy, done in collaboration with someone from The Four Seasons (I think). It's bloddy great. For some reason it reminds me of Berlin by Lou Reed.

Adam Faithless (Adam Faithless), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 15:23 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

I once dismissed Sinatra. Why? Just because of generational issues. Anything pre-rock, bleh.

But I got the message about ten years ago. His work up until about '67 is mostly great...the Capitol concept albums are all masterpieces. In fact, I used to yank the chain of this dude in Memphis who called Dylan "the Shakespeare of our generation" and all that shit--I'd say, "yeah, Sinatra was far better than Elvis." 'Cause really when you think about it they kinda did the same thing, at root--reviving old music, interpreting, doing the hits of the day, all that. I like Elvis fine but Sinatra was far and away the better singer. The dude would say, "but Elvis was doing something new, Sinatra was not." Howzzat? Elvis started out doing songs that had been done before, from Crudup and Bill Monroe and others, just like Sinatra was doing his Great American Songbook shit. I mean, Junior Parker and Crudup and Monroe, don't they belong in the Great American Songbook? It's just a matter of who's reviving whom, whether you were from Hoboken or Memphis.

Anyway, I don't have anything to say one way or another to those who don't like Sinatra--fine, there are plenty of lauded people about whom I'm indifferent for my own reasons (Neil Young, Van Morrison, the Ramones, Bowie, etc.). But to say Sinatra couldn't sing--I dunno. He certainly had the respect of everyone who worked with him, he had ears, he thought about what he was doing, he was a totally conscious artist.

Nick Tosches wrote a funny book about Dean Martin--many have said he played fast and loose with the facts. I think Dean was really what Frank wanted to be, an actual tough guy and all that. And Dean could sing, he was very good. But it's just Nick Tosches takin' the piss when he said that Dean was just as much an artist as Frank. Come on. Entertaining but just a product of Tosches's desire to be an iconoclast. Listen to Sinatra with Red Norvo, that live stuff, and tell me if he didn't deserve to be ranked with great jazz singers like Holiday and Armstrong.

es hurt (ddduncan), Wednesday, 2 February 2005 15:27 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

I used to think I liked him a lot until I bought one of his CD's. I was really disappointed. I love "New York, New York". I used to go around singing it as a kid, and even sang it in an Asian karaoke bar out in the middle of bumfuck nowhere about 4 years ago!

Bimble... (Bimble...), Thursday, 3 February 2005 07:10 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

rockist kinda nailed it for me there. as an "interpreter" its all about HIM. now this can work for me if i like the him/her involved. but he seems like a cold heartless bastard

bulbs (bulbs), Thursday, 3 February 2005 07:31 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

es hurt, did Sinatra ever *reinvent* stuff like Elvis did, though? I mean, "Blue Moon Of Kentucky" in the Elvis version is almost a different song than the original, in mood and tempo, I can't really remember any Sinatra renditions that are like that.

As for Sinatra - it's all about "It Was A Very Good Year" for me, so sober and tragic and bittersweet; I like the way he talk-sings, so theatrical. I also associate the song with Leone's "Once Upon A Time In America" for some reason, all that nostalgia and regret and age. Bought "In The Wee Small Hours" last Summer, hoping for more stuff like that, but it kinda put me to sleep. Looking at the album cover seems much more rewarding than actually listening.

Daniel_Rf (Daniel_Rf), Thursday, 3 February 2005 10:21 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Frank never did anything new? His phrasing was radical, revolutionary, he didn't just interpret he really personalized and inhabited the lyrics. You feel like he's singing about his life, not a sensation I ever get from Bing Crosby. Whether they know it or not, every rock & roll singer from Elvis on down was influenced by his style.
But I could never stand the sound of Frank until I moved to New York and heard him "in context," on Sid Marks' all-Sinatra radio show every saturday night. Plus those 50s and 60s concept albums really start to resonate once you hit middle age...

lovebug starski (lovebug starski), Thursday, 3 February 2005 11:14 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

I am not too fond of Sinatra, for different reasons (most notably: he bores me to tears), but to say that the guy can't sing is just plain wrong. Also, to ask Sinatra to change arrangements on a particular song (much like Elvis contributed in doing) is plain silly because Sinatra was not a musician and never pretended to be. The guy is an interpret in the strictest sense of the word. It is like speculating on the influence Joe Cocker had in arranging that "With a Little Help from my friends" cover, when you had Jimmy Page around...

blawa (blawa), Thursday, 3 February 2005 13:58 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

another vote for 'only the lonely'; gentleness, restraint, almost unbearably bleak evocations of loss and grief. i actually find it physically unsettling. franks voice runs through so many different and subtle gradations, shades of heartbreak. it's subtle at first, but once you fall into its world you're just awed by its power. singing near-existential torch songs: hardest game in the world innit?

all that swing shit is appaling though. bet jamie cullum's got his greedy little eye on an album of it too.

debden, Thursday, 3 February 2005 16:32 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

i sometimes wonder how on earth sinatra could sing those songs so tenderly, with such a seeming understanding of longing and love, and yet be such a nasty arrogant little chauvinist?

debden, Thursday, 3 February 2005 16:36 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Speaking of, um, swing, I don't think anyone's mentioned the live stuff with the Count Basie band either. Shit's hot.

Jordan (Jordan), Thursday, 3 February 2005 16:41 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Sinatra was not a musician and never pretended to be

This is a ridiculous statement. Of course he was a musician, and a good one.

A few months ago I saw that one tv special where he does duets with Jobim and Ella Fitzgerald and then lets them do solo stuff, and it's so cool to see him sitting on the floor next to the stage just grinning and enjoying Ella's singing

Jordan (Jordan), Thursday, 3 February 2005 16:43 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

"i sometimes wonder how on earth sinatra could sing those songs so tenderly, with such a seeming understanding of longing and love, and yet be such a nasty arrogant little chauvinist?"

that's one of the mysteries of art. Lou Reed is supposedly a real twat, and yet that twat wrote "Candy Says" and "Stephanie Says." The twat was responsible for "Berlin" and "Mistrial."

As for Sinatra not contributing to arrangements - well, that's ridiculous and ignorant assertion, based on the assumption that because he didn't play an instrument he just walked into a studio and sang the hell out of something. Sinatra not only sat down with Nelson Riddle and his orchestra to work out the arrangements, he also CONDUCTED the orchestra on several albums, most notably on a Dean Martin album whose name escapes me.

Alfred Soto (Alfred Soto), Thursday, 3 February 2005 16:54 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

yeah i know what you mean about reed, also dylan, verlaine, lord even eric matthews. the list is endless

it's just that this seems to go some way further; it's like the most extreme case i've ever heard - how can he ache so much for something he considers fundamentally worthless? it's such a mystery.

yep he was often quite passionate about the arrangements

debden, Thursday, 3 February 2005 17:00 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

es hurt, did Sinatra ever *reinvent* stuff like Elvis did, though? I mean, "Blue Moon Of Kentucky" in the Elvis version is almost a different song than the original, in mood and tempo, I can't really remember any Sinatra renditions that are like that.

And the Elvis version SUCKED compared to the original.

David Allen (David Allen), Thursday, 3 February 2005 17:05 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

it's like the most extreme case i've ever heard - how can he ache so much for something he considers fundamentally worthless? it's such a mystery.

you wanna hear extreme, listen to charles manson singing "home is where you're happy." as imperfect men making perfect art go, sinatra was but one of a million. nothing remarkable about him in that sense.

fact checking cuz (fcc), Thursday, 3 February 2005 17:09 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Sinatra was not a musician and never pretended to be

OK from my nickname you probably know how I'm going to vote here, but certainly his peers would have disagreed. Many years ago someone (the BBC?) conducted a poll of over a hundred jazz musicians, arrangers etc as to who were the greatest ever jazz singers, male and female. Guys like Miles Davis, Sonny Rollins, Quincy Jones etc were among the respondents. Sinatra not only won the male category, he scored more than 60% of all votes cast (including Miles's, obv). To put it another way, in a constituency made up of jazz greats, the combined total of votes for every other male jazz singer who ever lived was less than 2/3 of the votes cast for Sinatra.

frankiemachine, Thursday, 3 February 2005 17:12 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

he didn't play an instrument he just walked into a studio and sang the hell out of something.
Doesn't Dan Perry usually show up around now.

I read the Nick Tosches book- Dino, Living High In The Dirty Business of Dreams, I believe- and it was very entertaining, but I agree with es hurt, NT was taking the piss a little bit. It was written before Rat Pack Cool came in- at the time all those guys (except Frank, I think) were viewed as jokes. I like Dino in movies- when he sings "My Rifle, My Pony and Me" with Rick Nelson(!) in Rio Bravo or especially when he sends up his own image playing a character called Dino in the underrated Kiss Me, Stupid.

I think Hurting's original objection is sort of personal rather than technical, unless I misread something. And I haven't thought about it much, but it seems to me that influence-wise, he's the number-two popular singer of the past century, after Louis Armstrong, if the wisdom I have received is correct.

Ken L (Ken L), Thursday, 3 February 2005 17:16 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

i've probably argued this on 17 other threads, but whatever ... no one ever complains that jimmy page just walked into a studio and played guitar, he never sang or anything; and no one ever complains that john coltrane was just a sax player, couldn't sing worth a lick. why do artists suddenly become suspect when they "only" sing? i can walk out on the street right now and probably find a dozen great guitarists without trying. great singing -- truly great vocal chops -- is a much rarer skill, is every bit the craft that playing any instrument is, and has arguably played a bigger role in the development of the popular song.

which is all to say: sinatra was a fucking grandmaster of a musician.

fact checking cuz (fcc), Thursday, 3 February 2005 17:25 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

truly great vocal chops -- is a much rarer skill
True dat. It's interesting you mention Coltrane, because I remember somebody saying on one of the sax threads something like "it's relatively easy to play beginner's sax, but hard to play it well." But I can't find it, maybe it was actually on the Born to Run thread?

Ken L (Ken L), Thursday, 3 February 2005 17:34 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Sinatra... smug hack with a four note range and a two note personality, unjustly bigged-up because Nelson Riddle made him sound good. Nat King Cole is 10x better. Hell, even Cole Porter is better.

Lord Custos Epsilon (Lord Custos Epsilon), Thursday, 3 February 2005 17:46 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Amg bio:

Frank Sinatra was arguably the most important popular music figure of the 20th century, his only real rivals for the title being Bing Crosby, Elvis Presley, and the Beatles.

Horseshit

Masked Gazza, Thursday, 3 February 2005 19:15 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

How To Erase All Non White People From Popular Music, lesson one

Masked Gazza, Thursday, 3 February 2005 19:17 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

MitchDan I., out!

Some Dusty in Here (James Redd and the Blecchs), Tuesday, 6 February 2018 23:03 (one year ago) Permalink

I mean, i don't spend a lot of time in haberdasheries, but I assume it's all sinatra all the time

Dan I., Tuesday, 6 February 2018 23:04 (one year ago) Permalink

Sinatra fucking rules btw

Listen to my homeboy Fantano (D-40), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 04:16 (one year ago) Permalink

fuuuuck frank sinatra right in his smug mouth

davey, Wednesday, 7 February 2018 04:27 (one year ago) Permalink

Or, IDK, maybe it was excusable in his heyday but being into Sinatra was already atavistic in the 70s, forget about now.

davey, Wednesday, 7 February 2018 04:29 (one year ago) Permalink

you're atavistic

morning wood truancy (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 11:18 (one year ago) Permalink

Watertown is one of my favorite albums ever and I'm glad no filmmaker has ever gotten around to making a movie out of it.

Simon H., Wednesday, 7 February 2018 13:48 (one year ago) Permalink

This ^^^

I was APPALLED to find no Watertown tracks on Alfred's best of list.

The shard-borne beetle with his drowsy hums (Chinaski), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 13:54 (one year ago) Permalink

I hadn't heard it! Facebook friends introduced me.

morning wood truancy (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 13:57 (one year ago) Permalink

Tell it to the judge.

The shard-borne beetle with his drowsy hums (Chinaski), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 13:58 (one year ago) Permalink

Doobie doobie doo-doo imo

I'm very active in the pegasus community (Old Lunch), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 13:58 (one year ago) Permalink

It's a testament to his talent that you can buy him as a working-class schlub just trying to keep his family together (while in reality he was, on top of everything else, a damned steel magnate)

Simon H., Wednesday, 7 February 2018 13:59 (one year ago) Permalink

I don't think I've ever listened to Sinatra on purpose. Him and Elvis, I get it but I don't really need it.

Josh in Chicago, Wednesday, 7 February 2018 14:22 (one year ago) Permalink

he was an awful person. and most of his most famous (nowadays) music sucks balls, and that badness is magnified a thousand times by the losers making a career off of being fake sinatras.

however, In the Wee Small Hours (and some of Where Are You?) is absolutely god tier amazing and pretty different to his usual swingin' prick persona.

jamiesummerz, Wednesday, 7 February 2018 14:35 (one year ago) Permalink

challenging opinions

morning wood truancy (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 14:36 (one year ago) Permalink

What's this about Sinatra's swinging prick?

Video reach stereo bog (Tom D.), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 14:38 (one year ago) Permalink

Ava had no problem

morning wood truancy (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 14:43 (one year ago) Permalink

fake sinatra sounds like the name of a ska band

Fedora Dostoyevsky (man alive), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 17:02 (one year ago) Permalink

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Trash_Can_Sinatras

mh, Wednesday, 7 February 2018 17:04 (one year ago) Permalink

ILM lol

Alderweireld Horses (darraghmac), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 17:09 (one year ago) Permalink

there was a fellow when I was in college who posted to a local music messageboard who was obsessed with that, among other lesser-known bands

certainly out of my realm of expertise

mh, Wednesday, 7 February 2018 17:10 (one year ago) Permalink

??? their second album is really great

brimstead, Wednesday, 7 February 2018 17:12 (one year ago) Permalink

Their fans call them "the Trashies"

not "Frank Jr"

ice cream social justice (Dr Morbius), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 17:12 (one year ago) Permalink

darraghmac are you into trash can sinatras?

brimstead, Wednesday, 7 February 2018 17:13 (one year ago) Permalink

Hum their big hit

Alderweireld Horses (darraghmac), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 17:13 (one year ago) Permalink

My wife is into the TCSs, they're good!

Btw the largest outdoor malls in L.A. play Frank Sinatra all the time. I mean I think it's literally all the time.

omar little, Wednesday, 7 February 2018 17:17 (one year ago) Permalink

this thread is like if someone started a beach boys thread and just complained about how much they hated "kokomo" and how sick they were of all those stupid guys w/ their dumb surfboards trying to be cool. it's music for ppl who don't really like music, man!

(The Other) J.D. (J.D.), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 18:12 (one year ago) Permalink

nah man, beach boys is music for people who think they like music but don't

Dan I., Wednesday, 7 February 2018 18:15 (one year ago) Permalink

but re: sinatra being played non-stop in certain public places, are there any other artists that get this treatment? I've been in many public places where they seem to play Sinatra exclusively at all times. I think this is where the "music for people who don't really like music" thing comes from--there are a shocking number of people out there for whom music literally begins and ends with sinatra; they don't listen to anything else, at all. only thing I can think of that comes close is a dude I knew who had the complete discographies of leonard cohen and billy joel on his ipod and nothing else.

Dan I., Wednesday, 7 February 2018 18:22 (one year ago) Permalink

like maybe Jimmy Buffett in the florida keys?

Dan I., Wednesday, 7 February 2018 18:27 (one year ago) Permalink

i mainly hear sinatra in, like, those pizza places that have black and white photos of new york on the wall

(The Other) J.D. (J.D.), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 18:27 (one year ago) Permalink

oh shit, i just remembered what probably was subliminally the entire reason I posted in this thread in the firs place! I was recently dragged to a lower-middle-brow cathedral: the dale chihuly museum at the foot of the space needle, and it was all-sinatra up in there. it was very fitting.

Dan I., Wednesday, 7 February 2018 18:47 (one year ago) Permalink

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuIcRiHlHoY

kornrulez6969, Wednesday, 7 February 2018 18:55 (one year ago) Permalink

I have def been in a supermarket in the last year (in Brooklyn) where the PA was tuned to the Sirius Sinatra station.

ice cream social justice (Dr Morbius), Wednesday, 7 February 2018 19:05 (one year ago) Permalink

if u dont fuck with this song i dont wanna know u on a deep personal level
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oG9YAHYe80I

Men's Scarehouse - "You're gonna like the way you're shook." (m bison), Thursday, 8 February 2018 03:58 (one year ago) Permalink

the fuck is wrong w you people

Entrepreneurial Jism Unshackler (Hadrian VIII), Thursday, 8 February 2018 04:03 (one year ago) Permalink

September of my Years is a great album, maybe my second-fave overall

Simon H., Thursday, 8 February 2018 04:13 (one year ago) Permalink

I fuck with "water to drink"

brimstead, Thursday, 8 February 2018 06:12 (one year ago) Permalink

xps all time

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5F6PXAZIRg

sleepingbag, Thursday, 8 February 2018 06:46 (one year ago) Permalink

"if u dont fuck with this song i dont wanna know u on a deep personal level"

"the fuck is wrong w you people"

couldn't help but hear both of these in sinatra's speaking voice

(The Other) J.D. (J.D.), Thursday, 8 February 2018 07:11 (one year ago) Permalink

well I mean I am frank sinatra so that makes sense

Men's Scarehouse - "You're gonna like the way you're shook." (m bison), Thursday, 8 February 2018 11:34 (one year ago) Permalink


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