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Frank Sinatra always saluted his audience with a toast: "May You Live To Be A Hundred And The Last Voice You Hear Be Mine." Envisioned as a child's first musical library to be shared with the generations before, Tina Sinatra has curated a special compilation of Sinatra recordings for children and parents alike. On May 12, Universal Music
Group will release Frank Sinatra: Baby Blue Eyes… May The First Voice You Hear Be Mine.
After combing the songs from Sinatra's Reprise, Capitol and Sony catalogs, Tina carefully chose 20 songs for 'Baby Blue Eyes' that express a father's love, compassion and dreams for children around the world. Featuring a baby photo of Sinatra on its cover, the collection will be available for download purchase or streaming across all major digital music providers worldwide, and at Sinatra.com's Sinatra 100 shop.
"Dad is perhaps best remembered as a saloon singer. He often referred to himself as such," says Tina Sinatra. "But, first, he was a Father and that emotional connection to the child in all us is ever-present in this collection of songs that I have chosen as a concert to each new generation."
Frank Sinatra: Baby Blue Eyes… May The First Voice You Hear Be Mine [digital album]
Yes Sir, That's My Baby
Ain't She Sweet
It's A Wonderful World
Isn't She Lovely
I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
Pocketful Of Miracles
It's Only A Paper Moon
Pennies From Heaven
How Cute Can You Be?
Young At Heart
Put Your Dreams Away
Cradle Song (Brahms Lullaby)
About Frank Sinatra
Throughout his six-decade career, Frank Sinatra
performed on more than 1,400 recordings and was awarded 31 gold, nine platinum, three double platinum and one triple platinum album by the Recording Industry
Association of America. Sinatra demonstrated a remarkable ability to appeal to every generation and continues to do so; his artistry still influences many of today's music superstars. The Oscar® winner also appeared in more than 60 films and produced eight motion pictures.
Sinatra was awarded Lifetime Achievement Awards from The Recording Academy, The Screen Actors Guild and the National
Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), as well as the Kennedy Center Honors, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal. Today, he remains a legend and an inspiration around the world for his contributions to culture and the arts.
For more information about Frank Sinatra, visit sinatra.com.