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Frank Sinatra with Quincy Jones and Orchestra: "l.a. is my lady" long-playing, 33 1/3 rpm., 12", vinyl record. Qwest label, 25145-1. Side One: L.A. Is My Lady, The Best Of Everything, How Do You Keep The Music Playing? Teach Me Tonight, I'ts All Right With Me. Side Two: Mack The Knife, Until The Real Thing Comes Along, Stormy Weather, If I Should Love You, A Hundred Years From Today, After You've Gone.
L. A. Is My Lady L.A. is my lady, the second 'new' Sinatra album of my life, the voice is not as strong, the notes not held as long but with Quincy Jones writing those 'wild charts' Frank and Co. still do a great job. She Shot Me Down was torch songs this is more upbeat. Teach Me Tonight is one of his later classics and a personal favorite. One Hundred Years from Today will still be enjoyed in 100 years.Mac the Knife was been done better as Frank admits but it is still packed with fun. Its Alright With Me is Cole Porter but the style might not be what you expect but another great one. Until the Real Thing Comes Along is done if the 'Frank' style and works well.I first saw Frank in college during the early '80s and became a big fan, there are not too many songs the man did that I don't like and for those who are tired of classic Franks songs-some fun here! Join Frank and his Lady, some great musicians and have some fun!I watched how Quincy Jones made this album with Frank Sinatra, so I knew that this was the last time Mr. Sinatra was in a recording studio with some of the great jazz muscians. "How Do You Keep the Music Playing" is just beautiful. His "updated" rendition of "Mack the Knife" is pure enjoyment. If you love Sinatra and want some different songs in addition to his classics, I highly recommend L.A. is My Lady.I should state that I'm a long-time Sinatra fan. Originally, I had little interest in this CD since it was not arranged by either Nelson Riddle or Billy May. Those two wrote "the groundwork" over which Sinatra did his best work, in my opinion. Also, Sinatra was 68 years old when it was recorded. Excluding the "Duets" pieces, I believe this is the last album Sinatra recorded. However, once I got past the title song, which seems a bit mundane for Sinatra, I grew to really like this CD. Four different arrangers had a part in the album, and it's not really like anything else Sinatra recorded. Perhaps the key element is the band. Quincy Jones put together some incredible players. Listening to the band alone is worth the price of the CD; plus, "Old Blue Eyes," at 68, can still swing. He's better than any of the posers out there that are half that age. Special lyrics were added for several tunes, especially "Mack the Knife." The last cut, "After You've Gone," is amazing. In summary - this CD is great fun. This is "good time" music with class and style. I thoroughly enjoy it, and it's become one of my Sinatra favorites...and I nearly missed it!This is Sinatra’s last recording. The charts are great. The recording is super. And even though his voice shows it’s age, it’s a piece of history worth hearing.bought the MP3 set of this album. When I D/Led the files I found the sound to be distorted, I suspect due to a poor, over driven conversion from analog to digital. Ordered the CD, but it was just as bad. Somebody messed up big time on this outstanding album.No excuses for this happening, IMO.This should have not been Sinatra's final solo album. People saying to give it up, your too old, nonsense. Sure he was aging a little but still singing really good, proof being the 1986 recording of 'Mack the Knife' on the 4 disc reprise box set. He sounded great on that song and it should have been included on 1 or 2 albums after this one. Too bad it ended up this way, but then I wonder if maybe there is something out there still unreleased. Possible, but I will not get my hopes up too high.Peter J. MillerExcellent album from the later Sinatra. His voice is old but still there. Great orchestrations.The one and only Frank Sinatra teams up with Quincy Jones and a great professional jazz orchestra, which includes George Benson playing guitar in the background. Can't beat its soulful and big band music. The original album came out in 1984, during the L.A. Olympics, which introduces the title song "L.A. Is My Lady" and is the album's cover name. A must have album for Sinatra fans, which has become a collector's item and was hard to find before Amazon made it more available for a reasonable price. In fact, the album I purchased was only available in England. So hurry, if you want to enjoy a different blend of Sinatra. whether you’re a wholesaler looking to increase revenues, a retailer who refuses to pay the high prices in your country, or a shopper looking to get hold of the latest products, we provides light-speed service and wholesale prices.