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  • CD (5 octobre 2009)
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  • Label: Universal Music
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HASH(0x988230e4) étoiles sur 5 The CD with the split personality 28 juillet 2002
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Format: CD
On the one hand, you have the first seven tracks, consisting of bossa nova tunes performed with the composer Antonio Carlos Jobim. As good as a previous album Sinatra did with Jobim was, these seven songs are even better. Eumir Deodato's arrangements are a little more aggressive than Claus Ogerman's on the first Sinatra/Jobim album. Combined with three songs that didn't make it, "Bonita", "Song of the Sabia", and "Desafinado", all of which are available only on the Reprise box set, this might have been on a top three list of all time Sinatra albums. There are several tracks like "Wave", "Agua de Beber" and "This Happy Madness" that are astonishingly good. "Agua de Beber" is an interesting fusion of swing and bossa nova, in which Sinatra actually sings in Portugese.
Unfortunately, instead of those unreleased bossa nova tracks, Sinatra grafted some mediocre soft rock tunes from the early 1970's onto the second half of the album. "I Will Drink the Wine" is not bad, but "Leavin' on a Jet Plane" and most of the others are just woeful. Sinatra sounds disinterested, and it's not surprising he retired shortly after this album came out.
So you have an album with a split personality. The first seven songs are as good as anything Sinatra ever did, while the last several songs are unworthy of such a great singer. Still, even bad Sinatra is worth hearing.
And it's worth tracking down "Bonita" and "Song of the Sabia" if you can find them. Add those tunes to the songs on the first half of this album, and you will have discovered a lost treasure.
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HASH(0x98821108) étoiles sur 5 Best recording of Wave ever! 19 avril 2006
Par A. Wilkerson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I had this lp years ago and lost it in a flood. I am so happy to finally find it on CD. Sinatra's recording of Wave is the best ever done by anyone and that track alone is worth purchasing this collection. Sinatra - probably the greatest singer to ever grace the planet, knew how to handle the Jobim material with complete artistry. A must for any serious fan of Sinatra and especially for any serious singer.

Andrea Baker
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HASH(0x9889815c) étoiles sur 5 Not half bad 16 septembre 2002
Par Giuseppe C. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I usually maintain that Sinatra albums are of such a thematic and artistic wholeness that to issue them in the form of sampled collections is to a grave disservice to the original projects. If so, "Sinatra and Company" is the exception that proves the rule. Despite a happily conceived Sinatra reading of "Being Green," the second side of this album is benignly irritating (on the other hand, had the material been sung by an Engleburt Humperdinck, Jerry Vale, or Andy Williams it could have been downright nauseating).
Not just Don Costa but Sinatra must share some of the blame for the lapses in judgement that are 50% of this album. The tunes and lyrics are so lame, so much a part of '70's pop culture, that it's almost understandable why Costa would overscore them in garish colors. And whoever the engineer was who mastered the album--washing out Sinatra's voice in the mix and pumping up the bass to ridiculous levels (I can't even reduce it sufficiently when I back off the bass tone control as far as it will go) certainly had to receive Sinatra's approval. In the 50's Old Blue had the integrity not to even pretend to meet the Elvis challenge. So in the 70's why was he trying to emulate Herb Alpert, Burt Bacharach, and the Fifth Dimension?
Side One is also overly loud and thickly textured (the Claus Olgerman session with Sinatra and Jobim is clearly superior), but it contains some indispensable musical moments by the Master Storyteller. No one else has come close to matching Sinatra's passionate reading of "Someone to Light Up My Life" (which should be a popular standard based on the evidence here), to probing the depths of the ocean (a resonant bottom D) on "Wave," or elevating "One Note Samba" from a facile ditty to a musical main event (just dig Blue's vocalese on the second chorus--a rare Sinatra moment).
In short, don't bother with this album unless you already own at least 25 Sinatra albums. Instead, go with "Frances Albert Sinatra and Antonio Carlos Jobim" or, since this latter album is quite short (25-30 minutes?), simply wait for the inevitable release of "Best of Sinatra and Jobim."
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HASH(0x98af1ec4) étoiles sur 5 First half of the album makes this a must have 13 août 2002
Par Greg Vince - Publié sur Amazon.com
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One of the few tragedies in this craze of Sinatra issues is the reluctance to bring back the 1971 album "Sinatra & Company". I was fortunate to have found it in Canada after years of hunting for it. On tracks 1-7 the Chairman collaborates with Antonio Carlos Jobim once again. This session was arranged by Eumir Deodato and top the other CD with Jobim (simply called Frank Sinatra and Antonio Carlos Jobim). Sinatra's voice is in top form and the arrangements are beautiful. "Wave" stands out in my personal opinion as one of Sinatra's all time best performances. As for the Don Costa arrangements that make up the secound half, they could have been better. They are too mixed up and disturb the easy flow of Jobim's bossa nova. Not to say they are bad but they just don't fit. It's like putting big band swing at the end of "In the Wee Small Hours". Yet still the folks over at Reprise need to make sure they get this album out (preferably along with "She Shot Me Down"). Its just too good to remain a lost Sinatra album.
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HASH(0x986cea2c) étoiles sur 5 Stars are for the Jobim songs only 29 mars 2007
Par A C SHIELDS - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
People would be sick of reading that this is half a good album , but it's true .

It's for the first half that you should buy it - why miss out on the lovely interpretations Frank gives , especially if you love his earlier album with Jobim . It is true his pitching is more unsure on this album when he sings the Jobim songs , but the arrangements are superb and help you to forget that aspect of it . The lyrics are also exceptional as one would expect , which always brings the best out of Frank .

Make a compliation with the first Jobim album and you've got a nice little collection !
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