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  • CD (13 novembre 2006)
  • Nombre de disques: 5
  • Format : CD+DVD, Import
  • Label: Rhino Record
  • ASIN : B000GIWS6A
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Introduction announcement live at las vegas
  2. The one I love belongs to somebody else live at
  3. Don t cry joe live at las vegas
  4. Imagination live at the las vegas
  5. Moonlight in vermont live at las vegas
  6. Without a song live at las vegas
  7. In the still of the night live at las vegas
  8. Here s that rainy day live at las vegas
  9. The moon was yellow and the night was young live a
  10. Monologue live at las vegas
  11. You make me feel so young live at las vegas
  12. The second time around live at las vegas
  13. River stay way from my door live at las vegas
  14. The lady is a tramp live at las vegas
  15. Just one of those things live at las vegas
  16. You re nobody til somebody loves you live at las V
  17. Bows live at las vegas
  18. Young at heart live at las vegas
  19. Witchcraft live at las vegas
  20. On the road to mandalay live at las vegas
  21. Bows live at las vegas
  22. Sinatra speaks on segregation in nevada

Disque : 2

  1. Introductions live at las vegas
  2. Come fly with me live at las vegas
  3. I ve got a crush on you live at las vegas
  4. I ve got you under my skin live at las vegas
  5. The september of my years live at las vegas
  6. Street of dreams live at las vegas
  7. Fly me to the moon in other words live at las vega
  8. Monologue live at las vegas
  9. You make me feel so young live at las vegas
  10. The shadow of your smile live at las vegas
  11. Get me to the church on time live at las vegas
  12. Luck be a lady live at las vegas
  13. It was a very good year live at las vegas
  14. Don t worry bout me live at las vegas
  15. My kind of town live at las vegas
  16. Introductions 2 live at las vegas
  17. My kind of town reprise live at las vegas
  18. Sinatra speaks on working with count basie

Disque : 3

  1. Get me to the church on time live at caesars palac
  2. I get a kick out of you at caesars palace
  3. I can t get started at caesars palace
  4. Without a song live at caesars palace
  5. Hey look no crying live at caesars palace
  6. The lady is a tramp live at caesars palace
  7. Monologue live at caesars palace
  8. Night and day live at caesars palace
  9. All or nothing at all at caesars palace
  10. The one I love belongs to somebody else live at ca
  11. These foolish things remind me of you live at caes
  12. Thème from new york new york live at caesars palac
  13. Bows live at caesars palace

Disque : 4

  1. I ve got the world on a string at the golden nugge
  2. At long last love live at the golden nugget
  3. Witchcraft live at the golden nugget
  4. The gal that got away it never entered my mind med
  5. For once in my life live at the golden nugget
  6. My heart stood still live at the golden nugget
  7. You are the sunshine of my life live at the golden
  8. Monologue at the golden nugget
  9. Spring is here live at caesars palace
  10. What now my love live at the golden nugget
  11. I get along without you very well live at the gold
  12. Pennies from heaven at the golden nugget
  13. Angel eyes at the golden nugget
  14. Mack the knife live at the golden nugget
  15. Bows live at the golden nugget

Disque : 5

  1. Backstage before the show at caesars palace DVD
  2. Welcome to caesars at caesars palace DVD
  3. All of me at caesars palace DVD
  4. Maybe this time at caesars palace DVD
  5. The lady is a tramp at caesars palace DVD
  6. Didn t we at caesars palace DVD
  7. Someone to watch over me at caesars palace DVD
  8. Something at caesars palace DVD
  9. Baubles bangles and beads at caesars palace DVD
  10. The gal that got away it never entered my mind DVD
  11. Monologue 1 at caesars palace DVD
  12. My kind of town at caesars palace DVD
  13. Send in the clowns at caesars palace DVD
  14. Monologue 2 at caesars palace DVD
  15. Don t worry bout me at caesars palace DVD
  16. Introductions at caesars palace DVD
  17. My way at caesars palace DVD
  18. America the beautiful at caesars palace DVD
  19. Backstage after the show at caesars palace DVD

Descriptions du produit

100 % inédits. Chez lui à Las Vegas plus qu'ailleurs, Frank Sinatra y a souvent donné des concerts qui, à l'image de la ville, étaient toujours de grands évènements. Les enregistrements réunis dans ce superbe coffret de 4 CD sont constitués de 70 enregistrements jusqu'ici inédits et couvrent un période de 1961 à 1987. Les arrangements et les orchestrations peuvent changer, mais restera toujours la voix exceptionnelle de 'The Voice' DVD : Le concert inédit complet du 5 mai 1978 au Caesars Palace avec de rares documents en coulisse. Livret de 64 pages, photos rares et de nombreux documents d'époque

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295 internautes sur 297 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Sinatra: Vegas... almost. 10 novembre 2006
Par svf - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The new Sinatra: Vegas box set is the most essential Frank Sinatra release to emerge since the outstanding Sinatra in Hollywood collection of rare and unreleased soundtrack material that came out over four years ago... almost. More on that caveat later.

After enduring scores of unnecessary and pointless posthumous Frank Sinatra "best of" compilations, reissues, repackagings and "limited editions," Sinatra: Vegas finally gives both the casual fan and the die-hard collector something we actually want: four CDs and even a DVD of previously unreleased (officially, anyway) live material spanning the years 1961 to 1987, all recorded in -- you guessed it -- Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada.

Marketing concerns were surely behind this concept as much as artistic ones -- an equally compelling collection of unreleased live Sinatra recordings from international venues could easily be assembled also -- but Sinatra: Vegas sounds way cooler than Sinatra: Argentina.

For starters, the thing looks and feels great, packaged in a sturdy black longbox with shiny silver lettering. The discs are housed in classy yet functional digipacks, and the booklet is chock full o' photos and remembrances, if a little skimpy on details (yes, some of us want to know the exact dates of the recordings, not just the month and year.) You even get a couple reproductions of vintage promotional posters to hang in your locker... or something.

The first CD is comprised of material recorded at the dearly departed Sands Hotel and Casino in November 1961. Performances from this same engagement appeared on the Saloon Singer bootleg years ago, but in vastly inferior sound quality. The fidelity here is pristine, capturing Sinatra in the loose, swinging, confident prime of his early Reprise years, with plenty of Rat Pack-y goofing around as well. While there aren't a lot of surprises among the tune selections, the lovely ballad rendition of "Just One of Those Things" is a welcome rarity.

Disc Two is something that Sinatra-holics have been dying to hear for a long, long time: some of those 1966 recordings with the Count Basie Orchestra that WERE NOT used on the classic Reprise live album -- essentially giving us a new "all alternate takes" version of Sinatra at the Sands!

The goosebumps begin from the get-go with a brief warmup and vamp by the Basie band accompanied by the (undubbed) off-mic announcer, and then Frank appears, proclaiming: "The cowboy is here!" Overall, these performances are looser and more dangerous than the familiar at the Sands versions and a fascinating counterpart to the more polished master takes.

CD Three fast-forwards us to Caesar's Palace in 1982, capturing Old Blue Eyes in fine voice during his underappreciated post-"retirement" early-80s phase, accompanied by Vinnie Falcone and a stellar band. Jazz combo versions of "Night and Day" and "I Can't Get Started" are especially enjoyable, making you wish he'd explored this format more often.

As an added bonus, Dean Martin stops by for some foolishness, and daughter Nancy even takes the stage to join Frank for a duet performance of "Somethin' Stupid" -- and he murders the tune so completely it becomes almost listenable for a change.

The fourth CD presents The Man at The Golden Nugget in 1987 during the twilight of his performing career -- rough around the edges but still a mighty force to be reckoned with. This set is of similar vintage to the Capitol Sinatra Live From Las Vegas CD released last year, but features superior sound quality and a better set list. He has a lot of fun with "You Are the Sunshine of My Life" and "Mack the Knife," plumbs the depths of "I Get Along Without You Very Well" and digs into the brilliant ballad medley of "The Gal That Got Away / It Never Entered My Mind."

As far as I'm concerned, the DVD should be the Holy Grail of Sinatra: Vegas. It claims to be the fabled "complete unreleased" May 5, 1978 Caesar's Palace concert performed in front of an audience of liquor salesmen, celebrities, and a Catholic priest, as recorded by CBS but never broadcast in its entirety. Sinatra predicts that "this will be shown in 1982" during his introductory remarks... and he was only off by about 25 years.

Bootleg audio and video copies of this performance have been circulating among collectors for years, and it's notorious not only because of the high quality and wide variety of music performed but also for the jaw-droppingly outrageous, hilarious, and sometimes downright cringe-inducing monologues -- even by Frank's standards.

The video and sound quality are remarkable, especially considering the date and the source, and of course it's a revelation compared to the bootleg copies. The set list is a fascinating combination of tried and true Sinatra standards ("All of Me", "The Lady is a Tramp"), interesting new arrangements ("Baubles, Bangles, and Beads"), attempts to stay hip in the 1970s ("Didn't We", "Something"), the rather surreal (an audience singalong of "America the Beautiful"), and, perhaps best of all, a riveting piano/vocal performance of "Send in the Clowns."

Then there's the monologue leading up to that Sondheim weeper-turned-saloon song, as Sinatra holds court, describing how the song is a request from an unnamed man in the audience "holding up one of them torches." Suddenly, though, I sensed that something was missing here -- so I pulled out my old bootleg CD copy of this performance and sure enough -- the monologue has been edited! Sinatra's raunchy riff on Elizabeth Taylor ("Mrs. Warner") is now missing...

"Madronn' did she get fat! I mean she was so beautiful -- she was so beautiful. Somebody blew her up with a tire pump or somethin'. She's a great dame. She's marvelous. I once offered her $10,000 just to let me look at it. I wouldn't touch it, just let me look at it, that's all. She doesn't know -- excuse me, Father -- she doesn't know what I was talking about, and neither does he. Cause he ain't never seen it either. You better not have seen it! Otherwise I won't show up at Mass!"

The audience howls with laughter, as you can probably imagine, but it's MIA on this "complete" official edition DVD. [Note how a cocktail magically appears in Frank's hand after the edit at 00:49:27. Not even Mr. S can make a drink materialize that fast!]

Why is it okay for Sinatra to take potshots at Claudine Longet ("one of the great marksmen of all times"), but not Liz Taylor? And then, during the "introductions" monologue later on, there's yet another edit. While acknowledging the presence of Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley in the audience, this ill-advised off the cuff remark has been removed...

"Even if he is colored, he's a Hell of a man. He knows that, we tease him all the time. I'm glad to see ya, Thomas. He's my fella."

Too politically incorrect, perhaps? Well, that's Sinatra: Vegas, folks. Deal with it. Of course, when he calls Paul Anka "that little Arab," it doesn't get edited out.

What happened here? Why not include the complete monologues -- unedited and uncensored? There's plenty of swearing, drug references, and other off-color humor elsewhere in the Sinatra: Vegas recordings. What was it about these particular comments that was deemed "over the line" and by whom? Did the Sinatra Family insist on the edits before approving this release in order to "protect" their father's image and "legacy?" I think we can all handle the unsanitized Sinatra: Vegas experience, warts and all, just as the original audiences experienced it.

Sure, the Live at Caesar's Palace DVD is a fantastic, compelling performance regardless. People who haven't heard the bootleg version certainly won't notice the deletions. It sure seems like "the complete unreleased concert"... as promised.

So it's too bad that this otherwise outstanding collection is tainted by these perhaps minor but conspicuous revisionist tinkerings. I now have to wonder: What might have been purged from the monologues on the four CDs?

Despite this, Sinatra: Vegas is still a welcome, overdue, and highly recommended collection. Just hang on to your original bootleg of Caesar's Palace May 5, 1978 (or find yourself a copy) to hear the truly complete, unedited, unvarnished monologues in all of their pugnacious, swaggering glory -- "Sinatra: Vegas" as it should be.
62 internautes sur 64 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Fresh Frank from the vaults! 8 novembre 2006
Par El Comandante - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Beautifully packaged, this is a fascinating and often musically important set of previously unreleased material. The 1961 recordings from the Sands may be the most vocally satisfying of the 4 audio CDs, but a 1982 Caesars Palace performance is an especially welcome document from the renaissance Sinatra enjoyed in the company of conductor-pianist Vincent Falcone. Highly-anticipated outtakes from the Sinatra-Basie Sands engagement of early 1966 range from good to excellent, even if none of them really equal their "master take" counterparts on the original "Sinatra at the Sands" LP/CD. (Proving that Sinatra and producer Sonny Burke made the correct choices the first time around, 40 years ago.)

The DVD (from a 1978 appearance at Caesars Palace) is a revelation. Sinatra is in astonishing vocal form, completely free from the rasp sometimes heard in his "post-retirement" work. The song selection is excellent and gives ample cause for regret that Sinatra and/or Reprise didn't see any commercial point in recording "American Songbook" standards during the late 70s.

It's fairly well-known that Sinatra's production crew often made tapes of the singer's various live performances during the 1980s and 90s. Hopefully the current release will sell in sufficient quantities to merit a followup set with the same elegant production values - possibly called "Sinatra: New York" - featuring the best moments from Sinatra's debut at Carnegie Hall (recorded but unreleased by Reprise c. 1974) plus his 1982 Carnegie appearance, along with the Radio City Music Hall benefit from early '86 that also boasted a stunning, hot performance by Benny Goodman.
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essential for Sinatra fans only 30 avril 2007
Par artanis65 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This set contains four CD's and 1 DVD; from 1961, 1965, 1982, 1987, and 1978. The two early concerts reveal Sinatra in all of his brilliance; the later ones are hardly worth a listen, with the exception of a few songs here and there.

Sinatra is at his peak in the 1961 and 1966 shows. The real revelation for me in the 1961 performance is the wild galloping version of "On the Road to Mandalay" which is just sensational. The gong at the end really swings. The 1966 concert at the Sands consists of alternative takes of the previously released "Sinatra at the Sands" album. It's interesting to compare and contrast the familiar versions of songs with the versions here. In most cases, they're almost as good and could have easily fit on the originally released album.

While most of the songs are one-offs, for Sinatra fans, it's also interesting to compare the duplicates to see how he gradually began to sing with much more of a kick. "You Make Me Feel So Young" is a perfect example. The arrangement in the 1961 version closely resembles Nelson Riddle's arrangement on "Songs for Swingin' Lovers," though Sinatra swings the original arrangement just a little harder. By 1966, Quincy Jones has rearranged the song to match the drive of the Basie band, and it goes from being a very good performance to a genuinely great one.

I don't think Sinatra ever really got his voice back after he took an early retirement in 1971, and by the late seventies, his voice could no longer do what he needed it to do. It is true that his interpretive skills were as good as ever, but in a live setting you hear him constantly trying to sing around the deficiencies in his voice, and it's distracting. He sounds OK on the less rangy songs where he doesn't have to sustain notes, but I find myself constantly comparing the ballads to earlier better versions, and they don't come off well. There are exceptions. I liked "I Get Along Without You Very Well," surely one of the most beautiful songs ever written which he sings in almost a whisper.

Musically, the DVD is the weakest of the set; the most interesting part of it is watching Sinatra get ready for the concert, and interact with his fans, including a young, obviously awestruck boxer. One thing that's always fascinated me about Sinatra is the contrast between his remarkable singing and his occasionally churlish behavior, on stage and off. Some of that churlishness is evident here as when he takes rude and mostly unfunny shots at a variety of show business folks and long-dead gossip columnist.

If you're a big fan of Sinatra, this is a worthwhile purchase. If you're a casual fan or you want to see what the fuss is about, buy the much cheaper "Sinatra at the Sands" and go on from there. If you want to see Sinatra in concert, see his superior Royal Festival Hall concert in London from just before his retirement, also available on DVD.
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Par Mark - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Mark Sudock - Host - Public Radio's "The Sinatra Songbook"

Sinatra fans will love this collection. Four audio performances and a concert taped for television that capture Frank Sinatra at different stages of his career and, for each period, capture him in top form.

Disc One, a 1961 performance in the Sands Hotel Copa Room, is particularly interesting as there is precious little live performance available from so long ago. Yes, there have been airchecks from this period. But Sinatra attains a unique intimacy in his club appearances. Listeners are very much "in the room." Add the fact that this is a Sinatra in his mid to late forties and at the zenith of his considerable vocal ability. This 1961 concert's amazing! Frank's firing on all cylinders; doing whatever he wants and having the pipes to go for it. Indeed, THIS is a performance that, for age-old fans and newcomers alike, answers the question, "What was all the fuss about?" THIS is the Sinatra that made Las Vegas.

Disc Two, captures yet another 1966 collaboration with Count Basie and his Orchestra. In the sixties, Frank released the landmark LP, "SINATRA AT THE SANDS." It remains a magnificent example of two giants of American Popular Song, at the peak of their respective powers. An exciting concert, a tight, crackling band and an electrifying soloist in Sinatra. "SINATRA AT THE SANDS" remains one of the all-time great LIVE recordings. Disc Two of this collection provides us the luxury of attending yet another performance by this duo. It is no less satisfying than the performance we've known and loved for forty years. As with the original LP, a very young Quincy Jones arranges many of the titles heard in the engagement.

Disc Three, Sinatra at Caesars Palace in 1982. This is a mature Sinatra by contrast to Disc One and Disc Two. He is comfortable with his musical catalog and the showroom, Caesars' Circus Maximus. Dino surprises Frank and the crowd with a quick walk-on and daughter, Nancy, contributes to a sweet moment, dueting with her father on their huge hit from the sixties, "Something Stupid." Once again, the listener to this disc is drawn into the room.

Disc Four, a 1987 performance at the Golden Nugget, was the first disc I listened to. Believing that Sinatra was, by this time, well past his prime and would deliver the least satisfying performance of the four audio discs in the set, I decided to get it out of the way first. I WAS WRONG! Frank's wonderful; absolutely present, enthusiastic and exciting. Recognizing that it's 1987 and not 1961, Sinatra, twenty-seven years later, remains better than most at their best. As well, the band is alive and tight. It's a very strong show!

Disc Five, a 1978 Caesars performance, is a special treat. Finally, for those who always wondered what it was like to see Sinatra in a club, this splendid DVD provides the answer. Taped for a television special in which only a few tunes were broadcast, the entire performance is finally here to enjoy. The first three songs alone, "All of Me," "Maybe This Time," and "Lady is a Tramp" set the tone for the night. There is so much power and energy here. Imagine a mailbag snagged from the pole by an express train that never slows down and you've got it. Here, Sinatra is a well-seasoned professional; in full command of his talent, the room and the night. This disc opens with FS backstage, maybe ten minutes before the downbeat and continues behind the scenes for perhaps five minutes after the final curtain. Collectors familiar with this concert, in bootleg circulation for ages, are critical of the fact that elements of Sinatra's monologue were trimmed for political correctness. Those programming this set made an appropriate editorial call; one that is sensitive to personalities in question who are still among us. In truth, the minimal deletion at hand in no way compromises the spirit of this engagement.

The discs are all technically superb.

The set is beautifully packaged. The enclosed volume is filled with informative commentaries by Sinatra friends and collaborators. The photographs are well-chosen and, in some cases, rare.

The folks at the Sinatra estate have gifted the world with a collection that is at once a justifiable tribute to the artist and is a wonderfully satisfying experience for the listener.

Recommended Titles: Sinatra '57, Sinatra at the Sands, Live in Australia (1959), Sinatra & Sextet: Live in Paris.
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Everything a Sinatra fan could want and then some! 21 novembre 2006
Par Anthony Sachs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A casual fan who only knows Sinatra from his '50s and '60s recordings may see that three of the five discs here are from 1978 and later and shy away from the box. But fans who've heard Sinatra's many live bootleg recordings from the latter part of his career know that his concerts from the late '70s and early '80s are the equal of, and in some ways superior to, anything he ever did. Even the 1987 show, from the very beginning of FS' long decline, shows him to still be in great form, even if his voice is no longer what it was in the '60s.

I have two very minor complaints with this otherwise perfect box, and neither should dissuade you from buying it. The running time of all four CDs is under an hour, and the typical Sinatra set was usually about 70 minutes. Since all four discs are compiled from multiple shows, there's plenty of room for more music. I'm particularly saddened by the exclusion of the piano-and-voice "Porgy & Bess" medley that was performed at the 1982 Caesars Palace gigs which make up the third disc, and which remains officially undocumented. And while I understand why certain portions of Sinatra's politically incorrect monologue from the 1978 show (on the DVD) were deleted, I'm still sorry they're missing. Nancy Sinatra, on the Sinatra family website, vociferously denies that any edits were made, but anyone with a copy of the unedited bootleg VHS tape can easily prove her wrong.

Still, these are very minor quibbles with a landmark collection that's easily the most important "new" Sinatra piece to have been released since his death. The sound is stunning, the packaging is gorgeous, and the music is brilliant from start to finish. A job well done.
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