How long this will be allowed to remain on You Tube. But you better eat this up and enjoy it while you can.
One hell of a moment in Music History and I remember sitting there at 17 years old with my parents soaking up every single moment of it.
Man it was grand, you could be a hippie and still steal your Dad’s Frank Sinatra Album. LMAO…Which I still have.
Angel Eyes Uhhhh. Can’t get any better.
Only befitting on the day of what used to be another Class event. The Academy Awards. I’m looking forward to 70-year-old Barbara Streisand to blow Adele off of the stage!
Miss you Mr. Chairman.
The Main Event aired Saturday October 12, 1974.
Album released shortly after. (some songs used from different concerts and venues)
Frank Sinatra – Vocals
Woody Herman and the Young Thundering Herd – instrumentation
Jeff Brillinger – Drums
Bill Miller – Conductor
1.Overture: “It Was a Very Good Year”/”All the Way”/”My Kind of Town” (Ervin Drake)/(Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen)/(Cahn, Van Heusen)(introduction by Howard Cosell)
2.”The Lady Is a Tramp” (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
3.”I Get a Kick Out of You” (Cole Porter)
4.”Let Me Try Again (Laisse Moi le Temps)” (Paul Anka, Cahn, Michel Jourdon, Caravelli)
5.”Autumn in New York” (Vernon Duke)
6.”I’ve Got You Under My Skin” (Porter)
7.”Bad, Bad Leroy Brown” (Jim Croce)
8.”Angel Eyes” (Earl Brent, Matt Dennis)
9.”You Are the Sunshine of My Life” (Stevie Wonder)
10.”The House I Live In (That’s America to Me)” (Lewis Allan, Earl Robinson)
11.”My Kind of Town”
12.”My Way” (Anka, Claude François, Jacques Revaux, Gilles Thibault)
Tracks 10 and 12 recorded in Boston Garden, October 2, 1974
Tracks 6 and 8 recorded at War Memorial Auditorium, October 4, 1974
Track 5 recorded in Madison Square Garden, October 12, 1974
Tracks 1-4, 7, 9, and 11 recorded in Madison Square Garden, October 13, 1974
Where does it hurt you baby (on album version)….. I love it.
Every generation has one. An Idol…
This man still is one in 2013.
One response to “Sunday Sinatra ~ The Main Event 1974”
As it turned out it was Shirley Bassey that blew them all off. GoldFINGA!
76 and the pipes still going strong.