Welcome back with this second appointment dedicated to Frank Sinatra.
Let's go back to the '50s and '60s, where Sinatra reaches the peak of his career, solidifying his status as an icon of music. After a brief decline in the '50s, his rebirth occurs with the signing of the contract with Capitol Records in 1953. This collaboration gives rise to masterpieces like "Songs for Young Lovers" and "Swing Easy!", highlighting Sinatra's unique interpretative talent.
His voice continually matures, acquiring an unparalleled emotional depth both in live performances and in the studio. However, Sinatra doesn't limit himself to the world of music alone: after some unsuccessful attempts, with the film "From Here to Eternity" (1953), Sinatra earns an Oscar and manages to keep his career on an upward trajectory. The middle years of his career are characterized by a Sinatra who reaches the audience both through audio systems and video, definitively establishing himself as a musical and cultural icon.
Today's listening is "South Of The Border"!