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The LP-BOX Frank Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra The popular Sinatra Vol.
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Frankis A. & Edward K.
Frank Sinatra and Duke Ellington and His Orchestra released Francis A. & Edward K. in 1968. This was the first time Sinatra worked with Ellington and his famous Bigband. The project Sinatra/Ellington was long overdue, but by the time it was successful, the result was not entirely satisfactory Ellington had recently lost his musical par excellence, Billy Strayhorn, and the inappropriate arrangements for the tracks, combined with the Ellington Orchestra, which seems "cold" and unwilling to sound, contributed to the failure of the record by critics and audiences The only composition on the record signed by Duke Ellington is I Like the Sunrise.
The end of the sessions for the album coincided with Sinatra's 52nd birthday.