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FIRST TIME REACTING TO | Frank Sinatra “That’s Life”

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30 Comments

  1. That was great! More Sinatra songs: Luck Be A Lady, Strangers In The Night, Love And Marriage (aka the Married With Children theme song), The Girl From Ipanema, My Way, New York New York, Fly Me To The Moon, The Way You Look Tonight, The Best Is Yet To Come, Chicago, Summer Wind

  2. I like the studio version better.
    If this was a thesis the theme was negated by the ending.

  3. Do New York, New York by Frank and Learn more on the Rat Pack. They were real entertainers.

  4. "Fly Me to the Moon" is probably my favorite Sinatra song (though his Christmas songs are great, too). Frank and the rest of the original Brat Pack were just a different kind of cool. He's got a TON of vocal talent, and he was an award-winning actor as well. He's also big enough to not give a SINGLE SOLITARY F what anyone thinks about his style. For a country version of this song, try "If you're going thru hell (keep on going)" by Rodney Atkins.

  5. react to him and his daughter Nancy doing the song Something Stupid

  6. "Cycles" from 1968 has become my theme song.

  7. Thank you so much for reacting to Mr. Sinatra. Hope you do lots more. He recorded over 2,000 songs in his amazing career.

  8. My Way!
    Luck be a Lady
    I’ve Got You Under My Skin
    The Nearness of You
    I Fall in Love Too Easily
    I Have Dreamed
    + for great old fashioned romance, a beautiful song called Moonlight Serenade.

  9. I love the recorded version of this hit. It has some nice production and background vocals. But this live version is fine too, with Frank playing around a bit with the lyrics and the rhythm. His vocals were still pitch-perfect at an advanced age.

  10. Frank Sinatra was, and is, the greatest male singer of all time. There, I said it.

  11. You need to look up Joe Piscopo playing Sinatra on SNL in the 80s. It's him as Sinatra and Eddie Murphy as Stevie Wonder. Very funny!!!!!!

  12. He was a great showman to the end. His phrasing is what made him special but his voice lost its power at the end

  13. React to something when he was younger. He really sang then, not ‘talking in tune’ as he did later in life.

  14. This version is too campy. Terrible. He butchered his own song! ZERO emotion to it.

  15. I remember the day he died like it was yesterday. I like his melancholy "saloon songs" best and I think he did as well.

  16. The original rat packer chairman of the board. The first teen idol.

  17. The original rat packer chairman of the board. The first teen idol.

  18. PLEASE react to Dennis Miller's story about Frank.

  19. Britt – Quincy Jones produced 4 albums with Frank. The great ones intersect somewhere

  20. I fell in love with Frank Sinatra when I was 10 years old. You're absolutely right. There is just something about him that is so fascinating and captivating. I suggest you watch his video with Frank Sinatra and Tony Mottola on acoustic guitar. One of my favorite performances of his.

  21. I thought I'd like this better that the David Lee Roth version. I didn't.

  22. You should watch his movie Production of Guys and Dolls with Marlon Brando. He was a brilliant actor, and you will love the movie.

  23. BrittReacts:
    A heads up f.y.i. in the future.
    In almost 99.9% of cases, you should listen / FIRST TIME REACTING TO, to the original recording studio version. (There are exceptions like Joe Cocker's "WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS" at Woodstock, etc.), but understandably, you're flying blind with knowing to make that particular distinction and choice due to and with your relative youth and unfamiliarity of pop-music dating back from well over the past decades and even before W.W. ll, which is where Mr. Frankie Sinatra is first heard, circa 1938!!
    (His official release-studio version recording of "THAT'S LIFE" is dynamite.)

  24. listen to a whole album e.g. Only the Lonely, or Come Fly with Me

  25. Frank was good friends with Dean Martin and appeared on Dean’s show all the time All these people in Hollywood had class back in the day Women loved him and Dean Martin’ My pop loved Dean Martin

  26. Love it but this version is sorely missing the backup singers…an extra layer of greatness every time they chime in. You should check out the studio version & hear the difference.

    Two of his best are "The Best Is Yet To Come" and "One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)". The first is fun, the second is atmospheric & melancholy. You'd appreciate both.
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  27. Had to stop here first, this was my moms favorite singer, or Harry Belafonte, depending on her mood. Frank was top of the top in his time.

  28. You reacted previously to a sing-off between Sinatra and Elvis on someone's talk show 😊

  29. You should react to Mr Bojangles sang by Sammy Davis Jr

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