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On The Road To Mandalay - Frank Sinatra - Come Fly With Me (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Sinatra sang the song in Australia, during a concert tour in , and relayed the story of the Kipling family objection to the song and how the Australian release of Come Fly with Me came to contain "Chicago". "Mandalay" was eventually restored on the UK re-pressing, and has been included on all subsequent releases.
  2. Jun 27,  · Tracklist: 01 - Come Fly With Me 02 - Around The World 03 - Isle Of Capri 04 - Moonlight In Vermont 05 - Autumn In New York 06 - On The Road To Mandalay 07 - Let's Get Away From It All 08 - April In Paris 09 - London By Night 10 - Brazil 11 - Blue Hawaii 12 - .
  3. "On the Road to Mandalay" is a song that was originally a poem titled "Mandalay". Later, it was adapted into this song by Oley Speaks. Frank Sinatra featured this song in his album Come Fly With Me. A live performance can be found on Sinatra's live album under Reprise, Frank Sinatra with the Red Norvo Quintet: Live in Australia,
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Come Fly With Me on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - SY,EMI - SY • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band/5(44).
  5. It probably is listed as 'Come Fly with Me (album)' to distinguish it from 'Come Fly with Me (song)'. David Fell —Preceding undated comment was added at , 11 August (UTC) On the Road to Mandalay. Interestingly, the version of this album I have (bought about ten years ago) has "On the Road to Mandalay" as track 6.
  6. Dec 12,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Come Fly With Me (Remastered) · Frank Sinatra Nothing But The Best ℗ Frank Sinatra Enterprises, LLC Released on: Conductor: Billy.
  7. Constructed around a light-hearted travel theme, Come Fly With Me, Frank Sinatra's first project with arranger Billy May, was a breezy change of pace from the somber Where Are You. From the first swinging notes of Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen 's "Come Fly With Me" -- which is written at Sinatra 's request -- it's clear that the music on the collection is intended to be fun/

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