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Sinatra and plenty of friends - Denver, Martin, Bennett, Cole...,
This review is from: Frank Sinatra - Sinatra And Friends  [COLOUR] [DVD] (DVD)
Apparently a TV special from 1977 (when Frank was a bit older than cover picture would suggest)
brings Sinatra under Nelson Riddle's musical direction,
with of plenty of fine guests...
Although I bought this cheap and because it had Tony Bennett and Natalie Cole, at my surprise, the duet with John Denver was my favorite collaboration of the DVD,
with the duet with Cole and wild rat-pack trio with Dean Martin and baritone singer Robert Merrill fighting for the second place...
Tony Bennett and Leslie Uggams also show some fine singing skills on their own and Sinatra is close enough to his prime,
so if this isn't too expensive, buy it.
But it's not essential-Sinatra DVD, nor greatest hits of Sinatra.
As the title states correctly, this is a Sinatra and friends DVD!
Good old-times fun, recorded in the 70s, but belonging in spirit to the previous decade.
But, only under 50 minutes of material...