When it comes to the absolute, most popular, male singers of the 20th Century (before there was Michael Jackson, before there was Elvis Presley) - There was, of course, Frank Sinatra (aka. Swoonatra, aka. "Frankie!") who was, without question, a bona-fide pop idol like no other before him.
Born in 1915 (in the slums of Hoboken, New Jersey) - At a very young age, Frank Sinatra (birth-name - Francis Albert Sinatra) developed a very keen interest (partially due to the encouragement of his mother, Natalina) in becoming a professional singer.
Though Sinatra never learned to read music, per se, his direct and forceful singing-style quickly turned him into one of the best-selling music artists of all-time, where, to date, his records have sold over 200 million copies, worldwide.
If you happen to like "big band" jazz music of yesteryear, then this 16-track CD (recorded in 1959) will certainly give you a good sample of Sinatra's vocal diversity as a phenomenal pop sensation. (*Watch music-video*)
*Note* - An active performer for over 40 years (this includes his career in movies), Frank Sinatra died in 1998 (at the age of 82) from a heart attack.
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