Just some thoughts:
When I was on staff at the United States Golf Association I worked a lot of odd (long) hours.
Often I would be in the office working late at night. I would walk down to the kitchen put on a pot of coffee then go back to my office to work. At that time there was a radio show on a station out of New York City that I would listen to as I worked that featured nothing but Frank Sinatra music..
It featured an outstanding disc jockey by the name of Sid Mark, The Sid Mark show would be on every Friday and Saturday nights. Friday nights out of Philadelphia and Saturday nights late out of New York. One night Saturday night I was so taken with an album he was playing I called the station and talked with him regarding the album he had just played. Thus through him I obtained a copy.
If you want some great late night listening get yourself a copy of the great guitarist
Tony Mottola---- "All The Way." It is Mottola's tribute to Frank Sinatra. Being from the old school I have it on vinyl.
Possibly the best two instrumental renditions of "I'll Never Smile Again" and "This Love of Mine."
October 1, 2016
Larry Adamson was raised in Indiana. After teaching and coaching for several years he worked as Director of Championships at the United States Golf Association in NJ. He's retired, living just outside Nashville,TN. He blogs about his favorite things: sports, music, old cars, and the good ole days. Click on the about page for more information.