With the help and full cooperation of friends, family and associates, Nancy Sinatra has compiled an incredible, in depth look at the life of this fascinating performer. Listen to Frank himself on the subject of Ol' Blue Eyes, alongside the greats who have always surrounded him: from his early days on the radio with Tommy Dorsey; entertaining troops with Bob Hope; on stage with Sammy Davis Jr. and Bing Crosby; and even a rare recording on the subject of politics with John F. Kennedy.
Interesting. I expected more excitement. Worth a listen if you love Sinatra. I'm gonna try the other audible book by Nancy, in hopes of different content.
Loved it overall, but Nancy practically whispered half the story. It was very distracting. She seemed to barely breathe out the endings of words, and her quiet (dare I say weak?) voice robbed some parts of their emotional weight. Otherwise, I really enjoyed learning about one of my heroes, and have already listened to this three times in 2 days.
This book seemed like the product of a daughter using her fathers life for the sake of greed and to make a buck?
Why would any daughter write about her fathers love life. Just odd.,