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    So, it's Saturday morning and that means - "The Sounds of Sinatra with
    Sid Mark" does anyone else listen to this fabulous show? It's on from
    9-11 on 99.5 makes my whole week!

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    I'll have to check out this show!
    Love Sinatra songs especially...
    That's Life

    Sure is how I feel presently.
    Life is either an adventure... or you're not doing it right!!!

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    Hope you get to listen sometime and enjoy it! I find it a bit irritating that
    they stop the show at about 10:40 with the song "In the wee small hours of the morning" and Sid giving his ending lines then they go back to the same bland
    music they play every other day and hour. Being from Chicago I of course love his Chicago songs!

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    There is also a radio show called Sinatra, the Man and the Music with Guy Steele. This is a locally produced show and can be heard every Sunday on KIPO, 89.9 from 5 to 6 pm. Not just Sinatra music but interviews with Sinatra and musicians, composers, producers and others involved in his career. As a Sinatra fan this may be of interest to you.

    http://tinyurl.com/cz53wh

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    Quote Originally Posted by lihingmui View Post
    There is also a radio show called Sinatra, the Man and the Music with Guy Steele. This is a locally produced show and can be heard every Sunday on KIPO, 89.9 from 5 to 6 pm. Not just Sinatra music but interviews with Sinatra and musicians, composers, producers and others involved in his career. As a Sinatra fan this may be of interest to you.

    http://tinyurl.com/cz53wh
    Aloha! Thanks for the tip! I'll be listening! I would love to hear a show like
    this! A hui hou

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    How many of the listeners will, "Put on Sinatra and start to cry?"

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    Unfortunately, I can't get that station or show, but I can get a quick Sinatra fix from Sirius satellite radio, which devotes a whole channel to the Man. So velvetly smooth, yet refreshing...

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    All I can offer is, at my funeral(how ever it is conducted, details still obscure)I want "My Way" to sum things up.

    I miss real music, orchestrated and involved, classy and sassy, emotional and fun...most "modern" music has NO idea...
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    "Sinatra, the Man and the Music" is an incredible show. Really fun to listen to the interviews he does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walkoff Balk View Post
    How many of the listeners will, "Put on Sinatra and start to cry?"
    Guess it's just you & me, WB.
    We seem to be the only ones who also remember "On and On," by Stephen Bishop.
    To be, or musubi... What was da question?

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