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Main genre: Easy Listening
Producers: Jimmy Bowen, Sonny Burke
Tags: Big Band, Jazz, US Adult Contemporary #1 Hit
Contributed by DJ Anubis (16422 submissions)
Hmm, another good point, didn't relisten... This might be like Etta James' At last or Nina Simone's Feeling good, eventhough those were covers, still people cover Etta & Nina's renditions... Some covers were just too good I guess :) & Indeed Frank Sinatra seems to be the way to go for the Bublés/Westlifes/Robbie Williamses of this world.
No Buble covered Sinatra's version. Even though Newton was the first to record it, if you listen to it, Buble copies Sinatra's vocals. And I think anyone with even a passing knowledge of Buble - such as myself - knows that he wants to be like Sinatra. Newton not so much.
Thanks Jay, you're right, I'll report it... When I saw this comment I just KNEW Walter had something to do with this... He always finds originals I never did... I always let myself be fooled by Wiki... sometimes the first sentence is: "first recorded by BLABLA" and then halfway down the page, there's a totally different name as original artist... Thank god for Walter and his knowledge of old/classic music ;)
Looks like this has to be changed. Frank Sinatra's version is a cover.
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