Another 1959 record from the best of joins the shelves, and its Sinatra, so of course it’s good. I still think the cover photo is a bit creepy though.
Come Dance with Me! is Frank Sinatra’s twenty-first studio album. This was Sinatra’s second recording with arranger Billy May, and it’s a great orchestra. The album reached #2 on the Pop charts and stayed in the chart for 140 weeks, apparently it is Sinatra’s most successful album but I’m not sure on what that is measured, still, it did well.
At the Grammy Awards of 1960, Come Dance With Me! took three awards: the Grammy Award for Album of the Year, the Grammy Award for Best Vocal Performance, Male, and the Grammy Award for Best Arrangement. The second of which was given to Frank Sinatra and the third was to Billy May.
As one can gather from the title the album is a collection of songs related in some way to dancing, or as it says on the back of the sleeve “Vocals that dance” which is very late 50’s.
|A1||Come Dance With Me|
|A2||Something’s Gotta Give|
|A3||Just In Time|
|A4||Dancing In The Dark|
|A5||Too Close For Comfort|
|A6||I Could Have Danced All Night|
|B2||Day In, Day Out|
|B3||Cheek To Cheek|
|B4||Baubles, Bangles And Beads|
|B5||The Song Is You|
|B6||The Last Dance|