Frank Sinatra / Standing Room Only

Standing Room Only is a new three-CD Frank Sinatra deluxe set that presents a trio of rare and previously unreleased Sinatra concerts from the 1960s, ‘70s and ‘80s.

This set features his 28 January 1966 (second) show with Count Basie at The Sands, Las Vegas (previously unreleased on CD); his 7 October 7, 1974 concert at Philadelphia’s Spectrum arena (previously unreleased); and his 24 October, 1987 concert at Dallas’ Reunion Arena (previously unreleased in its entirety).

The audio for this set has been newly remixed by Larry Walsh at NBCUniversal Audio and mastered by Seth Foster at Universal Mastering Studios. It comes with a 30-page booklet with liner notes and rare photos.

Standing Room Only will be released by Universal on 4 May 2018.

Disc: 1
1. Come Fly With Me

2. I’ve Got A Crush On You

3. I’ve Got You Under My Skin

4. The September Of My Years

5. Street Of Dreams

6. Angel Eyes

7. Fly Me To The Moon

8. “The Tea Break” (Monologue)

9. You Make Me Feel So Young

10. The Shadow Of Your Smile

11. Luck Be A Lady

12. It Was A Very Good Year

13. Where Or When

14. 14. My Kind Of Town

15. A Few Last Words (Monologue)

16. My Kind Of Town (Reprise)

Disc: 2
1. Overture

2. The Lady Is A Tramp

3. I Get A Kick Out Of You

4. Let Me Try Again

5. My Kind Of Town

6. Welcome

7. Ol’ Man River

8. Monologue

9. I Get Along Without You Very Well

10. I’ve Got You Under My Skin

11. “The Tea Break” (Monologue)

12. Send In The Clowns

13. If

14. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life

15. What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life?

16. My Way

17. Bows: My Way

Disc: 3
1. Overture / Introduction

2. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life

3. What Now My Love

4. My Heart Stood Still

5. Moonlight In Vermont

6. Summer Wind

7. You Will Be My Music

8. More Than You Know

9. Mack The Knife

10. Monologue

11. What’s New?

12. Bewitched

13. Angel Eyes

14. If

15. When Joanna Loved Me

16. For Once In My Life

17. Lonely Town

18. Theme From “”New York, New York””

19. Bows: Theme From “”New York, New York””

20. Where Or When

21. My Way

22. Maybe This Time

23. The Lady Is A Tramp

24. Bows: You Are There

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ruou ngoai thanh nien

I could hear a piano, laughing too, the clink of glasses…this was an epiphany for me, it was refined and smooth. The high notes of the flavour ‘shivered’ and continued to complement the mellow bass flavours too. Yes, very good thank you.

Irwin Miller

For Sinatra’s true fans, there is an unending fascination for his unreleased concerts, and I have gladly ordered this new set on Amazon. In terms of his vocal quality, the recordings and concert tapes from the mid 60s represent Sinatra at his absolute best; the Dismas House St. Louis Benefit concert, also commercially available, and his appearance at Forest Hills Tennis Stadium, and at The Sands represent the best vocal power and melodic lines. By the mid 70s, there was obvious vocal deterioration, precipitated by age, and years of smoking and drinking. By the late 80s, Sinatra was still performing well, but there was a rough quality that was evident. Notwithstanding this, the concerts represented here are clearly worth the investment.


The Sands CD (as released now) has more songs, so this addition is a shorter set than the earlier. And truly avoid the patter tracks. They are awful. If The Main Event is indicative of this added 70’s show then I would pass on this as well.

Niea Walker

Let Me Start Again: Second retirement song written for The Chsirman also by Paul Anka, is worth the price all by itself. (Also a fan of
Paul Anka).

Geir Olafsson

Love your work.

Bruce Duykers

With the Count at the Sands it was the best of live performances and the casual breaks, the band rocks and so does the Chairman. Those were the best days of The Voice

Saleh a bogary

Looking forward to get this collection
Senatra is my fav orate singer


He never got to be bigger than Jesus, though ;)

Tim in Miami

Looking forward to this. The released Sands concert is my favorite live Sinatra


Thanks Paul….ordered one immediately.

I believe the Sinatra/Basie at the Sands, unreleased recording was
included on the USB stick with the Jack Daniels – Sinatra Select
100th anniversary bottle.

Sinatra … bigger than Elvis (Presley, not Costello!)

Mark Hanson

Bigger than Elvis Costello, too!