Saturday, June 27, 2020

Dolly and Marty Sinatra Wedding Picture recipes







Dolly and Marty Sinatra

Wedding Picture

1914


Wow, I never knew Dolly was so good looking. I'd never seen younger pictures of her until I came across her wedding picture with her husband Martino. She wasn't a bad looking gal. Who knew"






LEARN HOW to MAKE

MEATBALLS alla DOLLY 

And SUNDAY SAUCE alla SINATRA

And More ..

RECIPES in SUNDAY SAUCE








Thursday, March 5, 2020

Dean Martin - DINO






DINO




Everybody Loves Somebody









DINO


"An EVENING in ROMA"






Dean Martin

SWAY






DINO !!!


RETURN to ME


Dean Martin







"VOLARE"


DINO CROCETTI





SUNDAY SAUCE
RECIPES SUNDAY SAUCE alla SINATRA

alla DINO







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Thursday, January 23, 2020

Satisfy Me One more Time

 



SOME NICE THINGS I'VE MISSED

Frank Sinatra

"SATSIFY ME ONE MORE TIME"





SATISFY ME ONE MORE TIME

FRANK SINATRA


"YOU GOTTA HEAR THIS ONE"







SATISFY ME ONE MORE TIME

FRANK SINATRA

Reprise Records

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LEARN HOW to MAKE

SUNDAY SAUCE alla SINATRA






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Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Everything Happens to Me Album Sinatra





FRANK SINATRA

EVERYTHING HAPPENS to ME


Everything Happens to Me is a 1996 compilation album by Frank Sinatra.
The album EVERYTHING HAPPENS to ME came about as a conversation between Frank Sinatra and his daughter Tina asking Frank about his favorite songs. Tina asked her father if he would want to put together an album of these his favorite songs, the result was Everything Happens to Me, produced by Tina Sinatra in 1996.






EVERYTHING HAPPENS to ME

ALBUM

FRANK SINATRA






FRANK SINATRA

ALL MY TOMORROWS


ALL MY TOMORROWS is one of those songs that Frank Sinatra could sing better than anyone whose ever recorded the song. The musical arrangement with beautiful violin tracks is poignant beyond all poignancy . "All My Tomorrows" as sung by the great Frank Sinatra is a song so sweet and lovely, and beautiful beyond belief.

"I've got lots of plans for Tomorrow, and all my Tomorrows belong to you."

"No one knows better than I, that love keeps passing me by."

"But with you there by my side, I'll be turning that tide."

"As long as I've got arms that cling at all, it's you I'll be clinging to."


Sinatra in the song pours out his heart for the women he loves, and how all his hopes and desires for his love and their life together, "on some bright tomorrow. All my bright tomorrows belong to you." Wow, is that something.


Yes "ALL MY TOMORROWS" by Mr. Francis Albert Sinatra has to be one of the most beautiful songs ever recorded in the history of the World. "Thank You Frank," for this, and all of your incomparable love songs. You where the Best.







ONCE UPON a TIME

FRANK SINATRA

Musical Arrangement by GORDON JENKINS








SUNDAY SAUCE
alla SINATRA





Album EVERYTHING HAPPENS to ME 

.. FRANK SINATRA

SONGS :

THE GAL THAT GOT AWAY

EVERYTHING HAPPENS to ME

ONCE UPON a TIME

SUMMER WIND

ONCE I LOVED

IF I HAD YOU

WHAT ARE YOU DOING THE REST of YOUR LIFE

THE SECOND TIME AROUND

I HADN'T ANYONE TIL YOU

COME RAIN or SHINE

MORE THAN YOU KNOW

IF YOU GO AWAY

YESTERDAY

DRINKING AGAIN

I'LL ONLY MISS HER WHEN I THINK of HER

HOW INSENSITIVE

DIDN'T WE

ALL MY TOMORROWS

PUT YOUR DREAMS AWAY




Saturday, January 11, 2020

Frank Sinatra Favorite Italian Bread





PARISI BAKERY


Mott Street 

New York NY





Andy Rooney talks Sinatra

and PARISI BREAD





SUNDAY SAUCE

MEATBALLS alla SINTRA







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Thursday, January 2, 2020

Remembering Grace Kelly

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Grace Kelly

Grace Patricia Kelly (November 12, 1929 – September 14, 1982) was an American film actress who, after starring in several significant films in the early- to mid-1950s, became Princess of Monaco by marrying Prince Rainier III in April 1956.

In the summer of 1954, Grace Kelly and Cary Grant were on the French Riviera working on an Alfred Hitchcock movie, To Catch a Thief (1955). It was probably the scene after she speeds along the Moyen Corniche to quickly get to the "picnic grounds" -- and away from a tailing police car -- that she had time to look at the Mediterranean and the countryside along the coast. "Whose gardens are those?" she asked screenwriter John Michael Hayes. "Prince Grimaldi's". She would not meet the prince until the following year. In New York in March 1955, she received a call from Rupert Allan, Look Magazine's west coast editor who had become a friend since writing three cover stories on her. The French government wanted her to attend the Cannes Film Festival that May. She had to given some good reasons to go. One: The Country Girl (1954) would be shown at the festival. Two: she had really loved working on the Riveria the summer before. She met Prince Rainier of Monaco during the Cannes festival. He needed a wife, because with no heir to the throne, Monaco would again be part of France -- after his death -- and its citizens would have to pay French taxes. And Kelly thought it was time for her to select a husband, one who would finally meet with her parents' approval. Her biographers show that the life of a princess was not exactly living happily ever after. Old friends from Philadelphia as well as people she had known in Hollywood reported how glad she was to talk about her life in America and to be speaking English. And then on a cliff road she had known so well since her first visit to the Riviera, there was the fatal crash. The spot is said to be the same spot where the picnic scene from To Catch a Thief (1955) was filmed in 1954.

Kelly retired from acting at the age of 26 to marry Rainier, and began her duties as Princess of Monaco. It is well known that Hitchcock was hoping she would appear in more of his films which required an "icy blonde" lead actress, but he was unable to coax her out of retirement. Kelly and Rainier had three children: Princess Caroline, Prince Albert, and Princess Stéphanie. Kelly retained her link to America by her dual U.S. and Monégasque citizenship. Princess Grace died at Monaco Hospital on September 14, 1982, succumbing to injuries sustained in a traffic collision the previous day. At the time of her death she was 52 years old.

 

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Grace Patrica Kelly

1929 - 1982

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Sintara Concert Princess Grace Monaco







PRINCESS GRACE of MONACO

1971




Princess Grace of Monaco

Frank Sinatra Concert





COLE PORTER'S 

I'VE GOT YOU UNDER MY SKIN

by FRANK SINATRA

LONDON

ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL





FRANK SINATRA

"DIDN'T WE" ?


ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL

LONDON

1971





I GET ALONG WITHOUT YOU VERY WELL

FRANK SINATRA

ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL

LONDON ENGLAND

1971





FRANK SINATRA

YOU MAKE ME FEEL SO YOUNG

ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL CONCERT

1971





FRANK SINATRA

MY WAY

LIVE at ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL

LONDON




SUNDAY SAUCE

EAT LIKE SINATRA









AVA GARDNER

CLARK CABLE

GRACE KELLY

1953




The Cast of MOGAMBO

AFRICA

1953