Frank Sinatra, an enduring mass-media personality, was not only an accomplished musician, film actor, and concert performer but also a spokesman for civil rights, a humanitarian, and a cultural trendsetter. This bibliography culls material from a variety of disparate sources and catalogues the numerous writings that encompass Sinatra's accomplishments, public persona, and cultural impact. In addition to the unique listing of liner notes, the books, book chapters, articles, and Internet websites span the 60 years that trace the beginning of Sinatra's career in 1939 through his death in 1998.
This comprehensive bibliography will attract scholars and Sinatra fans alike as a useful tool for further research. The different types of literature catalogued are divided among separate chapters. An index provides for easy cross-referencing of material and an appendix lists more than 200 of the more notable essays that appeared following Sinatra's death on May 14, 1998.
?Mustazza's fourth book about Sinatra provides annotations to an amazing number of works....Many of the annotations do an admirable job of capturing the essence of the original work....This readable volume would fit int any US popular collection.?-Choice
|Appendix The Death of Frank Sinatra|
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Series: Music Reference Collection
Number Of Pages: 312
Published: 30th January 1999
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 2.54 x 15.88 x 24.77
Weight (kg): 0.64