- Title: Sinatra
- Author: Richard Havers
- ISBN: 0635517096507
- Page: 199
- Format: Hardcover
From poverty to power, Hoboken to Hollywood, this story is the embodiment of the American Dream For over 50 years Frank Sinatra was at the epicenter of American life on the radio, in the movie theaters, on TV, and in newspapers and magazines Includes over 800 photographs, some rare and unseen, capture each moment of the legend s seven decade career.
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He almost didn’t survive. The birth was complicated, difficult on mother and child. It was a home birth, so the doctor didn’t have access to many of the tools he required. Forceps were forcefully used to rip the baby from the mother, permanently scarring the baby’s neck as a result. When he finally immerged, he was pronounced dead…that is until his grandmother held true to an old wives’ tale and ran his head under cold water. Suddenly, the child was brought back to life and released it [...]
He didn't always "have the world on a string". This book paid great attention to detail Who knew he had such insecurities, it made me like him even more. Sing Baby Sing !!!!
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