Resurrection of TDN Frank Sinatra Star Chart and Analysis
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The Voice - F r a n k S i n a t r a
Beginning his musical career in the swing era with Harry James and Tommy Dorsey, Sinatra became a solo artist with great success in the early to mid 1940s. His professional career had stalled by the 1950s, but it was reborn in 1953 after he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. He signed with Capitol Records, and released several critically lauded albums (such as In the Wee Small Hours, Songs For Swingin' Lovers, Come Fly With Me, Only the Lonely and Nice 'n' Easy). Sinatra left Capitol to found his own record label, Reprise Records (finding success with albums such as Ring-A-Ding-Ding, Sinatra at the Sands and Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim), toured internationally and fraternized with the Rat Pack and President John F. Kennedy in the early 1960s. Sinatra turned fifty in 1965, recorded the retrospective September of My Years, and scored hits with Strangers in the Night and My Way. Sinatra attempted to weather the changing tastes in popular music, but with dwindling album sales and after appearing in several poorly received films, he retired in 1971. Coming out of retirement in 1973, he recorded several albums, scoring a hit with (Theme From) New York, New York, and toured both within the United States and internationally until a few years before his death in 1998.
Sinatra had three children; Nancy, Frank Jr., and Tina by his first wife Nancy Barbato. He married three more times, to the actresses Ava Gardner and Mia Farrow, and finally to Barbara Marx, to whom he remained married until his death.
Source : Wikipedia
Ol' Blue Eyes with Peter Lawford, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis, Jr.
Real Name: Francis Albert Sinatra
Date of Birth: December 12, 1915
Place of Birth: Hoboken, NJ, USA
dod: 14 May 1998, Los Angeles, CA
Frank Sinatra has a 22 Destiny Path
Sun 19° Sagittarius 13' [combust Mercury 17° SAG 10' in 2nd house] - Moon 5° Pisces 07'
ASC 28° Libra 22' - MC 3° Leo 36'
Sagittarius, The Centaur, or Archer ~ Ruler: Jupiter
Jupiter: Sapphire (star), Amethyst, Topaz - Sapphire maintains power of the physical temple, makes melancholy cheerful; high priest of Egypt called the sapphire an emblem of truth; wore one on his shoulder; reconciles man to God; amulet for fear; often given an initiate at time of initiations. Held by some to bring some uncertain fortune due to its structure. Amethyst: The Indian variety is most precious. If made into drinking cups or bound to the navel, prevented drunkenness. Held to sharpen wit, turn away evil thoughts, gives knowledge of future in dreams. Was frequently engraved with head of Bacchus, a favorite of Roman ladies. In potion, expelled poison, rendered barren fruitful. Emblem of sincerity. Comes from the Greek "amethystos", meaning "not drunk." In mythology, name of one of Diana's favorites. Topaz: Sign of friends, restrains anger, desire, bleeding, increases courage. See also Amiante, a species of fire-proof stone, which Pliny stages as an excellent specific against the charms of magic and that may also apply to the Scorpio frequency. Pretty in pink quartz and special cut crystal. November 25 Dark Green Malachite - Naphtali (he strove) the ploughing month
Nancy Sinatra: June 8, 1940 1 Destiny Path; [9:01 AM] Jersey City NJ
Sun 17° Gemini 34' - Moon 18° Cancer 34'
ASC 3° Leo 18' - MC 19° Aries 26'
Nancy Sinatra wrote FRANK SINATRA, my father [see below] and penned an afterword for SESSIONS WITH SINATRA by Charles "Chuck" Granata, a Sony exec expert on Sinatra reissues and restoration of cover art. Nancy praised Granata’s thorough background work and interviews, and said he [Granata] "has such a healthy respect for the artists, and their bodies of work – not just my dad. It’s not hero worship; it’s a real educated awareness of the work that’s involved in what they did."
A true Sagittarius, Frank Sinatra (and many 'Rat Pack' pals) had very strong opinions about people, places and things, although he never pushed his philosophy or his perspectives on the public. His daughter
Nancy wrote a wonderful book about life with her father, FRANK SINATRA, my father, and shares some powerful observations from Ol' Blue Eyes throughout, such as the following, from Chapter Fourteen.
Chapter Fourteen * TRANSITION * THE AGE OF AQUARIUS
It was an age of sorts, of Cassius Clay, the Beatles, the Pill, of Woodstock, minis, Baez, Dylan, of the hip and the hippies, the Mets, the moon, of tuning out and turning on. Of Black Power, Flower Power, and, in his own way, a continuing surge - for a time - of Sinatra Power.
Reflecting in the sixties on his work, he said: "I think I get an audience involved personally in a song - because I'm involved. It's not something I do deliberately. I can't help myself. If the song is a lament at the loss of love, I get an ache in my gut. I feel the loss myself and I cry out the loneliness, the hurt, and the pain ...."
He reflected, as others were doing, on religion: ..."I believe that God KNOWS what each of us wants and needs. It's not necessary for us to make it to church on Sunday to reach him. You can find Him any place... There are things about organized religion which I resent. Christ is revered as the Prince of Peace, but more blood has been shed in his name than any other figure in history... I'm for anything and everything that bodes love and consideration for my fellow man ...."
-Nancy Sinatra, FRANK SINATRA, my father
The sleeve reads: Even more than a daughter's marvelous, surprising biography of her legendary father, this is Sinatra on Sinatra - a vivid, loving portrait by a star about a superstar.
Highly recommended reading for all Sinatra fans and those researching the soundtracks of the 20th Century! Published by Doubleday
HER BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKIN’…
ON THE HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME
Nancy Sinatra honored with 2,312th Star 7000 Hollywood Boulevard, Thursday, May 11, 2006
In the mid 1960s, with songs like “So Long Babe” and ‘”How Does that Grab You, Darlin’?”, Nancy Sinatra took the image of a girl crying over her diary for a boy who wouldn’t behave and changed it to a woman who let her men know, in no uncertain terms, just how things were going to be.
“These Boots Are Made For Walkin’” kicked open the doors for a whole new category of women in music. Nancy’s tough girl attitude preceded women’s liberation and created the first rebel chick singer. The era of the female rocker was born.
.... Sinatra has co-starred in seven movies, two of which, “Speedway” with Elvis Presley and “The Wild Angels” with Peter Fonda, made her the top female box-office draw two years in a row. She also appeared on episodes of TV’s “The Virginian” “Burke’s Law” and “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.”. One of her few on camera appearances in recent years, was in honor of Viet Nam Veterans, on the television classic “China Beach”, which recreated one of her shows with the USO and featured another entertainment industry icon and friend, the Honorary Mayor of Hollywood, Johnny Grant.
She continues to be very active in politics and charitable causes, including “Songs of Love,” an artistic cooperative which creates upbeat and encouraging original songs personalized for children with chronic or terminal illnesses, Jerry Lewis’ MDA Telethon and the Thalia....
Sinatra and U 2's Bono With Honors For Their 'Duets'
see the classic and vintage television channels for a Sinatra movie called Suddenly, directed by
Lewis Allen, co-starring Sterling Hayden and James Gleason. Made in 1954, Sinatra plays a would-be presidential assassin. After the Kennedy assasination, this movie was unofficially banned from TV for a number of years. People say Sinatra had a hand in keeping the film on a slow track.