Download links and information about Watertown by Frank Sinatra. This album was released in 1969 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Rock, Pop genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 33:33 minutes.
|Genre:||Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Rock, Pop|
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|2.||Goodbye (She Quietly Says)||3:06|
|3.||For a While||3:09|
|4.||Michael & Peter||5:10|
|5.||I Would Be In Love (Anyway)||2:32|
|7.||What a Funny Girl (You Used To Be)||3:00|
|8.||What's Now Is Now||4:05|
Watertown is Frank Sinatra's most ambitious concept album, as well as his most difficult record. Not only does it tell a full-fledged story, it is his most explicit attempt at rock-oriented pop. Since the main composer of Watertown is Bob Gaudio, the author of the Four Seasons' hits "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You," "Walk Like a Man," and "Big Girls Don't Cry," that doesn't come as a surprise. With Jake Holmes, Gaudio created a song cycle concerning a middle-aged, small-town man whose wife had left him with the kids. Constructed as a series of brief lyrical snapshots that read like letters or soliloquies, the culminating effect of the songs is an atmosphere of loneliness, but it is a loneliness without much hope or romance — it is the sound of a broken man. Producer Charles Calello arranged musical backdrops that conveyed the despair of the lyrics. Weaving together prominent electric guitars, keyboards, drum kits, and light strings, Calello uses pop/rock instrumentations and production techniques, but that doesn't prevent Sinatra from warming to the material. In fact, he turns in a wonderful performance, drawing out every emotion from the lyrics, giving the album's character depth.