There are so many words you can use to describe Frank Sinatra: bold, brash, raconteur, singer, actor, dancer, entertainer, gambler, innovator, Oscar winner, Grammy winner, Chairman of the Board. And yet, the most enduring word to describe the Sinatra mystique? The Voice. Just like the title of the book says, the sounds that he made and recorded for posterity on vinyl throughout his career are what keeps him in the forefront of popular culture, even to this day.
The short guy with the scrappy attitude from Hoboken turned into an elegant and sophisticated gent on stage when he was interpreting the works of Cole Porter, George and Ira Gershwin, Jerome Kern, and others. On-scre