Offered for sale is a copy of Minute Masters, a 1965 U.S. LP that provided edited versions of Sinatra’s hits to radio stations.
This LP was issued only as a promotional item.
About this copy: This copy of Minute Masters is a 1965 U.S. mono LP on the Capitol label.
The cover is VG+ with slight ring wear on the front.
The disc is M- on side one and VG++ on side two, with a light inaudible scratch through the last two tracks. It’s a very clean LP that may be unplayed.
A nice copy of a rare Sinatra promotional item and the only copy we’ve ever seen.
Background: Minute Masters is a rather odd promotional album by Frank Sinatra.
The November, 1965 release, issued to U.S. radio stations, contains edited versions of twenty of his hits. The purpose of these edits was to provide radio stations with short songs that they could use to fill brief programming gaps. Notes on the cover indicate the timings for each song, along with a note indicating whether the tempo is slow, medium, or fast.
- Should I
- In The Wee Small Hours
- I Won’t Dance
- On The Sunny Side Of The Street
- I Couldn’t Sleep A Wink Last Night
- It’s A Blue World
- They Can Take That Away From Me
- Too Marvelous For Words
- Come Fly With Me
- You Make Me Feel So Young
- It’s A Lonesome Old Town
- Get Happy
- Fairy Tales
- Somethings Gotta Give
- Where Do You Go
- High Hopes
- You Do Something To Me
- I Believe
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|Year of Release:||1965|