The Frank Sinatra Show (1968)

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Synopsis by Mark Deming

This 1968 television special (whose title proves Frank Sinatra was doing his best to keep up with the times) features Ol' Blue Eyes duetting with Diahann Carroll on several tunes (including "Lonesome Road" and "Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child") and turning the stage over to special guests The 5th Dimension for two numbers (they also team up with Frank for the song "Sweet Blindness"). Mr. Sinatra also sings some of his more interesting material from the period, including "Cycles," "Baubles Bangles and Beads" and "Put Your Dreams Away," with arrangements by longtime collaborator Don Costa.