Sinatra Tribute Band & Max Neissendorfer - A Man And His Music

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Max Neissendorfer (voc) , Barbara Mayr (voc), Sandro Häsler (tp, flh, bandleader), Reto Anneler (as), Rolf Häsler (ts, cl, bcl), Vincent Lachat (tb), Jérôme De Carli (p), Georgios Antoniou (b), Daniel Aebi (dr)
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listening examples:

 

1 CHEEK TO CHEEK
2 GOODY, GOODY
3 BAUBLES, BANGLES & BEADS
4 WITCHCRAFT feat. Barbara Mayr, voc
5 GET ME TO THE CHURCH
6 THEME FROM „NEW YORK, NEW YORK“
7 MY WAY
8 SWAY
9 I’VE GOT A CRUSH ON YOU feat. Barbara Mayr
10 IN THE MOOD
11 THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT
12 I BELIEVE IN YOU
13 ANGEL EYES
14 RING A DING DING
15 MOONLIGHT SERENADE
16 LUCK BE A LADY
17 IF I HAD YOU
18 YOU MAKE ME FEEL SO YOUNG feat. Barbara Mayr

 


 

 

Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, the famous American song-writing duo, considered Frank Sinatra to be the greatest singer of the twentieth century, surpassing even Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson and Bing Crosby. One of the reasons was the sheer length of Sinatra’s career – which spanned six decades, starting in 1939 with his demo recording of “Our Love”. Max Neissendorfer and the Sinatra Tribute Band pay homage to the artist from Hoboken in New Jersey with their fabulous show which captures the enduring appeal of “Ol‘ blue eyes”.

 

Frank, the everlasting sensation…
It all started in the 1940s with Sinatra-mania and screaming teenagers…
There followed the film career and superb records like
“Songs For Swinging Lovers” or “In The Wee Small Hours” in the 1950s
Then came the Rat Pack era and the success of Sinatra’s own Reprise Records label…
The 1960s saw great albums like “September Of My Years”, “Strangers In The Night” and “Softly As I Leave You”…

These were followed by Swing and the Big Band sound, then Latin sound with Antonio Carlos Jobim …
Later came the duets and, in 1981, the much underrated last Reprise album “She Shot Me Down”…
And not to forget Sinatra’s 34 Grammy nominations, of which he won 13, in addition to the three Oscars on his mantelpiece. In other words, and to paraphrase the hit song which was practically tailor-written for him by Paul Anka: “He did it his way”.

So deep in my heart that you’re really a part of it”
Frank Sinatra would be celebrating his 100th birthday on 12 December 2015. The Sinatra Tribute Band has chosen to mark this special anniversary in a particularly stylish and dignified manner. The Sinatra Tribute Band wears the name of the world-famous artist with pride, but this certainly does not mean its performances have a retro style. Band leader Sandro Häsler from Switzerland comments: “Frank would never have wanted his repertoire to be dutifully reproduced in exactly the same manner as he performed. That’s not how he chose to interpret his songs”. This is clearly illustrated by Sinatra’s very varied recordings of “I’ve Got You Under My Skin” or “The Lady Is A Tramp”. SInger Max Neissendorfer adds: “We are transposing Sinatra‘s songs into the here and now – giving them a new lease of life without losing sight of their roots”.