Duets/Duets II-90th Birthday [2 CD]
Duets/Duets II-90th Birthday [2 CD] by myBaby at Your Free Album. MPN: 1714510. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. To mark the 90th birthday of Frank Sinatra Capitol is packaging Duets and Duets II. The Duets albums have already scanned over 4 million and now combined together for the first time with a previously unreleased version of 'My Way', as sung by Willie Nelson and Sinatra. 2005.
Product Description & Reviews
To mark the 90th birthday of Frank Sinatra Capitol is packaging Duets and Duets II. The Duets albums have already scanned over 4 million and now combined together for the first time with a previously unreleased version of 'My Way', as sung by Willie Nelson and Sinatra. 2005.
Features & Highlights
5.75 x 0.75 x 5 inches
4.8 x 0.5 x 5.6 inches
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