No, not the university or the country...Columbia Records.
Hubby and I managed to get a little "couple" time today and we headed over to CD Warehouse to check out some of their deals. Sitting behind the counter was a gem of a deal - Frank Sinatra's "The Best of the Columbia Years: 1943-1952." Four CD's, a great booklet with fab pictures of Frank, wonderful case holder, and all in pristine condition. Price: $18.99 Hubby bought it for me. :-)
Okay, okay, I admit it. I listen to Frank Sinatra. A lot. I especially love his album "In The Wee Small Hours." I'm not sure which I like better - his early years or later years where he sang songs like "Old Devil Moon," "I've Got You Under My Skin," "My Way," and "Come Fly With Me." There's a definite difference to his voice - the early years it's smoother and cleaner. In the later years, it's got a great raspy sound to it.
I also bought a Mozart CD and the soundtrack to the James Bond movie Goldeneye. Yes, I know. I'm certifiably weird. :-)
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