Frank Sinatra recording with Quincy Jones the classic album It Might as Well Be Swing in collaboration with Count Basie in Hollywood, CA. Circa June 9-12, 1964. Frank Sinatra Enterprises. It Might as Well Be Swing is a 1964 studio album by Frank Sinatra, accompanied by Count Basie and his orchestra. It was Sinatra's first studio recording arranged by Quincy Jones. This was Sinatra and Basie's second collaboration after 1963's Sinatra-Basie. The album led off with Sinatra’s ‘Fly Me to the Moon (in other words)’ and also featured Sinatra's cover version of Hello Dolly on the album features a new second verse improvised by Sinatra, which pays tribute to Louis Armstrong, who had topped the Billboard Charts with his own version of the song earlier in 1964. It Might as Well Be Swing is a reference to the title of the well known jazz standard It Might as Well be Spring.Embossed with Sinatra signature stamp. Signed certificate of authenticity by a member of the Sinatra family.
Frank Sinatra and Quincy Jones photograph by David Sutton. (c/o Frank Sinatra Enterprises)
Original Photograph Printed Directly from the Original Negative. Hand-Signed/Estate Stamped by the Photographer or Estate. Limited Edition Available in Select Sizes. Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.