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I was driving home this evening, listening to Sinatra, and 'Luck Be A Lady' came on.

Who is the woman singing with him? I have heard this song hundreds of times, and always loved that woman's voice.

I hunted around, but couldn't find who it is.

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Jr....i grew up having to listen to sinatra...my parents, especially my dad would listen to him all the time...if you dont find out, i'll ask them about it...i also remembering him singing Baby It's Cold Outside with a female vocalist, could be the same one????maybe???? now you got me curious too :P

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i went rooting around for it but couldn't come up with anything either. i guess the best shot would be the inlet card/liner notes of one of his cds...? sorry i couldn't be of more help :puppyeyes:

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as a teen i didnt care for it jr, but now that im older, i appreciate it much more....frankie is cool :shades:

You have your folks to thank for that. Isn't that cool? :)

Man, bluesy, that's a lot of versions. I will have to sift and see if I can find the match.

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I don't recall any duets in the '60s albums unless it's like a female singer sittin' in for a couple of songs at a live Vegas show recording (like rat pack or Basie). I'll sift thru that Sinatra list also.

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could it of been Dinah Shore, Doris Day, someone like that maybe?....I feel like we are back to guessing Old 55's trivia questions....this would be a good one!

jr....got any money?.....you offering a reward? ::

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:neener: :neener: :neener: :neener:

A nooB! I feel so young and fresh and new!! Unencumbered by the weight of my former life. Ahhhhhh!!

:rockon:STAIRWAY!! :rockon:

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:neener: :neener: :neener: :neener:

A nooB! I feel so young and fresh and new!! Unencumbered by the weight of my former life. Ahhhhhh!!

:rockon:STAIRWAY!! :rockon:

no way man! :rockon: FREEBIRD!!!!1 :rockon: Its so much better than Stairway coz its faster!

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Frank Sinatra recorded "Luck be a Lady" with Chrissie Hynde and it was released on his album "Duets II", in 1994.

So that woman you heard is the Pretender´s voice, Jr.

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Just keep in mind that the on the Duets CD's the songs were recorded seperately. Frank was never in the same room or even the same state with his partners on these "duets". Electronic garbage (one man's opinion)...and I happen to be a big fan of Frank's.

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Just keep in mind that the on the Duets CD's the songs were recorded seperately. Frank was never in the same room or even the same state with his partners on these "duets". Electronic garbage (one man's opinion)...and I happen to be a big fan of Frank's.

Yeah I'm aware... the match ups are interesting even if htey didn't record them together. There was talk about doing a Duets 3 a few years ago (post-mortem of course) but it never came to pass.

Does anyone remember the SNL sketch about the Frank Duet recordings... it was an on going one... i remember one with Eddie Murphy as Stevie Wonder and I can't remember who as Frank doing Ebony and Ivory.

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