Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Ol' (Pale) Blue Eyes

Wouldn't it be great to get a technological do-over to fix any problems between a father and son?

No one will ever answer that question better than 63-year-old Frank Sinatra Jr., never yet able to escape his legacy as son of Sr. "The Boy," having nightinggaled his way most recently on "That Face," isn't able to redo his whole life, but he is currently erasing the music from unreleased tapes, writing and recording new orchestrations and touching up anything errant of his father — like he probably wishes he could have done his whole life, for a new CD of his father's music.

** Damned if he takes advantage of dad's legacy and damned if he doesn't and damned if he doesn't live up to it and, damn it, it's impossible to do. **

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