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Frank Sinatra: Palladium, London

Philip Norman, Sunday Times, 1974

THE EMERGENCE of Frank Sinatra from retirement has become as regular a ceremony as when Lloyd George or Churchill used to be wheeled out on parade, enfeebled in physique but, for past attainments, still the object of fear and wonder. In recent years Sinatra's taste for regeneration has, if anything, increased.

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