The Lady Is A Tramp

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The Lady Is A Tramp

Postby tonyd » Fri Jul 27, 2012 4:05 pm

Did you know that there are two different versions of "Tramp" from the Nov.26,1956 sessions?
Version 1:
"that's why the lady is a tramp(last word sung long)
Capitol Years 3 CD set
Sinatra 80th All the Best

Version 2:
"that's why the lady is tramp"(last word sung short)
Pal Joey
A Swingin' Affair
Sings The Select Rodgers and Hart

The first parts of the song are the same.There was a intercut on one so it's not an alternate take.
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Re: The Lady Is A Tramp

Postby Ozgun » Tue Sep 04, 2012 2:19 am

I love the part where the adjectives of wind change in every song. I was actually curious in how many different ways Sinatra sang that line, and after one hour of listening, here is my list. Could of course be missing alternatives as not every "The Lady Is A Tramp" song in my computer is under that name, but many are possibly saved as "Track1, Track 12" etc.

She loves the warm in her hair. (78 Royal Festival Hall 2nd Show)
She loves the warm wind in her hair. (75 Frankfurt)
She loves the warm, gentle wind in her hair. (77 Forest Hills)
She loves the warm, sweet wind in her hair. (81 Argentina)
She loves the warm, sweet, lovely wind in her hair. (78 Royal Festival Hall 1st Show)
She loves the warm, sweet wonderful wind in her hair.
She loves the warm, sweet, warm wind in her hair. (93 Hamburg)
She loves the warm, sweet, cooly, super wind in her hair.(77 Caesars)
She loves the warm, free, fresh wind in her hair.
She loves the warm, fine, sweet wind in her hair. (82 Carnegie Hall)

She loves the free in her hair. (61 Sydney)
She loves the free wind in her hair. (74 Caesars)
She loves the free, fine wind in her hair. (62 Paris)
She loves the free, fine, cool wind in her hair. (59 Atlantic City)
She loves the free, fine wonderful life in her hair. (duet with Ella)
She loves the free, fine, lovely wind in her hair. (Duets)
She loves the free, fine, warm wind in her hair. (68 Philedelphia)
She loves the free, fine, wild wind in her hair. (63 Cal Neva)
She loves the free, fine, wild cuckoo wind in her hair. (Italy Ria Studio)
She loves the free, fine, wild, cuckoo, groovy wind in her hair. (74 Sydney) Combo!
She loves the free, fine, wild, cool, cuckoo wind in her hair. (62 NJ) This is what i call a combo!
She loves the free, all that fine, free, fresh wind in her hair. (58 Monaco)
She likes the free, all that free, fresh wind in her hair. (Pal Joey)
She loves the free, warm wind in her hair. (Sinatra and Friends)
She loves the free, warm, fine wind in her hair. (83 Nassau)
She loves the free, fresh wonderful wind in her hair.
She loves the free, fresh wind in her hair. (Sinatra 80th)
She loves the free, cool wind in her hair. (Reprise, The Very Good Years)
She loves the free, cool, fine wind in her hair. (Vegas set CD1)
She likes the free, free, fresh wind in her hair. (Sinatra in Hollywood)

She loves the fine, cool wind in her hair. (Some Japan concert i think)
She loves the fine, warm wind in her hair. (68 Caesars)

She loves the cool, warm wind in her hair. (70 Richmond)
She loves the cool, clean wind in her hair. (69 Caesars)
She loves the cool breeze in her hair. (74 Melbourne)

She loves the clean, fresh wind in her hair. (70 Royal Festival Hall)

I've found 36 versions. As seen, a 5 adjective combo is quite rare. But in 2 versions Sinatra also did not even say "wind" in the line. He says "free" and continues with "in her hair". I wonder if there's any 6 adjective combo.
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Re: The Lady Is A Tramp

Postby tonyd » Mon Sep 10, 2012 2:32 pm

That's a great list.That might be the song he sang most live.I don't know,I'd have to research it.
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