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Frankie Lester

Frankie Lester was best-known because the vocalist in Hal McIntyre’s music group through the mid-’40s He afterwards became the featured vocalist in Pal Morrow’s band through the mid-’50s and made his own recordings during this time period (“Nip Sip,” 1955). Among Lester’s more significant achievements, based on Billy Vera, was that he previously actually learned and applied to record the phrasing that Frank Sinatra would ideal in the middle-’50s at Capitol, many years ahead of Sinatra’s putting some of that function down on record.

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