Francis Albert Sinatra Does His Thing
|Francis Albert Sinatra Does His Thing|
|Directed by||Clark Jones|
The 5th Dimension
|Country of origin||United States|
|Location(s)||Color City, Burbank, California|
|Running time||51 minutes|
|Picture format||NTSC color|
|Original release||9.00pm, November 25, 1968|
|Preceded by||A Man and His Music + Ella + Jobim (November 13, 1967)|
Sinatra (November 5, 1969)
Francis Albert Sinatra Does His Thing was a television special starring Frank Sinatra, Diahann Carroll and The 5th Dimension recorded in November 1968 and broadcast on NBC. The title references Sinatra's attempts at engaging with the youth culture of the late 1960s. Don Costa was the bandleader. This special was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Comedy, Variety or Musical Special.
Sinatra made the cover of TV Guide who featured this special in their Nov. '68 edition
- "Hello, Young Lovers"
- "Baubles, Bangles and Beads"
- "Music That Makes Me Dance" - Diahann Carroll
- "Where Am I Going" - Diahann Carroll
- Medley with Diahann Carroll: "Diane"/"Deep River" (Instrumental)/"Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child"/"The Lonesome Road"/"Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen"/"Amen"
- Medley: "Glad to Be Unhappy"/"Here's That Rainy Day"/"It Never Entered My Mind"/"Gone with the Wind"
- "Its a Great Life" - The 5th Dimension
- "Stoned Soul Picnic" - The 5th Dimension
- "Sweet Blindness" - with The 5th Dimension
- "Nice 'n' Easy"
- "(How Little It Matters) How Little We Know"
- "Lost In the Stars"
- "Angel Eyes"
- "Put Your Dreams Away"
All songs performed by Frank Sinatra unless otherwise noted.