Saturday, 9 October 2021

Think Without Interruption

           While Sinatra is often delighted that he can be in his home completely without people, enabling him to read and think without interruption, there are occasions when he finds himself alone at night, and not by choice. He may have dialled a half-dozen women, and for one reason or another they are all unavailable.

excerpt from
Frank Sinatra Has a Cold
Gay Talese
Esquire Magazine 1966

Lauren Taylor


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