I never really cottoned to Frank Sinatra. I used to think it was the bullyboy persona he seemed to enjoy pushing so much. Reading the NYT review of a new biography this morning, I hit upon a new view--that I came of age during a time when Frank's career was on the skids, when he was reduced to singing "The Woody Woodpecker Song." Sorry that I can't find a YouTube link, but here's an MP3 File. And here is a link of Joe Piscipo as Sinatra.
No, wait a minute, I liked Woody Woodpecker.