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This story and discography are copyright , by Mike Callahan. Have You Ever Been Blue? Ramone and Capitol were worried the record would never be completed. Ramone spoke to Hank Cattaneo, his co-producer, about his concern.
It was suggested that since Cattaneo was Frank's production manager and close friend, that he stay near Frank to assist in the sequence of songs and detail to Frank when the takes were acceptable and a retake was not required.
Cattaneo further suggested to Ramone and Schmitt, that they record with the wireless microphones that Frank was accustomed to using in live performances. Nine songs were recorded in five hours, beginning with " Come Fly with Me ". The various duet partners were invited to participate remotely, their recordings sent to Capitol by way of ISDN digital telephone lines connected by EDnet to the digital recording equipment.
Bono and Aretha Franklin asked that Ramone fly out to appear in person at their local studios to strengthen the connection to Sinatra and the project. It was placed on the Sinatra 80 album and then added to subsequent pressings of Duets as a bonus track addition. Don Rubin was in attendance at the recording session.
Some observers were not satisfied with its recording process. Unless otherwise indicated, Information is based on Liner notes . This was intended to promote both the album Duets as well as its successor, Sinatra's last studio recording, Duets II  . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Frank Sinatra. The Village Voice. New York. Retrieved July 5, Various Artists. Country's Greatest Hits, Vol. Country's Favorite Daughter. Conway Twitty.
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