Frank Senior | Let Me Be Frank

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Let Me Be Frank

by Frank Senior

Debut album from singer extraordinare Frank Senior. Injects soul and new life to the standard repertoire.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. This Can't Be Love
4:19 $0.99
2. You Don't Know Me
5:42 $0.99
3. On The Street Where You Live
5:07 $0.99
4. You're Mine You
4:25 $0.99
5. Autumn Serenade
3:50 $0.99
6. Someone To Tell It To
4:41 $0.99
7. The Best Things In Life Are Free
3:23 $0.99
8. The Very Thought Of You
4:55 $0.99
9. Just You Just Me
3:15 $0.99
10. When You Walked Into The Room
5:09 $0.99
11. Route 66
4:48 $0.99
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Album Notes
Frank Senior blind from birth, is a native New Yorker and was raised in Harlem, where jazz played a major role in his musical career. His style of music is jazz, blues, standards and gospel, ranging from the 1930s to the present. Early on, he was influenced by artists such as Ray Charles, Nat King Cole, and Aretha Franklin.
Prior to Frank’s musical career, he attended the High School of Music and Art, Lavelle School for the Blind and New York University as a voice major. Frank eventually followed the music a bit later in life. He chose to put voice and acting aside to operate a newsstand, marry and raise a family.
In the early 1980’s, after the birth of his daughter, he auditioned and received a small part in the movie “Turk 182.” As Frank said, “After earning this once in a life time opportunity to become a Screen Actors Guild member, I knew that this was the time to take advantage of my status and show my voice now.”
The Universal Jazz Center was the first of many venues throughout New York in which he performed. Frank Senior has also appeared in places such as Village Gate, Bryant Park, the Angry Squire, Sweetwater’s, the Bluenote and numerous others.
He has worked with many of the legends including, Frank Owens, Earl May, Barry Harris, Harold Maybern, Dakota Staton, Abbey Lincoln, Harry Witaker, George Coleman, Harold Ousley and many more.
During 2000 and 2004, his unique phrasing and smooth style of singing enables him to reach people of all ages. As a recipient of one of the most prestigious awards, the National Endowment for the Arts, Frank was able to produce and perform a series of concerts in the New York area and a featured vocalist on the CD “New Standards” produced by Robert Kelley.
Some of the more prominent festivals in which he performs are Montréal Jazz Festival and the Lighthouse Metropolitan Museum of Art. Other performances include jazz concerts in educational settings, session singing and jingles.
Line up:
Frank Senior: vocal
Bob Mover: alto, tenor and soprano saxophone
Richard Clements: piano
Saul Rubin: guitar and keyboards
Eric Lemon: bass
Hassan JJ Shakur: bass on "This Can't Be Love"
Jacob Melchior: drums
Efrat: violin and viola



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Marilee Kenlon

Frank, your typical wonderful job. I could listen to you sing all night! I am so glad that you finally got around to making this CD. Now when is the next one coming out?

Hassan Adeeb

Let Me Be Frank
Greatjob Frankie. WOW. I remember when you started playing the piano and the guitar. You have come a long way man. Keep us informed of you club dates. Your cuz Hassan

Ellen Rubin

frankly speaking
Beautiful romantic mood cd. He's almost as good as in live concert. I definitely plan to share it with friends.

susan harden

Let Me Be Frank
Great cd! Everyone who has heard it loves it. Could listen to it all day.

Dot Yancey

Baby Bro, Congratulations, It sounds so good, smooth, and jazzy. You've always been a winner. Continued sucess. Your cuz Dot


It's a good feeling knowing I, along with many of your friends have the privilege of knowing the performer of this fine collection of songs. You have sung them with lots of feeling, expression and soul, especially the balads in which you sound like you are performing with all you've got, excellent!


It's a good feeling knowing I have the privilage of knowing the performer of this fine collection of songs. You have sung them with lots of feeling, expression and soul especially the balads in which you sound like you are performing with all you've got, excellent!


Smooth, Frank. So smooth. Love it! I'll order a couple or three.
Merle xxx000

Leon Strand

GREAT! Just GREAT! Vocals that are so easy to let you be taken away. Let ALL hear Frank!


You sound great! Worth the wait.
Love, Millie
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