Sammy Davis Jr.: Singing at His Best

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Released 2004

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Sammy Davis Jr.: Singing at His Best

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2004
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Sammy Davis Jr.: Singing at His Best pays tribute to the multifaceted Rat Pack legend with original black and white clips from a childhood performance to his better known nightclub years singing his hits "Hey There" and "One for My Baby." Sammy Davis Jr. could sing, dance, act, and comfortably share the nightclub stage with Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin at a time when segregation of entertainment was standard. His trademark self-deprecating humor and polished stage presence helped put white audiences at ease while breaking down barriers. Once called the greatest entertainer in world for his versatility over a 60-year career, this hour-long program focuses on his musical contributions. Classic TV segments highlight his deep and soulful voice giving new life to pop classics like "I've Got You Under My Skin" and "Shall We Dance." For the longtime fan or casual pop culture viewer, this compilation provides a wonderful review of the one and only "Sammy Davis Jr.: Singing at His Best."moreless
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