Frank Sinatra did a lot of cool stuff.
Universally accepted as being among the coolest were his collaborations with Antônio Carlos “Tom” Jobim — the Brazilian songwriter, composer, arranger, singer, and pianist/guitarist — the man who put the “Boss” in Bossa Nova, and wrote one of the most celebrated songs of all time, “The Girl From Ipanema.”
The Sinatra–Jobim Sessions is a 1979 double LP of the works recorded by Frank Sinatra and Antônio Carlos Jobim between 1967 and 1969. Originally released only in Brazil, in 2010 it was re-mastered and released under The Frank Sinatra Collection and became available worldwide.
As athletes compete in Brazil for gold medals at the Rio Olympics, there have been numerous concerns over more basic needs, such as drinking water—“Água de Beber”.
Here’s Frank Sinatra with Tom Jobim: