Here's Sinatra in 1963 performing one of the best songs off of perhaps his best album, In Wee Small Hours.
This is from Judy, Frank & Dean - Once in a Lifetime. It has been de-colorized and de-Judy Garlandized.
What's amazing to me is that it is on live television. And it's not a band comprised simply of drums, guitar(s), bass, maybe keyboards, etc. This involves a full, string orchestra. Frank comes in about a bar too early, and yet the orchestra is able to accommodate this mistake. If not for this error, I might have believed he was simply lip syncing to the album track. It sounds that great! Of course, a lot of the credit should go to Nelson Riddle's beautiful arrangement.
by Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz
Crowding my every dream
There is your face before me
You are my only theme
It doesn't matter where you are
I can see how fair you are
I close my eyes and there you are
If you could share the magic
Yes, if you could see me too
There would be nothing tragic
In all my dreams of you
Would that my love could haunt you so
Knowing I want you so
I can't erase your beautiful face before me