The Revision of Frank Sinatras Luck Be a Lady by Swingsation, BJ Stokes

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BJ Stokes/ Frank Sinatra/ Frank Loesser
USCA International is proudly to release the revision of Frank Sinatras Luck Be A Lady out of the Swingsation Vault

The song Luck Be A Lady indicates how good it feels to be lucky. The song tells a story about how lucky Frank Sinatra night is going because of one special dame. This significant classic was a must for the Swingsation BJ Stoke to a rebirth.

“Luck Be a Lady" is a song written by Frank Loesser and performed by Robert Alda. The song was featured in the musical Guys and Dolls. The song revolves around a gambler (Sky Masterson) hoping that he will win a bet, the outcome of which will decide whether or not he is able to save his relationship with the girl of his dreams.

Marlon Brando sang the song in the 1955 version. Later, it became a signature song for Frank Sinatra, first released on the album Sinatra '65, rereleased on Reprise Musical Repertory Theatre. It was released as a duet with Chrissie Hynde on Duets II (1994). It only right the king of Swing BJ Stokes remake the master piece “Luck Be A Lady" to add another touch of quality to the classic song.

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