Brooklyn

Songfacts®:

  • After moving into a house in Hoboken, New Jersey, London-born singer Gary Go composed this jazzy, string-drenched homage to the borough of Brooklyn, which was completely different from anything else he'd written. He told Q magazine February 2009: "Then I found this plaque. It turned out that I was living in a house where Frank Sinatra had lived in his teens. I was possessed by the spirit of Sinatra."

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