In the 1960s Sinatra founded his own record label, Reprise Records, and produced recordings featuring arrangments by Quincy Jones who was one of the most important arrangers of the 1960s onward (Jones went on to arrange for many other popular singers including Michael Jackson). During this period Sinatra collaborated with Count Basie, one of the most important artists of the big band era (check out "Sinatra–Basie: An Historic Musical First", "It Might As Well Be Swing", and "Sinatra at the Sands"). Both "It Might As Well Be Swing" and "Sinatra at the Sands" were arranged by Jones, tying together this big band era influence and the evolving 60s sound. Sinatra also worked with artists like Antonio Carlos Jobim who was a pioneer of the Bossa Nova style that became so popular in the 1960s (check out "Francis Albert Sinatra & Antônio Carlos Jobim").
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