Frank Sinatra Signed Watertown Album Poster In 1970 Frank Sinatra recorded the most unusual album of his career. A "story album" about a man whose wife leaves him and their two boys to go find a new life for herself in the "big city". Sinatra sings eleven original songs that tell the story in a series of soliloquies by the narrator. The album also included a large poster of Sinatra at the train tracks, in "Watertown". This is the rare insert poster, with an even much more rare personal autograph by Frank Sinatra in his special gold ink. He used his gold ink pen for autographs to very special people. In this case it was to his close friend and contributor, legendary songwriter Sammy Cahn. This comes from the personal collection of Cahn's nephew. As an added bonus, is almost mint condition, a rare sheet music of another song of "male angst", the1955 hit "Learnin' The Blues" song by Sinatra and written by the legendary Dolores "Vicki" Silvers.