1. All Alone
2. The Girl Next Door
3. Are You Lonesome Tonight?
5. What'll I Do?
6. When I Lost You
7. Oh, How I Miss You Tonight
11. The Song Is Ended
For The Record
If you have this album and haven't thought about it for a long time, play it now—it's one of the best.
Dad and I were sitting at the bar one night listening to a 'Sinatra-thon' on the radio. The DJ introduced 'What'll I Do?' He said. 'This is for the dark times . . . the short hours.' My Father listened to himself for a while ('What'll I do with just a photograph to tell my troubles to . . .') and he said, 'That was tough to do. I couldn't do that anymore. It takes great control.'
When you listen to 'When I Lost You,' remember that the day it was recorded, my dad had just been a pallbearer for his friend Ernie Kovacs. January 15, 1962.
From Nancy Sinatra's Book: Frank Sinatra: My Father
|1962||LP||R-1007||All Alone [U.K. alternate cover]||Reprise|
|2011||CD||2728102||All Alone||Universal Music Group|