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25 Sep 1957 Hollywood: Capitol Recording Session #E-37 for "Pal Joey" SoundtrackMovie/Film Recording
Conductor: Morris Stoloff
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Chorus [Trudy Stabile, Jo Ann Greer, Barbara Nichols, Dean Myles, Herman Belmonte, Hank Henry, Bobby Sherwood, Eli Kent, Betty Ditti, Betty Allan, Jacqueline Allen, Stewart Bair, Burton Dole, Cleone Duncan, Robert Ebright, John Gustafson, Bex Nelson, Robert Hamlin, Jimmy Joyce, Ray Linn Jr., Gil Mershon, Betty Noyes, Doreen Tryden, Marie Vernon], Mannie Klein (trumpet), Pete Candoli (trumpet), Harry Edison (trumpet), Shirley Goedike (trumpet), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Manny Stevens (trumpet), George Wendt (trumpet), Milt Bernhart (trombone), Ed Kusby (trombone), Randall Miller (trombone), George Smith (trombone), Murray McEachern (trombone), Tommy Pederson (trombone), Marshall Cram (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), James Decker (frenchhorn), Arthur Frantz (frenchhorn), Charles Butler (woodwinds), Henry Evens (woodwinds), Harry Klee (woodwinds), Harry Schuchman (woodwinds), Robert Swanson (woodwinds), Archie Wade Jr. (woodwinds), Julian Brodetsky (violin), Robert Gomberg (violin), Robert Gross (violin), Sascha Jacobson (violin), Lou Kaye (violin), Daniel Karpilowsky (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Marshal Sosson (violin), William Weiss (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Laura Griffing (violin), Elliot Fisher (violin), Harry Blumberg (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Myron Sandler (viola), Abraham Weiss (viola), Dorothy Colton (viola), Sanford Schonback (viola), Milton Thomas (viola), Joseph Saxon (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), David Pratt (violoncello), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Cy Bernard (violoncello), Naoum Benditzky (violoncello), James Arkatov (violoncello), Lauretta McFarland (harp), George Greeley (piano), Bob Van Eps (piano), Bill Miller (piano), Laurindo Almeida (guitar), Bob Bain (guitar), Jack Marshall (guitar), Allan Reuss (guitar), Howard Roberts (guitar), Sam Goldman (string bass), Manny Stein (string bass), Joe Comfort (string bass), Alvin Stoller (drums), Vladimir Drucker (percussion), David Grupp (percussion), Johnny Williams (percussion), Milt Holland (percussion), James Fernandes (percussion), Lugwig Borkowsky (unidentified instrument) ... NOTE: According to Silva's "Put Your Dreams Away" discography: "The recording report does not list instruments. It is possible that the orchestra part has been recorded on another date and also that not all the musicians listed above played on the two titles." See the May 23, 1957 session.

I Didn't Know What Time It Was (2:46)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Note: The "Frank Sinatra In Hollywood" box set book attributes "I Didn't Know What Time It Was" exclusively to the session for May 23, 1957.
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What Do I Care For A Dame (Dream Sequence And Finale) (1:45)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
As part of "Finale: Dream Sequence / What Do I Care For A Dame? / I Could Write A Book (Reprise)."
Frank Sinatra with Chorus.
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