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19 Dec 1960 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Johnny Mandel
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Conrad Gozzo (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), Ray Triscari (trumpet), John Anderson (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Stu Williamson (trombone), Frank Rosolino (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Joe Maini (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Buddy Collette (saxophone/woodwinds), Plas Johnson (saxophone/woodwinds), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Erno Neufeld (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Elliot Fisher (violin), Amerigo Marino (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Herman Clebanoff (violin), Ben Gill (violin), Alex Nieman (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Joe Comfort (string bass), Joe Mondragon (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Larry Bunker (percussion), Emil Richards (percussion)

100-12
RingADing Ding (2:42)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Johnny Mandel
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Ring-A-Ding Ding! - 33-12" Album

100-12
RingADing Ding (1:08 spoken/edit)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Johnny Mandel
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

101-2
Let's Fall In Love (2:09)  -  Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler
Arrangement: Johnny Mandel
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Ring-A-Ding Ding! - 33-12" Album

102-6
In The Still Of The Night (3:23)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Johnny Mandel
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Ring-A-Ding Ding! - 33-12" Album

102-6
In The Still Of The Night (0:15 excerpt)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Johnny Mandel
Selected Releases

103-3
A Foggy Day (2:15)  -  George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
Arrangement: Johnny Mandel
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Ring-A-Ding Ding! - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

20 Dec 1960 HollywoodReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Johnny Mandel
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Conrad Gozzo (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), Ray Triscari (trumpet), John Anderson (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Stu Williamson (trombone), Frank Rosolino (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Joe Maini (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Buddy Collette (saxophone/woodwinds), Plas Johnson (saxophone/woodwinds), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Erno Neufeld (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Elliot Fisher (violin), Amerigo Marino (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Herman Clebanoff (violin), Ben Gill (violin), Alex Nieman (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Joe Comfort (string bass), Joe Mondragon (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Larry Bunker (percussion), Emil Richards (percussion)

104-8
Let's Face The Music And Dance (2:56)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Johnny Mandel
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Ring-A-Ding Ding! - 33-12" Album

105-5
You'd Be So Easy To Love (2:22)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Johnny Mandel
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Ring-A-Ding Ding! - 33-12" Album

106-2
A Fine Romance (2:08)  -  Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern
Arrangement: Johnny Mandel
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Ring-A-Ding Ding! - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

107-10
The Coffee Song (2:48)  -  Bob Hilliard, Dick Miles
Arrangement: Johnny Mandel
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Ring-A-Ding Ding! - 33-12" Album

108-5
Be Careful, It's My Heart (2:01)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Skip Martin
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Ring-A-Ding Ding! - 33-12" Album

109
Have You Met Miss Jones? (10:18 session chatter)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Johnny Mandel
Selected Releases

21 Dec 1960 HollywoodReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Johnny Mandel
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Conrad Gozzo (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), Ray Triscari (trumpet), John Anderson (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Stu Williamson (trombone), Frank Rosolino (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Joe Maini (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Buddy Collette (saxophone/woodwinds), Plas Johnson (saxophone/woodwinds), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Erno Neufeld (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Elliot Fisher (violin), Amerigo Marino (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Herman Clebanoff (violin), Ben Gill (violin), Alex Nieman (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Joe Comfort (string bass), Joe Mondragon (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Larry Bunker (percussion), Emil Richards (percussion)

110-5
I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm (2:50)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Dick Reynolds
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Ring-A-Ding Ding! - 33-12" Album

111-1
Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart (2:46)  -  James F. Hanley
Arrangement: Johnny Mandel
Selected Releases

111-4
Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart (3:00 alt/chatter)  -  James F. Hanley
Arrangement: Johnny Mandel
Mono alternate take.
Selected Releases

112-9
You And The Night And The Music (2:34)  -  Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz
Arrangement: Johnny Mandel
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Ring-A-Ding Ding! - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album

113-3
When I Take My Sugar To Tea (2:03)  -  Pierre Norman Connor, Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal
Arrangement: Johnny Mandel
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Ring-A-Ding Ding! - 33-12" Album

01 May 1961 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Conrad Gozzo (trumpet), Al Porcino (trumpet), Pete Candoli (trumpet), Mickey Mangano (trumpet), Dick Noel (trombone), Bob Pring (trombone), Dick Nash (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), Ted Nash (saxophone/woodwinds), Abe Most (saxophone/woodwinds), Jules Jacob (saxophone/woodwinds), Plas Johnson (saxophone/woodwinds), Joe Koch (saxophone/woodwinds), Herman Clebanoff (violin), Lou Klass (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Arnold Sukonick (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Elliot Fisher (violin), Paul Robyn (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Joe Comfort (string bass), John Markham (drums)

233-9+5
I'll Be Seeing You (2:48 intercut)  -  Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 I'll Be Seeing You - 45-7" Single

233-9+5
I'll Be Seeing You (3:05 spoken/intercut)  -  Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

233-9+5
I'll Be Seeing You (excerpt)  -  Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases

234
I'm Getting Sentimental Over You (3:40)  -  George Bassman, Ned Washington
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album
2002 Greatest Love Songs - Cassette Album

234
I'm Getting Sentimental Over You (0:48 reprise)  -  George Bassman, Ned Washington
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases

235-3+2
Imagination (3:03 intercut)  -  Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 It's Always You - 45-7" Single
1973 Frank [UK] - 33-12" Album

236
Take Me (2:10)  -  Rube Bloom, Mack David
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Take Me - 45-7" Single

236-5+2
Take Me (2:17 intercut)  -  Rube Bloom, Mack David
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
1973 Frank [UK] - 33-12" Album

02 May 1961 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Conrad Gozzo (trumpet), Al Porcino (trumpet), Conte Candoli (trumpet), Jimmy Zito (trumpet), Dick Noel (trombone), Bob Pring (trombone), Tommy Pederson (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), James Decker (frenchhorn), Ted Nash (saxophone/woodwinds), Abe Most (saxophone/woodwinds), Jules Jacob (saxophone/woodwinds), Plas Johnson (saxophone/woodwinds), Joe Koch (saxophone/woodwinds), Herman Clebanoff (violin), Lou Klass (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Arnold Sukonick (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Marvin Limonick (violin), Paul Robyn (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Joe Comfort (string bass), John Markham (drums)

237-14
Without A Song (3:37)  -  Edward Eliscu, Billy Rose, Vincent Youmans
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Without A Song - 45-7" Single
Key Release 1965 My Kind Of Broadway - 33-12" Album

238-4
Polka Dots And Moonbeams (3:41)  -  Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases

238-4
Polka Dots And Moonbeams (4:47 spoken intro)  -  Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

239-5
Daybreak (2:40)  -  Harold Adamson, Ferde Grofé
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Take Me - 45-7" Single

03 May 1961 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Sy Oliver (vocalist), Al Porcino (trumpet), Conte Candoli (trumpet), Jimmy Zito (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), Dick Noel (trombone), Bob Pring (trombone), Milt Bernhart (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), George Price (frenchhorn), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/woodwinds), Abe Most (saxophone/woodwinds), Jules Jacob (saxophone/woodwinds), Plas Johnson (saxophone/woodwinds), Bill Usselton (saxophone/woodwinds), Joe Koch (saxophone/woodwinds), Herman Clebanoff (violin), Lou Klass (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Arnold Sukonick (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Marvin Limonick (violin), Paul Robyn (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Joe Comfort (string bass), John Markham (drums)

240-3
The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else) (2:46)  -  Isham Jones, Gus Kahn
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with Sy Oliver.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 I'll Be Seeing You - 45-7" Single
1965 The Summit [UK] - 33-12" Album
1973 Frank [UK] - 33-12" Album

240-3
The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else) (3:02 spoken intro)  -  Isham Jones, Gus Kahn
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with Sy Oliver.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

241-16
There Are Such Things (3:12)  -  Stanley Adams, Abel Baer, George Meyer
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases

241-16
There Are Such Things (2:57 spoken/edit)  -  Stanley Adams, Abel Baer, George Meyer
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

242-7
It's Always You (2:47)  -  Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 It's Always You - 45-7" Single
1973 Frank [UK] - 33-12" Album

243-4
It Started All Over Again (2:30)  -  Bill Carey, Carl Fischer
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Without A Song - 45-7" Single
1973 Frank [UK] - 33-12" Album

244-3+6
East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon) (3:21 intercut)  -  Brooks Bowman
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album
1973 Frank [UK] - 33-12" Album

18 May 1961 HollywoodReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Billy May
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Conrad Gozzo (trumpet), Mickey Mangano (trumpet), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Frank Beach (trumpet), Tommy Pederson (trombone), Joe Howard (trombone), Milt Bernhart (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Phil Stephens (tuba), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Ted Nash (saxophone/woodwinds), Jules Jacob (saxophone/woodwinds), Justin Gordon (saxophone/woodwinds), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Joe Comfort (string bass), John Markham (drums), Emil Richards (percussion)

279-2
The Curse Of An Aching Heart (2:05)  -  Henry Fink, Al Piantadosi
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Granada - 45-7" Single

280-6
Love Walked In (2:19)  -  George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases

281-2
Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone (2:56)  -  Sidney Clare, Sam Stept
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases

282-7
Have You Met Miss Jones? (2:32)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 My Kind Of Broadway - 33-12" Album

282-7
Have You Met Miss Jones? (0:10 excerpt)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases

19 May 1961 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Billy May
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Conrad Gozzo (trumpet), Mickey Mangano (trumpet), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Jimmy Zito (trumpet), Tommy Pederson (trombone), Joe Howard (trombone), Ed Kusby (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), Phil Stephens (tuba), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Jules Jacob (saxophone/woodwinds), Justin Gordon (saxophone/woodwinds), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Verlye Mills (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Joe Comfort (string bass), John Markham (drums), Emil Richards (percussion)

283-6
Don't Be That Way (2:41)  -  Benny Goodman, Mitchell Parish, Edgar Sampson
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases

284-7
I Never Knew (2:14)  -  Ted Fiorito, Gus Kahn
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases
1962 Twist [FR] - 45-7" EP

285-7
Falling In Love With Love (1:50)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases

286-4
It's A Wonderful World (2:10)  -  Harold Adamson, Jan Savitt, Johnny Watson
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases

23 May 1961 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Billy May
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Conrad Gozzo (trumpet), Mickey Mangano (trumpet), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Frank Beach (trumpet), Tommy Pederson (trombone), Joe Howard (trombone), Ed Kusby (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), Phil Stephens (tuba), Ted Nash (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Gene Cipriano (saxophone/woodwinds), Buddy Collette (saxophone/woodwinds), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Victor Arno (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Herman Clebanoff (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Lou Klass (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Marvin Limonick (violin), Arnold Sukonock (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), Israel Baker (violin), pAul Robyn (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Ossip Giskin (violoncello), Margaret Aue (violoncello), Verlye Mills (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Joe Comfort (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Emil Richards (percussion), Larry Bunker (percussion)

287-8
Don't Cry, Joe (3:06)  -  Joe Marsala
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases

288-4
You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You (4:10)  -  James Cavanaugh, Russ Morgan, Larry Stock
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases

288-4
You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You (2:57 edit)  -  James Cavanaugh, Russ Morgan, Larry Stock
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases

289-4
Moonlight On The Ganges (3:18)  -  Sherman Myers, Chester Wallace
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases

290-2
Granada (3:38)  -  Dorothy Dodd (Eng. w.), Agustín Lara (Sp. w. and music)
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases

290-2+ic
Granada (2:51 edit/intercut)  -  Dorothy Dodd (Eng. w.), Agustín Lara (Sp. w. and music)
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases
Key Release 1961 Granada - 45-7" Single
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album

290-2+ic
Granada (3:38 intercut)  -  Dorothy Dodd (Eng. w.), Agustín Lara (Sp. w. and music)
Arrangement: Billy May
Unedited stereo master, with intercut.
Selected Releases

20 Nov 1961 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Dick Nash (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Frank Rosolino (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), James Decker (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), William Hinshaw (frenchhorn), Ted Nash (flute), Harry Klee (flute), Willie Schwartz (flute), Russell Cheever (clarinet), Justin Gordon (clarinet), Lloyd Hildebrand (bassoon), William Kosiniski (oboe), Bill Usselton (bass clarinet), Erno Neufeld (violin), Felix Slatkin (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Herman Clebanoff (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Amerigo Marino (violin), Paul Shure (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Daniel Karpilowsky (violin), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Virginia Majewski (viola), Robert Ostrowsky (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Eddie Gilbert (string bass), Ralph Peña (string bass), John Markham (drums), Emil Richards (percussion/tympani)

591-10
As You Desire Me (2:50)  -  Allie Wrubel
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

592-2
Star Dust [aka "Stardust"] (2:46)  -  Hoagy Carmichael, Mitchell Parish
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1962 Stardust - 45-7" Single
Key Release 1962 Sinatra & Strings - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

593-7
Yesterdays (3:43)  -  Otto Harbach, Jerome Kern
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1962 Sinatra & Strings - 33-12" Album
Key Release 1965 My Kind Of Broadway - 33-12" Album
1973 Frank [UK] - 33-12" Album

594
I Hadn't Anyone Till You (3:42)  -  Ray Noble
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1962 Sinatra & Strings - 33-12" Album
1973 Frank [UK] - 33-12" Album

21 Nov 1961 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Dick Nash (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Frank Rosolino (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), John Cave (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), William Hinshaw (frenchhorn), Sinclair Lott (frenchhorn), Arthur Gleghorn (flute), Ethmer Roten (flute), Jules Kinsler (flute), Mahlon Clark (clarinet), Arthur Smith (clarinet), Lloyd Hildebrand (bassoon), Jules Jacob (oboe), Bill Usselton (bass clarinet), Erno Neufeld (violin), Felix Slatkin (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Herman Clebanoff (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Amerigo Marino (violin), Paul Shure (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Daniel Karpilowsky (violin), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Virginia Majewski (viola), Robert Ostrowsky (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Eddie Gilbert (string bass), Ralph Peña (string bass), John Markham (drums), Emil Richards (percussion)

595-3
It Might As Well Be Spring (3:14)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1962 Sinatra & Strings - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

596-5
Prisoner Of Love (3:49)  -  Russ Columbo, Clarence Gaskill, Leo Robin
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1962 Sinatra & Strings - 33-12" Album
1973 Frank [UK] - 33-12" Album

597-9
That's All (3:20)  -  Alan Brandt, Bob Haymes
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1962 Sinatra & Strings - 33-12" Album
1973 Frank [UK] - 33-12" Album

597-9
That's All (Part 1) (8-track edit)  -  Alan Brandt, Bob Haymes
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

597-9
That's All (Conclusion) (8-track edit)  -  Alan Brandt, Bob Haymes
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

598-7
Don't Take Your Love From Me (4:02)  -  Henry Nemo
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

599-2
Misty (2:40)  -  Johnny Burke, Erroll Garner
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1962 Sinatra & Strings - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

22 Nov 1961 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vocal Group, Conrad Gozzo (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), Al Porcino (trumpet), Robert Bryant (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Frank Rosolino (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), James Decker (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), John Cave (frenchhorn), Bud Shank (saxophone/flute), Abe Most (saxophone/flute), Justin Gordon (saxophone/flute), Russell Cheever (saxophone/clarinet), Arthur Smith (saxophone/clarinet), Jack Marsh (saxophone/bassoon), Jules Jacob (oboe), Bill Usselton (bass clarinet), Erno Neufeld (violin), Felix Slatkin (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Herman Clebanoff (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Amerigo Marino (violin), Paul Shure (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Ben Gill (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Daniel Karpilowsky (violin), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Virginia Majewski (viola), Robert Ostrowsky (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Eddie Gilbert (string bass), Ralph Peña (string bass), John Markham (drums), Emil Richards (percussion/tympani)

600-3
Come Rain Or Come Shine (4:04)  -  Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1962 Stardust - 45-7" Single
Key Release 1962 Sinatra & Strings - 33-12" Album

600-3
Come Rain Or Come Shine (Part 1) (8-track edit)  -  Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

600-3
Come Rain Or Come Shine (Conclusion) (8-track edit)  -  Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

600-3
Come Rain Or Come Shine (excerpt)  -  Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

601-18
Night And Day (3:06)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1962 Sinatra & Strings - 33-12" Album
1967 Golden Disk [JP] - 33-12" Album
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album

601-18
Night And Day (4:26 spoken intro)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

602-2
All Or Nothing At All (3:42)  -  Arthur Altman, Jack Lawrence
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1962 Sinatra & Strings - 33-12" Album

602-2
All Or Nothing At All (4:24 spoken intro)  -  Arthur Altman, Jack Lawrence
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

634-2
Pocketful Of Miracles (2:38 mono/alt.)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra with vocal group.
Last line: "My favorite miracle of all is you LOVE me."
Selected Releases

634-3
Pocketful Of Miracles (2:38 stereo take)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra with vocal group.
Last line: "My favorite miracle of all is you AND me."
Selected Releases
1962 Tina [FR] - 45-7" EP

635
Name It And It's Yours (3:12)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1962 Tina [FR] - 45-7" EP

15 Jan 1962 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Gordon Jenkins
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Norma Zimmer (vocalist), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), John Cave (frenchhorn), Bert Gassman (clarinet), Wayne Songer (clarinet), Sheridon Stokes (clarinet), Lloyd Hildebrand (bass clarinet), Harry Klee (flute/clarinet), Erno Neufeld (violin), Dan Lube (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Joseph Quadri (violin), Joseph Livoti (violin), Felix Slatkin (violin), Victor Arno (violin), David Frisina (violin), Amerigo Marino (violin), Walter Edelstein (violin), Nicholas Pisani (violin), Louis Kievman (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Ray Menhennick (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Kathryn Thompson Vail (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Hendrickson (guitar), Jack Ryan (string bass), Nick Fatool (drums)

740-9
The Song Is Ended (3:24)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Frank Sinatra with Norma Zimmer.
Selected Releases

741-1
All Alone (2:42)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

742-9
Charmaine (3:16)  -  Lew Pollack, Erno Rapee
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album

743-11
When I Lost You (3:42)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

16 Jan 1962 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Gordon Jenkins
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), John Cave (frenchhorn), Bert Gassman (woodwinds), Wayne Songer (woodwinds), Sheridon Stokes (woodwinds), Lloyd Hildebrand (bass clarinet), Harry Klee (flute/clarinet), Erno Neufeld (violin), Dan Lube (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Joseph Quadri (violin), Joseph Livoti (violin), Felix Slatkin (violin), Victor Arno (violin), David Frisina (violin), Amerigo Marino (violin), Walter Edelstein (violin), Samuel Cytron [Levine] (violin), Louis Kievman (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Ray Menhennick (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Kathryn Thompson Vail (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Hendrickson (guitar), Jack Ryan (string bass), Nick Fatool (drums/chimes)

744-3
Remember (3:23)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

745-6
Together (3:21)  -  Lew Brown, B.G. DeSylva, Ray Henderson
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

746-5
The Girl Next Door (3:18)  -  Ralph Blane, Hugh Martin
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

747-2
Indiscreet (3:52)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

747-2
Indiscreet (2:32 edit)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases
Key Release 1962 The Look Of Love - 45-7" Single

17 Jan 1962 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Gordon Jenkins
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), John Cave (frenchhorn), Norman Benno (woodwinds), Wayne Songer (woodwinds), Sheridon Stokes (woodwinds), Lloyd Hildebrand (bass clarinet), Harry Klee (flute/clarinet), Erno Neufeld (violin), Dan Lube (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Joseph Quadri (violin), Joseph Livoti (violin), Felix Slatkin (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Samuel Cytron [Levine] (violin), Amerigo Marino (violin), Walter Edelstein (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Louis Kievman (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Ray Menhennick (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Kathryn Thompson Vail (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Hendrickson (guitar), Jack Ryan (string bass), Nick Fatool (drums)

748-6
What'll I Do? (3:14)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

749-3
Oh, How I Miss You Tonight (3:21)  -  Joe Burke, Benny Davis, Mark Fisher
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

750-2
Are You Lonesome Tonight? (3:27)  -  Lou Handman, Roy Turk
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

751-1
Come Waltz With Me (2:52)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

10 Apr 1962 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Neal Hefti
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Al Porcino (trumpet), Pete Candoli (trumpet), Conte Candoli (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), Gerald Wilson (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Frank Rosolino (trombone), Lew McCreary (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Joe Maini (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Ben Webster (saxophone/woodwinds), Plas Johnson (saxophone/woodwinds), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Al McKibbon (string bass), Earl Palmer (drums)

1007-4
I'm Beginning To See The Light (2:36)  -  Duke Ellington, Don George, Johnny Hodges, Harry James
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Selected Releases

1008-5
I Get A Kick Out Of You (3:15)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Selected Releases
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

1008-5
I Get A Kick Out Of You (excerpt)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Selected Releases

1009-4
Ain't She Sweet (2:05)  -  Milton Ager, Jack Yellen
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Selected Releases

1010-6+7
I Love You (2:17 intercut)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Selected Releases

1011-6
They Can't Take That Away From Me (2:40)  -  George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 My Kind Of Broadway - 33-12" Album

1012-6
Love Is Just Around The Corner (2:26)  -  Lewis E. Gensler, Leo Robin
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Selected Releases
Key Release 1962 Goody Goody - 45-7" Single

11 Apr 1962 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Neal Hefti
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Al Porcino (trumpet), Pete Candoli (trumpet), Conte Candoli (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), Gerald Wilson (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Frank Rosolino (trombone), Lew McCreary (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Joe Maini (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Ben Webster (saxophone/woodwinds), Plas Johnson (saxophone/woodwinds), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Al McKibbon (string bass), Earl Palmer (drums)

1013-5
At Long Last Love (2:13)  -  Robert Katscher, Cole Porter
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Selected Releases
Movie Soundtracks

1014-7
Serenade In Blue (2:58)  -  Mack Gordon, Harry Warren
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Selected Releases

1015-2
Goody Goody (1:45)  -  Matty Malneck, Johnny Mercer
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Selected Releases
Key Release 1962 Goody Goody - 45-7" Single
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

1016-2
Don'cha Go 'Way Mad (3:11)  -  Illinois Jacquet, James Mundy, Al Stillman
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Selected Releases

1017-5
Tangerine (2:00)  -  Johnny Mercer, Victor Schertzinger
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Selected Releases

1018-7
Pick Yourself Up (2:30)  -  Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Selected Releases

12 Jun 1962 London, England: C.T.S. StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Robert Farnon
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Stan Roderick (trumpet), Stan Reynolds (trumpet), Basil Jones (trumpet), Derrick Abbott (trumpet), Harry Roche (trombone), Don Lusher (trombone), Wally Smith (trombone), Ray Premru (trombone), Harry Mier (oboe/englishhorn), Geoffrey Gilbert (flute/piccolo), Norman Knight (flute/piccolo), Robert Burns (alto saxophone/clarinet), Douglas Robinson (alto saxophone/clarinet), Keith Bird (tenor saxophone/bass clarinet), Frank Reedy (tenor saxophone/contraclarinet), Ronnie Ross (baritone saxophone/clarinet), Alec Firman (violin), Sid Sax (violin), William Miller (violin), Paul Scherman (violin), Leonard Dight (violin), John Sharp (violin), Joseph Hitchener (violin), George French (violin), W. Farron (violin), Eric Eaden (violin), William Monro (violin), John Meek (viola), Keith Cummings (viola), Steven Shingles (viola), Morris Gilbert (viola), Francisco Gabarro (violoncello), Henry Elman (violoncello), Renata Stein (harp), John Marson (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Gordon Franks (piano/celeste), Dave Goldberg (guitar), Lenny Bush (string bass), Bobby Midgeley (percussion)

1023-12
If I Had You (4:04)  -  Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Ted Shapiro
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album

1023-12
If I Had You (4:04 intercut)  -  Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Ted Shapiro
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases

1023-12
If I Had You (Part 1) (8-track edit)  -  Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Ted Shapiro
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases

1023-12
If I Had You (Conclusion) (8-track edit)  -  Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Ted Shapiro
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases

1024-1/2/3/4/5+ic
The Very Thought Of You (13:47 session chatter)  -  Ray Noble
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album

1024-5
The Very Thought Of You (3:30 intercut)  -  Ray Noble
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases

1024-5
The Very Thought Of You (3:30)  -  Ray Noble
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album

1025-2
I'll Follow My Secret Heart (3:15)  -  Noel Coward
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album

1025-2
I'll Follow My Secret Heart (pt. 1) (8-track edit)  -  Noel Coward
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 1976 Frank Sinatra In London [IT] - 8-Track Cart Album

1025-2
I'll Follow My Secret Heart (pt. 2) (8-track edit)  -  Noel Coward
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 1976 Frank Sinatra In London [IT] - 8-Track Cart Album

1025-2
I'll Follow My Secret Heart (0:30 excerpt)  -  Noel Coward
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases

1026-1/2
A Garden In The Rain (3:54 session chatter)  -  James Dyrenforth, Carroll Gibbons
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album

1026-3
A Garden In The Rain (3:21)  -  James Dyrenforth, Carroll Gibbons
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album

13 Jun 1962 London, England: C.T.S. StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Robert Farnon
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Harry Roche (trombone), Don Lusher (trombone), Wally Smith (trombone), Ray Premru (trombone), Harry Mier (oboe/englishhorn), Geoffrey Gilbert (flute/piccolo), Norman Knight (flute/piccolo), Robert Burns (alto saxophone/clarinet), Douglas Robinson (alto saxophone/clarinet), Keith Bird (tenor saxophone/bass clarinet), Frank Reedy (tenor saxophone/contraclarinet), Ronnie Ross (baritone saxophone/clarinet), Alec Firman (violin), Sid Sax (violin), William Miller (violin), Paul Scherman (violin), Leonard Dight (violin), John Sharp (violin), Joseph Hitchener (violin), George French (violin), W. Farron (violin), Eric Eaden (violin), William Monro (violin), John Meek (viola), Keith Cummings (viola), Steven Shingles (viola), Morris Gilbert (viola), Francisco Gabarro (violoncello), Henry Elman (violoncello), Renata Stein (harp), John Marson (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Gordon Franks (piano/celeste), Dave Goldberg (guitar), Lenny Bush (string bass), Bobby Midgeley (percussion)

1027-1/2/3/4/5/6+ic
London By Night (17:21 session chatter)  -  Carroll Coates
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album

1027-6
London By Night (3:18 alternate)  -  Carroll Coates
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases

1027-6+2
London By Night (3:16 intercut)  -  Carroll Coates
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album

1027-6+2
London By Night (Part 1/pt. 1) (8-track edit)  -  Carroll Coates
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 1976 Frank Sinatra In London [IT] - 8-Track Cart Album

1027-6+2
London By Night (Conclusion/pt. 2) (8-track edit)  -  Carroll Coates
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 1976 Frank Sinatra In London [IT] - 8-Track Cart Album

1028-1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8
The Gypsy (12:45 session chatter)  -  Billy Reid
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album

1028-8
The Gypsy (3:18)  -  Billy Reid
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album

1029-1
Roses Of Picardy (3:45 session chatter)  -  Frederick E. Weatherly, Haydn Wood
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases

1029-6
Roses Of Picardy (2:57)  -  Frederick E. Weatherly, Haydn Wood
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album

1030-1/2/3+ic
A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square (8:42 session chatter)  -  Eric Maschwitz, Manning Sherwin
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album

1030-3
A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square (3:50)  -  Eric Maschwitz, Manning Sherwin
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album

14 Jun 1962 London, England: C.T.S. StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Robert Farnon
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Harry Roche (trombone), Don Lusher (trombone), Wally Smith (trombone), Ray Premru (trombone), Harry Mier (oboe/englishhorn), Geoffrey Gilbert (flute/piccolo), Norman Knight (flute/piccolo), Robert Burns (alto saxophone/clarinet), Douglas Robinson (alto saxophone/clarinet), Keith Bird (tenor saxophone/bass clarinet), Frank Reedy (tenor saxophone/contraclarinet), Ronnie Ross (baritone saxophone/clarinet), Alec Firman (violin), Sid Sax (violin), William Miller (violin), Paul Scherman (violin), Leonard Dight (violin), John Sharp (violin), Joseph Hitchener (violin), George French (violin), W. Farron (violin), Eric Eaden (violin), William Monro (violin), John Meek (viola), Keith Cummings (viola), Steven Shingles (viola), Morris Gilbert (viola), Francisco Gabarro (violoncello), Henry Elman (violoncello), Renata Stein (harp), John Marson (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Gordon Franks (piano/celeste), Dave Goldberg (guitar), Lenny Bush (string bass), Bobby Midgeley (percussion)

1031-1/2/3/4/5/6
We'll Meet Again (7:24 session chatter)  -  Hugh Charles, Albert R. Parker
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album

1031-8
We'll Meet Again (3:40)  -  Hugh Charles, Albert R. Parker
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album

1032-3
Now Is The Hour (2:45)  -  Maewa Kaihan, Clement Scott, Dorothy Stewart
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album
1967 Golden Disk [JP] - 33-12" Album

1033-4
We'll Gather Lilacs In The Spring (3:10)  -  Ivor Novello
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases
Key Release 2014 Sinatra: London - CD/DVD Album

1033-4
We'll Gather Lilacs In The Spring (0:20 excerpt)  -  Ivor Novello
Arrangement: Robert Farnon
Selected Releases

27 Aug 1962 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Neal Hefti
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Conrad Gozzo (trumpet), Al Porcino (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), Stu Williamson (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Harry Betts (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), Arthur Maebe (frenchhorn), Sinclair Lott (frenchhorn), Plas Johnson (saxophone/flute), Ronny Lang (saxophone/flute), Herman Gunkler (saxophone/flute), Joe Koch (saxophone/bass clarinet), Jules Jacob (saxophone/clarinet/bass clarinet), Erno Neufeld (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Amerigo Marino (violin), Ben Gill (violin), Carl LaMagna (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), Lou Klass (violin), Allan Harshman (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Joseph DiTullio (violoncello), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Verlye Mills (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Ralph Peña (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums/chimes), Frank Flynn (tympani/bells)

1426
The Look Of Love (2:42)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1962 The Look Of Love - 45-7" Single

1427
I Left My Heart In San Francisco (2:53)  -  George Cory, Douglass Cross
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1967 Golden Disk [JP] - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album

1428
I'll Be Seeing You (2:20 edit)  -  Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
On this date, the May 1, 1961 recording of "I'll Be Seeing" was apparently edited for single (45-rpm) release and assigned a new master number. However, Reprise R-20,023-A had been issued in 1961 with master number "233."

02 Oct 1962 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Neal Hefti
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Al Porcino (trumpet), Thad Jones (trumpet), Fip Ricard (trumpet), Sonny Cohn (trumpet), Al Aarons (trumpet), Henry Coker (trombone), Rufus Wagner (trombone), Benny Powell (trombone), Marshall Royal (alto saxophone), Frank Wess (alto saxophone/flute), Frank Foster (tenor saxophone), Eric Dixon (tenor saxophone/flute), Charles Fowlkes (baritone saxophone), Count Basie (piano), Bill Miller (piano), Freddie Green (guitar), Buddy Catlett (string bass), Sonny Payne (drums)

1492-3
Nice Work If You Can Get It (2:34)  -  George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 My Kind Of Broadway - 33-12" Album

1493-9
Please Be Kind (2:40)  -  Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

1494-4
I Won't Dance (4:07)  -  Dorothy Fields, Oscar Hammerstein II, Otto Harbach, Jerome Kern, Jimmy McHugh
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
1982 The Voice [IT] - 33-12" Album

1495-4
Learnin' The Blues (4:22)  -  Dolores Vicki Silvers
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album

1495-4
Learnin' The Blues (2:26 edit)  -  Dolores Vicki Silvers
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

03 Oct 1962 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Neal Hefti
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Al Porcino (trumpet), Thad Jones (trumpet), Fip Ricard (trumpet), Sonny Cohn (trumpet), Al Aarons (trumpet), Henry Coker (trombone), Rufus Wagner (trombone), Benny Powell (trombone), Marshall Royal (alto saxophone), Frank Wess (alto saxophone/flute), Frank Foster (tenor saxophone), Eric Dixon (tenor saxophone/flute), Charles Fowlkes (baritone saxophone/flute), Count Basie (piano), Bill Miller (piano), Freddie Green (guitar), Buddy Catlett (string bass), Sonny Payne (drums)

1496-16
I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter (2:32)  -  Fred E. Ahlert, Joe Young
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

1497-5
I Only Have Eyes For You (3:27)  -  Al Dubin, Harry Warren
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

1498-3
My Kind Of Girl (4:34)  -  Leslie Bricusse
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

1498-3
My Kind Of Girl (2:32 edit)  -  Leslie Bricusse
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

1499-6
Pennies From Heaven (3:27)  -  Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

1500-3
(Love Is) The Tender Trap (2:33)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

1501-1
Looking At The World Through RoseColored Glasses (2:27)  -  Tommy Malie, Jimmy Steiger
Arrangement: Neal Hefti
Also known as "Looking At The World Thru Rose Colored Glasses."
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

21 Jan 1963 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Cappy Lewis (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), George Seaberg (trumpet), Dick Noel (trombone), Tom Shepard (trombone), Dick Nash (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), John Cave (frenchhorn), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/flute/clarinet), Harry Klee (saxophone/flute/clarinet), Gene Cipriano (saxophone/flute), Plas Johnson (saxophone/clarinet), Joe Koch (saxophone/bass clarinet), Felix Slatkin (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Victor Bay (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Paul Robyn (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Aida Dagort (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Joe Comfort (string bass), Mel Lewis (drums), Emil Richards (tympani)

1671-3
Come Blow Your Horn (3:05)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1963 I Have Dreamed - 45-7" Single

1672-4
Call Me Irresponsible (2:53)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

1672-4
Call Me Irresponsible (2:45 spoken/edit)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

18 Feb 1963 Hollywood: Goldwyn StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Cappy Lewis (trumpet), Irving Bush (trumpet), Mannie Klein (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Tom Shepard (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), John Cave (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), William Hinshaw (frenchhorn), Harry Klee (flute), Arthur Gleghorn (flute), Champ Webb (oboe), Gordon Schoneberg (oboe), Buddy DeFranco (clarinet), Hugo Raimondi (clarinet), Charles Butler (bass clarinet), Chuck Gentry (bass clarinet), Jack Marsh (bassoon), Lloyd Hildebrand (bassoon), Erno Neufeld (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Victor Bay (violin), Joachim Chassman (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Victor Arno (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Davida Jackson (violin), David Frisina (violin), Paul Robyn (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Virginia Majewski (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), David Pratt (violoncello), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miler (piano), Mike Rubin (string bass), Peter Mercurio (string bass), Eddie Gilbert (tuba/string bass), Mel Lewis (drums), Dale Anderson (tympani), Frank Flynn (vibraphone)

1820
Lost In The Stars (4:06)  -  Maxwell Anderson, Kurt Weill
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 My Kind Of Broadway - 33-12" Album

1820
Lost In The Stars (Part 1) (8-track edit)  -  Maxwell Anderson, Kurt Weill
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

1820
Lost In The Stars (Concl.) (8-track edit)  -  Maxwell Anderson, Kurt Weill
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

1820
Lost In The Stars (4:06 remix)  -  Maxwell Anderson, Kurt Weill
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

1821
My Heart Stood Still (3:00)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

1821
My Heart Stood Still (3:00 remix)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

1822
Ol' Man River (4:22)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

1822
Ol' Man River (4:22 remix)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

19 Feb 1963 Hollywood: Goldwyn StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Cappy Lewis (trumpet), Irving Bush (trumpet), Mannie Klein (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Tom Shepard (trombone), Barrett O'Hara (trombone), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), John Cave (frenchhorn), William Hinshaw (frenchhorn), Eddie Gilbert (tuba), Harry Klee (flute), Ethmer Roten (flute), Champ Webb (saxophone/oboe), Gordon Schoneberg (saxophone/oboe), George Smith (saxophone/clarinet), Hugo Raimondi (saxophone/clarinet), Charles Butler (saxophone/clarinet/bass clarinet), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/clarinet/bass clarinet), Jack Marsh (bassoon), Lloyd Hildebrand (bassoon), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Alex Murray (violin), Darrel Terwilliger (violin), George Kast (violin), Lou Klass (violin), Harold Dicterow (violin), David Frisina (violin), Victor Bay (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Albert Steinberg (violin), Davida Jackson (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Joachim Chassman (violin), Paul Robyn (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Virginia Majewski (viola), Robert Ostrowsky (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Louis Kievman (viola), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Harold Schneier (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Nino Rosso (violoncello), David Pratt (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miler (piano), Mike Rubin (string bass), Peter Mercurio (string bass/tympani), Mel Lewis (drums), Dale Anderson (tympani), Frank Flynn (percussion)

1823
This Nearly Was Mine (2:43)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

1823
This Nearly Was Mine (2:43 remix)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

1824
You'll Never Walk Alone (3:05)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1967 Golden Disk [JP] - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

1824
You'll Never Walk Alone (3:05 remix)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

1825
I Have Dreamed (2:56)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1963 I Have Dreamed - 45-7" Single

1825
I Have Dreamed (2:56 remix)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

20 Feb 1963 Hollywood: Goldwyn StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vocal Chorus, Cappy Lewis (trumpet), Uan Rasey (trumpet), Mannie Klein (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Tom Shepard (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), John Cave (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), William Hinshaw (frenchhorn), Champ Webb (saxophone/oboe), Gordon Schoneberg (saxophone/oboe), Buddy DeFranco (tenor saxophone/clarinet), Mitchell Lurie (tenor saxophone/clarinet), Charles Butler (saxophone/bass clarinet), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/bass clarinet), Buddy Nowlin (bassoon), Lloyd Hildebrand (bassoon), Harry Klee (alto saxophone/flute), Arthur Gleghorn (alto saxophone/flute), Eddie Gilbert (tuba), Erno Neufeld (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Victor Bay (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Victor Arno (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Davida Jackson (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), Paul Robyn (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Virginia Majewski (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), David Pratt (violoncello), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Margaret Aue (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miler (piano), Mike Rubin (string bass), Peter Mercurio (string bass), Mel Lewis (drums), Frank Flynn (percussion), Emil Richards (percussion/bells)

1826
California (3:34)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra with vocal chorus.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1963 California - 45-7" Single

1826
California (3:34 remix)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra with vocal chorus.
Selected Releases

1827
Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered (2:57)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1963 Bewitched [IT] - 45-7" Single
1967 Golden Disk [JP] - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

1827
Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered (2:57 remix)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

1827
Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered (2:57 remix)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

1828
America, The Beautiful (2:20)  -  Katherine Lee Bates, Samuel Augustus Ward
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra with vocal chorus.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1963 California - 45-7" Single

1828
America, The Beautiful (2:20 remix)  -  Katherine Lee Bates, Samuel Augustus Ward
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra with vocal chorus.
Selected Releases

21 Feb 1963 Hollywood: Goldwyn StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Cappy Lewis (trumpet), Uan Rasey (trumpet), Mannie Klein (trumpet), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Dick Noel (trombone), Tom Shepard (trombone), Vernon Friley (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), John Cave (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), William Hinshaw (frenchhorn), Harry Klee (saxophone/flute), Arthur Gleghorn (flute), William Kosinski (oboe), Gordon Schoneberg (oboe), Hugo Raimondi (saxophone/clarinet), Mitchell Lurie (clarinet), Charles Butler (bass clarinet), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/bass clarinet), Donald Christlieb (bassoon), Lloyd Hildebrand (bassoon), Justin Gordon (saxophone), Plas Johnson (saxophone), Erno Neufeld (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Joachim Chassman (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Victor Bay (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Victor Arno (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Davida Jackson (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), Paul Robyn (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Virginia Majewski (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), David Pratt (violoncello), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Margaret Aue (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miler (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Eddie Gilbert (tuba/string bass), Mike Rubin (string bass), Peter Mercurio (string bass), Mel Lewis (drums), Frank Flynn (cymbals/mallets), Emil Richards (tympani)

1829
Soliloquy (8:01)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

1829
Soliloquy (8:01 remix)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

1830
You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me (2:36)  -  Pierre Norman Connor, Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 Sinatra ’65 - 33-12" Album
Movie Soundtracks

29 Apr 1963 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), Irving Bush (trumpet), Mickey Mangano (trumpet), Tommy Pederson (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Ed Kusby (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), James Decker (frenchhorn), Willie Schwartz (alto saxophone/flute/clarinet), Harry Klee (saxophone/flute/clarinet), Plas Johnson (saxophone/flute/clarinet), Champ Webb (oboe/clarinet), Joe Koch (clarinet/bass clarinet), Erno Neufeld (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Alex Murray (violin), Paul Robyn (viola), Virginia Majewski (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Eddie Gilbert (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Emil Richards (percussion) ... Plus Celine Dion (vocalist) for the 1999 electronic duet; Charles Aznavour (vocalist) for the 2008 electronic duet

2023
In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning (2:41)  -  Bob Hilliard, Dave Mann
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album
Movie Soundtracks

2024
Nancy (With The Laughing Face) (3:37)  -  Phil Silvers, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

2024
Nancy (With The Laughing Face) (4:29 spoken intro)  -  Phil Silvers, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

2025
Young At Heart (2:53)  -  Carolyn Leigh, Johnny Richards
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1967 Vol. 2 [MX] - 45-7" EP
1967 Golden Disk [JP] - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album
Movie Soundtracks

2025
Young At Heart (3:16 spoken intro)  -  Carolyn Leigh, Johnny Richards
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

2025
Young At Heart (2:53 electronic duet)  -  Carolyn Leigh, Johnny Richards
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra with Charles Aznavour (dubbed).
Selected Releases

2026
The Second Time Around (3:02)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

2026
The Second Time Around (2:13 edit)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

2027
All The Way (3:27)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1967 Golden Disk [JP] - 33-12" Album
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album
1973 My Way [AU] - 45-7" EP

2027
All The Way (3:53 spoken intro)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

2027
All The Way [with Celine Dion] (3:48 electronic duet)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra with Celine Dion (dubbed).
Selected Releases

30 Apr 1963 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Irving Bush (trumpet), Mickey Mangano (trumpet), Kenneth Benike (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Tommy Pederson (trombone), Lew McCreary (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/flute/alto flute/clarinet), Harry Klee (saxophone/flute/alto flute/clarinet), Buddy Collette (saxophone/flute/alto flute/clarinet), Joe Koch (saxophone/bass clarinet/clarinet), Champ Webb (saxophone/oboe/flute/clarinet/bass clarinet), Erno Neufeld (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Alex Murray (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Joachim Chassman (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Paul Robyn (viola), Virginia Majewski (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Bob Bain (guitar), Joe Comfort (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Emil Richards (percussion)

2028
Witchcraft (2:36)  -  Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1967 Vol. 8 [MX] - 45-7" EP

2028
Witchcraft (2:42 spoken intro)  -  Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

2028
Witchcraft (0:14 excerpt)  -  Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
In an animated cameo role as the Voice of the Singing Sword in the 1988 film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," FS sings "Witchcraft" (Reprise recording).
Movie Soundtracks

2029
(How Little It Matters) How Little We Know (2:18)  -  Carolyn Leigh, Phillip Springer
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1972 Today [AR] - 33-12" Album

2029
(How Little It Matters) How Little We Know (2:18 spoken intro)  -  Carolyn Leigh, Phillip Springer
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

2030
Put Your Dreams Away (For Another Day) (3:10)  -  Ruth Lowe, Paul Mann, Stephan Weiss
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Movie Soundtracks

2030
Put Your Dreams Away (For Another Day) (3:10 spoken intro)  -  Ruth Lowe, Paul Mann, Stephan Weiss
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

2031
I've Got You Under My Skin (3:29)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album
Movie Soundtracks

2032
Oh! What It Seemed To Be (3:26)  -  Bennie Benjamin, Frankie Carle, George Weiss
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

2032
Oh! What It Seemed To Be (2:28 edit)  -  Bennie Benjamin, Frankie Carle, George Weiss
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

18 Jul 1963 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Morris Stoloff
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Dean Martin (vocalist), Conrad Gozzo (trumpet), Pete Candoli (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), Mannie Klein (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Tommy Pederson (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Vincent DeRos (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), Harry Klee (saxophone/clarinet/flute), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/clarinet/flute), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/clarinet/bass clarinet), Gene Cipriano (saxophone/oboe/clarinet/bass clarinet), Buddy Collette (saxophone/flute/clarinet/bass clarinet), Dan Lube (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Victor Arno (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Marvin Limonick (violin), Virginia Majewski (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), David Pratt (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Ralph Peña (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Emil Richards (tympani)

2188
Guys And Dolls (2:48)  -  Frank Loesser
Arrangement: Bill Loose
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin.
Selected Releases
1965 The Summit [UK] - 33-12" Album
1969 Guys And Dolls - 33-12" Album

2196
Guys And Dolls (Reprise) (1:49 edit)  -  Frank Loesser
Arrangement: Bill Loose
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin.
Selected Releases

2161
Old Devil Moon (2:56)  -  E.Y. Harburg, Burton Lane
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

2166
When I'm Not Near The Girl I Love (3:21)  -  E.Y. Harburg, Burton Lane
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 Sinatra ’65 - 33-12" Album

2166
When I'm Not Near The Girl I Love (0:25 edit)  -  E.Y. Harburg, Burton Lane
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

2190
I've Never Been In Love Before (2:52)  -  Frank Loesser
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 Sinatra ’65 - 33-12" Album
1969 Guys And Dolls - 33-12" Album

25 Jul 1963 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Morris Stoloff
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Rosemary Clooney (vocalist), Pete Candoli (trumpet), Bud Brisbois (trumpet), Conrad Gozzo (trumpet), Mannie Klein (trumpet), Dick Noel (trombone), Dick Nash (trombone), Milt Bernhart (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/flute/clarinet), Harry Klee (saxophone/flute/clarinet), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/clarinet/bass clarinet), Gene Cipriano (saxophone/oboe/flute/clarinet), Buddy Collette (saxophone/flute/clarinet/alto flute), Dan Lube (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Paul Shure (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Virginia Majewski (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Margaret Aue (violoncello), David Pratt (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Ken Lane (celeste), Al Viola (guitar), Ralph Peña (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Emil Richards (bongos/tympani)

2171B
Some Enchanted Evening (3:25)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

2180
Some Enchanted Evening (Reprise) (3:20)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra with Rosemary Clooney.
Selected Releases

2193
Luck, Be A Lady (5:14)  -  Frank Loesser
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 Sinatra ’65 - 33-12" Album
Key Release 1965 My Kind Of Broadway - 33-12" Album
1969 Guys And Dolls - 33-12" Album
Movie Soundtracks

2193
Luck, Be A Lady (2:25 edit)  -  Frank Loesser
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

2193
Luck, Be A Lady (excerpt)  -  Frank Loesser
Arrangement: Billy May
A portion of the song is heard from a Carlton Cards "Heirloom" ornament.
Selected Releases

29 Jul 1963 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Morris Stoloff
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Bing Crosby (vocalist), Dean Martin (vocalist), Al Porcino (trumpet), Ray Triscari (trumpet), Stu Williamson (trumpet), Conte Candoli (trumpet), Joe Howard (trombone), Gail Martin (trombone), Pete Carpenter (trombone), Frank Rosolino (trombone), George Price (frenchhorn), Sinclair Lott (frenchhorn), Ted Nash (saxophone/flute/clarinet), Harry Klee (saxophone/flute/clarinet), Buddy Collette (saxophone/flute/clarinet), Bob Cooper (saxophone/oboe/clarinet), Jack Nimitz (saxophone/bass clarinet), Dan Lube (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Victor Arno (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Virginia Majewski (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Ken Lane (celeste), Al Viola (guitar), Joe Mondragon (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Larry Bunker (mallets/tympani)

2184
Fugue For Tinhorns (1:28)  -  Frank Loesser
Arrangement: Bill Loose
Frank Sinatra with Bing Crosby & Dean Martin.
Selected Releases
1965 The Summit [UK] - 33-12" Album
1969 Guys And Dolls - 33-12" Album

2185
The Oldest Established (Permanent Floating Crap Game In New York) (2:29)  -  Frank Loesser
Arrangement: Billy May
Frank Sinatra with Bing Crosby and Dean Martin.
Selected Releases
1965 The Summit [UK] - 33-12" Album
1969 Guys And Dolls - 33-12" Album

2185
The Oldest Established (Permanent Floating Crap Game In New York) (2:09 spoken/edit)  -  Frank Loesser
Arrangement: Billy May
Frank Sinatra with Bing Crosby and Dean Martin.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

31 Jul 1963 Los Angeles: RCA Victor StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Marty Paich
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Al Porcino (trumpet), Conte Candoli (trumpet), Ray Triscari (trumpet), Stu Williamson (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Richard Leith (trombone), Joe Howard (trombone), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), Gene Sherry (frenchhorn), Ted Nash (saxophone/flute), Harry Klee (saxophone/flute), Paul Horn (saxophone/flute/clarinet), Bob Cooper (saxophone/clarinet/bass clarinet), Jack Nimitz (saxophone/clarinet/bass clarinet), Gerald Vinci (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Amerigo Marino (violin), Stanley Plummer (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Marvin Limonick (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Virginia Majewski (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Cecil Figelsky (viola), LeRoy Collins (viola), Louis Kievman (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Hendrickson (guitar), Joe Mondragon (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Dale Anderson (conga/tympani)

2103
Here's To The Losers (3:04)  -  Jack Segal, Robert Wells
Arrangement: Marty Paich
Selected Releases

2104
Love Isn't Just For The Young (2:57)  -  Bernard Knee, Herb Miller
Arrangement: Marty Paich
Selected Releases

07 Sep 1963 Las Vegas: The Sands HotelConcert Recording
Conductor: Antonio Morelli
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Dean Martin (vocalist), Sammy Davis Jr. (vocalist), Bill Miller (piano for FS), Ken Lane (piano for Dean Martin), George Rhodes (piano for Sammy Davis Jr.), Orchestra

RingADing Ding (Instrumental) (0:17)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Selected Releases

I Only Have Eyes For You (2:15)  -  Al Dubin, Harry Warren
Selected Releases

Call Me Irresponsible (2:11 spoken intro)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Selected Releases

My Heart Stood Still (2:52)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Selected Releases

Please Be Kind (2:36)  -  Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin
Selected Releases

I Have Dreamed (2:50 spoken intro)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Selected Releases

Luck, Be A Lady (5:05)  -  Frank Loesser
Selected Releases

H3824
The Summit (7:27 comedy)  -  
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin & Sammy Davis Jr.
Selected Releases

H3824
The Summit (5:20 comedy/edit)  -  
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin & Sammy Davis Jr.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album
1965 The Summit [UK] - 33-12" Album

H3824
The Summit (4:05 comedy/edit)  -  
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin & Sammy Davis Jr.
Selected Releases

Marianne (0:15 medley/comedy)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Sigmund Romberg
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin & Ken Lane (piano)
As part of the medley:
a. Marianne - FS
b. Dance With A Dolly - Dean Martin
c. You Are Too Beautiful - Dean Martin
d. You Made Me Love You - FS
e. Carolina In The Morning - FS
f. Beautiful Dreamer - Dean Martin
g. Dancing With Tears In My Eyes - Dean Martin
h. Maria - FS
i. Try A Little Tenderness - FS
j. What Is This Thing Called Love - FS
Selected Releases

You Made Me Love You (0:10 medley/comedy)  -  Joseph McCarthy, James V. Monaco
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin & Ken Lane (piano)
As part of the medley:
a. Marianne - FS
b. Dance With A Dolly - Dean Martin
c. You Are Too Beautiful - Dean Martin
d. You Made Me Love You - FS
e. Carolina In The Morning - FS
f. Beautiful Dreamer - Dean Martin
g. Dancing With Tears In My Eyes - Dean Martin
h. Maria - FS
i. Try A Little Tenderness - FS
j. What Is This Thing Called Love - FS
Selected Releases

Carolina In The Morning (0:10 medley/comedy)  -  Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin & Ken Lane (piano)
As part of the medley:
a. Marianne - FS
b. Dance With A Dolly - Dean Martin
c. You Are Too Beautiful - Dean Martin
d. You Made Me Love You - FS
e. Carolina In The Morning - FS
f. Beautiful Dreamer - Dean Martin
g. Dancing With Tears In My Eyes - Dean Martin
h. Maria - FS
i. Try A Little Tenderness - FS
j. What Is This Thing Called Love - FS
Selected Releases

Maria (0:05 medley/comedy)  -  Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin & Ken Lane (piano)
As part of the medley:
a. Marianne - FS
b. Dance With A Dolly - Dean Martin
c. You Are Too Beautiful - Dean Martin
d. You Made Me Love You - FS
e. Carolina In The Morning - FS
f. Beautiful Dreamer - Dean Martin
g. Dancing With Tears In My Eyes - Dean Martin
h. Maria - FS
i. Try A Little Tenderness - FS
j. What Is This Thing Called Love - FS
Selected Releases

Try A Little Tenderness (0:15 medley/comedy)  -  Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Harry Woods
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin & Ken Lane (piano)
As part of the medley:
a. Marianne - FS
b. Dance With A Dolly - Dean Martin
c. You Are Too Beautiful - Dean Martin
d. You Made Me Love You - FS
e. Carolina In The Morning - FS
f. Beautiful Dreamer - Dean Martin
g. Dancing With Tears In My Eyes - Dean Martin
h. Maria - FS
i. Try A Little Tenderness - FS
j. What Is This Thing Called Love - FS
Selected Releases

What Is This Thing Called Love? (0:10 medley/comedy)  -  Cole Porter
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin & Ken Lane (piano)
As part of the medley:
a. Marianne - FS
b. Dance With A Dolly - Dean Martin
c. You Are Too Beautiful - Dean Martin
d. You Made Me Love You - FS
e. Carolina In The Morning - FS
f. Beautiful Dreamer - Dean Martin
g. Dancing With Tears In My Eyes - Dean Martin
h. Maria - FS
i. Try A Little Tenderness - FS
j. What Is This Thing Called Love - FS
Selected Releases

Dialogue (1:51)  -  
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin & Sammy Davis Jr.
Selected Releases

Guys And Dolls (3:33)  -  Frank Loesser
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin.
Selected Releases

The Oldest Established (Permanent Floating Crap Game In New York) (2:47)  -  Frank Loesser
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin.
Selected Releases

Introductions  -  
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin & Sammy Davis Jr.
Selected Releases

The Oldest Established (Permanent Floating Crap Game In New York) (0:29 reprise)  -  Frank Loesser
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin & Sammy Davis Jr.
Selected Releases

RingADing Ding (Closing Instrumental) (0:59)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Selected Releases

03 Dec 1963 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Dick Nash (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Hoyt Bohannon (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), John Cave (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/clarinet), George Smith (saxophone/clarinet), Arthur Gleghorn (saxophone/flute), Harry Klee (saxophone/flute), Jules Jacob (saxophone/oboe), Jack Nimitz (saxophone/bass clarinet), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/bass clarinet), Erno Neufeld (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Alex Murray (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Paul Robyn (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Virginia Majewski (viola), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Carl Fortina (accordion), Bill Miler (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Bobby Gibbons (guitar), Eddie Gilbert (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Emil Richards (percussion)

2448
Talk To Me, Baby (2:57)  -  Robert Dolan, Johnny Mercer
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

2449
Stay With Me (Main Theme From "The Cardinal") (3:03)  -  Carolyn Leigh, Jerome Moross
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
The original Reprise 45-rpm record and several other sources, including "The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings" box set, credit Don Costa as arranger.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 Sinatra ’65 - 33-12" Album

02 Jan 1964 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Fred Waring
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Jack Halloran, Thurl Ravenscroft, Robert Tebow, Bill Cole, Bill Kanady, Loulie Jean Norman, Jackie Ward, Betty Jane Baker, Sue Allen (vocalists), Pete Candoli (trumpet), Conrad Gozzo (trumpet), Ray Triscari (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), Hoyt Bohannon (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), George Price (frenchhorn), Arthur Maebe (frenchhorn), Jules Jacob (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/woodwinds), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Joe Koch (saxophone/woodwinds), Champ Webb (saxophone/woodwinds), Erno Neufeld (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Victor Bay (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Thelma Beach (violin),, James Getzoff (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Virginia Majewski (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Carl Fortina (accordion), Bill Miler (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Eddie Gilbert (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Emil Richards (percussion)

2467
Early American (3:32)  -  Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra with Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians.
Selected Releases
1964 Early American - 45-7" Single

2468
The House I Live In (That's America To Me) (3:38)  -  Lewis Allan, Earl Robinson
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra with Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians.
Selected Releases

2468
The House I Live In (That's America To Me) (4:42 spoken intro)  -  Lewis Allan, Earl Robinson
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra with Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

2468
The House I Live In (That's America To Me) (0:10 excerpt)  -  Lewis Allan, Earl Robinson
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra with Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians.
Selected Releases

2469
You're A Lucky Fellow, Mr. Smith (3:44)  -  Sonny Burke, Hughie Prince, Don Raye
Arrangement: Jack Halloran
Frank Sinatra with Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians.
Selected Releases

27 Jan 1964 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Conte Candoli (trumpet), Cappy Lewis (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Tom Shepard (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Tommy Pederson (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), William Hinshaw (frenchhorn), Willie Schwartz (alto saxophone/flute), Harry Klee (alto saxophone/flute), Justin Gordon (saxophone/clarinet), Joe Koch (saxophone/clarinet/bass clarinet), Champ Webb (saxophone/flute/clarinet/oboe), Erno Neufeld (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Carl LaMagna (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Stanley Harris (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Nini Rosso (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Ralph Peña (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums/bells), Emil Richards (percussion/tympani)

2521-1+5
The Way You Look Tonight (3:20 intercut)  -  Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

2522
Three Coins In The Fountain (3:44)  -  Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1967 Golden Disk [JP] - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album

2523
Swinging On A Star (2:50)  -  Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

2524
The Continental (3:12)  -  Con Conrad, Herb Magidson
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

2525-4+1
In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening (1:50 intercut)  -  Hoagy Carmichael, Johnny Mercer
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

28 Jan 1964 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Conrad Gozzo (trumpet), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), Cappy Lewis (trumpet), Tommy Pederson (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Tom Shepard (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), William Hinshaw (frenchhorn), Willie Schwartz (woodwinds), Harry Klee (woodwinds), Champ Webb (woodwinds), Justin Gordon (woodwinds), Joe Koch (woodwinds), Israel Baker (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Victor Bay(violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Louis Kievman (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Nini Rosso (violoncello), Kurt Reher (violoncello), David Pratt (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Laurindo Almeida (guitar), Ralph Peña (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Emil Richards (percussion)

2526-7
It Might As Well Be Spring (3:26)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

2527-2+3
Secret Love (3:53 intercut)  -  Sammy Fain, Paul Francis Webster
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1967 Golden Disk [JP] - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

2529
Moon River (3:18)  -  Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1967 Golden Disk [JP] - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album
1968 Moon River [JP] - 45-7" Single

2529-2
Days Of Wine And Roses (2:15)  -  Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1965 Stereotape Showcase - R2R: 7-1/2 ips Album

2530
Love Is A ManySplendored Thing (3:20)  -  Sammy Fain, Paul Francis Webster
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1967 Golden Disk [JP] - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album

04 Feb 1964 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Fred Waring
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Bing Crosby (vocalist), Chorus [Jack Halloran, Ralph Isbell, Jacqueline Allen, Robert Bellamy, Eugene Brent, Robert Brunner, Vangie Carmichael, Patricia Collier, Barbara Ford, Ella Holloran, Ronald Harris, Bill Kanady, Leonard Kranendonk, Ray Linn Jr., Lavada Marlow, Gene Merlino, Jay Meyer, Loulie Jean Norman, Paul Sandberg, Max Smith, William Stephens, Robert Tebow, Randall Shepard, Doreen Tryden, Jim Wheeler, Earle Wilkie, Loretta Williamson, Marilyn Zagnoli], John Audino (trumpet), Mickey Mangano (trumpet), Uan Rasey (trumpet), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Joe Howard (trombone), Tommy Pederson (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), Buddy Collette (woodwinds), Lloyd Hildebrand (woodwinds), Bill Hood (woodwinds), Jules Jacob (woodwinds), Jack Nimitz (woodwinds), Ethmer Roten (woodwinds), Harry Schuchman (woodwinds), Willie Schwartz (woodwinds), Thelma Beach (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), Stanley Plummer (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Stanley Harris (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), David Pratt (violoncello), Harold Scheiner (violoncello), Stella Castellucci (harp), Eugene DiNovi (piano), Caesar Giovannini (piano), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Red Callender (string bass), Ralph Peña (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Milt Holland (percussion), Lou Singer (percussion), Emil Richards (percussion)

2470
Let Us Break Bread Together (3:40)  -  Traditional
Arrangement: Roy Ringwald
Frank Sinatra with Bing Crosby & Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians.
Selected Releases

2471
You Never Had It So Good (3:01)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Jack Halloran, Dick Reynolds
Frank Sinatra with Bing Crosby & Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians.
Selected Releases
1964 Early American - 45-7" Single

08 Apr 1964 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Pete Candoli (trumpet), Cappy Lewis (trumpet), Harry Edison (trumpet), Tommy Pederson (trombone), Tom Shepard (trombone), Dick Nash (trombone), Gail Martin (trombone), William Hinshaw (frenchhorn), Gene Sherry (frenchhorn), Willie Schwartz (woodwinds), Harry Klee (woodwinds), Plas Johnson (woodwinds), Champ Webb (woodwinds), Joe Koch (woodwinds), Victor Arno (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Robert Konrad (violin), Victor Bay (violin), Paul Robyn (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), David Pratt (violoncello), Anne Goodman (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miler (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Ralph Peña (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Emil Richards (percussion)

2628
My Kind Of Town (3:06)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 Sinatra ’65 - 33-12" Album
Movie Soundtracks

2628
My Kind Of Town (2:34 edit)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1964 My Kind Of Town - 45-7" Single
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

2628
My Kind Of Town (3:10 alternate)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

2629
I Like To Lead When I Dance (4:05)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1964 My Kind Of Town - 45-7" Single
Key Release 1965 Sinatra ’65 - 33-12" Album

2577
I Can't Believe I'm Losing You (2:43)  -  Don Costa, Phil Zeller
Arrangement: Don Costa
See session for March 14, 1968, regarding Max Bennett's guitar overdub version.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 Forget Domani - 45-7" Single

09 Jun 1964 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Count Basie (piano), Al Porcino (trumpet), Don Rader (trumpet), Wallace Davenport (trumpet), Al Aarons (trumpet), Sonny Cohn (trumpet), Harry Edison (trumpet), Henry Coker (trombone), Grover Mitchell (trombone), Bill Hughes (trombone), Henderson Chambers (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), Frank Foster (tenor saxophone), Eric Dixon (tenor saxophone/flute), Marshall Royal (alto saxophone/clarinet), Frank Wess (alto saxophone/flute), Charles Fowlkes (baritone saxophone), Freddie Green (guitar), Buddy Catlett (string bass), Sonny Payne (drums), Emil Richards (vibraphone/percussion)

2809-10
The Best Is Yet To Come (2:53)  -  Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Movie Soundtracks

2809-10
The Best Is Yet To Come (Part 1) (8-track edit)  -  Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

2809-10
The Best Is Yet To Come (Conclusion) (8-track edit)  -  Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

2810-5
I Wanna Be Around (2:21)  -  Johnny Mercer, Sadie Vimmerstedt
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

2811-3
I Believe In You (2:20)  -  Frank Loesser
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

2812
Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) (2:29)  -  Bart Howard
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album
Movie Soundtracks

2812
Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) (3:02 spoken intro)  -  Bart Howard
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

2812
Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) (excerpt)  -  Bart Howard
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Selected Releases

2812
Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) (excerpt)  -  Bart Howard
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
A portion of the song is heard from a Carlton Cards "Heirloom" ornament.
Selected Releases

10 Jun 1964 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Count Basie (piano), Al Porcino (trumpet), Don Rader (trumpet), Wallace Davenport (trumpet), Al Aarons (trumpet), Sonny Cohn (trumpet), Harry Edison (trumpet), Henry Coker (trombone), Grover Mitchell (trombone), Bill Hughes (trombone), Henderson Chambers (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), Frank Foster (tenor saxophone), Eric Dixon (tenor saxophone/flute), Marshall Royal (alto saxophone/clarinet), Frank Wess (alto saxophone/flute), Charles Fowlkes (baritone saxophone), Gerald Vinci (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Thelma Beach (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Paul Shure (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Virginia Majewski (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Anne Goodman (violoncello), Freddie Green (guitar), Buddy Catlett (string bass), Sonny Payne (drums), Emil Richards (vibraphone/percussion)

2814
Hello, Dolly! (2:46)  -  Jerry Herman
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1964 Hello Dolly [UK] - 45-7" Single
Key Release 1965 My Kind Of Broadway - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

2815
The Good Life (2:25)  -  Sacha Distel, Jack Reardon
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Movie Soundtracks

2816-8+17
I Wish You Love (2:54 intercut)  -  Albert Beach (Eng. w.), Charles Trent (Fr. w. and music)
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

12 Jun 1964 Hollywood: United Recording Studios (1st personnel lineup)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Count Basie (piano), Al Porcino (trumpet), Don Rader (trumpet), Wallace Davenport (trumpet), Al Aarons (trumpet), Sonny Cohn (trumpet), Harry Edison (trumpet), Henry Coker (trombone), Grover Mitchell (trombone), Bill Hughes (trombone), Henderson Chambers (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), Frank Foster (tenor saxophone), Eric Dixon (tenor saxophone/flute), Marshall Royal (alto saxophone/clarinet), Frank Wess (alto saxophone/flute), Charles Fowlkes (baritone saxophone), Gerald Vinci (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Thelma Beach (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Paul Shure (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Virginia Majewski (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Anne Goodman (violoncello), Freddie Green (guitar), Buddy Catlett (string bass), Sonny Payne (drums), Emil Richards (vibraphone/percussion)

2817
I Can't Stop Loving You (3:00)  -  Don Gibson
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

2817
I Can't Stop Loving You (pt. 1) (8-track edit)  -  Don Gibson
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

2817
I Can't Stop Loving You (pt. 2) (8-track edit)  -  Don Gibson
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

2818
More (Theme from "Mondo Cane") (3:04)  -  Marcello Ciorciolini (It. w.), Norman Newell (Eng. w.), Nino Oliviero, Riz Ortolani
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album

2818
More (Theme from "Mondo Cane") (pt. 1) (8-track edit)  -  Marcello Ciorciolini (It. w.), Norman Newell (Eng. w.), Nino Oliviero, Riz Ortolani
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

2818
More (Theme from "Mondo Cane") (pt. 2) (8-track edit)  -  Marcello Ciorciolini (It. w.), Norman Newell (Eng. w.), Nino Oliviero, Riz Ortolani
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

12 Jun 1964 Hollywood: United Recording Studios (2nd personnel lineup)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Count Basie (piano), Al Porcino (trumpet), Don Rader (trumpet), Wallace Davenport (trumpet), Al Aarons (trumpet), Sonny Cohn (trumpet), Harry Edison (trumpet), Henry Coker (trombone), Grover Mitchell (trombone), Bill Hughes (trombone), Henderson Chambers (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), Frank Foster (tenor saxophone), Eric Dixon (tenor saxophone/flute), Marshall Royal (alto saxophone/clarinet), Frank Wess (alto saxophone/flute), Charles Fowlkes (baritone saxophone), Freddie Green (guitar), Buddy Catlett (string bass), Sonny Payne (drums), Emil Richards (vibraphone/percussion)

2819
Wives And Lovers (2:48)  -  Burt Bacharach, Hal David
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

17 Jul 1964 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vocal Group, Robert Bryant (trumpet), Buddy Collette (woodwinds), Victor Arno (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Sidney Sharp (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), William Kurasch (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), David Terwilliger (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Alex Neiman (viola), Gareth Nuttycombe (viola), Joseph DiFiore (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Emmett Sargeant (violoncello), Anne Goodman (violoncello), Bill Miller (piano), Gene Garf (piano), Ray Sherman (piano), Al Hendrickson (guitar), Bobby Gibbons (guitar), Tommy Tedesco (guitar), Joe Mondragon (string bass), Hal Blaine (drums), Emil Richards (percussion)

2888-3
Softly, As I Leave You (2:50)  -  Giorgio Calabrese (It. w.), Antonio DeVita, Hal Shaper (Eng. w.)
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra with a vocal group.
Selected Releases

2888-10
Softly, As I Leave You (2:50)  -  Giorgio Calabrese (It. w.), Antonio DeVita, Hal Shaper (Eng. w.)
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra with a vocal group.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

2889-9
Then Suddenly Love (2:15)  -  Roy Alfred, Paul Vance
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra with a vocal group.
Selected Releases

2890
Since Marie Has Left Paree (1:56)  -  Hy Glaser, Jerry Solomon
Arrangement: Billy May
Selected Releases

2891-7
Available (2:46)  -  Sammy Cahn, L.B. Marks, Ned Wynn
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra with a vocal group.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 Anytime At All - 45-7" Single

03 Oct 1964 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vocal Chorus, Cappy Lewis (trumpet), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), John Cave (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Gene Cipriano (saxophone/woodwinds), Plas Johnson (saxophone/woodwinds), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Erno Neufeld (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Victor Bay (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Thelma Beach (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Virginia Majewski (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Anne Goodman (violoncello), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Ann Mason Stockton (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Ray Sherman (piano), Bobby Gibbons (guitar), Tommy Tedesco (guitar), Vincent Terri (guitar), Al Viola (guitar), Ralph Peña (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Emil Richards (percussion)

2980-5
Pass Me By (2:23)  -  Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh
Arrangement: Billy May
Frank Sinatra with a vocal chorus.
Selected Releases

2981-11
Emily (2:58)  -  Johnny Mandel, Johnny Mercer
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra with a vocal chorus.
Selected Releases

2982
Dear Heart (2:41)  -  Ray Evans, Jay Livingston, Henry Mancini
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra with a vocal chorus.
Selected Releases

10 Nov 1964 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vocal Group, Marshall Cram (trombone), Willie Schwartz (alto saxophone/flute), Sidney Sharp (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Henry Roth (violin), Bernard Kundell (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), William Kurasch (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Darrel Terwilliger (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Alex Neiman (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Joseph Saxon (violoncello), Anne Goodman (violoncello), Jesse Ehrlich (violoncello), Bill Miler (piano), Lincoln Mayorga (piano), Eugene DiNovi (piano), Tommy Tedesco (guitar), Donnie Lanier (guitar), Bill Pitman (guitar), Chuck Berghofer (string bass), Hal Blaine (drums), Emil Richards (mallets)

3046-10
Somewhere In Your Heart (2:26)  -  Russell Faith, Clarence Kehner
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra with a vocal group.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 Sinatra ’65 - 33-12" Album
1965 Top Pops #116 - 33-12" Album

3046-10
Somewhere In Your Heart (Begin.) (8-track edit)  -  Russell Faith, Clarence Kehner
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra with a vocal group.
Selected Releases

3046-10
Somewhere In Your Heart (Concl.) (8-track edit)  -  Russell Faith, Clarence Kehner
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra with a vocal group.
Selected Releases

3047-6
Anytime At All (2:20)  -  Baker Knight
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra with a vocal group.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 Sinatra ’65 - 33-12" Album
Key Release 1965 Anytime At All - 45-7" Single

13 Apr 1965 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Gordon Jenkins
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Wayne Songer (clarinet), Lloyd Hildebrand (bassoon/flute), Harry Klee (clarinet/flute), Clyde Hylton (clarinet/flute), Melinda Eckels (flute), Bert Gassman (oboe), Marshall Sosson (violin), Mischa Russell (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Joseph Quadri (violin), Joseph Livoti (violin), Murray Kellner (violin), Harry Bluestone (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Harold Dicterow (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Dan Lube (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Louis Kaufman (violin), Jack Gootkin (violin), Nicholas Pisani (violin), Sanford Schonbach (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Ray Menhennick (viola), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Kathryn Thompson Vail (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Vincent Terri (guitar), Mike Rubin (string bass), Nick Fatool (drums)

H3295
Don't Wait Too Long (3:06)  -  Sunny Skylar
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

H3296
September Song (3:30)  -  Maxwell Anderson, Kurt Weill
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases
1967 Vol. 5 [MX] - 45-7" EP
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album

H3297
Last Night When We Were Young (3:35)  -  Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

H3298
Hello, Young Lovers (3:41)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases
Movie Soundtracks

14 Apr 1965 Hollywood: United Recording Studio "A" (1st session)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Gordon Jenkins
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Wayne Songer (clarinet), Lloyd Hildebrand (bassoon/flute), Harry Klee (clarinet/flute), Clyde Hylton (clarinet/flute), Melinda Eckels (flute), Bert Gassman (oboe), Mischa Russell (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Joseph Quadri (violin), Joseph Livoti (violin), Murray Kellner (violin), Harry Bluestone (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Harold Dicterow (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Dan Lube (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), David Frisina (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Louis Kievman (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Kathryn Thompson Vail (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Hendrickson (guitar), Mike Rubin (string bass), Nick Fatool (drums)

H3299
I See It Now (2:50)  -  William Engvick, Alec Wilder
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

H3300
When The Wind Was Green (3:22)  -  Donald Henry Stinson
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

H3301-6
Once Upon A Time (3:26)  -  Lee Adams, Charles Strouse
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases
Movie Soundtracks

H3301-6
Once Upon A Time (Pt. 1) (8-track edit)  -  Lee Adams, Charles Strouse
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

H3301-6
Once Upon A Time (Pt. 2) (8-track edit)  -  Lee Adams, Charles Strouse
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

H3302
How Old Am I?  -  Gordon Jenkins
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
See session for April 22, 1965.

14 Apr 1965 Hollywood: United Recording Studio "B" (2nd session)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Donnie Lanier
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Chorus [Loulie Jean Norman, Ella Halloran, Betty Allan, Betty Baker, Paul Sandberg, Bill Kanady, Thurl Ravenscroft, Jack Halloran], Roy Caton (trumpet), Anthony Terran (trumpet), Robert Bryant (trumpet), Pete Carpenter (trombone), Louis Blackburn (trombone), Sidney Sharp (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Henry Roth (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), William Kurasch (violin), Darrell Terwilliger (violin), Joseph DiFiore (violin), Tibor Zelig (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), Alex Neiman (viola), Harry Hyams (viola), Anne Goodman (violoncello), Jesse Erlich (violoncello), Emmet Sargeant (violoncello), Joseph Saxon (violoncello), Bill Miller (piano), Ernie Freeman (piano), Russell Bridges [aka Leon Russell] (piano), John Gray (guitar), Dennis Budimir (guitar), Bill Pitman (guitar), Chuck Berghofer (string bass), Hal Blaine (drums), Eddie Brackett Jr. (percussion), Frank Capp (percussion), Emil Richards (percussion)

HX3320
Tell Her (You Love Her Each Day) (2:40)  -  Gil Ward, Charles Watkins
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra with chorus.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 Sinatra ’65 - 33-12" Album
Key Release 1966 That’s Life - 33-12" Album

HX3321
When Somebody Loves You (1:52)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
The original Reprise 45-rpm record credits Ernie Freeman as conductor.
Frank Sinatra with chorus.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 Sinatra ’65 - 33-12" Album

22 Apr 1965 Hollywood: United Recording Studio "A"Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Gordon Jenkins
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Melinda Eckels (oboe), Arnold Koblentz (oboe), Wayne Songer (clarinet), Harry Klee (clarinet), Clyde Hylton (clarinet), Lloyd Hildebrand (bassoon), Mischa Russell (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Joseph Quadri (violin), Joseph Livoti (violin), Murray Kellner (violin), Harry Bluestone (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Walter Edelstein (violin), Dan Lube (violin), Herman Clebanoff (violin), Louis Kaufman (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Louis Kievman (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Kathryn Thompson Vail (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Vincent Terri (guitar), Mike Rubin (string bass), Nick Fatool (drums)

H3352-7
It Was A Very Good Year (4:25)  -  Ervin Drake
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases
1973 My Way [AU] - 45-7" EP
Movie Soundtracks

H3352-7
It Was A Very Good Year (excerpt)  -  Ervin Drake
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
A portion of the song is heard from a Carlton Cards "Heirloom" ornament.
Selected Releases

It Was A Very Good Year (9:53 session chatter)  -  Ervin Drake
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Film of the session (including studio chatter and playback), along with narration by FS and Walter Cronkite for a 1965 CBS News documentary. A few seconds from the session can also be seen in the 2017 documentary short "Cashed Out Casino." (See the Filmography for details.)
Selected Releases
Movie Soundtracks

H3353-2
The Man In The Looking Glass (3:25)  -  Bart Howard
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

H3354-5
This Is All I Ask (3:03)  -  Gordon Jenkins
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

H3355-11/12
It Gets Lonely Early (3:17 added verse)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

H3355-12
It Gets Lonely Early (2:58)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

H3302
How Old Am I? (3:32)  -  Gordon Jenkins
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
See session for March 14, 1968, regarding Max Bennett's guitar overdub version.
Selected Releases

27 May 1965 Hollywood: United Recording Studio "A"Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Gordon Jenkins
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Cappy Lewis (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Tom Shepard (trombone), Tommy Pederson (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Justin Gordon (saxophone/woodwinds), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Buddy Collette (saxophone/woodwinds), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Gerald Vinci (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Mischa Russell (violin), Victor Bay (violin), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Barbara Simons (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Bob Bain (guitar), Bill Pitman (guitar), Mike Rubin (string bass), Joe Comfort (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums)

H3442-17
The September Of My Years (3:12)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 That's Life - 45-7" Single
Movie Soundtracks

H3442-17
The September Of My Years (3:20 spoken intro)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

23 Aug 1965 Hollywood: United Recording Studio "A"Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Torrie Zito
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Al Porcino (trumpet), Stu Williamson (trumpet), Ray Triscari (trumpet), Pete Candoli (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Hoyt Bohannon (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), William Hinshaw (frenchhorn), John Cave (frenchhorn), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Justin Gordon (saxophone/woodwinds), Gene Cipriano (saxophone/woodwinds), Nathan Ross (violin), james Getzoff (violin), Stanley Plummer (violin), John DeVoogdt (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Ben Gill (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Paul Robyn (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Elizabeth Greenschpoon (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Paul Kaufman (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Laurindo Almeida (guitar), Joe Mondragon (string bass), Mike Rubin (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Emil Richards (percussion)

HX3703-8
Ev'rybody Has The Right To Be Wrong (At Least Once) (2:07)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Torrie Zito
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 My Kind Of Broadway - 33-12" Album

HX3704-12
I'll Only Miss Her When I Think Of Her (2:51)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Torrie Zito
Frank Sinatra with Laurindo Almeida (on guitar).
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 My Kind Of Broadway - 33-12" Album

HX3707-3
Golden Moment (2:57)  -  Kenny Jacobson, Rhoda Roberts
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 My Kind Of Broadway - 33-12" Album
Key Release 1965 Golden Moment - 45-7" Single

11 Oct 1965 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Sonny Burke
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vocal Group, Al Porcino (trumpet), James Salko (trumpet), Pete Candoli (trumpet), Tommy Pederson (trombone), William Schaefer (trombone), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Buddy Collette (saxophone/woodwinds), Justin Gordon (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/woodwinds), Victor Arno (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Thelma Beach (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Herman Clebanoff (violin), David Frisina (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Alex Murray (violin), Stanley Harris (viola), Alex Neiman (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Ralph Peña (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums)

H3767-6+ic
Come Fly With Me (2:11 spoken/edit)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Billy May
Edited to one chorus, plus spoken intro.
Intercut tag: "And don't tell your mama."
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album
Movie Soundtracks

H3767-6+ic
Come Fly With Me (1:54 edit)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Billy May
Edited to one chorus.
Intercut tag: "And don't tell your mama."
Selected Releases

H3767-6+ic
Come Fly With Me (3:10)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Billy May
Intercut tag: "And don't tell your mama."
Selected Releases

H3767-6+ic
Come Fly With Me (3:12 take 3 tag)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Billy May
Intercut tag: "Pack a small bag."
Selected Releases

H3767-6+ic
Come Fly With Me (4:07 ext./take 3 tag)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Billy May
Special extended version with "Pack a small bag" tag for the soundtrack of the Japanese motion picture "Happy Flight."
Selected Releases
Movie Soundtracks

H3768-2
I'll Never Smile Again (2:48 spoken intro)  -  Ruth Lowe
Arrangement: Fred Stulce
Frank Sinatra with a vocal group.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

H3768-2
I'll Never Smile Again (2:13)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Fred Stulce
Frank Sinatra with a vocal group.
Selected Releases

11 Oct 1965 Hollywood: United Recording Studios (orchestra session)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Sonny Burke
Al Porcino (trumpet), James Salko (trumpet), Pete Candoli (trumpet), Tommy Pederson (trombone), William Schaefer (trombone), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Buddy Collette (saxophone/woodwinds), Justin Gordon (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/woodwinds), Victor Arno (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Thelma Beach (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Herman Clebanoff (violin), David Frisina (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Alex Murray (violin), Stanley Harris (viola), Alex Neiman (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Ralph Peña (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums)

H3769
From Here To Eternity (2:45 spoken intro)  -  Freddie Karger, Robert Wells
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
0:53 intro by FS, with orchestral track used as background for a scene from the film.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

H3770
Love And Marriage (orchestra)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
The orchestral track for this version of "Love And Marriage" (master 3770) was recorded at this session. FS would overdub his vocal on October 21, 1965.

21 Oct 1965 Hollywood: 2nd Voice Overdubbing SessionReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Sonny Burke
Frank Sinatra (vocalist) ... Note: See orchestra session for October 11, 1965, regarding additional personnel.

H3770-3
Love And Marriage (2:12)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
The orchestral track was recorded on October 11, 1965.
Selected Releases

H3770-3
Love And Marriage (1:29 edit)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
The orchestral track was recorded on October 11, 1965.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1965 A Man And His Music - 33-12" Album

15-17 Nov 1965 Burbank, CA: NBC Studio 1 for "A Man And His Music" (NBC: November 24, 1965) (1st personnel)Television Recording
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Orchestra

I've Got You Under My Skin (2:31)  -  Cole Porter
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

Without A Song (2:05)  -  Edward Eliscu, Billy Rose, Vincent Youmans
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

Don't Worry 'Bout Me (2:05)  -  Rube Bloom, Ted Koehler
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

I Get A Kick Out Of You (3:30 spoken intro)  -  Cole Porter
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

Nancy (With The Laughing Face) (2:16)  -  Phil Silvers, James Van Heusen
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

My Kind Of Town (2:32)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

Come Fly With Me (1:35)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

The Lady Is A Tramp (2:43)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

I've Got The World On A String (2:01)  -  Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

Witchcraft (3:33 spoken intro)  -  Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

You Make Me Feel So Young (2:48)  -  Mack Gordon, Josef Myrow
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

Angel Eyes / Put Your Dreams Away (2:25)  -  Earl Brent, Matt Dennis / Ruth Lowe, Paul Mann, Stephan Weiss
Including thanks to Gordon Jenkins and Nelson Riddle.
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

15-17 Nov 1965 Burbank, CA: NBC Studio 1 for "A Man And His Music" (NBC: November 24, 1965) (2nd personnel)Television Recording
Conductor: Gordon Jenkins
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Orchestra ... Plus: Robbie Williams (vocalist) and orchestra for the 2001 electronic duet.

It Was A Very Good Year (4:15 interspersed)  -  Ervin Drake
As part of medley (14:45):
a. It Was A Very Good Year
b. Young At Heart
c. It Was A Very Good Year
d. The Girl Next Door
e. It Was A Very Good Year
f. Last Night When We Were Young
g. It Was A Very Good Year
h. This Is All I Ask
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

Young At Heart (2:00 medley)  -  Carolyn Leigh, Johnny Richards
As part of medley (14:45):
a. It Was A Very Good Year
b. Young At Heart
c. It Was A Very Good Year
d. The Girl Next Door
e. It Was A Very Good Year
f. Last Night When We Were Young
g. It Was A Very Good Year
h. This Is All I Ask
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

The Girl Next Door (1:30 medley)  -  Ralph Blaine, Hugh Martin
As part of medley (14:45):
a. It Was A Very Good Year
b. Young At Heart
c. It Was A Very Good Year
d. The Girl Next Door
e. It Was A Very Good Year
f. Last Night When We Were Young
g. It Was A Very Good Year
h. This Is All I Ask
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

Last Night When We Were Young (3:05 medley)  -  Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg
As part of medley (14:45):
a. It Was A Very Good Year
b. Young At Heart
c. It Was A Very Good Year
d. The Girl Next Door
e. It Was A Very Good Year
f. Last Night When We Were Young
g. It Was A Very Good Year
h. This Is All I Ask
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

This Is All I Ask (2:45 medley)  -  Gordon Jenkins
As part of medley (14:45):
a. It Was A Very Good Year
b. Young At Heart
c. It Was A Very Good Year
d. The Girl Next Door
e. It Was A Very Good Year
f. Last Night When We Were Young
g. It Was A Very Good Year
h. This Is All I Ask
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

It Was A Very Good Year (4:25 electronic duet)  -  Ervin Drake
Frank Sinatra with Robbie Williams (dubbed).
Selected Releases

It Was A Very Good Year (5:10 electronic duet)  -  Ervin Drake
Robbie Williams's live performance at Royal Albert Hall featuring a video of Frank Sinatra from "A Man And His Music."
Selected Releases

29 Nov 1965 HollywoodReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Tommy Pederson (trombone), Urbie Green (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), William Hinshaw (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), Ted Nash (clarinet), Ronny Lang (clarinet), Jules Jacob (oboe), Lloyd Hildebrand (bassoon), Jack Marsh (bassoon), Willie Schwartz (saxophone), Gene Cipriano (saxophone), Chuck Gentry (saxophone), Harry Klee (saxophone), Gerald Vinci (violin), Emil Briano (violin), Ambrose Russo (violin), Herman Clebanoff (violin), Tibor Zelig (violin), Thelma Beach (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Jerome Reisler (violin), John DeVoogdt (violin), Darrel Terwilliger (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Alex Murray (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), William Kurasch (violin), Victor Bay (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Paul Robyn (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Maxine Johnson (viola), Barbara Simons (viola), Joseph DiFiore (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Harold Schneier (violoncello), Jesse Ehrlich (violoncello), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Ralph Peña (string bass), Eddie Gilbert (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Larry Bunker (percussion)

H3892-13
Moon Song (3:03)  -  Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 Moonlight Sinatra - 33-12" Album

H3893-2
Moon Love (4:14)  -  Mack David, Mack Davis, André Kostelanetz adapted from Tchaikovsky's "Symphony No. 5"
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 Moonlight Sinatra - 33-12" Album

H3894-3
The Moon Got In My Eyes (2:52)  -  Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 Moonlight Sinatra - 33-12" Album

H3895-11
Moonlight Serenade (3:25)  -  Glenn Miller, Mitchell Parish
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 Moonlight Sinatra - 33-12" Album

H3896-4
Reaching For The Moon (3:05)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 Moonlight Sinatra - 33-12" Album

30 Nov 1965 Hollywood: United Recording Studio "A"Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Cappy Lewis (trumpet), Urbie Green (trombone), Tom Shepard (trombone), Tommy Pederson (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), William Hinshaw (frenchhorn), Lloyd Hildebrand (bassoon), Jack Marsh (bassoon), Norman Benno (oboe), Gene Cipriano (oboe), Willie Schwartz (flute), Ronny Lang (flute), Justin Gordon (woodwinds), Chuck Gentry (woodwinds), Harry Klee (woodwinds), Gerald Vinci (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Thelma Beach (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Paul Shure (violin), David Frisina (violin), Alex Murray (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Victor Bay (violin), Paul Robyn (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Barbara Simons (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Stanley Harris (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Eleanor Slatkin (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Harold Schneier (violoncello), Anne Goodman (violoncello), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Vincent Terri (guitar), Al Viola (guitar), Ralph Peña (string bass), Eddie Gilbert (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Victor Feldman (percussion)

H3897-8
I Wished On The Moon (2:54)  -  Dorothy Parker, Ralph Rainger
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 Moonlight Sinatra - 33-12" Album

H3898-1
Moonlight Becomes You (2:45)  -  Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 Moonlight Sinatra - 33-12" Album

H3899-2
Moonlight Mood (3:06)  -  Harold Adamson, Peter DeRose
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 Moonlight Sinatra - 33-12" Album

H3900-4
Oh, You Crazy Moon (3:12)  -  Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 Moonlight Sinatra - 33-12" Album

H3901-3
The Moon Was Yellow (3:08)  -  Fred E. Ahlert, Edgar Leslie
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 Moonlight Sinatra - 33-12" Album

11 Apr 1966 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Donnie Lanier
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), Henry Sigismonti (frenchhorn), Gale Robinson (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), Bill Green (flute), Andreas Kostelas (flute), Lennie Malarsky (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Sidney Sharp (violin), William Kurasch (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Jerome Reisler (violin), Robert Sushel (violin), John DeVoogdt (violin), Bernard Kundell (violin), Tibor Zelig (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), James Getzoff (violin), William Weiss (violin), Harry Bluestone (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Harry Hyams (viola), Joseph DiFiore (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Darrel Terwilliger (viola), Jesse Ehrlich (violoncello), Joseph Saxon (violoncello), Emmet Sargeant (violoncello), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Bill Miller (piano), Michel Rubini (piano), Alvin Casey (guitar), William Pitman (guitar), Tommy Tedesco (guitar), Glen Campbell (guitar), Chuck Berghofer (string bass), Hal Blaine (drums), Eddie Brackett Jr. (percussion), Emil Richards (percussion) ... Note: Some sources credit Ernie Freeman as conductor.

J4195
Strangers In The Night (2:34)  -  Bert Kaempfert, Charles Singleton, Eddie Snyder
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Selected Releases
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album
Movie Soundtracks

J4195
Strangers In The Night (excerpt)  -  Bert Kaempfert, Charles Singleton, Eddie Snyder
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Selected Releases

J4195
Strangers In The Night (excerpt)  -  Bert Kaempfert, Charles Singleton, Eddie Snyder
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
A portion of the song is heard from Franklin Mint's music box and musical plate.
Selected Releases

J4195
Strangers In The Night (2:44 long fade-out)  -  Bert Kaempfert, Charles Singleton, Eddie Snyder
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Selected Releases

11 May 1966 Hollywood: Western RecordersReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Pete Candoli (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), Cappy Lewis (trumpet), Ray Triscari (trumpet), Dick Noel (trombone), Tommy Pederson (trombone), Tom Shepard (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Bill Green (saxophone/woodwinds), Justin Gordon (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Ronny Lang (saxophone/woodwinds), Victor Arno (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Herman Clebanoff (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Stanley Harris (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Elizabeth Greenschpoon (violoncello), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Bill Miller (piano), Artie Kane (organ), Al Viola (guitar), Ralph Peña (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Emil Richards (percussion)

J4234-5
My Baby Just Cares For Me (2:30)  -  Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

J4235-4+3
Yes Sir, That's My Baby (2:09 intercut)  -  Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

J4235-4
Yes Sir, That's My Baby (2:17 unedited)  -  Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Without the intercut for the instrumental bridge.
Selected Releases

J4236-3
You're Driving Me Crazy (2:15)  -  Walter Donaldson
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

J4237-7
The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (2:24)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

16 May 1966 HollywoodReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Pete Candoli (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), Cappy Lewis (trumpet), Ray Triscari (trumpet), Dick Noel (trombone), Tommy Pederson (trombone), Tom Shepard (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Bill Green (saxophone/woodwinds), Justin Gordon (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Abe Most (saxophone/woodwinds), Victor Arno (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Herman Clebanoff (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Victor Bay (violin), Barbara Simons (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Elizabeth Greenschpoon (violoncello), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Bill Miller (piano), Artie Kane (organ), Al Viola (guitar), Ralph Peña (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Victor Feldman (percussion)

J4238-7
Summer Wind (2:53)  -  Hans Bradtke (Ger. w.), Heinz Meier, Johnny Mercer (Eng. w.)
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 Summer Wind - 45-7" Single
1967 Es La Vida [ES] - 33-12" Album
1967 Vol. 5 [MX] - 45-7" EP
1972 Today [AR] - 33-12" Album
Movie Soundtracks

J4238-7
Summer Wind (excerpt)  -  Hans Bradtke (Ger. w.), Heinz Meier, Johnny Mercer (Eng. w.)
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

J4239-4
All Or Nothing At All (3:58)  -  Arthur Altman, Jack Lawrence
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1967 Es La Vida [ES] - 33-12" Album
1967 Vol. 5 [MX] - 45-7" EP

J4240-6
Call Me (2:47)  -  Tony Hatch
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

J4241-9
On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever) (3:17)  -  Burton Lane, Alan Jay Lerner
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

J4241-9
On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever) (Pt. 1) (8-track edit)  -  Burton Lane, Alan Jay Lerner
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

J4241-9
On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever) (Pt. 2) (8-track edit)  -  Burton Lane, Alan Jay Lerner
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases

J4242-4
Downtown (2:08)  -  Tony Hatch
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
1967 Es La Vida [ES] - 33-12" Album

5-6 Jun 1966 Burbank, CA: NBC Studios for "A Man And His Music, Part II" (CBS: December 7, 1966) (1st personnel)Television Recording
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Nancy Sinatra (vocalist), Orchestra

Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) (2:18)  -  Bart Howard
Selected Releases

The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (2:22 spoken intro)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Selected Releases

Moonlight In Vermont (4:50 spoken intro)  -  John Blackburn, Karl Suessdorf
Selected Releases

You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You (2:35 spoken intro)  -  James Cavanaugh, Russ Morgan, Larry Stock
Selected Releases

Yes Sir, That's My Baby (0:57)  -  Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn
Frank Sinatra with Nancy Sinatra.
Selected Releases
1990 The Reprise Collection - Video LaserDisc Album

Downtown (0:45 medley)  -  Tony Hatch
Frank Sinatra with Nancy Sinatra.
As part of medley (2:01):
a. Downtown
b. These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
c. Downtown (reprise)
Selected Releases

These Boots Are Made For Walkin' (0:16 medley)  -  Lee Hazlewood
Frank Sinatra with Nancy Sinatra.
As part of medley (2:01):
a. Downtown
b. These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
c. Downtown (reprise)
Selected Releases
1992 A Man And His Music [JP] - Video LaserDisc Album

Downtown (reprise) (1:00 medley)  -  Tony Hatch
Frank Sinatra with Nancy Sinatra.
As part of medley (2:01):
a. Downtown
b. These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
c. Downtown (reprise)
Selected Releases

Luck, Be A Lady (4:52 spoken intro)  -  Frank Loesser
Selected Releases

That's Life (4:27 spoken intro)  -  Kelly Gordon, Dean Kay Thompson
Selected Releases

Granada (2:35)  -  Dorothy Dodd (Eng. w.), Agustín Lara (Sp. w. and music)
Selected Releases

My Kind Of Town (2:50 spoken intro)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Selected Releases

Put Your Dreams Away (For Another Day) (2:40 spoken intro)  -  Ruth Lowe, Paul Mann, Stephan Weiss
Selected Releases

5-6 Jun 1966 Burbank, CA: NBC Studios for "A Man And His Music, Part II" (CBS: December 7, 1966) (2nd personnel)Television Recording
Conductor: Gordon Jenkins
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Nancy Sinatra (vocalist), Orchestra

Just One Of Those Things (2:45 medley)  -  Cole Porter
As part of medley (9:50):
a. Just One Of Those Things
b. My Heart Stood Still
c. But Beautiful
d. When Your Lover Has Gone
Selected Releases

My Heart Stood Still (1:55 medley)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
As part of medley (9:50):
a. Just One Of Those Things
b. My Heart Stood Still
c. But Beautiful
d. When Your Lover Has Gone
Selected Releases

But Beautiful (2:20)  -  Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen
As part of medley (9:50):
a. Just One Of Those Things
b. My Heart Stood Still
c. But Beautiful
d. When Your Lover Has Gone
Selected Releases

When Your Lover Has Gone (2:50 medley)  -  Einar Aaron Swan
As part of medley (9:50):
a. Just One Of Those Things
b. My Heart Stood Still
c. But Beautiful
d. When Your Lover Has Gone
Selected Releases

18 Oct 1966 Hollywood: Western RecordersReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Donnie Lanier
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Chorus [Betty Jane Baker, Gwenn Johnson, Jackie Ward], Anthony Terran (trumpet), Cappy Lewis (trumpet), Oliver Mitchell (trumpet), Louis Blackburn (trombone), Lew McCreary (trombone), Dick Hyde (trombone), Plas Johnson (saxophone/woodwinds), Bill Green (saxophone/woodwinds), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/woodwinds), Buddy Collette (saxophone/woodwinds), Bernard Kundell (violin), Jerome Reisler (violin), Tibor Zelig (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Sidney Sharp (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Henry Bluestone (violin), William Kurasch (violin), Robert Sushel (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Abraham Weiss (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Joseph DiFiore (viola), Norman Botnick (viola), Joseph DiTullio (violoncell), Kurt Reher (violoncell), Armand Kaproff (violoncell), Frederick Seykora (violoncell), Bill Miller (piano), Michael Melvoin (organ), Louis Morell (guitar), Alvin Casey (guitar), Ray Pohlman (electric guitar), Ray Brown (string bass), Lawrence Knechtel (Fender bass), Gary Coleman (vibes), Hal Blaine (drums), Eddie Brackett Jr. (percussion) ... Notes: Some sources, including the "That's Life" LP, credit Ernie Freeman as conductor. Rob Dougan's 2003 remix and Michael Lener's remix in the 2016 "Express" commercial employ new instrumentation for "That's Life."

J4569-3
That's Life (3:05)  -  Kelly Gordon, Dean Kay Thompson
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra with chorus.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 That’s Life - 33-12" Album
Key Release 1966 That's Life - 45-7" Single
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album
Movie Soundtracks

J4569-3
That's Life (excerpt)  -  Kelly Gordon, Dean Kay Thompson
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
A portion of the song is heard from a Hallmark Keepsake Christmas ornament.
Selected Releases

J4569
That's Life (Rob Dougan Remix) (3:48 remix)  -  Kelly Gordon, Dean Kay Thompson
Rob Dougan's 2003 remix with new instrumentation, not commercially released.
Selected Releases

J4569
That's Life (2:59 remix)  -  Kelly Gordon, Dean Kay Thompson
Michael Lener's remix with new instrumentation.

J4569
That's Life (0:30 remix)  -  Kelly Gordon, Dean Kay Thompson
Michael Lener's remix with new instrumentation, heard in a 2016 Express clothing shops TV commercial.

17 Nov 1966 HollywoodReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Donnie Lanier
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vocal Group, Al Porcino (trumpet), Anthony Terran (trumpet), Oliver Mitchell (trumpet), Cappy Lewis (trumpet), Lew McCreary (trombone), Dick Hyde (trombone), David Wells (trombone), Louis Blackburn (trombone), Plas Johnson (saxophone/woodwinds), Bill Green (saxophone/woodwinds), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/woodwinds), Andreas Kostela (saxophone/woodwinds), Chick Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Sidney Sharp (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), William Kurasch (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Tibor Zelig (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Israel Baker (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Alex Neiman (viola), Louis Kievman (viola), Jesse Ehrlich (violoncello), Elizabeth Greenschpoon (violoncello), Bill Miller (piano), Michael Melvoin (organ), Louis Morell (guitar), Tommy Tedesco (guitar), Chuck Berghofer (string bass), Eddie Brackett Jr. (drums), Emil Richards (percussion) ... Note: Some sources, including the "That's Life" LP, credit Ernie Freeman as conductor.

J4661-9
Give Her Love (2:10)  -  James Harbert
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra with vocal group.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 That’s Life - 33-12" Album
Key Release 1967 Somethin' Stupid - 45-7" Single
1967 Es La Vida [ES] - 33-12" Album

J4662-11
What Now My Love? (2:28)  -  Gilbert Bécaud, Pierre Delanoe (Fr. w.), Carl Sigman (Eng. w.)
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra with vocal group.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 That’s Life - 33-12" Album
1967 Vol. 6 [MX] - 45-7" EP

J4663-7
Somewhere My Love (2:14)  -  Maurice Jarre, Paul Francis Webster
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 That’s Life - 33-12" Album
1967 Vol. 6 [MX] - 45-7" EP
1967 Es La Vida [ES] - 33-12" Album
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album

J4664-4+1
Winchester Cathedral (2:30 intercut)  -  Geoff Stephens
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 That’s Life - 33-12" Album
1967 Vol. 6 [MX] - 45-7" EP
1967 Es La Vida [ES] - 33-12" Album

J4664-4+1
Winchester Cathedral (excerpt)  -  Geoff Stephens
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Selected Releases

18 Nov 1966 HollywoodReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vocal Group, Al Porcino (trumpet), Bud Brisbois (trumpet), Cappy Lewis (trumpet), Anthony Terran (trumpet), Louis Blackburn (trombone), David Wells (trombone), Dick Hyde (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/woodwinds), Jay Migliori (saxophone/woodwinds), Buddy Collette (saxophone/woodwinds), Andreas Kostelas (saxophone/woodwinds), Sidney Sharp (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), Harry Bluestone (violin), William Kurasch (violin), Tibor Zelig (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Bernard Kundell (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Louis Kievman (viola), Harry Hyams (viola), Jesse Ehrlich (violoncello), Elizabeth Greenschpoon (violoncello), Bill Miller (piano), Michael Melvoin (organ), Bobby Gibbons (guitar), Louis Morell (guitar), Donald Langley (string bass), Hal Blaine (drums), Victor Feldman (percussion)

J4665-11
I Will Wait For You (2:16)  -  Jean Louis Demy (Fr. w.), Norman Gimbel (Eng. w.), Michel Legrand
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra with vocal group.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 That’s Life - 33-12" Album
1967 Es La Vida [ES] - 33-12" Album
1972 Today [AR] - 33-12" Album

J4666-4+2
You're Gonna Hear From Me (2:55 intercut)  -  André Previn, Dory Previn
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 That’s Life - 33-12" Album
1967 Es La Vida [ES] - 33-12" Album

J4667-3
Sand And Sea (2:26)  -  Gilbert Bécaud, Maurice Vidalin (Fr. w.), Mack David (Eng. w.)
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 That’s Life - 33-12" Album
1967 Es La Vida [ES] - 33-12" Album

J4668-5/7
The Impossible Dream (2:30)  -  Joe Darion, Mitch Leigh
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra with vocal group.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 That’s Life - 33-12" Album
[] - Single
1967 Vol. 6 [MX] - 45-7" EP

30 Jan 1967 Hollywood: Western RecordersReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Antonio Carlos Jobim (vocalist/guitar), Dick Noel (trombone), Bud Shank (saxophone/woodwinds), Buddy Collette (saxophone/woodwinds), Arthur Gleghorn (saxophone/woodwinds), Nathan Ross (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Bernard Kundell (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Thelma Beach (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Nino Rosso (viola), Kurt Reher (viola), Elizabeth Greenschpoon (viola), Ray Kramer (viola), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Ralph Peña (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Colin Bailey (percussion)

K4807-7
Baubles, Bangles And Beads (2:26)  -  George Forrest, Robert Wright
Arrangement: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim (vocal).
Selected Releases

K4807-7
Baubles, Bangles And Beads (2:31 long fade-out)  -  George Forrest, Robert Wright
Arrangement: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim (vocal).
Selected Releases

K4808-4
I Concentrate On You (2:35)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim (vocal).
Selected Releases

K4809-9
Dindi (3:18)  -  Ray Gilbert (Eng. w.), Antonio Carlos Jobim, Aloysio de Oliveira (Port. w.)
Arrangement: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim.
Selected Releases

K4809-9
Dindi (3:27 long fade-out)  -  Ray Gilbert (Eng. w.), Antonio Carlos Jobim, Aloysio de Oliveira (Port. w.)
Arrangement: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim.
Selected Releases

K4810-9
Change Partners (2:40)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim.
Selected Releases

K4811-1
If You Never Come To Me (incomplete)  -  Ray Gilbert (Eng w.), Antonio Carlos Jobim (Port. w. and music)
Arrangement: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim.

31 Jan 1967 Hollywood: Western RecordersReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Antonio Carlos Jobim (vocalist/guitar), Dick Noel (trombone), Bud Shank (saxophone/woodwinds), Buddy Collette (saxophone/woodwinds), Arthur Gleghorn (saxophone/woodwinds), Nathan Ross (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Bernard Kundell (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Thelma Beach (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Elizabeth Greenschpoon (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Bill Miller (piano), Ralph Peña (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Dom Um Romão (drums)

K4811
Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars (Corcovado) (2:40)  -  Antonio Carlos Jobim (Port. w. and music), Gene Lees (Eng. w.)
Arrangement: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim.
Selected Releases

K4812
If You Never Come To Me (2:08)  -  Ray Gilbert (Eng. w.), Antonio Carlos Jobim, Aloysio de Oliveira (Port. w.)
Arrangement: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim.
Selected Releases

K4813
The Girl From Ipanema (Garôta De Ipanema) (3:00)  -  Norman Gimbel (Eng. w.), Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes (Port. w.)
Arrangement: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim (vocals).
Selected Releases
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album

K4813
The Girl From Ipanema (Garôta De Ipanema) (3:12 long fade-out)  -  Norman Gimbel (Eng. w.), Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes (Port. w.)
Arrangement: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim (vocals).
Selected Releases

K4813
The Girl From Ipanema (Garôta De Ipanema) (11:09 multiple takes)  -  Norman Gimbel (Eng. w.), Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes (Port. w.)
Arrangement: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim (vocals).
Selected Releases

K4814
Meditation (Meditação) (2:52)  -  Norman Gimbel (Eng. w.), Antonio Carlos Jobim, Newton Mendonça (Port. w.)
Arrangement: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim.
Selected Releases

01 Feb 1967 Hollywood: Western Recorders (1st session)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Antonio Carlos Jobim (vocalist/guitar), Oliver Mitchell (trumpet), Roy Caton (trumpet), Dick Noel (trombone), Arthur Gleghorn (flute), Bud Shank (flute), Ronny Lang (clarinet), Nathan Ross (violin), Thelma Beach (violin), Bernard Kundell (violin), Israel Baker (violin), William Kurasch (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Harold Bluestone (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Elizabeth Greenschpoon (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Bill Miller (piano), Donald Owens (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Glen Campbell (guitar), Alvin Casey (guitar), Ralph Peña (string bass), Carol Kaye (electric bass), Dom Um Romão (drums/percussion), Irv Cottler (drums/percussion), Hal Blaine (drums/percussion), Eddie Brackett Jr. (drums/percussion), Victor Feldman (drums/percussion) ... NOTE: Jobim and Romão did not play on "Drinking Again."

K4815-10
Once I Loved (O Amor Em Paz) (2:36)  -  Ray Gilbert (Eng w.), Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes (Port. w.)
Arrangement: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim.
Selected Releases

K4816-7
How Insensitive (Insensatez) (3:15)  -  Norman Gimbel (Eng. w.), Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes (Port. w.)
Arrangement: Claus Ogerman
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim (vocals).
Selected Releases

K4817-6
Drinking Again (3:09)  -  Johnny Mercer, Doris Tauber
Arrangement: Claus Ogerman
Selected Releases
Key Release 1967 The World We Knew - 33-12" Album

01 Feb 1967 Hollywood: Western Recorders (2nd session)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Billy Strange
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Nancy Sinatra (vocalist), Oliver Mitchell (trumpet), Roy Caton (trumpet), Nathan Ross (violin), Thelma Beach (violin), Bernard Kundell (violin), Israel Baker (violin), William Kurasch (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Bill Miller (piano), Donald Owens (piano), Alvin Casey (guitar), Glen Campbell (guitar), Ralph Peña (string bass), Carol Kaye (electric bass), Hal Blaine (drums), Victor Feldman (percussion)

K4818-2
Somethin' Stupid (2:35)  -  C. Carson Parks
Arrangement: Billy Strange
Frank Sinatra with Nancy Sinatra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1967 The World We Knew - 33-12" Album
Key Release 1967 Somethin' Stupid - 45-7" Single
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album
Movie Soundtracks

K4818-2
Somethin' Stupid [Part 1] (0:53 excerpt/overdub)  -  C. Carson Parks
Arrangement: Billy Strange
Frank Sinatra with Nancy Sinatra.

An excerpt with sound effects and spoken overdubs by Dutch deejay Tineke Nooij was employed for a Negram Delta promo 45. Negram represented Reprise in Holland in the 1960s and '70s.
Selected Releases

K4818-2
Somethin' Stupid [Part 2] (0:24 excerpt)  -  C. Carson Parks
Arrangement: Billy Strange
Frank Sinatra with Nancy Sinatra.

A second excerpt was employed for the closing of a Negram Delta promo 45. Negram represented Reprise in Holland in the 1960s and '70s.
Selected Releases

K4818-2
Somethin' Stupid (3:42 session chatter)  -  C. Carson Parks
Arrangement: Billy Strange
Frank Sinatra with Nancy Sinatra.
Selected Releases
Movie Soundtracks

29 Jun 1967 New York: A&R Studios (1st personnel lineup)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Gordon Jenkins
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Mel Davis (trumpet), Ernie Royal (trumpet), Clark Terry (trumpet), Bernie Glow (trumpet), Markie Markowitz (trumpet), Buddy Morrow (trombone), Wayne Andre (trombone), Bob Alexander (trombone), Paul Faulise (bass trombone), Richard Berg (frenchhorn), Ray Alonge (frenchhorn), Brooks Tillotson (frenchhorn), Romeo Penque (saxophone/woodwinds), George Berg (saxophone/woodwinds), Ted Gompers (saxophone/woodwinds), Vincent Abato (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Estrin (saxophone/woodwinds), Phil Bodner (saxophone/woodwinds), Ray Beckenstein (saxophone/woodwinds), David Nadien (violin), Gene Orloff (violin), Sylvan Shulman (violin), Mac Ceppos (violin), Mannie Green (violin), Tosha Samaroff (violin), Raoul Poliakin (violin), Leo Kruczek (violin), Julius Schechter (violin), Julius Brand (violin), Joe Malin (violin), Paul Winter (violin), Max Hollander (violin), Charles Libove (violin), Fred Buldrini (violin), Aaron Rosand (violin), Sidney Brecher (viola), Arnold Magnes (viola), George Brown (viola), Harold Coletta (viola), Alfred Brown (viola), Harold Furmansky (viola), Maurice Bialkin (violoncello), Maurice Brown (violoncello), Alan Shulman (violoncello), Charles McCracken (violoncello), Peter Makas Jr. (violoncello), Joseph Tekula (violoncello), Margaret Ross (harp), Stan Freeman (piano), Moe Wechsler (piano), Eric Gale (guitar), Al Caiola (guitar), Bucky Pizzarelli (guitar), Carl Lynch (guitar), Toots Thielemans (guitar/harmonica), Milt Hinton (string bass), Gary Chester (drums), George Devens (percussion), Bobby Rosengarden (percussion), Phil Kraus (percussion)

K5296-4
You Are There (3:27)  -  Harry Sukman, Paul Francis Webster
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases
Key Release 1967 The World We Knew - 33-12" Album
1967 Vol. 8 [MX] - 45-7" EP

29 Jun 1967 New York: A&R Studios (2nd personnel lineup)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Billy Strange
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Mel Davis (trumpet), Ernie Royal (trumpet), Clark Terry (trumpet), Bernie Glow (trumpet), Markie Markowitz (trumpet), Dick Hyde** (trombone), Lew McCreary** (trombone), Buddy Morrow (trombone), Wayne Andre (trombone), Bob Alexander (trombone), Paul Faulise (bass trombone), Richard Berg (frenchhorn), Ray Alonge (frenchhorn), Brooks Tillotson (frenchhorn), Romeo Penque (saxophone/woodwinds), George Berg (saxophone/woodwinds), Ted Gompers (saxophone/woodwinds), Vincent Abato (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Estrin (saxophone/woodwinds), Phil Bodner (saxophone/woodwinds), Ray Beckenstein (saxophone/woodwinds), David Nadien (violin), Gene Orloff (violin), Sylvan Shulman (violin), Mac Ceppos (violin), Mannie Green (violin), Tosha Samaroff (violin), Raoul Poliakin (violin), Leo Kruczek (violin), Julius Schechter (violin), Julius Brand (violin), Joe Malin (violin), Paul Winter (violin), Max Hollander (violin), Charles Libove (violin), Fred Buldrini (violin), Aaron Rosand (violin), Sidney Brecher (viola), Arnold Magnes (viola), George Brown (viola), Harold Coletta (viola), Alfred Brown (viola), Harold Furmansky (viola), Maurice Bialkin (violoncello), Maurice Brown (violoncello), Alan Shulman (violoncello), Charles McCracken (violoncello), Peter Makas Jr. (violoncello), Joseph Tekula (violoncello), Margaret Ross (harp), Don Randi** (piano), Stan Freeman* (piano), Moe Wechsler* (piano), Donnie Lanier** (guitar), Dennis Budimir** (guitar), Bobby Gibbons** (guitar), Louis Morell** (guitar), Eric Gale* (guitar), Al Caiola* (guitar), Bucky Pizzarelli* (guitar), Carl Lynch* (guitar), Toots Thielemans* (guitar/harmonica), Lawrence Knechtel** (string bass/Fender bass), Chuck Berghofer** (string bass/Fender bass), Carol Kaye** (string bass/Fender bass), Milt Hinton* (string bass), Hal Blaine** (drums), Gary Chester* (drums), Milt Holland** (percussion), Gary Coleman** (percussion), George Devens* (percussion), Bobby Rosengarden (percussion), Phil Kraus* (percussion) ... */**NOTE: Musicians designated with an asterisk would record their parts again at a second session after midnight on June 30, 1967 for "The World We Knew" and "This Town," and their parts would be added to the personnel for the July 24, 1967 remake of "This Town." Musicians designated with two asterisks would record on July 1, 1967 in Hollywood, under the direction of Billy Strange.

K5297-5+6
The World We Knew (Over And Over) (2:46 intercut)  -  Bert Kaempfert, Herbert Rehbein, Carl Sigman
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
"The World We Knew" LP credits Ernie Freeman as conductor.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1967 The World We Knew - 33-12" Album
1967 Vol. 8 [MX] - 45-7" EP
1968 Top Pops #249 - 33-12" Album
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album

K5297-5+6
The World We Knew (Over And Over) (excerpt)  -  Bert Kaempfert, Herbert Rehbein, Carl Sigman
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
"The World We Knew" LP credits Ernie Freeman as conductor.
Selected Releases

K5298-2
This Town (unreleased)  -  Lee Hazlewood
Arrangement: Billy Strange
"This Town" would be remade on July 24, 1967.

24 Jul 1967 Hollywood: United Recording Studios (1st session)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Gordon Jenkins
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), James Decker (frenchhorn), Arthur Frantz (frenchhorn), Alan Robinson (frenchhorn), Richard Mackey (frenchhorn), Arthur Gleghorn (flute), Arnold Koblentz (oboe), Bert Gassman (oboe), Lloyd Hildebrand (bassoon), Wayne Songer (clarinet), Blake Reynolds (clarinet), Ethmer Roten (flute/clarinet), Sheridon Stokes (flute/clarinet), Mischa Russell (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Joseph Livoti (violin), Joseph Quadri (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Harry Bluestone (violin), David Frisina (violin), Nathan Kaproff (violin), Carl LaMagna (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Nicholas Pisani (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Alfred Lustgarten (violin), Jack Gootkin (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Samuel Cytron [Levine] (violin), Walter Edelstein (violin), Anatol Kaminsky (violin), Murray Kellner (violin), Louis Kievman (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Milton Thomas (viola), Samuel Boghossian (viola), Sanford Schonback (viola), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Ann Mason Stockton (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Hendrickson (guitar), Keith Mitchell (string bass), Nick Fatool (drums/percussion), Eddie Brackett Jr. (drums/percussion), Lou Singer (drums/percussion)

K6108-3
Born Free (2:01)  -  Don Black, John Barry
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases
Key Release 1967 The World We Knew - 33-12" Album

K6109-12+13
This Is My Love (3:31 intercut)  -  James Harbert
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases
Key Release 1967 The World We Knew - 33-12" Album
Key Release 1967 This Town - 45-7" Single

K6110
This Is My Song (2:26)  -  Charles Chaplin
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
"The World We Knew" LP credits Ernie Freeman as conductor.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1967 The World We Knew - 33-12" Album

24 Jul 1967 Hollywood: United Recording Studios (2nd session; 1st personnel lineup)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vocal Group [Betty Jane Baker, Peggy Clark, Gwenn Johnson, Sally Stevens, Jackie Ward, Gloria Wood], Roy Caton (trumpet), Dick Forrest (trumpet), Virgil Evans (trumpet), Anthony Terran (trumpet), Oliver Mitchell (trumpet), Morris Repass (trombone), Dick Hyde (trombone), Lew McCreary (trombone), Robert Knight (bass trombone), James Horn (saxophone/woodwinds), Bill Green (saxophone/woodwinds), Sidney Sharp (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), William Kurasch (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Harry Bluestone (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Tibor Zelig (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Harry Hyams (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Joseph Saxon (violoncello), Jesse Ehrlich (violoncello), Bill Miller (piano), Michael Melvoin (piano), Donnie Lanier (guitar), Alvin Casey (guitar), Louis Morell (guitar), Glen Campbell (guitar), Chuck Berghofer (string bass), Carol Kaye (Fender bass), Hal Blaine (drums), Frank Capp (percussion), Victor Feldman (percussion) ... NOTE: The background vocalists were recorded at United on July 27, 1967.

K6111-4
Don't Sleep In The Subway (2:17)  -  Tony Hatch, Jackie Trent
Arrangement: Ernie Freeman
Frank Sinatra with vocal group.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1967 The World We Knew - 33-12" Album
1972 Today [AR] - 33-12" Album

24 Jul 1967 Hollywood: United Recording Studios (2nd session; 2nd personnel lineup)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: H.B. Barnum
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Roy Caton (trumpet), Dick Forrest (trumpet), Virgil Evans (trumpet), Anthony Terran (trumpet), Oliver Mitchell (trumpet), Morris Repass (trombone), Dick Hyde (trombone), Lew McCreary (trombone), Robert Knight (bass trombone), James Horn (saxophone/woodwinds), Bill Green (saxophone/woodwinds), Sidney Sharp (violin), Lennie Malarsky (violin), William Kurasch (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Harry Bluestone (violin), Victor Arno (violin), Tibor Zelig (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Harry Hyams (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Joseph Saxon (violoncello), Jesse Ehrlich (violoncello), Bill Miller (piano), Michael Melvoin (piano), Donnie Lanier (guitar), Alvin Casey (guitar), Louis Morell (guitar), Glen Campbell (guitar), Chuck Berghofer (string bass), Carol Kaye (Fender bass), Hal Blaine (drums), Frank Capp (percussion), Victor Feldman (percussion)

K6112-4
Some Enchanted Evening (2:33)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: H.B. Barnum
Selected Releases
Key Release 1967 The World We Knew - 33-12" Album
1968 Sinatra [JP] - 33-12" Album
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album

24 Jul 1967