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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Jan 1966 Las Vegas: The Sands Hotel (January 26 - February 1, 1966)Concert Recording
Conductor: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Al Aarons (trumpet), Sonny Cohn (trumpet), Wallace Davenport (trumpet), Harry Edison (trumpet), Phil Guilbeau (trumpet), Henderson Chambers (trombone), Al Grey (trombone), Bill Hughes (trombone), Grover Mitchell (trombone), Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (saxophone/woodwinds), Eric Dixon (saxophone/woodwinds), Charles Fowlkes (saxophone/woodwinds), Marshall Royal (saxophone/woodwinds), Bobby Platter (saxophone/woodwinds), Count Basie (piano), Freddie Green (guitar), Norman Keenan (string bass), Sonny Payne (drums) ... Note: The exact recording date for each track is unknown.

J4097
I've Got A Crush On You (2:35)  -  George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

I've Got A Crush On You (2:59 1st alternate)  -  George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 2006 Sinatra: Vegas - CD/DVD Album

I've Got A Crush On You (3:36 2nd alternate)  -  George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

J4098
I've Got You Under My Skin (3:40)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

I've Got You Under My Skin (3:27 1st alternate)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 2006 Sinatra: Vegas - CD/DVD Album

I've Got You Under My Skin (3:28 2nd alternate)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

J4099
The September Of My Years (2:58)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

The September Of My Years (3:03 1st alternate)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 2006 Sinatra: Vegas - CD/DVD Album

The September Of My Years (3:07 2nd alternate)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

J4100
Street Of Dreams (2:12)  -  Sam M. Lewis, Victor Young
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

Street Of Dreams (2:13 1st alternate)  -  Sam M. Lewis, Victor Young
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 2006 Sinatra: Vegas - CD/DVD Album

Street Of Dreams (2:33 2nd alternate)  -  Sam M. Lewis, Victor Young
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

J4101
You Make Me Feel So Young (3:20 spoken intro)  -  Mack Gordon, Josef Myrow
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

J4101
You Make Me Feel So Young (2:57 edit)  -  Mack Gordon, Josef Myrow
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1966 Summer Wind - 45-7" Single

J4101
You Make Me Feel So Young (3:02 spoken/edit)  -  Mack Gordon, Josef Myrow
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

You Make Me Feel So Young (3:16 1st alternate)  -  Mack Gordon, Josef Myrow
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 2006 Sinatra: Vegas - CD/DVD Album

You Make Me Feel So Young (3:19 2nd alternate)  -  Mack Gordon, Josef Myrow
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

J4102
The Shadow Of Your Smile (2:31 spoken intro)  -  Johnny Mandel, Paul Francis Webster
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
1967 Vol. 5 [MX] - 45-7" EP

J4102
The Shadow Of Your Smile (2:26)  -  Johnny Mandel, Paul Francis Webster
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

J4102
The Shadow Of Your Smile (2:46 FS thanks Q)  -  Johnny Mandel, Paul Francis Webster
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

The Shadow Of Your Smile (2:40 1st alternate)  -  Johnny Mandel, Paul Francis Webster
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 2006 Sinatra: Vegas - CD/DVD Album

The Shadow Of Your Smile (2:29 2nd alternate)  -  Johnny Mandel, Paul Francis Webster
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

J4103
"The Tea Break" (Monologue) (11:50 spoken)  -  
Selected Releases

Sands Monologue 1966 (15:55 spoken)  -  
Selected Releases

Monologue [#1] (8:33 spoken)  -  
Selected Releases
Key Release 2006 Sinatra: Vegas - CD/DVD Album

Monologue [#1] (4:19 spoken)  -  
Selected Releases

J4104
It Was A Very Good Year (3:58 spoken intro)  -  Ervin Drake
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

It Was A Very Good Year (3:51 1st alternate)  -  Ervin Drake
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 2006 Sinatra: Vegas - CD/DVD Album

It Was A Very Good Year (4:02 2nd alternate)  -  Ervin Drake
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

J4105
Don't Worry 'Bout Me (3:45 spoken intro)  -  Rube Bloom, Ted Koehler
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

Don't Worry 'Bout Me (3:15 alternate)  -  Rube Bloom, Ted Koehler
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 2006 Sinatra: Vegas - CD/DVD Album

J4106
My Kind Of Town (3:04)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

J4106
My Kind Of Town (2:50 edit)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

My Kind Of Town (2:54 1st alternate)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 2006 Sinatra: Vegas - CD/DVD Album

My Kind Of Town (2:55 2nd alternate)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

J4106a
My Kind Of Town (Reprise) (0:55)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

My Kind Of Town (Reprise) (1:44 1st alternate)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra
Selected Releases
Key Release 2006 Sinatra: Vegas - CD/DVD Album

My Kind Of Town (Reprise) (1:38 2nd alternate)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra
Selected Releases

J4107
One For My Baby (And One More For The Road) (4:42 spoken intro)  -  Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Harry Edison (trumpet) and Bill Miller (piano).
Selected Releases
Movie Soundtracks

J4108
Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) (2:50 spoken intro)  -  Bart Howard
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

J4108
Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) (2:22)  -  Bart Howard
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) (2:46 1st alternate)  -  Bart Howard
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 2006 Sinatra: Vegas - CD/DVD Album

Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) (2:53 2nd alternate)  -  Bart Howard
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

J4109
Get Me To The Church On Time (2:25)  -  Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

J4109
Get Me To The Church On Time (2:10 edit)  -  Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

Get Me To The Church On Time (2:06 alternate)  -  Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 2006 Sinatra: Vegas - CD/DVD Album

J4110
Angel Eyes (3:28 spoken intro)  -  Earl Brent, Matt Dennis
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Harry Edison (trumpet) and Bill Miller (piano).
Selected Releases

Angel Eyes (3:02 alternate)  -  Earl Brent, Matt Dennis
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Harry Edison (trumpet) and Bill Miller (piano).
Selected Releases

J4111
Where Or When (2:40)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

Where Or When (2:51 alternate)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

J4112
Come Fly With Me (3:48 spoken intro)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Includes spoken intro by announcer and FS.
Selected Releases

J4112
Come Fly With Me (2:48)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Movie Soundtracks

J4112
Come Fly With Me (2:54 FS spoken intro)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

Come Fly With Me (3:03 1st alternate)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 2006 Sinatra: Vegas - CD/DVD Album

Come Fly With Me (4:05 2nd alternate)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

"A Few Last Words" (Monologue) (2:35 spoken)  -  
Selected Releases

Introductions [Monologue #2] (4:39 spoken)  -  
Selected Releases
Key Release 2006 Sinatra: Vegas - CD/DVD Album

Introductions [Monologue #2] (6:26 spoken)  -  
Selected Releases

Luck, Be A Lady (4:40 spoken intro)  -  Frank Loesser
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

Luck, Be A Lady (4:34 1st alternate)  -  Frank Loesser
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases
Key Release 2006 Sinatra: Vegas - CD/DVD Album

Luck, Be A Lady (5:04 2nd alternate)  -  Frank Loesser
Arrangement: Quincy Jones
Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and His Orchestra.
Selected Releases

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

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.

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

25 Jul 1968 New York: Columbia Recording StudioReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Bill Miller
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vocal Group [William Bronson, Lillian Clark, Harry Duvall, Corina Manetto, Ronald Martin, Linda November, James Ryan, Louise Stuart], Urbie Green (trombone), Johnny Messner (trombone), Buddy Morrow (trombone), Paul Faulise (bass trombone), Richard Berg (frenchhorn), Fred Klein (frenchhorn), Albert Richmond (frenchhorn), Joseph De Angelis (frenchhorn), Fred Buldrini (violin), Peter Buonconsiglio (violin), Harry Katzman (violin), George Ockner (violin), Tosha Samaroff (violin), Julius Schechter (violin), Joe Malin (violin), Felix Giglio (violin), Stanley Karpienia (violin), Carmel Malin (violin), Alvin Rogers (violin), Jesse Tryon (violin), Alfred Brown (viola), Harold Furmansky (viola), Emanuel Vardi (viola), Norman Forrest (viola), Maurice Brown (violoncello), Charles McCracken (violoncello), David Moore (violoncello), Harry Wimmer (violoncello), Robert Maxwell (harp), Ernest Hayes (piano/celeste), Ralph Casale (guitar), Al Casamenti (guitar), Bucky Pizzarelli (guitar), Frank Bruno (string bass), Nick Perito (accordion), Douglas Allan (drums/percussion), Buddy Saltzman (drums/percussion)

L5401
My Way Of Life (3:05)  -  Bert Kaempfert, Herbert Rehbein, Carl Sigman
Arrangement: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra with vocal group.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1968 My Way Of Life - 45-7" Single
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album
1969 Top Pops #304 - 33-12" Album

L5402
Cycles (3:09)  -  Gayle Caldwell
Arrangement: Don Costa
From Nancy Sinatra's book "Frank Sinatra, My Father": "'Cycles,' the song, was rerecorded in New York and I had the great pleasure of 'producing' it at my dad's request, so that 'Don can be in the room with me.' What an honor. Of course I had by then proven myself by selling a lot of records of my own. But the fact that Dad trusted me–that meant more than my gold records."
Frank Sinatra with vocal group.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1968 Cycles - 45-7" Single
1977 My Way [UK] - 45-7" EP

L5402
Cycles (excerpt)  -  Gayle Caldwell
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

L5403
Whatever Happened To Christmas? (3:03)  -  Jimmy Webb
Arrangement: Don Costa
Reprise single 0790 and "The Sinatra Family Wish You A Merry Christmas" LP credit Don Costa as conductor.
Frank Sinatra with vocal group.
Selected Releases

11 Nov 1968 Hollywood: Western RecordersReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Conte Candoli (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), Renauld Jones (trumpet), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Louis Blackburn (trombone), Tommy Pederson (trombone), Jimmy Priddy (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), John Cave (frenchhorn), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), Gene Cipriano (saxophone/woodwinds), John Kelson (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Joe Koch (saxophone/woodwinds), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/woodwinds), Victor Arno (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Victor Bay (violin), Robert Konrad (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Virginia Majewski (viola), Barbara Simons (viola), Milton Thomas (viola), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Chuck Berghofer (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), John Cyr (percussion)

L6927
Blue Lace (2:43)  -  Bill Jacob, Patti Jacob, Riz Ortolani
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 My Way - 45-7" Single
Movie Soundtracks

L6928
Star! (2:32)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Selected Releases
Key Release 1968 Rain In My Heart - 45-7" Single

13 Nov 1968 Hollywood: Western RecordersReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Bill Miller
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vocal Group [Nancy Adams, Betty Baker, Vangie Carmichael, Bill Cole, Ronald Hicklin, Sally Stevens, Robert Tebow, Robert Zwirn], Conte Candoli (trumpet), Pete Candoli (trumpet), Erno Neufeld (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Mischa Russell (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Paul Robyn (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Joseph Saxon (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Pete Jolly (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Bill Pitman (guitar), David Cohen (guitar), Joe Mondragon (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Milt Holland (percussion), Emil Richards (percussion)

L6929
Little Green Apples (4:55)  -  Bobby Russell
Arrangement: Don Costa
"Little Green Apples," with the same master number, is attributed to both the November 12 and 13 sessions. According to "The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings" box set book, the released version of L6929 was recorded on November 13.
Selected Releases
1969 My Way [ES] - 45-7" Single

L6932
Moody River (2:33)  -  Gary D. Bruce
Arrangement: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra with vocal group.
Selected Releases

L6932
Moody River (2:40 spoken intro)  -  Gary D. Bruce
Arrangement: Don Costa
0:07 intro by William B. Williams.
Frank Sinatra with vocal group.
Selected Releases

L6933
Pretty Colors (2:32)  -  Al Gorgoni, Chip Taylor
Arrangement: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra with vocal group.
Selected Releases

30 Dec 1968 Hollywood: Western RecordersReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Bill Miller
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Conte Candoli (trumpet), Bud Brisbois (trumpet), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Milt Bernhart (trombone), Louis Blackburn (trombone), Tommy Pederson (trombone), Ernie Tack (bass trombone), Arthur Frantz (frenchhorn), James McGee (frenchhorn), George Price (frenchhorn), Buddy Collette (saxophone/woodwinds), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Justin Gordon (saxophone/woodwinds), Ted Nash (saxophone/woodwinds), Ethmer Roten (saxophone/woodwinds), Thelma Beach (violin), Maurice Dicterow (violin), Sam Freed Jr. (violin), David Frisina (violin), William Kurasch (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Sally Raderman (violin), Mischa Russell (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Barbara Simons (viola), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Lester Harris (violoncello), Irving Lipschultz (violoncello), Joseph Saxon (violoncello), Ann Mason Stockton (harp), Lou Levy (piano), Bobby Gibbons (guitar), Bill Pitman (guitar), Al Viola (guitar), Joe Mondragon (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Alan Estes (percussion), Wallace Snow (percussion) ... Note: The "My Way" LP credits Don Costa as conductor for the entire album. ... The elements for the electronic duet version with Yuzo Kayama were recorded on April 23 and 30, 2015.

L7053
My Way (4:35)  -  Paul Anka (Eng. w.), Claude François (Fr. w. and music), Jacques Revaux, Gilles Thibault
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 My Way - 33-12" Album
Key Release 1969 My Way - 45-7" Single
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album
Movie Soundtracks

L7053
My Way (excerpt)  -  Paul Anka (Eng. w.), Claude François (Fr. w. and music), Jacques Revaux, Gilles Thibault
Arrangement: Don Costa
A portion of the song is heard from Franklin Mint's music box and musical plate.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1997 My Way [Music Box] - Music Box Single

L7053
My Way (4:38 electronic duet)  -  Paul Anka (Eng. w.), Claude François (Fr. w. and music), Jacques Revaux, Gilles Thibault
Arrangement: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra with Yuzo Kayama (dubbed).
Selected Releases

12 Feb 1969 Hollywood: Western RecordersReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Morris Stoloff
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Antonio Carlos Jobim (vocalist/guitar), Milt Bernhart (trombone), Dick Nash (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), John Cave (frenchhorn), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), Arthur Maebe (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), Buddy Collette (saxophone/woodwinds), Paul Horn (saxophone/woodwinds), Ronny Lang (saxophone/woodwinds), Don Lodice (saxophone/woodwinds), Ted Nash (saxophone/woodwinds), Israel Baker (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Bernard Kundell (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Sally Raderman (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Virginia Majewski (viola), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Jacqueline Lustgarten (violoncello), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Bill Miller (piano), Eumir Deodato (piano), Chuck Berghofer (string bass), Francisco de Souza (drums/percussion), Claudio Slon (drums/percussion)

M7162
Someone To Light Up My Life (Se Todos Fossem Iguais A Você) (2:37)  -  Antonio Carlos Jobim, Gene Lees (Eng. w.), Vinicius de Moraes (Port. w.)
Arrangement: Eumir Deodato
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 Sinatra Jobim - 8-Track Cart Album
Key Release 1971 Sinatra & Company* - 33-12" Album

M7163
Off Key (Desafinado) (2:58)  -  Jon Hendricks (Eng. w.), Antonio Carlos Jobim, Newton Mendonça (Port. w.)
Arrangement: Eumir Deodato
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim (vocals).
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 Sinatra Jobim - 8-Track Cart Album

M7164
Drinking Water (Água de Beber) (2:35)  -  Norman Gimbel (Eng. w.), Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes (Port. w.)
Arrangement: Eumir Deodato
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim (vocals).
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 Sinatra Jobim - 8-Track Cart Album
Key Release 1971 Sinatra & Company* - 33-12" Album

M7145
Bonita (3:38)  -  Ray Gilbert, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Gene Lees
Arrangement: Eumir Deodato
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim.
See session for February 11, 1969.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 Sinatra Jobim - 8-Track Cart Album
1978 The Singles [IT] - 33-12" Album

13 Feb 1969 Hollywood: Western RecordersReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Morris Stoloff
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Antonio Carlos Jobim (vocalist/guitar), Milt Bernhart (trombone), Dick Nash (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), John Cave (frenchhorn), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), William Hinshaw (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), Paul Horn (saxophone/woodwinds), Ronny Lang (saxophone/woodwinds), Don Lodice (saxophone/woodwinds), Ted Nash (saxophone/woodwinds), Bud Shank (saxophone/woodwinds), Israel Baker (violin), Thelma Beach (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Nathan Kaproff (violin), William Kurasch (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Stanley Plummer (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Sally Raderman (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Reuben Marcus (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Jacqueline Lustgarten (violoncello), Bill Miller (piano), Eumir Deodato (piano), Chuck Berghofer (string bass), Francisco de Souza (drums/percussion), João Palma (drums/percussion), Claudio Slon (drums/percussion)

M7165
Song Of The Sabiá (Sabiá) (3:35)  -  Norman Gimbel (Eng. w.), Chico Buarque de Hollanda (Port. w.), Antonio Carlos Jobim
Arrangement: Eumir Deodato
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 Sinatra Jobim - 8-Track Cart Album
Key Release 1970 Lady Day - 45-7" Single
1970 Schlagers! - 33-12" Album
1972 Today [AR] - 33-12" Album

M7166
This Happy Madness (Estrada Branca) (2:52)  -  Antonio Carlos Jobim, Gene Lees (Eng. w.), Vinicius de Moraes (Port. w.)
Arrangement: Eumir Deodato
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim (vocals).
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 Sinatra Jobim - 8-Track Cart Album
Key Release 1971 Sinatra & Company* - 33-12" Album

M7167
Triste (2:40)  -  Antonio Carlos Jobim
Arrangement: Eumir Deodato
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 Sinatra Jobim - 8-Track Cart Album
Key Release 1971 Sinatra & Company* - 33-12" Album

18 Feb 1969 Hollywood: Western RecordersReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), John Cave (frenchhorn), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), Gene Cipriano (saxophone/woodwinds), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Justin Gordon (saxophone/woodwinds), Paul Horn (saxophone/woodwinds), Ronny Lang (saxophone/woodwinds), Ted Nash (saxophone/woodwinds), Israel Baker (violin), Thelma Beach (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Sally Raderman (violin), Mischa Russell (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Allan Harshman (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Virginia Majewski (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Jacqueline Lustgarten (violoncello), Kurt Reher (violoncello), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano/celeste), Lou Levy (piano/celeste), Joe Pass (guitar), Chuck Berghofer (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Emil Richards (percussion)

M7180
All My Tomorrows (4:36)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 My Way - 33-12" Album

M7181
Didn't We (2:55)  -  Jimmy Webb
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 My Way - 33-12" Album

M7181
Didn't We parte 1 (8-track edit)  -  Jimmy Webb
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

M7181
Didn't We concl. (8-track edit)  -  Jimmy Webb
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

20 Feb 1969 Hollywood: Western RecordersReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), John Cave (frenchhorn), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), Gene Cipriano (saxophone/woodwinds), Justin Gordon (saxophone/woodwinds), Lloyd Hildebrand (saxophone/woodwinds), Ronny Lang (saxophone/woodwinds), Don Lodice (saxophone/woodwinds), Bud Shank (saxophone/woodwinds), Israel Baker (violin), Thelma Beach (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Sally Raderman (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Mischa Russell (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Allan Harshman (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Jacqueline Lustgarten (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano/celeste/harpsichord), Lou Levy (piano/celeste/harpsichord), Al Viola (guitar), Chuck Berghofer (string bass), John Guerin (drums), Emil Richards (percussion)

M7182
A Day In The Life Of A Fool (Manhã de Carnaval) (2:58)  -  Luiz Bonfá, Antonio Mariz (Port. w.), Carl Sigman (Eng. w.)
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 My Way - 33-12" Album

M7182
A Day In The Life Of A Fool (Manhã de Carnaval) parte 1 (8-track edit)  -  Luiz Bonfá, Antonio Mariz (Port. w.), Carl Sigman (Eng. w.)
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

M7182
A Day In The Life Of A Fool (Manhã de Carnaval) concl. (8-track edit)  -  Luiz Bonfá, Antonio Mariz (Port. w.), Carl Sigman (Eng. w.)
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

M7183
Yesterday (3:54)  -  John Lennon, Paul McCartney
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 My Way - 33-12" Album

M7220
If You Go Away (3:31)  -  Jacques Brel (Fr. w. and music), Rod McKuen (Eng. w.)
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 My Way - 33-12" Album

24 Feb 1969 Hollywood: United Recording StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Pete Candoli (trumpet), Don Fagerquist (trumpet), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Ray Triscari (trumpet), Louis Blackburn (trombone), Lew McCreary (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), Bob Hardaway (saxophone/woodwinds), Paul Horn (saxophone/woodwinds), Don Lodice (saxophone/woodwinds), Bud Shank (saxophone/woodwinds), Nino Tempo (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Bluestone (violin), Harold Dicterow (violin), Bonnie Douglas (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Sally Raderman (violin), Mischa Russell (violin), Paul Shure (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Cecil Figelski (viola), Barbara Simons (viola), Jacqueline Lustgarten (violoncello), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Ann Mason Stockton (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Lou Levy (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Monty Budwig (string bass), Hubert Anderson (vibraphone), Alvin Stoller (drums)

M7221
Watch What Happens (2:17)  -  Jacques Louis Demy (Fr. w.), Norman Gimbel (Eng. w.), Michel Legrand
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 My Way - 33-12" Album
1972 Today [AR] - 33-12" Album

M7222
For Once In My Life (2:48)  -  Ronald Miller, Orlando Murden
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 My Way - 33-12" Album
1969 Twin Deluxe [JP] - 33-12" Album

M7223
Mrs. Robinson (2:52)  -  Paul Simon
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 My Way - 33-12" Album

M7224
Hallelujah, I Love Her So (2:47)  -  Ray Charles
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases
Key Release 1969 My Way - 33-12" Album

20 Mar 1969 Hollywood: Western RecordersReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), John Cave (frenchhorn), James Decker (frenchhorn), James McGee (frenchhorn), Arthur Maebe (frenchhorn), Gene Cipriano (saxophone/woodwinds), Norman Herzberg (saxophone/woodwinds), Bill Hood (saxophone/woodwinds), Ronny Lang (saxophone/woodwinds), Don Lodice (saxophone/woodwinds), Ted Nash (saxophone/woodwinds), Bud Shank (saxophone/woodwinds), Nino Tempo (saxophone/woodwinds), Thelma Beach (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), James Getzoff (violin), William Kurasch (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Sally Raderman (violin), Mischa Russell (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Tibor Zelig (violin), Alvin Dinkin (viola), Alex Neiman (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Paul Robyn (viola), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Jacqueline Lustgarten (violoncello), Kathryn Julye (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Chuck Berghofer (string bass), Eddie Gilbert (string bass), Alvin Stoller (drums), Larry Bunker (percussion)

M7267
The Beautiful Strangers (2:36)  -  Rod McKuen
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

M7268
A Man Alone (3:42)  -  Rod McKuen
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

M7269
A Man Alone (Reprise) (1:29)  -  Rod McKuen
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

M7270
Love's Been Good To Me (3:24)  -  Rod McKuen
Arrangement: Don Costa
Selected Releases

28 Oct 1970 Hollywood: Goldwyn StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Lennie Hayton
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Robert Bryant (trumpet), Pete Candoli (trumpet), Ray Triscari (trumpet), Conte Candoli (trumpet), Dick Noel (trombone), Dick Nash (trombone), Ken Shroyer (bass trombone), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), John Cave (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), Don Lodice (saxophone/woodwinds), Bob Hardaway (saxophone/woodwinds), Tony Ortega (saxophone/woodwinds), Abe Most (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Klee (saxophone/woodwinds), Bernard Kundell (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Harry Bluestone (violin), Kurt Dieterle (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Jacques Gasselin (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Mischa Russell (violin), Lou Raderman (violin), Frederick Seykora (violoncello), Ray Kramer (violoncello), Joseph Saxon (violoncello), Emmet Sargeant (violoncello), Margaret Aue (violoncello), Joseph DiTullio (violoncello), Gayle Levant (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Ray Brown (string bass), Joe Mondragon (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Larry Bunker (percussion)

N19267
I'm Not Afraid (3:36)  -  Jacques Brel, Gerard Jouannest, Rod McKuen
Arrangement: Lennie Hayton
Selected Releases
Key Release 1971 I'm Not Afraid - 45-7" Single
1972 Today [AR] - 33-12" Album

N19267
I'm Not Afraid (Begin.) (8-track edit)  -  Jacques Brel, Gerard Jouannest, Rod McKuen
Arrangement: Lennie Hayton
Selected Releases

N19267
I'm Not Afraid (Concl.) (8-track edit)  -  Jacques Brel, Gerard Jouannest, Rod McKuen
Arrangement: Lennie Hayton
Selected Releases

N19268
Something (3:30)  -  George Harrison
Arrangement: Lennie Hayton
Selected Releases
Key Release 1971 Bein' Green - 45-7" Single
1972 Today [AR] - 33-12" Album

21 Jun 1973 Hollywood: Goldwyn StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Charles Loper (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), Ken Shroyer (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), Gale Robinson (frenchhorn), Sinclair Lott (frenchhorn), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone/clarinet), Wayne Songer (clarinet), Willie Schwartz (alto saxophone/clarinet), Norman Benno (oboe), Louise DiTullio (bass flute), Arthur Brown (violin), Mischa Russell (violin), Harry Bluestone (violin), Israel Baker (violin), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), William Hymanson (violin), Alex Murray (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Alex Neiman (viola), Louis Kievman (viola), Virginia Majewski (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Gayle Levant (harp), Terry Trotter (piano), Alvin Casey (guitar), Al Viola (guitar), Dennis Budimir (guitar), James Hughart (string bass), John Guerin (drums), Alan Estes (percussion) ... PLUS ("Basic rhythm" recorded at a midnight session conducted by Bill Miller at MGM Recording Studios in L.A. on July 25/26, 1973): Pete Jolly (piano), Alvin Casey (guitar), Dennis Budimir (guitar), James McAuley (guitar), James Hughart (string bass), John Guerin (drums), Alan Estes (percussion) ... Note: On the album "Ol' Blue Eyes Is Back," Gordon Jenkins is credited as the only conductor.

RCA4026
Winners (2:52)  -  Joe Raposo
Arrangement: Don Costa
Matrix number assigned on July 25/26, 1973.
Selected Releases

RCA4026
Winners (Begin.) (8-track edit)  -  Joe Raposo
Arrangement: Don Costa
Matrix number assigned on July 25/26, 1973.
Selected Releases

RCA4026
Winners (Concl.) (8-track edit)  -  Joe Raposo
Arrangement: Don Costa
Matrix number assigned on July 25/26, 1973.
Selected Releases

RCA4027
Let Me Try Again (Laisse Moi Le Temps) (3:30 stereo)  -  Paul Anka (Eng. w.), Sammy Cahn (Eng. w.), Romval Fiquier (Fr. w.), Michel Jourdan, Claude Vasori
Arrangement: Don Costa
Matrix number assigned on July 25/26, 1973.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1973 Let Me Try Again - 45-7" Single

RCA4027
Let Me Try Again (Laisse Moi Le Temps) (3:30 mono)  -  Paul Anka (Eng. w.), Sammy Cahn (Eng. w.), Romval Fiquier (Fr. w.), Michel Jourdan, Claude Vasori
Arrangement: Don Costa
Matrix number assigned on July 25/26, 1973.
Selected Releases

RCA4027
Let Me Try Again (Laisse Moi Le Temps) (1:55 edit)  -  Paul Anka (Eng. w.), Sammy Cahn (Eng. w.), Romval Fiquier (Fr. w.), Michel Jourdan, Claude Vasori
Arrangement: Don Costa
Matrix number assigned on July 25/26, 1973.
Selected Releases

22 Jun 1973 Hollywood: Goldwyn StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Gordon Jenkins
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), Richard Perissi (frenchhorn), Arthur Maebe (frenchhorn), Norman Benno (oboe), Wayne Songer (clarinet), Morris Crawford (clarinet), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Louise DiTullio (bass flute), Harry Klee (alto saxophone/flute/clarinet), Ralph Schaeffer (violin), Mischa Russell (violin), Harry Bluestone (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Joseph Livoti (violin), Alex Murray (violin), Albert Steinberg (violin), Blanche Belnick (violin), Joe Stepansky (violin), Kurt Dieterle (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Harold Dicterow (violin), Alfred Lustgarten (violin), Arthur Brown (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Walter Edelstein (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Alex Neiman (viola), Barbara Simons (viola), Virginia Majewski (viola), Allan Harshman (viola), Myer Bello (viola), Louis Kievman (viola), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Justin DiTullio (violoncello), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncello), Gayle Levant (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Pete Jolly (piano), Alvin Casey (guitar), Al Viola (guitar), Dennis Budimir (guitar), Ray Brown (string bass), Peter Mercurio (string bass), John Guerin (drums)

RCA4028
Empty Tables [Orchestra Version] (3:00)  -  Johnny Mercer, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
According to the U.S. 45 label for "Empty Tables/The Saddest Thing Of All" (RPS 1343), the matrix number is RCA4028, indicating the June 22, 1973 session. However, "The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings" box set book states that the RPS 1343 single was derived from the May 7, 1974 version (matrix SCA4720-9).
Selected Releases

RCA4029
Walk Away (2:56)  -  Elmer Bernstein, Carolyn Leigh
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

RCA4030
Send In The Clowns [Orchestra Version] (4:10)  -  Stephen Sondheim
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases
Key Release 1973 Let Me Try Again - 45-7" Single

RCA4031
There Used To Be A Ballpark (3:33)  -  Joe Raposo
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

RCA4031
There Used To Be A Ballpark (Beg.) (8-track edit)  -  Joe Raposo
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

RCA4031
There Used To Be A Ballpark (Concl.) (8-track edit)  -  Joe Raposo
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

10 Dec 1973 Burbank, CA: Burbank Studios (1st personnel lineup)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vocal Chorus, Bud Brisbois (trumpet), Harry Edison (trumpet), John Audino (trumpet), Conte Candoli (trumpet), Dick Nash (trombone), Frank Rosolino (trombone), Dick Noel (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Ronny Lang (saxophone/woodwinds), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/woodwinds), Gene Cipriano (saxophone/woodwinds), Don Lodice (saxophone/woodwinds), Chuck Gentry (saxophone/woodwinds), Bill Miller (piano), Pete Jolly (piano), Tommy Tedesco (guitar), Al Viola (guitar), John Morell (guitar), Chuck Berghofer (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), Emil Richards (percussion)

RCA4523
Bad, Bad Leroy Brown (2:48)  -  Jim Croce
Arrangement: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra with vocal chorus.
Selected Releases

07 May 1974 Burbank, CA: Burbank StudiosReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Gordon Jenkins
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vincent DeRosa (frenchhorn), George Price (frenchhorn), Arthur Maebe (frenchhorn), Louise DiTullio (bass flute/bassoon/flute/oboe), Lloyd Hildebrand (bass flute/bassoon/flute/oboe), Norman Benno (bass flute/bassoon/flute/oboe), Willie Schwartz (saxophone/clarinet), Ted Nash (saxophone/clarinet), Don Lodice (saxophone/clarinet), Lou Raderman (violin), Harry Bluestone (violin), Walter Edelstein (violin), Spiro Stamos (violin), Marshall Sosson (violin), Arnold Belnick (violin), Thelma Beach (violin), Alex Murray (violin), Samuel Cytron [Levine] (violin), Nathan Ross (violin), Gerald Vinci (violin), Joseph Livoti (violin), Sally Raderman (violin), Alfred Lustgarten (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Joseph Quadri (violin), Wilbert Nuttycombe (violin), James Getzoff (violin), Milton Thomas (viola), Marilyn Baker (viola), Gareth Nuttycombe (viola), Virginia Majewski (viola), Cecil Figelski (viola), Barbara Simons (viola), Armand Kaproff (violoncelo), Edgar Lustgarten (violoncelo), Justin DiTullio (violoncelo), Dorothy Remsen (harp), Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar), Gene Cherico (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums)

SCA4720-9
Empty Tables (unreleased)  -  Johnny Mercer, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
"The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings" box set book states that "Empty Tables" on the RPS 1343 single ("Empty Tables/The Saddest Thing Of All") was derived from the May 7, 1974 version (matrix SCA4720-9). However, according to the U.S. 45 label for RPS 1343, the matrix number is RCA4028, indicating the June 22, 1973 session. For personnel and releases of the orchestra version of "Empty Tables," see the June 22, 1973 session.

SCA4721-2
If (3:07)  -  David Gates
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

SCA4721-2
If (2:33 edit)  -  David Gates
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

SCA4722-18+2
The Summer Knows (2:39 intercut)  -  Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Michel Legrand
Arrangement: Gordon Jenkins
Selected Releases

24 May 1974 Hollywood: Voice Overdubbing SessionReprise Studio Session
Conductor: Bill Miller
Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

SCA4842
You Are The Sunshine Of My Life (2:34)  -  Stevie Wonder
Arrangement: Don Costa
Orchestra track recorded at the May 21, 1974 session.
Selected Releases

SCA4842
You Are The Sunshine Of My Life (2:42 spoken intro)  -  Stevie Wonder
Arrangement: Don Costa
0:08 intro by William B. Williams.
Orchestra track recorded at the May 21, 1974 session.
Selected Releases

04 Oct 1974 Buffalo, NY: War Memorial AuditoriumConcert Recording
Conductor: Bill Miller
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Orchestra incorporating Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd, Gary Pack (trumpet/flugelhorn), Nelson Hatt (trumpet/flugelhorn), David Stahl (trumpet/flugelhorn), Buddy Powers (trumpet/flugelhorn), Bill Byrne (trombone/flugelhorn), Urbie Green (trombone), Dale Kirkland (trombone), Jim Pugh (trombone), Vaughn Wiester (bass trombone), Jerry Dodgion (saxophone/woodwinds), Frank Tiberi (saxophone/woodwinds), Greg Herbert (saxophone/woodwinds), John Oslawski (saxophone/woodwinds), Gary Anderson (saxophone/woodwinds), Joe Malin (violin), Peter Dimitriades (violin), David Kunstler (violin), Avram Weiss (violin), Harry Urbont (violin), Stanley Karpienia (violin), Max Hollander (violin), Carmel Malin (violin), Julius Brand (violin), Peter Buonconsiglio (violin), Max Cahn (violin), Julius Schachter (violin), Vincent Liota (viola), Maurice Pollock (viola), George Brown (viola), Michael Spivakowsky (viola), Anthony Sophos (violoncello), Alan Shulman (violoncello), Gloria Lanzarone (violoncello), Julius Ehrenwerth (violoncello), Margaret Ross (harp), Andy LaVerne (piano/electric piano/synthesizer), Al Viola (guitar), Gene Cherico (string bass), Ron Paley (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), David Carey (percussion)

SXX0167
I've Got You Under My Skin (4:45)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra featuring Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd.
Selected Releases
1976 40/200 - 33-12" Album

SXX0167
I've Got You Under My Skin (3:22 edit)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra featuring Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd.
Selected Releases

SXX0169
Angel Eyes (5:28 spoken intro)  -  Earl Brent, Matt Dennis
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra featuring Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd.
Selected Releases

13 Oct 1974 New York: Madison Square Garden for "The Main Event" (ABC: Live Telecast)Concert Recording
Conductor: Bill Miller
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Introduction by Howard Cosell, Orchestra incorporating Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd, Gary Pack (trumpet/flugelhorn), Nelson Hatt (trumpet/flugelhorn), David Stahl (trumpet/flugelhorn), Buddy Powers (trumpet/flugelhorn), Bill Byrne (trombone/flugelhorn), Urbie Green (trombone), Dale Kirkland (trombone), Jim Pugh (trombone), Vaughn Wiester (bass trombone), Jerry Dodgion (saxophone/woodwinds), Frank Tiberi (saxophone/woodwinds), Greg Herbert (saxophone/woodwinds), John Oslawski (saxophone/woodwinds), Gary Anderson (saxophone/woodwinds), Joe Malin (violin), Peter Dimitriades (violin), David Kunstler (violin), Avram Weiss (violin), Harry Urbont (violin), Stanley Karpienia (violin), Max Hollander (violin), Carmel Malin (violin), Julius Brand (violin), Peter Buonconsiglio (violin), Max Cahn (violin), Julius Schachter (violin), Vincent Liota (viola), Maurice Pollock (viola), George Brown (viola), Michael Spivakowsky (viola), Anthony Sophos (violoncello), Alan Shulman (violoncello), Gloria Lanzarone (violoncello), Julius Ehrenwerth (violoncello), Margaret Ross (harp), Andy LaVerne (piano/electric piano/synthesizer), Al Viola (guitar), Gene Cherico (string bass), Ron Paley (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), David Carey (percussion)

Tribute/Overture: It Was A Very Good Year / All The Way / My Kind Of Town (3:51)  -  Ervin Drake / Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Intro tribute by Howard Cosell.
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Tribute/Overture: It Was A Very Good Year / All The Way / My Kind Of Town (3:12)  -  Ervin Drake / Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Intro tribute by Howard Cosell.
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The Lady Is A Tramp (2:50)  -  Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
Arrangement: Billy Byers
Frank Sinatra featuring Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd.
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I Get A Kick Out Of You (4:59)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra featuring Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd.
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I Get A Kick Out Of You (4:07 chorus only)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra featuring Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd.
Verse recorded in Philadelphia on October 7, 1974; chorus recorded on October 13, 1974.
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Let Me Try Again (Laisse Moi Le Temps) (3:25)  -  Paul Anka (Eng. w.), Sammy Cahn (Eng. w.), Romval Fiquier (Fr. w.), Michel Jourdan, Claude Vasori
Arrangement: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra featuring Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd.
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Let Me Try Again (Laisse Moi Le Temps) (3:55 intercut)  -  Paul Anka (Eng. w.), Sammy Cahn (Eng. w.), Romval Fiquier (Fr. w.), Michel Jourdan, Claude Vasori
Arrangement: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra featuring Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd.
With intercut at 1:51 recorded on October 12, 1974.
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Autumn In New York (2:44 spoken intro)  -  Vernon Duke
Frank Sinatra featuring Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd.
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I've Got You Under My Skin (4:41 spoken intro)  -  Cole Porter
Frank Sinatra featuring Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd.
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Bad, Bad Leroy Brown (2:49)  -  Jim Croce
Arrangement: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra featuring Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd.
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Angel Eyes (5:40 spoken intro)  -  Earl Brent, Matt Dennis
Frank Sinatra featuring Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd.
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You Are The Sunshine Of My Life (2:44)  -  Stevie Wonder
Arrangement: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra featuring Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd.
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The House I Live In (That's America To Me) (6:30 spoken intro)  -  Lewis Allan, Earl Robinson
Frank Sinatra featuring Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd.
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My Kind Of Town (3:00 spoken intro)  -  Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra featuring Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd.
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My Way (5:35 spoken intro)  -  Paul Anka (Eng. w.), Claude François (Fr. w. and music), Jacques Revaux, Gilles Thibault
Frank Sinatra featuring Woody Herman and The Young Thundering Herd.
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05 Mar 1975 Los Angeles: Larrabee Studios - Voice Overdubbing Session (2nd personnel lineup)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Al Capps
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Vocal Group [Ronald Hicklin, Loren Farber, Lewis Morford, Al Capps, Sally Stevens, Andra Willis, Ida McCune] (February 21, 1975 at Larrabee Studios), Orchestra track recorded at the February 20, 1975 session; see that date, for personnel.

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I Believe I'm Gonna Love You (2:45)  -  Harry Lloyd, Gloria Sklerov
Arrangement: Al Capps
Frank Sinatra with vocal group.
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05 Feb 1976 Hollywood: Western Recorders (1st personnel lineup)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Bill Miller
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Buddy Childers (trumpet), Gary Grant (trumpet), Charles Gardner (trumpet), John Rosenberg (trumpet), Lon Norman (trombone), William Tole (trombone), Ernie Carlson (trombone), Donald Waldrop (bass trombone), John Kip (woodwinds), Norman Benno (woodwinds), Al Harding (woodwinds), Bob Cooper (woodwinds), Don Lodice (woodwinds), Spiro Stamos (violin), Norma Leonard (violin), Wilbert Nuttycombe (violin), John Santulis (violin), Betty LaMagna (violin), Carl LaMagna (violin), Harry Bluestone (violin), Bobby Bruce (violin), Harris Goldman (violin), Joy Lyle (violin), Louis Kievman (viola), Leonard Selic (viola), Joseph Reilich (viola), Gareth Nuttycombe (viola), Igor Horoshevsky (violoncello), Douglas Davis (violoncello), Gayle Levant (harp), Pete Jolly (piano), David Edelstein (guitar), Robert Walden (guitar), John Morell (guitar), James McCauley (guitar), Al Viola (guitar), Gene Cherico (string bass), Irv Cottler (drums), George Green (percussion), Emil Richards (percussion)

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I Sing The Songs (I Write The Songs) (3:49 intercut)  -  Bruce Johnston
Arrangement: Don Costa
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I Sing The Songs (I Write The Songs) (4:00 spoken intro)  -  Bruce Johnston
Arrangement: Don Costa
0:11 intro by FS and William B. Williams.
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21 Jun 1976 Burbank, CA: Burbank Studios (2nd personnel lineup)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Bill Miller
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Snooky Young (trumpet), John Audino (trumpet), Pete Candoli (trumpet), John Rosenberg (trumpet), Ernie Carlson (trombone), Chauncey Welsch (trombone), Lon Norman (trombone), George Roberts (bass trombone), Gale Robinson (frenchhorn), James Decker (frenchhorn), Sam Butera (tenor saxophone), Nino Tempo (saxophone/woodwinds), Bob Hardaway (saxophone/woodwinds), Bob Cooper (saxophone/woodwinds), Jack Nimitz (saxophone/woodwinds), Jules Jacob (saxophone/woodwinds), James Getzoff (violin), Carl LaMagna (violin), Betty LaMagna (violin), Jacob Krachmalnick (violin), Bobby Bruce (violin), Alfred Lustgarten (violin), Spiro Stamos (violin), Marshal Sosson (violin), John Santulis (violin), Judy Eaton (violin), Joseph Reilich (viola), Virginia Majewski (viola), Gareth Nuttycombe (viola), Leonard Selic (viola), Nino Rosso (violoncello), Mary Louise Zayen (violoncello), Pete Jolly* (piano), Charles Shoemake* (piano), Al Viola* (guitar/banjo), Tommy Tedesco (guitar/banjo), Bobby Gibbons* (guitar/banjo), Thomas Rotella (guitar/banjo), Marty Walsh** (guitar/banjo), Robert Walden** (guitar/banjo), Gene Cherico* (string bass), Irv Cottler** (drums), Alan Estes (percussion) ... NOTE: Personnel designated by one asterisk (*) recorded on June 8 and 21, 1976. Personnel designated by two asterisks (**) recorded only on June 8, 1976. The June 8 session for the rhythm section at Burbank Studios was conducted by Bill Miller. PLUS an additional track, under the direction of Leo Costa, would be recorded on June 23, 1976 at Cherokee Studios in Los Angeles: Bill Miller (piano), Al Viola (guitar/banjo), Robert Walden (guitar/banjo), Robert Edelstein (guitar/banjo), Irv Cottler (drums), Alan Estes (percussion).

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Stargazer (2:57)  -  Neil Diamond
Arrangement: Don Costa
Frank Sinatra with Sam Butera (tenor saxophone solo).
Selected Releases
Key Release 1976 Stargazer - 45-7" Single
1978 The Singles [IT] - 33-12" Album

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