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2 Sessions displayed for single: Somethin' Stupid [clear results]
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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
1972 Forever [AR] - 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

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

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