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8 Sessions displayed for album: The World We Knew [clear results]
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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.
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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).
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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
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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 Hollywood: United Recording Studios (2nd session; 3rd personnel lineup)Reprise Studio Session
Conductor: Billy Strange
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), Stan Freeman* (piano), Moe Wechsler* (piano), Bill Miller (piano), Michael Melvoin (piano), Michael Melvoin** (piano), Eric Gale* (guitar), Al Caiola* (guitar), Bucky Pizzarelli* (guitar), Carl Lynch* (guitar), Toots Thielemans* (guitar/harmonica), Donnie Lanier (guitar), Alvin Casey (guitar), Louis Morell (guitar), Glen Campbell (guitar), Milt Holland* (string bass), Chuck Berghofer (string bass), Lawrence Knechtel** (string bass), Carol Kaye (Fender bass), Gary Chester* (drums), Hal Blaine (drums), Eddie Brackett Jr.** (drums), George Devens* (percussion), Phil Kraus* (percussion), Frank Capp (percussion), Victor Feldman (percussion) ... */**NOTE: Musicians designated with one asterisk had recorded their parts in New York on June 30, 1967; musicians designated with two asterisks would record their parts at United on July 27, 1967. ... AND: New instrumentation for the 2007 "Ocean's 13" remixes.

K6113-2
This Town (3:00)  -  Lee Hazlewood
Arrangement: Billy Strange
Selected Releases
Key Release 1967 The World We Knew - 33-12" Album
Key Release 1967 This Town - 45-7" Single
Movie Soundtracks

K6113
This Town (Mint Royale Edit Remix) (2:56 remix/edit)  -  Lee Hazlewood
Arrangement: Billy Strange
Selected Releases

K6113
This Town (Mint Royale Extended Remix) (5:13 remix)  -  Lee Hazlewood
Arrangement: Billy Strange
Selected Releases

K6113
This Town (Mint Royale Instrumental Edit Remix) (2:46 remix/edit)  -  Lee Hazlewood
Arrangement: Billy Strange
Selected Releases

K6113
This Town (Mint Royale Instrumental Extended Remix) (5:14 remix)  -  Lee Hazlewood
Arrangement: Billy Strange
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