Ill Wind (original studio master)

~ Recording by Frank Sinatra

Appears on releases

# Title Length Release Title Release Artist Date Country Label Catalog#
Official
1.12 Ill Wind 3:46 In the Wee Small Hours Frank Sinatra Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.) W 581
2.12 Ill Wind 3:46 Frank Sinatra - The Collection Frank Sinatra & Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.) SC-1
1.11 Ill Wind 3:48 In the Wee Small Hours Frank Sinatra
2.12 Ill Wind 3:46 Concepts Frank Sinatra Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.)
1.12 Ill Wind 3:46 In the Wee Small Hours Frank Sinatra Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.) CDP 7 96826 2
1.12 Ill Wind 3:46 In the Wee Small Hours Frank Sinatra Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.) 72434 94755 2 6
1.11 Ill Wind 3:48 In the Wee Small Hours Frank Sinatra
1.12 Ill Wind 3:46 In the Wee Small Hours Frank Sinatra Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.), BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. 72434 94755 2 6, D 123171
2.12 Ill Wind 3:46 Capitol Records Concept Albums Frank Sinatra Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.) 724359889627
3.12 Ill Wind 3:46 Three Original Hit Albums Frank Sinatra Not Now Music NOT3CD003
1.12 Ill Wind 3:47 In the Wee Small Hours Frank Sinatra Black Coffee Records 120003
22.12 Ill Wind 3:48 The Voice - Over Twenty Years in Music 1939-1960 Frank Sinatra Documents 233182
2.12 Ill Wind 3:46 Masterworks: The 1954-61 Albums Frank Sinatra Masterworks 704
1.12 Ill Wind 3:46 In the Wee Small Hours Frank Sinatra Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.)

Relationships

arranger: Nelson Riddle
conductor: Nelson Riddle (1955-02-16)
lead vocals: Frank Sinatra (1955-02-16)
orchestra: Featuring Harry “Sweets” Edison
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
vocals: Frank Sinatra
phonographic copyright by: Masterworks Series (2013)
recorded at: KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1954-03 – 1955-03)
recording of: Ill Wind (1955-02-16)

Ill Wind

composer: Harold Arlen (1934)
lyricist: Ted Koehler (1934)