I Wish You Love (original studio master)

~ Recording by Frank Sinatra & Count Basie

Appears on releases

# Title Length Release Title Release Artist Date Country Label Catalog#
Official
1.2 I Wish You Love 2:58 It Might as Well Be Swing Frank Sinatra & Count Basie Reprise Records FS-1012
8.13 I Wish You Love 2:56 The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings Frank Sinatra Warner Bros. Records (“WB” logo, with or without “records” beneath or on banner across) 46013-2
1.2 I Wish You Love 2:58 It Might as Well Be Swing Frank Sinatra and Count Basie Reprise Records 9 46972-2
1.2 I Wish You Love 2:58 It Might as Well Be Swing Frank Sinatra & Count Basie Reprise Records 7599-27027-2
8.13 I Wish You Love 2:56 The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings Frank Sinatra Reprise Records 47045-2
8.13 I Wish You Love 2:56 The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings Frank Sinatra Warner Bros. Records (“WB” logo, with or without “records” beneath or on banner across) 47045
2.3 I Wish You Love 2:55 Seduction: Sinatra Sings of Love Frank Sinatra Rhino (reissue label) R2 516961
1.2 I Wish You Love 2:58 It Might as Well Be Swing Frank Sinatra & Count Basie Universal Music Group International (manages UMG's offices in most countries outside of North America)
2.3 I Wish You Love 2:55 Seduction: Sinatra Sings of Love (deluxe edition) Frank Sinatra

Relationships

recorded in: Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1964-06-10)
cello: Edgar Lustgarten (1964-06-10)
reeds: Eric Dixon (1964-06-10)
Frank Foster (saxophonist) (1964-06-10)
Charlie Fowlkes (1964-06-10)
Frank Wess (1964-06-10)
trumpet: Al Aarons (1964-06-10)
Wallace Davenport (1964-06-10)
Harry “Sweets” Edison (1964-06-10)
Al Porcino (1964-06-10)
drums: Sonny Payne (1964-06-10)
guitar: Freddie Green (1964-06-10)
vibraphone: Emil Richards (1964-06-10)
piano: Count Basie (1964-06-10)
trombone: Henry Coker (1964-06-10)
Bill Hughes (trombone) (1964-06-10)
Grover Mitchell (1964-06-10)
Ken Shroyer (trombonist) (1964-06-10)
recording of: I Wish You Love (cover) (1964-06-10)

I Wish You Love

composer: Léo Chauliac
Charles Trenet
lyricist: Charles Trenet
translator: Albert Beach
publisher: EMI Virgin Music Ltd. (do not use this as a release label!)
Universal Music Publishing Group
translated version of: Que reste-t-il de nos amours ?