The Voice - Over Twenty Years in Music 1939-1960

~ Release by Frank Sinatra (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Tracklist

CD 1: From the Bottom of My Heart: Complete Studio Recordings & Broadcasts
CD 2: I’ll Be Seeing You: Dorsey Years Vol. 1
CD 3: Whispering: Dorsey Years Vol. 2
CD 4: Violets for Your Furs: Dorsey Years Vol. 3
CD 5: Night and Day: Dorsey Years Vol. 4
CD 6: I’ll Be Around: Columbia V-Discs Volume 1
CD 7: The Song Is You: Columbia V-Discs Volume 2
CD 8: Close To You: Columbia Shellacks in Chronological Order Vol. 1
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1Close to You
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1943-06-07)
vocals:
James Ballister (on 1943-06-07), Dick Byron (on 1943-06-07), Eddie Constantine (on 1943-06-07), Faye Devlin (on 1943-06-07), Bobby Tucker (on 1943-06-07) and The Bobby Tucker Singers (on 1943-06-07)
conductor:
Bobby Tucker (on 1943-06-07)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recording of:
Close to You (on 1943-06-07)
writer:
Al Hoffman, Carl Lampl and Jerry Livingston (songwriter)
publisher:
Barton Music Corp., Casa David and Feadbach Music (on 1970-10-29)
Frank Sinatra with Alec Wilder & His Orchestra23:20
2People Will Say We’re in Love
recorded in:
New York (on 1943-08-05)
background vocals:
The Bobby Tucker Singers (on 1943-08-05)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1943-08-05)
conductor:
Alec Wilder (on 1943-08-05)
arranger:
Alec Wilder
cover recording of:
People Will Say We’re in Love (on 1943-08-05)
orchestrator:
Robert Russell Bennett
lyricist:
Oscar Hammerstein II (of Rodgers & Hammerstein)
composer:
Richard Rodgers
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing Ltd., Rodgers & Hammerstein Theatrical Europe Ltd., Williamson Music Company and Williamson Music, Inc.
music quoted on:
Finale (Oklahoma!)
music quoted on:
Oklahoma! Overture
part of:
Oklahoma! (Rodgers & Hammerstein musical)
Frank Sinatra with Alec Wilder & His Orchestra3:20
3You’ll Never Know
conductor:
Alec Wilder
arranger:
Alec Wilder
recording of:
You’ll Never Know (on 1943-06-07)
lyricist:
Mack Gordon
composer:
Harry Warren (US composer and lyricist)
publisher:
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), EMI Blackwood Music Inc., WB Music Corp. (1929-2019), ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版, ヤマハミュージックパブリッシング (until 2017-03-31) and ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (from 2017-04-01 to present)
part of:
Academy Award for Best Original Song (number: 16)
Frank Sinatra with Alec Wilder & His Orchestra3:01
4Sunday, Monday or Always
recorded in:
New York (on 1943-06-22)
background vocals:
The Bobby Tucker Singers (on 1943-06-22)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1943-06-22)
vocals:
Bobby Tucker (on 1943-06-22)
conductor:
Bobby Tucker (on 1943-06-22) and Alec Wilder (on 1943-06-22)
arranger:
Alec Wilder
recording of:
Sunday, Monday or Always (on 1943-06-22)
lyricist:
Johnny Burke (American lyricist, 1908-1964) (in 1943)
composer:
Jimmy Van Heusen (in 1943)
publisher:
Burke-Van Heusen, Inc.
Frank Sinatra with Alec Wilder & His Orchestra3:18
5If You Please
recorded in:
New York (on 1943-06-22)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1943-06-22)
vocals:
Bobby Tucker (on 1943-06-22) and The Bobby Tucker Singers (on 1943-06-22)
conductor:
Bobby Tucker (on 1943-06-22)
arranger:
Alec Wilder
cover recording of:
If You Please (on 1943-06-22)
lyricist:
Johnny Burke (American lyricist, 1908-1964)
composer:
Jimmy Van Heusen
publisher:
Famous Music Corporation
Frank Sinatra with Alec Wilder & His Orchestra2:52
6Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’
recorded in:
New York (on 1943-08-05)
background vocals:
The Bobby Tucker Singers (on 1943-08-05)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1943-08-05)
vocals:
Bobby Tucker (on 1943-08-05) and The Bobby Tucker Singers (on 1943-08-05)
conductor:
Alec Wilder
arranger:
Alec Wilder
cover recording of:
Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’ (Oklahoma!) (on 1943-08-05)
orchestrator:
Robert Russell Bennett
lyricist:
Oscar Hammerstein II (of Rodgers & Hammerstein)
composer:
Richard Rodgers
publisher:
EMI Music (do not use as release label! this is a music publisher), EMI Music Publishing Ltd., Rodgers & Hammerstein Theatrical Europe Ltd., Williamson Music Company, Williamson Music Ltd. and Williamson Music, Inc.
music quoted on:
Finale (Oklahoma!)
part of:
Oklahoma! (Rodgers & Hammerstein musical)
Frank Sinatra with Alec Wilder & His Orchestra2:58
7I Couldn’t Sleep a Wink Last Night
recording of:
I Couldn’t Sleep a Wink Last Night
lyricist:
Harold Adamson
composer:
Jimmy McHugh (songwriter)
part of:
Higher and Higher (1944 film)
Frank Sinatra with Alec Wilder & His Orchestra2:55
8A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening
recorded in:
New York (on 1943-11-10)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1943-11-10)
vocals:
Bobby Tucker (on 1943-11-10) and The Bobby Tucker Singers (on 1943-11-10)
conductor:
Bobby Tucker (on 1943-11-10) and Alec Wilder (on 1943-11-10)
arranger:
Alec Wilder
cover recording of:
A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening (on 1943-11-10)
lyricist:
Harold Adamson
composer:
Jimmy McHugh (songwriter)
publisher:
Chappell Music (UK), Memory Lane Music Ltd. and Victoria Music Publishing Co. Ltd.
Frank Sinatra with Alec Wilder & His Orchestra3:16
9If You Are but a Dream
recorded in:
New York (on 1944-11-14)
bass:
Ward Lay (on 1944-11-14)
cello:
Emmerick Gara (cellist) (on 1944-11-14), George Poliakin (on 1944-11-14) and Avron Twerdowky (cellist) (on 1944-11-14)
drums (drum set):
Johnny Blowers (on 1944-11-14)
French horn:
Karl Chlupsa (on 1944-11-14)
guitar:
Matty Golizio (on 1944-11-14)
harp:
Ruth Hill (harpist) (on 1944-11-14)
trombone:
John D'Agostino (trombonist) (on 1944-11-14), Andy Russo (Jazz trombonist) (on 1944-11-14) and Charlie Small (trombone) (on 1944-11-14)
trumpet:
Carl Poole (on 1944-11-14), Sammy Shapiro (Big Band-era trumpeteer) (on 1944-11-14) and Melvin "Red" Solomon (on 1944-11-14)
viola:
Morris Kahan (violist) (on 1944-11-14), Sol Pfaeff (on 1944-11-14) and Sol Rumberg (on 1944-11-14)
violin:
Julius Brand (on 1944-11-14), Frederick Buldrini (on 1944-11-14), Sid Harris (on 1944-11-14), Leonard Kanter (violinist) (on 1944-11-14), Murray Kellner (on 1944-11-14), Bernard Kundell (on 1944-11-14), William Lockwood (violinist) (on 1944-11-14), Arthur Loesserman (violinist) (on 1944-11-14), Harold Micklin (violinist) (on 1944-11-14), Seymour Miroff (on 1944-11-14), Gene Orloff (on 1944-11-14) and Raoul Polikian (on 1944-11-14)
woodwind:
Artie Baker (saxophonist, flutist and clarinetist) (on 1944-11-14), Harry Feldman (on 1944-11-14), Bernie Kaufman (on 1944-11-14), Pete Pumiglio (on 1944-11-14) and Hank Ross (on 1944-11-14)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1944-11-14)
orchestra:
Axel Stordahl and His Orchestra (on 1944-11-14)
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1944-11-14)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
cover recording of:
If You Are but a Dream (on 1944-11-14)
lyricist and composer:
Nat Bonx, Jack Fulton (US jazz trombonist and composer) and Moe Jaffe (songwriter / bandleader)
publisher:
Barton Music Corp.
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:06
10Saturday Night (Is the Loneliest Night in the Week)
bass:
Ward Lay (on 1944-11-14)
cello:
E. Gara (on 1944-11-14), George Polikian (on 1944-11-14) and Avron Twerdowsky (on 1944-11-14)
drums (drum set):
Johnny Blowers (on 1944-11-14)
French horn:
Karl Chlupse (French horn player) (on 1944-11-14)
guitar:
Matty Golizio (on 1944-11-14)
harp:
Ruth Hill (harpist) (on 1944-11-14)
piano:
Billy Rowland (on 1944-11-14)
saxophone:
Arthur Baker (saxophonist, flutist and clarinetist) (on 1944-11-14), Harold Feldman (woodwind player) (on 1944-11-14), Bernard Kaufman (on 1944-11-14), Peter Pumiglio (on 1944-11-14) and Henry Ross (on 1944-11-14)
trombone:
Charles Small (trombone) (on 1944-11-14), John D'Agostino (trombonist) (on 1944-11-14) and Andy Russo (Jazz trombonist) (on 1944-11-14)
trumpet:
Carl Poole (on 1944-11-14), Sammy Shapiro (Big Band-era trumpeteer) (on 1944-11-14) and Melvin "Red" Solomon (on 1944-11-14)
viola:
Morris Kahn (on 1944-11-14), Sol Paeff (on 1944-11-14) and Sol Rumberg (on 1944-11-14)
violin:
Julius Brand (on 1944-11-14), Fred Buldrini (on 1944-11-14), Sid Harris (on 1944-11-14), L. Kanter (on 1944-11-14), Murray Kellner (on 1944-11-14), Bernard Kundell (on 1944-11-14), William Lockwood (violinist) (on 1944-11-14), Arthur Loesserman (violinist) (on 1944-11-14), Harold Micklin (violinist) (on 1944-11-14), Seymour Miroff (on 1944-11-14), Gene Orloff (on 1944-11-14) and Raoul Polikian (on 1944-11-14)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1944-11-14)
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1944-11-14)
arranger:
George Siravo
recording of:
Saturday Night (Is the Loneliest Night in the Week) (on 1944-11-14)
lyricist:
Sammy Cahn
composer:
Jule Styne
publisher:
Barton Music Corp., Cahn Music Company, Chappell Music Ltd., Producers Music Publishing Co., Quaytor Productions LLC, Sony Music Publishing (Japan) Inc., WC Music Corp., フジパシフィックミュージック, ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) and ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra42:46
11There’s No You
recorded in:
New York (on 1944-11-14)
bass:
Ward Lay (on 1944-11-14)
cello:
Emmerick Gara (cellist) (on 1944-11-14), George Poliakin (on 1944-11-14) and Avron Twerdowky (cellist) (on 1944-11-14)
drums (drum set):
Johnny Blowers (on 1944-11-14)
French horn:
Karl Chlupsa (on 1944-11-14)
guitar:
Matty Golizio (on 1944-11-14)
harp:
Ruth Hill (harpist) (on 1944-11-14)
piano:
Billy Rowland (on 1944-11-14)
trombone:
John D'Agostino (trombonist) (on 1944-11-14), Andy Russo (Jazz trombonist) (on 1944-11-14) and Charlie Small (trombone) (on 1944-11-14)
trumpet:
Carl Poole (on 1944-11-14), Sammy Shapiro (Big Band-era trumpeteer) (on 1944-11-14) and Melvin "Red" Solomon (on 1944-11-14)
viola:
Morris Kahan (violist) (on 1944-11-14), Sol Pfaeff (on 1944-11-14) and Sol Rumberg (on 1944-11-14)
violin:
Julius Brand (on 1944-11-14), Frederick Buldrini (on 1944-11-14), Sid Harris (on 1944-11-14), Leonard Kanter (violinist) (on 1944-11-14), Murray Kellner (on 1944-11-14), Bernard Kundell (on 1944-11-14), William Lockwood (violinist) (on 1944-11-14), Arthur Loesserman (violinist) (on 1944-11-14), Harold Micklin (violinist) (on 1944-11-14), Seymour Miroff (on 1944-11-14), Gene Orloff (on 1944-11-14) and Raoul Polikian (on 1944-11-14)
woodwind:
Artie Baker (saxophonist, flutist and clarinetist) (on 1944-11-14), Harry Feldman (on 1944-11-14), Bernie Kaufman (on 1944-11-14), Pete Pumiglio (on 1944-11-14) and Hank Ross (on 1944-11-14)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1944-11-14)
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1944-11-14)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
cover recording of:
There’s No You (on 1944-11-14)
lyricist:
Thomas Montgomery Adair
composer:
Hal Hopper
publisher:
Barton Music Corp.
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:29
12I Dream of You (More Than You Dream of Me) [album version]
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:10
13I Begged Her
bass:
Ward Lay (on 1944-12-01)
cello:
Armand Kaproff (on 1944-12-01), George Poliakin (on 1944-12-01) and Aaron Shapinsky (on 1944-12-01)
drums (drum set):
Johnny Blowers (on 1944-12-01)
French horn:
Karl Chlupsa (on 1944-12-01)
guitar:
Matty Golizio (on 1944-12-01)
harp:
Ruth Hill (harpist) (on 1944-12-01)
piano:
David Mann (American songwriter) (on 1944-12-01)
trombone:
John D'Agostino (trombonist) (on 1944-12-01), Samuel Koty (trombonist) (on 1944-12-01) and Al Mastren (on 1944-12-01)
trumpet:
Carl Poole (on 1944-12-01), Sammy Shapiro (Big Band-era trumpeteer) (on 1944-12-01) and Melvin "Red" Solomon (on 1944-12-01)
viola:
Theodore Adoff (violist) (on 1944-12-01), Sidney Brecher (on 1944-12-01) and Hyman Dickler (violist) (on 1944-12-01)
violin:
Milton Bornstein (violinist) (on 1944-12-01), Julius Brand (on 1944-12-01), Louis Gabowitz (on 1944-12-01), Sid Harris (on 1944-12-01), Leonard Kanter (violinist) (on 1944-12-01), Zelik Kaufman (violinist) (on 1944-12-01), Murray Kellner (on 1944-12-01), Boris Levitsky (violinist) (on 1944-12-01), Gene Orloff (on 1944-12-01), Raoul Polikian (on 1944-12-01), Max Pollikoff (on 1944-12-01) and Kalman Reve (violinist) (on 1944-12-01)
woodwind:
Artie Baker (saxophonist, flutist and clarinetist) (on 1944-12-01), Harry Feldman (on 1944-12-01), Bernie Kaufman (on 1944-12-01), Pete Pumiglio (on 1944-12-01) and Wolffe Taninbaum (on 1944-12-01)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1944-12-01)
orchestra:
Axel Stordahl and His Orchestra
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1944-12-01)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recording of:
I Begged Her (on 1944-12-01)
lyricist:
Sammy Cahn
composer:
Jule Styne
publisher:
Leo Feist, Inc.
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:02
14What Makes the Sunset? [album version]
recorded in:
New York (on 1944-12-01)
bass:
Ward Lay (on 1944-12-01)
cello:
Armand Kaproff (on 1944-12-01), George Poliakin (on 1944-12-01) and Aaron Shapinsky (on 1944-12-01)
drums (drum set):
Johnny Blowers (on 1944-12-01)
French horn:
Karl Chlupsa (on 1944-12-01)
guitar:
Matty Golizio (on 1944-12-01)
harp:
Ruth Hill (harpist) (on 1944-12-01)
piano:
David Mann (American songwriter) (on 1944-12-01)
trombone:
John D'Agostino (trombonist) (on 1944-12-01), Samuel Koty (trombonist) (on 1944-12-01) and Al Mastren (on 1944-12-01)
trumpet:
Carl Poole (on 1944-12-01), Sammy Shapiro (Big Band-era trumpeteer) (on 1944-12-01) and Melvin "Red" Solomon (on 1944-12-01)
viola:
Theodore Adoff (violist) (on 1944-12-01), Sidney Brecher (on 1944-12-01) and Hyman Dickler (violist) (on 1944-12-01)
violin:
Milton Bornstein (violinist) (on 1944-12-01), Julius Brand (on 1944-12-01), Louis Gabowitz (on 1944-12-01), Sid Harris (on 1944-12-01), Leonard Kanter (violinist) (on 1944-12-01), Zelik Kaufman (violinist) (on 1944-12-01), Murray Kellner (on 1944-12-01), Boris Levitsky (violinist) (on 1944-12-01), Gene Orloff (on 1944-12-01), Raoul Polikian (on 1944-12-01), Max Pollikoff (on 1944-12-01) and Kalman Reve (violinist) (on 1944-12-01)
woodwind:
Artie Baker (saxophonist, flutist and clarinetist) (on 1944-12-01), Harry Feldman (on 1944-12-01), Bernie Kaufman (on 1944-12-01), Pete Pumiglio (on 1944-12-01) and Wolffe Taninbaum (on 1944-12-01)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1944-12-01)
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1944-12-01)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
cover recording of:
What Makes the Sunset? (on 1944-12-01)
lyricist:
Sammy Cahn
composer:
Jule Styne
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra2:57
15I Fall in Love Too Easily
bass:
Ward Lay (on 1944-12-01)
cello:
Armand Kaproff (on 1944-12-01), George Poliakin (on 1944-12-01) and Aaron Shapinsky (on 1944-12-01)
drums (drum set):
Johnny Blowers (on 1944-12-01)
French horn:
Karl Chlupsa (on 1944-12-01)
guitar:
Matty Golizio (on 1944-12-01)
harp:
Ruth Hill (harpist) (on 1944-12-01)
piano:
David Mann (American songwriter) (on 1944-12-01)
viola:
Theodore Adoff (violist) (on 1944-12-01), Sidney Brecher (on 1944-12-01) and Hyman Dickler (violist) (on 1944-12-01)
violin:
Milton Bornstein (violinist) (on 1944-12-01), Julius Brand (on 1944-12-01), Louis Gabowitz (on 1944-12-01), Sid Harris (on 1944-12-01), Leonard Kanter (violinist) (on 1944-12-01), Zelik Kaufman (violinist) (on 1944-12-01), Murray Kellner (on 1944-12-01), Boris Levitsky (violinist) (on 1944-12-01), Gene Orloff (on 1944-12-01), Raoul Polikian (on 1944-12-01), Max Pollikoff (on 1944-12-01) and Kalman Reve (violinist) (on 1944-12-01)
woodwind:
Artie Baker (saxophonist, flutist and clarinetist) (on 1944-12-01), Harry Feldman (on 1944-12-01), Bernie Kaufman (on 1944-12-01), Pete Pumiglio (on 1944-12-01) and Wolffe Taninbaum (on 1944-12-01)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1944-12-01)
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1944-12-01)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recording of:
I Fall in Love Too Easily (on 1944-12-01)
lyricist:
Sammy Cahn
composer:
Jule Styne
publisher:
AF Encore Fund LLC, Applause and Encore Music, EMI Feist Catalog Inc., EMI United Partnership Ltd., Leo Feist, Inc., Sony Music Publishing (Japan) Inc., フジパシフィックミュージック SBK事業部 and ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label)
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:16
16Cradle Song (Wiegenlied Op 49 No 4)
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:09
17The Charm of You
recorded in:
New York (on 1944-12-03)
bass:
Jack Kimmel (on 1944-12-03)
cello:
Seymour Barab (on 1944-12-03), George Poliakin (on 1944-12-03) and Avron Twerdowky (cellist) (on 1944-12-03)
drums (drum set):
Johnny Blowers (on 1944-12-03)
French horn:
Karl Chlupsa (on 1944-12-03)
guitar:
Matty Golizio (on 1944-12-03)
harp:
Meyer Rosen (Musician - Harp Player) (on 1944-12-03)
instruments:
David Mann (American songwriter) (on 1944-12-03)
viola:
Sidney Brecher (on 1944-12-03), Hyman Dickler (violist) (on 1944-12-03) and Sol Rumberg (on 1944-12-03)
violin:
Julius Brand (on 1944-12-03), Frederick Buldrini (on 1944-12-03), Louis Gabowitz (on 1944-12-03), Marty Goldner (violinist) (on 1944-12-03), Sid Harris (on 1944-12-03), Bernard Kundell (on 1944-12-03), Boris Levitsky (violinist) (on 1944-12-03), Milton Lomask (on 1944-12-03), Harold Micklin (violinist) (on 1944-12-03), Seymour Miroff (on 1944-12-03), Kalman Reve (violinist) (on 1944-12-03) and Julius Schachter (on 1944-12-03)
woodwind:
Ernie Caceres (on 1944-12-03), Nick Caiazza (on 1944-12-03), Bernie Kaufman (on 1944-12-03), Fred Pfeifer (on 1944-12-03) and Hymie Shertzer (on 1944-12-03)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1944-12-03)
vocals:
Frank Sinatra
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1944-12-03)
performer:
Axel Stordahl and His Orchestra
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recording of:
The Charm of You (on 1944-12-03)
lyricist:
Sammy Cahn
composer:
Jule Styne
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra2:59
CD 9: My Melancholy Baby: Columbia Shellacks in Chronological Order Vol. 2
CD 10: Nancy (With the Laughing Face): Columbia Shellacks in Chronological Order Vol. 3
CD 11: They Say It’s Wonderful: Columbia Shellacks in Chronological Order Vol. 4
CD 12: September Song: Columbia Shellacks in Chronological Order Vol. 5
CD 13: Stella by Starlight: Columbia Shellacks in Chronological Order Vol. 6
CD 14: Autumn In New York: Columbia Shellacks in Chronological Order Vol. 7
CD 15: Nature Boy: Columbia Shellacks in Chronological Order Vol. 8
CD 16: Mad About You: Columbia Shellacks in Chronological Order Vol. 9
CD 17: April in Paris: Columbia Shellacks in Chronological Order Vol. 10
CD 18: Goodnight Irene: Columbia Shellacks in Chronological Order Vol. 11
CD 19: The Voice of Frank Sinatra / Frankly Sentimental: Two Original 10" LPs
CD 20: Songs by Sinatra / Swing and Dance With Frank Sinatra: Two Original 10" LPs
CD 21: Songs for Young Lovers / Swing Easy: Two Original 10" LPs
CD 22: In the Wee Small Hours: Original Album (2 x 10" LPs)
CD 23: Songs for Swingin’ Lovers: Original Album
CD 24: Close to You: Original Album
CD 25: A Swingin’ Affair!: Original Album
CD 26: Where Are You?: Original Album
CD 27: Come Fly With Me: Original Album
CD 28: Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely: Original Album
CD 29: Come Dance With Me!: Original Album
CD 30: No One Cares: Original Album
CD 31: Nice ’n’ Easy: Original Album
CD 32: My One and Only Love: Capitol Singles Vol. 1
CD 33: Three Coins in the Fountain: Capitol Singles Vol. 2
CD 34: Time After Time: Capitol Singles Vol. 3
CD 35: My Blue Heaven: Capitol Singles Vol. 4
CD 36: I’ll Never Smile Again: Frank Sinatra in the Movies Vol. 1
CD 37: Ol’ Man River: Frank Sinatra in the Movies Vol. 2
CD 38: I Believe: Frank Sinatra in the Movies Vol. 3
CD 39: All of Me: Frank Sinatra in the Movies Vol. 4
CD 40: High Society: Frank Sinatra in the Movies Vol. 5
CD 41: Frank Sinatra Conducts the Music of Alec Wilder: Original Album, 1945
CD 42: Tone Poems of Color: Original Album, 1956
CD 43: Peggy Lee - The Man I Love: Original Album, 1950
CD 44: Dean Martin - Sleep Warm: Original Album, 1958
CD 45: Christmas Songs by Sinatra - Original Album, 1948
CD 46: A Jolly Christmas From Frank Sinatra: Original Album, 1957 Plus Bonus Tracks

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ASIN:UK: B006ZUKBVC [info]