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
CD 9: My Melancholy Baby: Columbia Shellacks in Chronological Order Vol. 2
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1Ol’ Man River
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)
trombone:
Samuel Koty (trombonist) (on 1944-12-03), Billy Rauch (US jazz trombonist) (on 1944-12-03) and Charlie Small (trombone) (on 1944-12-03)
trumpet:
Billy Butterfield (on 1944-12-03), Carl Poole (on 1944-12-03) and Melvin "Red" Solomon (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:
Frederick Buldrini (on 1944-02-03), Julius Brand (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)
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1944-12-03)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
cover recording of:
Ol’ Man River (Show Boat) (on 1944-12-03)
lyricist:
Oscar Hammerstein II (of Rodgers & Hammerstein) (in 1927)
composer:
Jerome Kern (in 1927)
publisher:
PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (renamed Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. circa 1998) and T.B. Harms Co. (on 1927-11-30)
part of:
Show Boat (1951 film)
part of:
Show Boat: Act I
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra4:03
2Stormy Weather
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)
trombone:
Samuel Koty (trombonist) (on 1944-12-03), Billy Rauch (US jazz trombonist) (on 1944-12-03) and Charlie Small (trombone) (on 1944-12-03)
trumpet:
Billy Butterfield (on 1944-12-03), Carl Poole (on 1944-12-03) and Melvin "Red" Solomon (on 1944-12-03)
viola:
Sidney Brecher (on 1944-12-03), George Poliakin (on 1944-12-03) and Avron Twerdowky (cellist) (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:
Ken Lane Singers (on 1944-12-03)
conductor:
Bobby Tucker and Axel Stordahl (on 1944-12-03)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
cover recording of:
Stormy Weather (on 1944-12-03)
lyricist:
Ted Koehler (in 1933)
composer:
Harold Arlen (in 1933)
publisher:
Arko Music Corp., EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!), Fred Ahlert Mus. Corp., Mills Music, Inc., S.A. Music Co., Ted Koehler Music Co. and The Songwriters Guild
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra4:16
3When Your Lover Has Gone
recorded in:
Hollywood (on 1944-12-19)
bass:
Phil Stephens (bass and tuba player) (on 1944-12-19)
cello:
Fred Goerner (on 1944-12-19), Arthur Kafton (on 1944-12-19) and Jack Sewell (on 1944-12-19)
drums (drum set):
Ray Hagan (on 1944-12-19)
French horn:
James Stagliano (on 1944-12-19)
guitar:
Dave Barbour (on 1944-12-19)
harp:
Irma Clow (on 1944-12-19)
piano:
Mark McIntyre (American pianist, orchestra leader and songwriter.) (on 1944-12-19)
trombone:
Carl Loeffler (on 1944-12-19), Jimmy Skiles (on 1944-12-19) and Elmer Smithers (on 1944-12-19)
trumpet:
Charles Griffard (on 1944-12-19), Leonard Mach (on 1944-12-19) and Billy May (on 1944-12-19)
viola:
Allan Harshman (on 1944-12-19), Dave Sterkin (on 1944-12-19) and Garry White (on 1944-12-19)
violin:
Victor Arno (on 1944-12-19), Robert Barene (on 1944-12-19), Peter Ellis (violinist) (on 1944-12-19), David Frisina (on 1944-12-19), Gerald Joyce (on 1944-12-19), George Kast (on 1944-12-19), Sol Kindler (on 1944-12-19), Anthony Perrotti (on 1944-12-19), Nicholas Pisani (on 1944-12-19), Ted Rosen (on 1944-12-19), Mischa Russell (on 1944-12-19) and Olcott Vail (on 1944-12-19)
woodwind:
Heinie Beau (on 1944-12-19), Leonard Hartman (on 1944-12-19), Harold Lawson (on 1944-12-19), Don Lodice (on 1944-12-19) and Fred Stulce (on 1944-12-19)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1944-12-19)
vocals:
Frank Sinatra
orchestra:
Axel Stordahl and His Orchestra
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1944-12-19)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recording of:
When Your Lover Has Gone (on 1944-12-19)
lyricist and composer:
Einar Aaron Swan
publisher:
Remick Music Corp. and Warner Bros., Inc. (Warner Bros. Music Division)
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra2:55
4Kiss Me Again
recorded in:
Hollywood (on 1944-12-19)
bass:
Phil Stephens (bass and tuba player) (on 1944-12-19)
cello:
Fred Goerner (on 1944-12-19), Arthur Kafton (on 1944-12-19) and Jack Sewell (on 1944-12-19)
drums (drum set):
Ray Hagan (on 1944-12-19)
French horn:
James Stagliano (on 1944-12-19)
guitar:
Dave Barbour (on 1944-12-19)
harp:
Irma Clow (on 1944-12-19)
piano:
Mark McIntyre (American pianist, orchestra leader and songwriter.) (on 1944-12-19)
trombone:
Carl Loeffler (on 1944-12-19), Jimmy Skiles (on 1944-12-19) and Elmer Smithers (on 1944-12-19)
trumpet:
Charles Griffard (on 1944-12-19), Leonard Mach (on 1944-12-19) and Billy May (on 1944-12-19)
viola:
Allan Harshman (on 1944-12-19), Dave Sterkin (on 1944-12-19) and Garry White (on 1944-12-19)
violin:
Victor Arno (on 1944-12-19), Robert Barene (on 1944-12-19), Peter Ellis (violinist) (on 1944-12-19), David Frisina (on 1944-12-19), Gerald Joyce (on 1944-12-19), George Kast (on 1944-12-19), Sol Kindler (on 1944-12-19), Anthony Perrotti (on 1944-12-19), Nicholas Pisani (on 1944-12-19), Ted Rosen (on 1944-12-19), Mischa Russell (on 1944-12-19) and Olcott Vail (on 1944-12-19)
woodwind:
Heinie Beau (on 1944-12-19), Leonard Hartman (on 1944-12-19), Harold Lawson (on 1944-12-19), Don Lodice (on 1944-12-19) and Fred Stulce (on 1944-12-19)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1944-12-19)
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1944-12-19)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
cover recording of:
Mlle. Modiste: Act I. "Kiss Me Again" (Fifi) (on 1944-12-19)
lyricist:
Henry Blossom
composer:
Victor Herbert (composer)
publisher:
M. Witmark & Sons
part of:
Mlle. Modiste
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra2:48
5Where or When
bass:
Arthur "Artie" Shapiro (on 1945-01-29)
cello:
Fred Goerner (on 1945-01-29), Arthur Kafton (on 1945-01-29) and Jack Sewell (on 1945-01-29)
drums (drum set):
Ray Hagan (on 1945-01-29)
French horn:
James Stagliano (on 1945-01-29)
guitar:
Dave Barbour (on 1945-01-29)
harp:
Irma Clow (on 1945-01-29)
piano:
Mark McIntyre (American pianist, orchestra leader and songwriter.) (on 1945-01-29)
trombone:
Carl Loeffler (on 1945-01-29), Jimmy Skiles (on 1945-01-29) and Joe Yukl (on 1945-01-29)
trumpet:
Donald Anderson (trumpet) (on 1945-01-29), Charles Griffard (on 1945-01-29) and Leonard Mach (on 1945-01-29)
viola:
Allan Harshman (on 1945-01-29), Dave Sterkin (on 1945-01-29) and Garry White (on 1945-01-29)
violin:
Victor Arno (on 1945-01-29), Peter Ellis (violinist) (on 1945-01-29), Sam Freed, Jr. (Violinist) (on 1945-01-29), Gerald Joyce (on 1945-01-29), George Kast (on 1945-01-29), Sol Kindler (on 1945-01-29), Samuel Levine (violinist) (on 1945-01-29), Anthony Perrotti (on 1945-01-29), Nicholas Pisani (on 1945-01-29), Ted Rosen (on 1945-01-29), Mischa Russell (on 1945-01-29) and Olcott Vail (on 1945-01-29)
woodwind:
Heinie Beau (on 1945-01-29), Mannie Gershman (on 1945-01-29), Leonard Hartman (on 1945-01-29), Harold Lawson (on 1945-01-29) and Don Lodice (on 1945-01-29)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1945-01-29)
vocals:
Ken Lane Singers (on 1945-01-29) and Ken Lane (on 1945-01-29)
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1945-01-29)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
cover recording of:
Where or When (on 1945-01-29)
lyricist:
Lorenz Hart (in 1937)
composer:
Richard Rodgers (in 1937)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA), Chappell Music Ltd., Warner/Chappell, Williamson Music Company, 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), ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部 and Chappell & Co. (in 1937)
part of:
Babes in Arms (full musical)
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:16
6My Melancholy Baby
recording of:
My Melancholy Baby (on 1945-01-29)
lyricist:
George A. Norton (in 1912)
composer:
Ernie Burnett (in 1911)
publisher:
Francis, Day & Hunter Ltd. and Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc.
version of:
Melancholy (original 1911 version of "My Melancholy Baby", lyrics by Maybelle E. Watson)
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:10
7Mighty Lak’ a Rose
recorded in:
Hollywood (on 1945-01-29)
bass:
Arthur "Artie" Shapiro (on 1945-01-29)
cello:
Fred Goerner (on 1945-01-29), Arthur Kafton (on 1945-01-29) and Jack Sewell (on 1945-01-29)
drums (drum set):
Ray Hagan (on 1945-01-29)
French horn:
James Stagliano (on 1945-01-29)
guitar:
Dave Barbour (on 1945-01-29)
harp:
Irma Clow (on 1945-01-29)
piano:
Mark McIntyre (American pianist, orchestra leader and songwriter.) (on 1945-01-29)
trombone:
Carl Loeffler (on 1945-01-29), Jimmy Skiles (on 1945-01-29) and Joe Yukl (on 1945-01-29)
trumpet:
Donald Anderson (trumpet) (on 1945-01-29), Charles Griffard (on 1945-01-29) and Leonard Mach (on 1945-01-29)
viola:
Allan Harshman (on 1945-01-29), Dave Sterkin (on 1945-01-29) and Garry White (on 1945-01-29)
violin:
Victor Arno (on 1945-01-29), Peter Ellis (violinist) (on 1945-01-29), Sam Freed, Jr. (Violinist) (on 1945-01-29), Gerald Joyce (on 1945-01-29), George Kast (on 1945-01-29), Sol Kindler (on 1945-01-29), Samuel Levine (violinist) (on 1945-01-29), Anthony Perrotti (on 1945-01-29), Nicholas Pisani (on 1945-01-29), Ted Rosen (on 1945-01-29), Mischa Russell (on 1945-01-29) and Olcott Vail (on 1945-01-29)
woodwind:
Heinie Beau (on 1945-01-29), Mannie Gershman (on 1945-01-29), Leonard Hartman (on 1945-01-29), Harold Lawson (on 1945-01-29) and Don Lodice (on 1945-01-29)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1945-01-29)
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1945-01-29)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recording of:
Mighty Lak’ a Rose (1901 song) (on 1945-01-29)
lyricist:
Frank Lebby Stanton
composer:
Ethelbert Nevin
arrangement of:
Mighty Like a Rose (Cliff Adams arrangement)
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:26
8I Should Care
bass:
Arthur "Artie" Shapiro (on 1945-03-06)
cello:
Fred Goerner (on 1945-03-06), Arthur Kafton (on 1945-03-06) and Jack Sewell (on 1945-03-06)
drums (drum set):
Ray Hagan (on 1945-03-06)
French horn:
James Stagliano (on 1945-03-06)
guitar:
Dave Barbour (on 1945-03-06)
harp:
Irma Clow (on 1945-03-06)
instruments:
Mark McIntyre (American pianist, orchestra leader and songwriter.) (on 1945-03-06)
trombone:
Carl Loeffler (on 1945-03-06), Jimmy Skiles (on 1945-03-06) and Joe Yukl (on 1945-03-06)
trumpet:
Donald Anderson (trumpet) (on 1945-03-06), Charles Griffard (on 1945-03-06) and Leonard Mach (on 1945-03-06)
viola:
Allan Harshman (on 1945-03-06), Dave Sterkin (on 1945-03-06) and Garry White (on 1945-03-06)
violin:
Victor Arno (on 1945-03-06), Peter Ellis (violinist) (on 1945-03-06), Sam Freed, Jr. (Violinist) (on 1945-03-06), Gerald Joyce (on 1945-03-06), George Kast (on 1945-03-06), Sol Kindler (on 1945-03-06), Samuel Levine (violinist) (on 1945-03-06), Anthony Perrotti (on 1945-03-06), Nicholas Pisani (on 1945-03-06), Ted Rosen (on 1945-03-06), Mischa Russell (on 1945-03-06) and Olcott Vail (on 1945-03-06)
woodwind:
Heinie Beau (on 1945-03-06), Mannie Gershman (on 1945-03-06), Leonard Hartman (on 1945-03-06), Herbie Haymer (on 1945-03-06) and Harold Lawson (on 1945-03-06)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1945-03-06)
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1945-03-06)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
cover recording of:
I Should Care (on 1945-03-06)
writer:
Sammy Cahn, Axel Stordahl and Paul Weston
publisher:
Cahn Music Company, Dorsey Brothers Music, Hanover Music Corp., Music Sales Corporation (American copyright holder in both popular and classical music), Peermusic (UK) Limited, Stordahl Music Publishing and ピアーミュージック (Japan, subsidiary of Nichion)
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:03
9Homesick, That’s All
recorded in:
Hollywood (on 1945-03-06)
bass:
Arthur "Artie" Shapiro (on 1945-03-06)
cello:
Fred Goerner (on 1945-03-06), Arthur Kafton (on 1945-03-06) and Jack Sewell (on 1945-03-06)
drums (drum set):
Ray Hagan (on 1945-03-06)
French horn:
James Stagliano (on 1945-03-06)
guitar:
Dave Barbour (on 1945-03-06)
harp:
Irma Clow (on 1945-03-06)
instruments:
Mark McIntyre (American pianist, orchestra leader and songwriter.)
trombone:
Carl Loeffler (on 1945-03-06), Jimmy Skiles (on 1945-03-06) and Joe Yukl (on 1945-03-06)
trumpet:
Donald Anderson (trumpet) (on 1945-03-06), Charles Griffard (on 1945-03-06) and Leonard Mach (on 1945-03-06)
viola:
Allan Harshman (on 1945-03-06), Dave Sterkin (on 1945-03-06) and Garry White (on 1945-03-06)
violin:
Victor Arno (on 1945-03-06), Peter Ellis (violinist) (on 1945-03-06), Sam Freed, Jr. (Violinist) (on 1945-03-06), Gerald Joyce (on 1945-03-06), George Kast (on 1945-03-06), Sol Kindler (on 1945-03-06), Samuel Levine (violinist) (on 1945-03-06), Anthony Perrotti (on 1945-03-06), Nicholas Pisani (on 1945-03-06), Ted Rosen (on 1945-03-06), Mischa Russell (on 1945-03-06) and Olcott Vail (on 1945-03-06)
woodwind:
Heinie Beau (on 1945-03-06), Mannie Gershman (on 1945-03-06), Leonard Hartman (on 1945-03-06), Herbie Haymer (on 1945-03-06) and Harold Lawson (on 1945-03-06)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1945-03-06)
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1945-03-06)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recording of:
Homesick, That's All (on 1945-03-06)
writer:
Gordon Jenkins
publisher:
Mayfair Music, Inc.
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:25
10Dream (When You’re Feeling Blue)
recorded in:
Hollywood (on 1945-03-06)
bass:
Arthur "Artie" Shapiro (on 1945-03-06)
cello:
Fred Goerner (on 1945-03-06), Arthur Kafton (on 1945-03-06) and Jack Sewell (on 1945-03-06)
drums (drum set):
Ray Hagan (on 1945-03-06)
French horn:
James Stagliano (on 1945-03-06)
guitar:
Dave Barbour (on 1945-03-06)
harp:
Irma Clow (on 1945-03-06)
instruments:
Mark McIntyre (American pianist, orchestra leader and songwriter.) (on 1945-03-06)
trombone:
Carl Loeffler (on 1945-03-06), Jimmy Skiles (on 1945-03-06) and Joe Yukl (on 1945-03-06)
trumpet:
Donald Anderson (trumpet) (on 1945-03-06), Charles Griffard (on 1945-03-06) and Leonard Mach (on 1945-03-06)
viola:
Allan Harshman (on 1945-03-06), Dave Sterkin (on 1945-03-06) and Garry White (on 1945-03-06)
violin:
Victor Arno (on 1945-03-06), Peter Ellis (violinist) (on 1945-03-06), Sam Freed, Jr. (Violinist) (on 1945-03-06), Gerald Joyce (on 1945-03-06), George Kast (on 1945-03-06), Sol Kindler (on 1945-03-06), Samuel Levine (violinist) (on 1945-03-06), Anthony Perrotti (on 1945-03-06), Nicholas Pisani (on 1945-03-06), Ted Rosen (on 1945-03-06), Mischa Russell (on 1945-03-06) and Olcott Vail (on 1945-03-06)
woodwind:
Heinie Beau (on 1945-03-06), Mannie Gershman (on 1945-03-06), Leonard Hartman (on 1945-03-06), Herbie Haymer (on 1945-03-06) and Harold Lawson (on 1945-03-06)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1945-03-06)
vocals:
Ken Lane Singers (on 1945-03-06) and Ken Lane (on 1945-03-06)
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1945-03-06)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
cover recording of:
Dream (on 1945-03-06)
lyricist and composer:
Johnny Mercer (in 1944)
publisher:
Capitol Songs Inc., Michael H. Goldsen Inc., Warner Bros. Music Corp., Warner Music Corp. and WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:05
11A Friend of Yours
recorded in:
Hollywood (on 1945-03-06)
bass:
Arthur "Artie" Shapiro (on 1945-03-06)
cello:
Fred Goerner (on 1945-03-06), Arthur Kafton (on 1945-03-06) and Jack Sewell (on 1945-03-06)
drums (drum set):
Ray Hagan (on 1945-03-06)
French horn:
James Stagliano (on 1945-03-06)
guitar:
Dave Barbour (on 1945-03-06)
harp:
Irma Clow (on 1945-03-06)
instruments:
Mark McIntyre (American pianist, orchestra leader and songwriter.) (on 1945-03-06)
trombone:
Carl Loeffler (on 1945-03-06), Jimmy Skiles (on 1945-03-06) and Joe Yukl (on 1945-03-06)
trumpet:
Donald Anderson (trumpet) (on 1945-03-06), Charles Griffard (on 1945-03-06) and Leonard Mach (on 1945-03-06)
viola:
Allan Harshman (on 1945-03-06), Dave Sterkin (on 1945-03-06) and Garry White (on 1945-03-06)
violin:
Victor Arno (on 1945-03-06), Peter Ellis (violinist) (on 1945-03-06), Sam Freed, Jr. (Violinist) (on 1945-03-06), Gerald Joyce (on 1945-03-06), George Kast (on 1945-03-06), Sol Kindler (on 1945-03-06), Samuel Levine (violinist) (on 1945-03-06), Anthony Perrotti (on 1945-03-06), Nicholas Pisani (on 1945-03-06), Ted Rosen (on 1945-03-06), Mischa Russell (on 1945-03-06) and Olcott Vail (on 1945-03-06)
woodwind:
Heinie Beau (on 1945-03-06), Mannie Gershman (on 1945-03-06), Leonard Hartman (on 1945-03-06), Herbie Haymer (on 1945-03-06) and Harold Lawson (on 1945-03-06)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1945-03-06)
vocals:
Ken Lane Singers (on 1945-03-06) and Ken Lane (on 1945-03-06)
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1945-03-06)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
cover recording of:
A Friend of Yours (on 1945-03-06)
writer:
Johnny Burke (American lyricist, 1908-1964) and Jimmy Van Heusen
publisher:
Burke-Van Heusen, Inc.
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:04
12Put Your Dreams Away (for Another Day)
recorded in:
Hollywood (on 1945-05-01)
bass:
Arthur "Artie" Shapiro (on 1945-05-01)
cello:
Fred Goerner (on 1945-05-01), Arthur Kafton (on 1945-05-01) and Jack Sewell (on 1945-05-01)
drums (drum set):
Ray Hagan (on 1945-05-01)
French horn:
James Stagliano (on 1945-05-01)
guitar:
Dave Barbour (on 1945-05-01)
harp:
Irma Clow (on 1945-05-01)
piano:
Sam Furman (on 1945-05-01)
trombone:
Carl Loeffler (on 1945-05-01), Jimmy Skiles (on 1945-05-01) and Paul Weigand (on 1945-05-01)
trumpet:
Charles Griffard (on 1945-05-01), Leonard Mach (on 1945-05-01) and Horace Nelson (on 1945-05-01)
viola:
Allan Harshman (on 1945-05-01), Maurice Perlmutter (on 1945-05-01) and Dave Sterkin (on 1945-05-01)
violin:
Victor Arno (on 1945-05-01), Peter Ellis (violinist) (on 1945-05-01), Sam Freed, Jr. (Violinist) (on 1945-05-01), Gerald Joyce (on 1945-05-01), George Kast (on 1945-05-01), Sol Kindler (on 1945-05-01), Samuel Levine (violinist) (on 1945-05-01), Anthony Perrotti (on 1945-05-01), Nicholas Pisani (on 1945-05-01), Ted Rosen (on 1945-05-01), Mischa Russell (on 1945-05-01) and Olcott Vail (on 1945-05-01)
woodwind:
Heinie Beau (on 1945-05-01), Mannie Gershman (on 1945-05-01), Leonard Hartman (on 1945-05-01), Herbie Haymer (on 1945-05-01) and William Smith (woodwinds) (on 1945-05-01)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1945-05-01)
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1945-05-01)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
cover recording of:
Put Your Dreams Away (for Another Day) (on 1945-05-01)
lyricist:
Ruth Lowe and Paul Mann (German/American pianist and composer)
composer:
Stephan Weiss
publisher:
Anne-Rachel Music, Barton Music Corp., BMG Firefly, Cromwell Music, Inc., Tro-Cromwell Music, Inc. and フジパシフィックミュージック
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:09
13You’ll Never Walk Alone
recorded in:
Hollywood (on 1945-05-01)
bass:
Arthur "Artie" Shapiro (on 1945-05-01)
cello:
Fred Goerner (on 1945-05-01), Arthur Kafton (on 1945-05-01) and Jack Sewell (on 1945-05-01)
drums (drum set):
Ray Hagan (on 1945-05-01)
French horn:
James Stagliano (on 1945-05-01)
guitar:
Dave Barbour (on 1945-05-01)
harp:
Irma Clow (on 1945-05-01)
piano:
Sam Furman (on 1945-05-01)
trombone:
Carl Loeffler (on 1945-05-01), Jimmy Skiles (on 1945-05-01) and Paul Weigand (on 1945-05-01)
trumpet:
Charles Griffard (on 1945-05-01), Leonard Mach (on 1945-05-01) and Horace Nelson (on 1945-05-01)
viola:
Allan Harshman (on 1945-05-01), Maurice Perlmutter (on 1945-05-01) and Dave Sterkin (on 1945-05-01)
violin:
Victor Arno (on 1945-05-01), Peter Ellis (violinist) (on 1945-05-01), Sam Freed, Jr. (Violinist) (on 1945-05-01), Gerald Joyce (on 1945-05-01), George Kast (on 1945-05-01), Sol Kindler (on 1945-05-01), Samuel Levine (violinist) (on 1945-05-01), Anthony Perrotti (on 1945-05-01), Nicholas Pisani (on 1945-05-01), Ted Rosen (on 1945-05-01), Mischa Russell (on 1945-05-01) and Olcott Vail (on 1945-05-01)
woodwind:
Heinie Beau (on 1945-05-01), Mannie Gershman (on 1945-05-01), Leonard Hartman (on 1945-05-01), Herbie Haymer (on 1945-05-01) and Willie Smith (US jazz alto saxophonist, 1910-1967) (on 1945-05-01)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1945-05-01)
vocals:
Frank Sinatra, Marvin Bailey (on 1945-05-01), Ruth Clark (on 1945-05-01), Lee Gotch (on 1945-05-01), Ken Lane Singers (on 1945-05-01), Ken Lane (on 1945-05-01), Beverly Mahr (on 1945-05-01), Dorothy McCarty (on 1945-05-01), Mack McLean (on 1945-05-01), Elizabeth Rinkee (on 1945-05-01) and Chuck Schrouder (on 1945-05-01)
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1945-05-01)
performer:
Axel Stordahl and His Orchestra
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recording of:
You’ll Never Walk Alone (Carousel) (on 1945-05-01)
lyricist:
Oscar Hammerstein II (of Rodgers & Hammerstein)
composer:
Richard Rodgers
publisher:
Chappell Music Ltd., EMI Music Publishing Ltd., T.B. Harms Co., Williamson Music Company and Williamson Music, Inc.
part of:
Carousel (Rodgers & Hammerstein musical)
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:28
14If I Loved You
recorded in:
Hollywood (on 1945-05-01)
bass:
Artie Shapiro (on 1945-05-01)
cello:
Fred Goerner (on 1945-05-01), Arthur Kafton (on 1945-05-01) and John Sewell (on 1945-05-01)
drums (drum set):
Ray Hagan (on 1945-05-01)
French horn:
James Stagliano (on 1945-05-01)
guitar:
Dave Barbour (on 1945-05-01)
harp:
Irma Clow (on 1945-05-01)
piano:
Mark McIntyre (American pianist, orchestra leader and songwriter.) (on 1945-05-01)
saxophone:
Leonard Hartman (on 1945-05-01), Herbie Haymer (on 1945-05-01), Heine Beau (on 1945-05-01) and Manny Gershman (on 1945-05-01)
trombone:
Carl Loeffler (on 1945-05-01), Jimmy Skiles (on 1945-05-01) and Paul Weigand (on 1945-05-01)
trumpet:
Charles Griffard (on 1945-05-01), Leonard Mach (on 1945-05-01) and Horace Nelson (on 1945-05-01)
viola:
Allan Harshman (on 1945-05-01), Maurice Perlmutter (on 1945-05-01) and Dave Sterkin (on 1945-05-01)
violin:
Victor Arno (on 1945-05-01), Peter Ellis (violinist) (on 1945-05-01), Sam Freed (on 1945-05-01), Gerald Joyce (on 1945-05-01), George Kast (on 1945-05-01), Sol Kindler (on 1945-05-01), Samuel Levine (violinist) (on 1945-05-01), Anthony Perrotti (on 1945-05-01), Nick Pisani (on 1945-05-01), Ted Rosen (on 1945-05-01), Mischa Russell (on 1945-05-01) and Olcott Vail (on 1945-05-01)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1945-05-01)
conductor:
Axel Stordahl (on 1945-05-01)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
cover recording of:
If I Loved You (Carousel) (on 1945-05-01)
lyricist:
Oscar Hammerstein II (of Rodgers & Hammerstein)
composer:
Richard Rodgers
publisher:
Williamson Music Company and Williamson Music, Inc.
part of:
Carousel (Rodgers & Hammerstein musical)
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:07
15Lily Belle
recorded in:
Hollywood (on 1945-05-16)
bass:
Phil Stephens (bass and tuba player) (on 1945-05-16)
clarinet:
John Mayhew (flutist) (on 1945-05-16)
cornet:
Red Nichols (on 1945-05-16)
drums (drum set):
Nick Fatool (on 1945-05-16)
guitar:
Dave Barbour (on 1945-05-16)
piano:
Jimmy Sherman (on 1945-05-16)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1945-05-16)
vocals:
Charioteers (on 1945-05-16), Howard B. Daniels (on 1945-05-16), Edward Jackson (The Charioteers) (on 1945-05-16), Billy Williams (US singer, active 1930-1960) (on 1945-05-16) and Ira Williams (on 1945-05-16)
conductor:
Xavier Cugat (on 1945-05-16)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
cover recording of:
Lily Belle (on 1945-05-16)
writer:
Dave Franklin (cartoon music composer) and Irving Taylor
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:32
16Don’t Forget Tonight Tomorrow
recorded in:
Hollywood (on 1945-05-16)
bass:
Phil Stephens (bass and tuba player) (on 1945-05-16)
clarinet:
John Mayhew (flutist) (on 1945-05-16)
cornet:
Red Nichols (on 1945-05-16)
drums (drum set):
Nick Fatool (on 1945-05-16)
guitar:
Dave Barbour (on 1945-05-16)
piano:
Jimmy Sherman (on 1945-05-16)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1945-05-16)
vocals:
Charioteers (on 1945-05-16), Howard B. Daniels (on 1945-05-16), Edward Jackson (The Charioteers) (on 1945-05-16), Billy Williams (US singer, active 1930-1960) (on 1945-05-16) and Ira Williams (on 1945-05-16)
conductor:
Xavier Cugat (on 1945-05-16)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
cover recording of:
Don't Forget Tonight Tomorrow (on 1945-05-16)
lyricist:
Jay Milton
composer:
Leo "Ukie" Sherin
publisher:
Barton Music Corp.
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:06
17I’ve Got a Home in That Rock
recorded in:
Hollywood (on 1945-05-16)
bass:
Phil Stephens (bass and tuba player) (on 1945-05-16)
drums (drum set):
Nick Fatool (on 1945-05-16)
piano:
Jimmy Sherman (on 1945-05-16)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1945-05-16)
vocals:
Charioteers (on 1945-05-16), Howard B. Daniels (on 1945-05-16), Edward Jackson (The Charioteers) (on 1945-05-16), Billy Williams (US singer, active 1930-1960) (on 1945-05-16) and Ira Williams (on 1945-05-16)
conductor:
Xavier Cugat (on 1945-05-16)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recording of:
I Got a Home In-A Dat Rock (on 1945-05-16)
lyricist and composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
arranger:
Moses Hogan
Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra3:12
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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