In the Wee Small Hours

~ Release by Frank Sinatra (see all versions of this release, 19 available)

Tracklist

Digital Media 1
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1In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning
producer:
Voyle Gilmore
trumpet:
Harry “Sweets” Edison (on 1955-02-17)
vocals:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”) (on 1955-02-17)
orchestra:
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra (on 1955-02-17)
conductor:
Nelson Riddle (on 1955-02-17)
arranger:
Nelson Riddle
recorded at:
KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1955-02-17)
recording of:
In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning (on 1955-02-17)
lyricist:
Bob Hilliard
composer:
David Mann (American songwriter)
publisher:
Better Half Music Company, Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher), Bourne Music Ltd., Redd Evans Music Company and Rytvoc, Inc. (ASCAP)
sub-publisher:
Sony Music Publishing (Japan) Inc. (song publisher, never a release label), ヤマハミュージックEH(CM) and 日音 Synch事業部
part of:
The Real Book (compilation of jazz standards, Volume I)
2:59
2Mood Indigo
producer:
Voyle Gilmore
trumpet:
Harry “Sweets” Edison
vocals:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”) (on 1955-02-16)
orchestra:
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
conductor:
Nelson Riddle (on 1955-02-16)
arranger:
Nelson Riddle
recorded at:
KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1954-03 until 1955-03)
cover recording of:
Mood Indigo (1930 jazz composition and song) (on 1955-02-16)
lyricist:
Irving Mills (in 1930)
composer:
Barney Bigard (in 1930) and Duke Ellington (US composer, pianist & jazz bandleader) (in 1930)
publisher:
Duke Ellington Music, Indigo Mood Music, EMI Mills Music Inc. (ASCAP-affiliated) (in 1930), EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (PRS‐affiliated) (in 1930) and Lawrence Wright Music Co., Ltd. (in 1930)
part of:
The Real Book (compilation of jazz standards, Volume I)
33:30
3Glad to Be Unhappy
producer:
Voyle Gilmore
trumpet:
Harry “Sweets” Edison
vocals:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”) (on 1955-02-08)
orchestra:
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
conductor:
Nelson Riddle (on 1955-02-08)
arranger:
Nelson Riddle
recorded at:
KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1954-03 until 1955-03)
cover recording of:
Glad to Be Unhappy (on 1955-02-08)
lyricist:
Lorenz Hart
composer:
Richard Rodgers (composer)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA) and Williamson Music Company
part of:
On Your Toes
32:35
4I Get Along Without You Very Well
producer:
Voyle Gilmore
trumpet:
Harry “Sweets” Edison
violin:
Paul Shure (on 1955-02-17)
vocals:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”) (on 1955-02-17)
orchestra:
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
conductor:
Nelson Riddle (on 1955-02-17)
arranger:
Nelson Riddle
recorded at:
KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1954-03 until 1955-03)
cover recording of:
I Get Along Without You Very Well (on 1955-02-17)
lyricist:
Jane Brown Thompson
composer:
Hoagy Carmichael (in 1939)
publisher:
Songs of Peer, Ltd. (ASCAP) and Sony/ATV Harmony
sub-publisher:
ソニー・ミュージックパブリッシング A事業部
3:40
5Deep in a Dream
producer:
Voyle Gilmore
cello:
James Arkatov (on 1955-03-04), Cy Bernard (on 1955-03-04), Eleanor Aller (Eleanor Aller Slatkin; American cellist (1917-1995)) (on 1955-03-04), Armand Kaproff (on 1955-03-04), Ray Kramer (on 1955-03-04), Edgar Lustgarten (on 1955-03-04), Kurt Reher (on 1955-03-04) and Joseph Saxon (on 1955-03-04)
double bass:
Phil Stephens (bass and tuba player) (on 1955-03-04)
flute:
Arthur Gleghorn (on 1955-03-04), Luella Howard (on 1955-03-04), Jules Kinsler (on 1955-03-04) and George Poole (on 1955-03-04)
French horn:
John Cave (french horn) (on 1955-03-04), Vincent DeRosa (on 1955-03-04), Joseph Eger (horn player) (on 1955-03-04) and Richard Perissi (on 1955-03-04)
guitar:
George van Eps (on 1955-03-04)
harp:
Kathryn Julye (on 1955-03-04)
membranophone:
Louis Singer (percussionist) (on 1955-03-04)
piano:
Bill Miller (pianist) (on 1955-03-04)
trumpet:
Harry “Sweets” Edison
violin:
Victor Bay (on 1955-03-04), Alex Beller (on 1955-03-04), Harry Bluestone (on 1955-03-04), Nathan Ross (on 1955-03-04), Mischa Russell (violinist) (on 1955-03-04), Felix Slatkin (on 1955-03-04) and Marshall Sosson (on 1955-03-04)
vocals:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”) (on 1955-03-04)
orchestra:
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
conductor:
Nelson Riddle (on 1955-03-04)
arranger:
Nelson Riddle
recorded at:
KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1954-03 until 1955-03)
cover recording of:
Deep in a Dream (on 1955-03-04)
lyricist:
Eddie DeLange
composer:
Jimmy Van Heusen
publisher:
Chappell Music Ltd., Scarsdale Music Corp. (ASCAP) and Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
2:46
6I See Your Face Before Me
producer:
Voyle Gilmore
trumpet:
Harry “Sweets” Edison
vocals:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”) (on 1955-02-16)
orchestra:
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
conductor:
Nelson Riddle (on 1955-02-16)
arranger:
Nelson Riddle
recorded at:
KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1954-03 until 1955-03)
cover recording of:
I See Your Face Before Me (on 1955-02-16)
lyricist and composer:
Howard Dietz (librettist) and Arthur Schwartz
publisher:
Arthur Schwartz Music Ltd. and Chappell & Co.
3:21
7Can’t We Be Friends?
producer:
Voyle Gilmore
trumpet:
Harry “Sweets” Edison
vocals:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”) (on 1955-02-08)
orchestra:
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
conductor:
Nelson Riddle (on 1955-02-08)
arranger:
Nelson Riddle
recorded at:
KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1954-03 until 1955-03)
cover recording of:
Can’t We Be Friends? (on 1955-02-08)
lyricist:
Paul James (Lyricist, aka James Warburg)
composer:
Kay Swift
publisher:
Warner Bros. Music Corp.
2:45
8When Your Lover Has Gone
producer:
Voyle Gilmore
trumpet:
Harry “Sweets” Edison
vocals:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”) (on 1955-02-17)
orchestra:
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
conductor:
Nelson Riddle (on 1955-02-17)
arranger:
Nelson Riddle
recorded at:
KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1954-03 until 1955-03)
recording of:
When Your Lover Has Gone (on 1955-02-17)
lyricist and composer:
Einar Aaron Swan
publisher:
Remick Music Corp. and Warner Bros., Inc. (Warner Bros. Music Division)
3:08
9What Is This Thing Called Love
producer:
Voyle Gilmore
trumpet:
Harry “Sweets” Edison (on 1955-02-16)
vocals:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”) (on 1955-02-16)
orchestra:
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra (on 1955-02-16)
conductor:
Nelson Riddle (on 1955-02-16)
arranger:
Nelson Riddle
recorded at:
KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1954-03 until 1955-03)
cover recording of:
What Is This Thing Called Love? (Wake Up and Dream musical revue) (on 1955-02-16)
lyricist and composer:
Cole Porter (composer) (in 1929)
publisher:
Harms, Inc., Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!) and Warner/Chappell
part of:
Wake Up and Dream (1929 revue)
2:32
10Last Night When We Were Young
producer:
Voyle Gilmore
trumpet:
Harry “Sweets” Edison
vocals:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”) (on 1954-03-01)
orchestra:
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
conductor:
Nelson Riddle (on 1954-03-01)
arranger:
Nelson Riddle
recorded at:
KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1954-03 until 1955-03)
cover recording of:
Last Night When We Were Young (on 1954-03-01)
lyricist:
Yip Harburg
composer:
Harold Arlen
publisher:
Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher) and S.A. Music Co.
3:15
11I’ll Be Around
producer:
Voyle Gilmore
harp:
Kathryn Julye (on 1955-02-08)
trumpet:
Harry “Sweets” Edison
vocals:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”) (on 1955-02-08)
orchestra:
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
conductor:
Nelson Riddle (on 1955-02-08)
arranger:
Nelson Riddle
recorded at:
KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1954-03 until 1955-03)
cover recording of:
I’ll Be Around (on 1955-02-08)
lyricist and composer:
Alec Wilder
publisher:
Ludlow Music, Inc., Primary Wave 3 Songs (BMI) and TRO-Ludlow Music, Inc.
2:57
12Ill Wind
producer:
Voyle Gilmore
trumpet:
Harry “Sweets” Edison
vocals:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”) (on 1955-02-16)
orchestra:
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
conductor:
Nelson Riddle (on 1955-02-16)
arranger:
Nelson Riddle
recorded at:
KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1954-03 until 1955-03)
cover recording of:
Ill Wind (on 1955-02-16)
lyricist:
Ted Koehler (in 1934)
composer:
Harold Arlen (in 1934)
3:44
13It Never Entered My Mind
producer:
Voyle Gilmore
cello:
James Arkatov (on 1955-03-04), Cy Bernard (on 1955-03-04), Eleanor Aller (Eleanor Aller Slatkin; American cellist (1917-1995)) (on 1955-03-04), Armand Kaproff (on 1955-03-04), Ray Kramer (on 1955-03-04), Edgar Lustgarten (on 1955-03-04), Kurt Reher (on 1955-03-04) and Joseph Saxon (on 1955-03-04)
double bass:
Phil Stephens (bass and tuba player) (on 1955-03-04)
flute:
Arthur Gleghorn (on 1955-03-04), Luella Howard (on 1955-03-04), Jules Kinsler (on 1955-03-04) and George Poole (on 1955-03-04)
French horn:
John Cave (french horn) (on 1955-03-04), Vincent DeRosa (on 1955-03-04), Joseph Eger (horn player) (on 1955-03-04) and Richard Perissi (on 1955-03-04)
guitar:
George van Eps (on 1955-03-04)
harp:
Kathryn Julye (on 1955-03-04)
membranophone:
Louis Singer (percussionist) (on 1955-03-04)
piano:
Bill Miller (pianist) (on 1955-03-04)
trumpet:
Harry “Sweets” Edison
violin:
Victor Bay (on 1955-03-04), Alex Beller (on 1955-03-04), Harry Bluestone (on 1955-03-04), Nathan Ross (on 1955-03-04), Mischa Russell (violinist) (on 1955-03-04), Paul Shure (on 1955-03-04), Felix Slatkin (on 1955-03-04) and Marshall Sosson (on 1955-03-04)
vocals:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”) (on 1955-03-04)
orchestra:
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
conductor:
Nelson Riddle (on 1955-03-04)
arranger:
Nelson Riddle
recorded at:
KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1954-03 until 1955-03)
recording of:
It Never Entered My Mind (on 1955-03-04)
lyricist:
Lorenz Hart (in 1940)
composer:
Richard Rodgers (composer) (in 1940)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA) and Lorenz Hart Publishing Co.
sub-publisher:
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
2:39
14Dancing on the Ceiling
producer:
Voyle Gilmore
trumpet:
Harry “Sweets” Edison
vocals:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”) (on 1955-02-08)
orchestra:
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
conductor:
Nelson Riddle (on 1955-02-08)
arranger:
Nelson Riddle
recorded at:
KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1954-03 until 1955-03)
cover recording of:
Dancing on the Ceiling (1930 Rodgers & Hart song) (on 1955-02-08)
lyricist:
Lorenz Hart (in 1930)
composer:
Richard Rodgers (composer) (in 1930)
2:55
15I’ll Never Be the Same
producer:
Voyle Gilmore
cello:
James Arkatov (on 1955-03-04), Cy Bernard (on 1955-03-04), Eleanor Aller (Eleanor Aller Slatkin; American cellist (1917-1995)) (on 1955-03-04), Armand Kaproff (on 1955-03-04), Ray Kramer (on 1955-03-04), Edgar Lustgarten (on 1955-03-04), Kurt Reher (on 1955-03-04) and Joseph Saxon (on 1955-03-04)
double bass:
Phil Stephens (bass and tuba player) (on 1955-03-04)
flute:
Arthur Gleghorn (on 1955-03-04), Luella Howard (on 1955-03-04), Jules Kinsler (on 1955-03-04) and George Poole (on 1955-03-04)
French horn:
John Cave (french horn) (on 1955-03-04), Vincent DeRosa (on 1955-03-04), Joseph Eger (horn player) (on 1955-03-04) and Richard Perissi (on 1955-03-04)
guitar:
George van Eps (on 1955-03-04)
membranophone:
Louis Singer (percussionist) (on 1955-03-04)
piano:
Bill Miller (pianist) (on 1955-03-04)
trumpet:
Harry “Sweets” Edison
violin:
Victor Bay (on 1955-03-04), Alex Beller (on 1955-03-04), Harry Bluestone (on 1955-03-04), Nathan Ross (on 1955-03-04), Mischa Russell (violinist) (on 1955-03-04), Paul Shure (on 1955-03-04), Felix Slatkin (on 1955-03-04) and Marshall Sosson (on 1955-03-04)
vocals:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”) (on 1955-03-04)
orchestra:
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
conductor:
Nelson Riddle (on 1955-03-04)
arranger:
Nelson Riddle
recorded at:
KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1954-03 until 1955-03)
cover recording of:
I’ll Never Be the Same (on 1955-03-04)
lyricist:
Gus Kahn
composer:
Matty Malneck and Frank Signorelli
publisher:
EMI Robbins Catalog Inc. (ASCAP)
3:02
16This Love of Mine
producer:
Voyle Gilmore
trumpet:
Harry “Sweets” Edison
vocals:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”) (on 1955-02-17)
orchestra:
The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
conductor:
Nelson Riddle (on 1955-02-17)
arranger:
Nelson Riddle
recorded at:
KHJ Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1954-03 until 1955-03)
recording of:
This Love of Mine (on 1955-02-17)
lyricist:
Frank Sinatra (American singer and actor, “Ol’ Blue Eyes”)
composer:
Sol Parker (songwriter) and Henry Sanicola
publisher:
Embassy Music Corporation and Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996)
3:33

Credits

Release

phonographic copyright (℗) by:Capitol Records, LLC (not for release label use! fka Capitol Records, Inc. until 2007) (in 1998)
part of:Apple Digital Masters (ex-“Mastered for iTunes”) (order: 16)
purchase for download and streaming page:https://music.apple.com/us/album/1440815019 [info]