Best Songs For Hookups By Frank Sinatra

His music and soundtracks from the second half of the 20th century are among the best Frank Sinatra songs that still resonate today, here are the best open Sinatra songs.

Sinatra was a great and popular singer, the best interpreter of the great American songbook, an actor and a man of style. Sinatra, born on December 12, 1915, recorded more than 1200 different songs on more than one occasion, which was a great undertaking. 

Frank Sinatra recorded many songs during his long career, making it difficult to find a top 10 of the most underrated Frank Sinatra songs. We all know some of Sinatra’s most popular songs, but we don’t consider some to be avid Sinatra listeners. So I decided to go back to Sinatra, the most popular song of his time, and try to list some of his, in my opinion, most underrated songs. 

The legendary crooner Frank Sinatra was a fixture in Hollywood and some of his songs appeared in film classics such as Goodfellas and Harry Met Sally. Sinatra specialized in this type of song and album throughout his career, with “I Didn’t Sleep a Wink Last Night” and “I Will Never Smile at You” being solitary highlights. He has appeared in classics such as “Goodfellas,” “Harry Met Sally” and “Fear and Eathing in Las Vegas.”

Only The Lonely

Everyone loves his recording of his fantastic album, Frank Sinatra sings “Only The Lonely” (1958). One of the saddest Sinatra songs he’s ever done, but many of his recordings are more popular than any other artist and have been featured in films and TV shows in recent years. 

There are so many wonderful Frank Sinatra songs that I think are very underrated. I love this one of my favorite Sinatra songs, it’s one of my top five songs.

Fly Me to the Moon

Considered one of the greatest singers of all time, Frank Sinatra has enjoyed a long and illustrious career in the music industry spanning more than 50 years. Fly Me to the Moon remains Sinatra’s favourite song, and with good reason.

Frank Sinatra covered Gal Doll’s song “Fly Me To The Moon” on his It’s All Sweed Up album Counting on Bassie. According to the cougar hookup app MILF Sex, this whole album is among the best for casual sex.

The song earned him a Grammy for best male pop vocal performance of the year. I was lucky enough to see Frank Sinatra at the concert and sing along to one of Sinatra’s personal favorite songs, “Fly Me To The Moon” (I was surprised it was recorded in 35).

Comme D’habitude

Frank Sinatra recorded a French song called Comme D’habitude for Sinatra’s Sinatra album in 1963. This song was recorded by Sinatra in 1966 and introduced the title of the Beddy-bye movie The Man Who Would Kill.

Come Fly With Me

Spielberg played Frank Sinatra on the soundtrack of “Come Fly With Me” from the scene in which conman Frank Abagnale Jr. snuck into a job as a doctor and lawyer as a teenager by pretending to be a pilot to get a regular airline paycheck. Mr. Sinatra’s road manager Dick Curtis says Mr. Sinatra’s personal favorite is sung here. 

It Had To You

Rob Reiner struggled to find a title for his ROM-Com masterpiece When Harry Met Sally. At one point he even considered naming the film after him, which, if you fancy acting, is a kind of theme song for the film. Reiner played several versions of the song in the film, including a rendition of Frank Sinatra. 

Lonely Old Graver

Frank Sinatra was a big music star in the 1940s, but the early 50s were different. He no longer filled concert halls with screeching bobby soxers, and a few years after the death of his publicist and confidante George Evans in 1950, Sinatra’s public standing had been shredded by the breakdown of his marriage to Nancy, so he made it his mission to woo Ava Gardner. In the 1958 “s he sang “Lonely Old Graver,” and Sinatra nailed it in a way that made it a staple of his shows until the end of his career, introducing the definitive saloon song. 

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Random Thoughts on Frank Sinatra: The Concert Collection

This isn’t nearly as insightful as Mr. Dispenza’s post, but here goes!

First off, let me make my thanks to Sinatra Enterprises and Shout very clear…this seven dvd set containing twelve complete shows plus the bonus vintage performances is swell indeed.

I enjoy that some of these discs include lesser-known songs of the Sinatra catalogue – not simply the standards that comprised most of his concerts.  I love “Lady is a Tramp” as much as the next fan, but (forgive me) I don’t need that many versions of it… On the other hand, I love “I Loved Her,” “Monday Morning Quarterback” and “(We had a) Good Thing Going” from Sinatra: The Man and His Music (with Count Basie), which were released on what I consider Sinatra’s last great album She Shot Me Down.  (Anyone agree with that statement?)

I had forgotten that the 1981 special also included the pretty awful “Say Hello,” which nevertheless holds a warm spot in my heart because it served as the original theme song of my radio show (bad rhymes and all!)  I used to play in from the 45 – how long ago that seems.

Sinatra and Friends offer another of the favorite early memories in my Sinatra life was the trio Dino, Robert Merrill, and Frank” on “Oldest Established,” which in 1977 demonstrated vividly to this high school student just how much fun Sinatra’s singing with friends could be…and introduced me to Guys and Dolls.

Watching these shows also makes me think that Sinatra should’ve sung otherpeople’s songs more, like his humorous duet with the Fifth Dimension for Francis Albert Sinatra Does His Thing, on “Sweet Blindness.” 

What I enjoy so much about it – more than, for example, the duet on “Chicago” with Tony Bennett for Sinatra and Friends – is how it highlights exactly how talented, comfortable and confident a singer Frank was – no matter the genre (and even if the chorography wasn’t exactly worked out). 

The Bennett duet, meanwhile, just seems uncomfortable to me, and I can’t determine whether Tony wasn’t in fine voice or whether the key of the Sinatra arrangement is just too low for him.

The dvd set also makes me lament that Watertown was never turned into the television special it was meant to be. 

I really think that a live Sinatra performance of those songs, and telling that story, would have made arresting television, and would’ve made the album a far more significant part of his catalogue of recordings than, sadly, it has turned out to be.

One final thought: a singing Sinatra surrounded by posing women.  I LOVE 1950s television!

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Getting back to Frank Sinatra: The Concert Collection…

The ‘Primetime’ volume is unique in that it displays three different types of formats used for Sinatra specials, along with a healthy dose of Don Costa conducting and arranging.

“Francis Albert Sinatra Does His Thing”, from 1968, has a thematic nod to the current times, including the great line “Now, nobody would really explain to me exactly what my thing is supposed to be… but it can’t be all bad, baby, ‘cause they’re lettin’ me do it on television.”

The show starts with new arrangements of “Hello Young Lovers”, “Baubles, Bangles and Beads”, and the current recording “Cycles”. While I was never a fan of the ‘hip chorus’ backing Sinatra vocals on records, it’s tolerable here and one gets to see The Man run over to hug what appears to be a surprised Costa, while spotting Conte Candoli on trumpet and Ray Brown on bass.

As a tribute to the Civil Rights Movement, the medley with Diahann Carroll is interesting, but other than “The Lonesome Road”, it’s always seemed a bit forced to me.

On the other hand, Sinatra singing with The Fifth Dimension on Laura Nyro’s “Sweet Blindness” has always been playful, including when he sings ‘sweet-eyed business’ by mistake.

The Saloon Medley is given a fresh approach with the handling of “Glad To Be Unhappy”, “Here’s That Rainy Day”, “It Never Entered My Mind” and “Gone With The Wind”. Sinatra, the actor, is emphasized reflecting and then leaving a motel room by car.

This is also the show where love beads are worn for a medley of “Nice ‘n’ Easy” and “How Little We Know” but then it’s back to formal wear for a concert performance of “Lost In The Stars”.

1969’s “Sinatra” not only gives him an Executive Producer credit, but returns to the one-man show format. “For Once In My Life” provides a strong opening and “My Way” is still a new song. While the film clip self-deprecating segment is tedious, it’s a treat to hear new takes on “All The Way” and “The Tender Trap”.

The contemporary sounds of Sinatra are shown to good advantage with “Little Green Apples”, “A Man Alone”, “Didn’t We” and “Love’s Been Good To Me”.

This show ends with a new arrangement of “My Kind Of Town”, but a humorous reprise is attempted for the closing credits, which then brings everything to an awkward fade, mostly due to all of the sound effects.

Nelson Riddle returns to conducting the orchestra for “Sinatra And Friends”. The concept of this 1977 special was to give many guests an opportunity to do a solo number, and be paired with Sinatra for a duet. The opening “Where Or When” features everyone and then Sinatra solos on “I’ve Got You Under My Skin”.

For the most part, the guest solos seem dated now, which leaves the duets as the reason to watch this show. Natalie Cole is a great complement on “I Get A Kick Out Of You”, Dean Martin makes a token appearance to join Sinatra and Robert Merrill on “The Oldest Established”, Tony Bennett partners on “My Kind Of Town” and Leslie Uggams is featured on “The Lady Is A Tramp”.

Unfortunately, Loretta Lynn struggles on the disco arrangement of “All Or Nothing At All” (nuff said), and while “September Song” ultimately works with Sinatra and John Denver, it’s still a tough moment since Denver’s singing style is so literal to the music (which comes off a bit stiff).

Sinatra closes the show with the disco arrangement of “Night and Day” (a bit more tolerable), Paul Anka’s “Everybody Ought To Be In Love”, and “Put Your Dreams Away”.

While The Voice is showing a bit of wear on this last number, it’s still a testament to how long it’s been his signature theme.

“Concert For The Americas”, taped for Showtime in 1982, is the fourth volume of the set and simply a stellar and exciting performance from start to finish.

This show finally makes its official US video debut as part of this box set, but is also available individually.

Vinnie Falcone takes the baton through most of what would become the staples of the latter Sinatra In Concert repertoire.

Throughout, there is give and take with the audience, as well as with the orchestra. And yes, after the end of “Strangers In The Night”, if you turn the volume up a bit, you’ll be able to hear Sinatra say to the orchestra, “That’s the worst f—ing song I ever heard !”.

Buddy Rich is featured on the opening “Prologue” and closing “Something’s Coming” sections from his classic “West Side Story Medley”.

As a side note, when the show was syndicated by Paramount (if memory serves) for a two-hour time slot, with commercials, an additional Buddy Rich number was included to fill the time needed.

Tony Mottola is given the spotlight to accompany Sinatra on “Send In The Clowns” and “Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars”. Even at this stage of his career, Ol’ Blue Eyes could still hold an audience spellbound with just voice and guitar.

The finale is the unique version of “Theme From New York, New York” that includes a few lines from the ‘On The Town’ “New York, New York” as an introduction, before the fireworks display over the closing credits brings the official close to this box set.

The Bonus Disc is especially great for anyone who doesn’t already have “Happy Holidays With Bing and Frank”. From 1958, it’s packed with great Christmas music, plus a duet on “White Christmas”. And we all can guess why the valet’s name is Leon…

“Vintage Sinatra” is also featured and was created for PBS in 2003, and shows great performance footage from Sinatra on television in the 1950’s. Unfortunately, the ten bonus clips included have not been remastered, so it’s a bit jarring after watching the care put into the ones preserved for the special.

The quality of this particular bonus material varies from an almost pristine “Our Love Is Here To Stay”, to a wonderful performance of “Bewitched” that is marred by a competitive and overwhelming amount of hiss.

“Moonlight In Vermont” is in a setting that complements the performance, and the absolute standouts are watching Sinatra practically right in the orchestra for “The Road To Mandalay” and “We’ll Be Together Again”.  These last two clips alone make this set worth owning.

All in all, including the bonus material, the entire box gives us Sinatra performing on television over four decades, and that’s quite a feat unto itself…More On Frank Sinatra: The Concert Collection

Sinatra Recordings for January 30th

1941

That’s How It Goes

  • With: Tommy Dorsey Orch w/Connie Haines & The Pied Pipers
  • Arr/Cond: ?
  • Victor Aircheck Time: 2:26 Released: 1994
  • CD: The Song Is You

When Daylight Dawns

  • With: Tommy Dorsey Orch & The Pied Pipers
  • Arr/Cond: ?
  • Victor Aircheck Time: 2:53 Released: 1994
  • CD: The Song Is You

1967

Baubles, Bangles And Beads

  • With: Antonio Carlos Jobim-guitar & vocal
  • Arr/Cond: Claus Ogerman
  • Reprise Studio Time: 2:32
  • LP: Sinatra/Jobim
  • CD: Sinatra/Jobim

I Concentrate On You

  • With: Antonio Carlos Jobim-guitar & vocal
  • Arr/Cond: Claus Ogerman
  • Reprise Studio Time: 2:36
  • LP: Sinatra/Jobim
  • CD: Sinatra/Jobim

Dindi

  • With: Antonio Carlos Jobim-guitar
  • Arr/Cond: Claus Ogerman
  • Reprise Studio Time: 3:28
  • LP: Sinatra/Jobim
  • CD: Sinatra/Jobim
  • Notes: LP edited

Change Partners

  • Arr/Cond: Claus Ogerman
  • Reprise Studio Time: 2:40
  • LP: Sinatra/Jobim
  • CD: Sinatra/Jobim
  • Nots: Al Viola plays guitar on this track, not Jobim
  • Session note: One recording unreleased

Songs Recorded by Frank Sinatra Beginning With The Letter B

Baby Just Like You, A
  10/24/75 - Arr: Don Costa
    With: Chorus
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Sinatra Christmas Album
       Note: Orch recorded 10/15/75, chorus added 10/25/75

Baby Won't You Please Come Home
  04/29/57 - Arr: Gordon Jenkins
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Where Are You?

Bad, Bad Leroy Brown
  12/10/73         Arr: Don Costa
    With: Chorus
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio
  10/13/74         Arr: Don Costa
    With: Woody Herman & The Young Thundering Herd
    Reprise, Live
      CD: Main Event-Live
       Note: Madison Square Garden

Bali Ha'i
  02/28/49         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    With: Chorus
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)
  06/04/73         Arr: Gordon Jenkins
    Reprise, Studio, Released: 1995
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio
  04/08/81         Arr: Gordon Jenkins
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio

Barbara
  03/14/77         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    Reprise, Studio, Released: 1995
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio
       Note: Orch recorded 3/11/77

Baubles, Bangles And Beads
  12/22/58         Arr: Billy May
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Come Dance With Me
  01/30/67         Arr: Claus Ogerman
    With: Antonio Carlos Jobim-guitar & vocal
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Sinatra/Jobim

Be Careful, It's My Heart
  06/09/42         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    With: Tommy Dorsey Orch
    Victor, Studio
      CD: The Song Is You
  08/13/42         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    With: Tommy Dorsey Orch
    Victor, Aircheck, Released: 1999
      CD: It's All So New!
  12/20/60         Arr: Skip Martin
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Ring-A-Ding Ding

Beautiful Strangers, The
  03/20/69         Arr: Don Costa
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio

Before The Music Ends
  12/18/79         Arr: Gordon Jenkins
    With: LA Philharmonic Symphony Orch
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Trilogy: Future

Begin The Beguine
  02/24/46         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

Bein' Green
  10/26/70         Arr: Don Costa
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio

Bells Of Christmas (Greensleeves)
  08/12/68         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    With: Nancy, Tina, Frank Jr & The Jimmy Joyce Singers
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Sinatra Christmas Album
       Note: Frank Jr vocal dubbed 8/19/68

Best I Ever Had, The
  06/21/76         Arr: Billy May
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio

Best Is Yet To Come, The
  06/09/64         Arr: Quincy Jones
    With: Count Basie Orch
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: It Might As Well Be Swing
  10/12/93         Arr: Quincy Jones
    With: Jon Secada (Electronic Duet)
    Capitol, Studio, Released: 1994
      CD: Duets II

Best Of Everything, The
  04/16/84         Arr: Joe Parnello
    Qwest, Studio
      CD: L. A. Is My Lady

Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered
  08/13/57         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Pal Joey Soundtrack (OOP)
  02/20/63         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Concert Sinatra
  04/00/94         Arr: Patrick Williams
    With: Patti LaBelle (Electronic Duet)
    Capitol, Special
      CD: Duets II
       Note: Orch recorded 5/17-18/94, vocal from April 1994 concert

Bim Bam Baby
  06/03/52         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

Birth Of The Blues, The
  06/03/52         Arr: Heinie Beau
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52
  11/30/62         Arr: Billy May
    With: w/ Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr & Summit Orch
    Artanis, Live, Released: 1999
      CD: The Summit In Concert
       Note: Villa Venice, Wheeling, IL

Birth Of The Blues, The (Reprise)
  11/30/62         Arr: Billy May
    With: w/ Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr & Summit Orch
    Artanis, Live, Released: 1999
      CD: The Summit In Concert
       Note: Villa Venice, Wheeling, IL

Blame It On My Youth
  04/04/56         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    With: The Hollywood String Quartet
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Concepts

Blue Hawaii
  10/08/57         Arr: Billy May
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Come Fly With Me

Blue Lace
  11/11/68         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio

Blue Moon
  11/21/40         Arr: ?
    With: Tommy Dorsey Orch & band vocal
    Victor, Aircheck, Released: 1999
      CD: Learn To Croon
  09/01/60         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Swingin' Session & More

Blue Skies
  07/15/41         Arr: Sy Oliver
    With: Tommy Dorsey Orch & Band Vocal
    Victor, Studio
      CD: The Song Is You
  12/18/41         Arr: Sy Oliver
    With: Tommy Dorsey Orch
    Rhino, Movie, Released: 1997
      CD: Alive And Kickin': Big Bands
       Note: Ship Ahoy (MGM) movie soundtrack (1941), not used
  07/30/46         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio, Released: 1956
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

Blues In The Night
  06/24/58         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Only The Lonely
       Note: Whistling by Sinatra

Body And Soul
  11/09/47         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio, Released: 1949
      CD: Portrait Of Sinatra
    Columbia, Studio, Alternate, Released: 1960
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52
    Columbia, Studio, Alternate, Released: 1967
      CD: Sings His Greatest Hits

Bonita
  02/12/69         Arr: Eumir Deodato
    With: Antonio Carlos Jobim-guitar
    Reprise, Studio, Released: 1995
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio

Bop! Goes My Heart
  12/15/48         Arr: Phil Moore
    With: Phil Moore Four
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

Born Free
  07/24/67         Arr: Gordon Jenkins
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio

Boys' Night Out, The
  03/06/62 - Arr: Billy May
    Reprise, Studio, Released: 1995
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio

Brahms' Lullaby
  07/08/44 - Arr: Axel Stordahl
    With: CBS Orch
    Columbia, V-Disc, Released: 1994
      CD: The V-Discs
       Note: V-Disc Rec Sess at KFWB Studio Theatre
  10/23/44 - Arr: Raymond Paige
    With: Raymond Paige Orch
    Columbia, V-Disc, Released: 1994
      CD: The V-Discs
       Note: NBC For The Record- V-Disc Session, Unissued V-Disc
  12/03/44 - Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52
       Note: Columbia release as The Cradle Song

Brazil
  10/08/57 - Arr: Billy May
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Come Fly With Me

Brooklyn Bridge, The
  10/31/46 - Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

But Beautiful
  08/17/47 - Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

But None Like You
  12/26/47 - Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

But Not For Me
  09/18/79 - Arr: Billy May
    With: Chorus
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Trilogy: Past

By The Time I Get To Phoenix
  11/12/68         Arr: Don Costa
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio

Bye, Bye, Baby
  07/10/49         Arr: George Siravo & Sid Cooper
    With: The Pastels
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52
    Columbia, Studio, Alternate, Released: 1996
      CD: Swing & Dance With
    Columbia, Studio, Alternate, Released: 1958
      CD: Not on CD

Songs Recorded by Frank Sinatra Beginning With The Letter A

Accidents Will Happen
  09/18/50         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Rarities

Adeste Fideles
  08/08/46         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Christmas Songs By Sinatra
  07/10/57         Arr: Gordon Jenkins
    With: The Ralph Brewster Singers
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: A Jolly Christmas

After You've Gone
  04/13/84         Arr: Frank Foster
    Qwest, Studio
      CD: L. A. Is My Lady

Ain't She Sweet
  04/10/62         Arr: Neal Hefti
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Sinatra & Swingin' Brass

Ain'tcha Ever Comin' Back
  03/11/47         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    With: The Pied Pipers
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

All Alone
  01/15/62         Arr: Gordon Jenkins
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio

All I Need Is The Girl
  12/11/67         Arr: Billy May
    With: Duke Ellington Orch
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Francis A & Edward K

All My Tomorrows
  12/29/58         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Complete Capital Singles
  02/18/69         Arr: Don Costa
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: My Way

All Of Me
  07/08/44         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    With: CBS Orch
    Columbia, V-Disc, Released: 1994
      CD: The V-Discs
       Note: V-Disc Rec Sess at KFWB Studio Theatre
  11/07/46         Arr: George Siravo
    Columbia, Studio, Alternate, Released: 1993
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52
    Columbia, Studio, Alternate, Released: 1996
      CD: Swing & Dance With
  10/19/47         Arr: George Siravo
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52
    Columbia, Studio, Alternate, Released: 1996
      CD: Swing & Dance With
  04/19/54         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Young Lovers/Swing Easy
  03/31/59         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    With: Red Norvo Quintet w/Local Orch
    Blue Note, Live, Released: 1997
      CD: Live In Australia, 1959
       Note: West Melbourne Stadium, Melbourne, Australia

All Of You
  09/17/79         Arr: Billy May
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Trilogy: Past

All Or Nothing At All
  08/31/39         Arr: Andy Gibson
    With: Harry James Orch
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Harry James Feat Frank Sinatra
  08/31/39         Arr: Andy Gibson
    With: Harry James Orch
    Columbia, Studio, Alternate, Released: 1994
      CD: Harry James Feat Frank Sinatra
  11/22/61         Arr: Don Costa
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Sinatra & Strings
  05/16/66         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Strangers In The Night
  02/16/77         Arr: Joe Beck
    Reprise, Studio, Released: 1995
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio
       Note: Orch rec 2/15/77

All The Things You Are
  07/08/44         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    With: CBS Orch
    Columbia, V-Disc, Released: 1994
      CD: The V-Discs
       Note: V-Disc Rec Sess at KFWB Studio Theatre
  01/29/45         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    With: The Ken Lane Singers
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

All The Way
  08/13/57         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Complete Capital Singles
  03/31/59         Arr: Bill Miller
    With: Bill Miller-solo piano
    Blue Note, Live, Released: 1997
      CD: Live In Australia, 1959
       Note: West Melbourne Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
  04/29/63         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Sinatra's Sinatra

All The Way / One For My Baby
  07/01/93         Arr: P Williams / N Riddle
    With: Kenny G-ssx (Electronic Duet)
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Duets
       Note: Kenny G plays on All The Way only (arr by Williams)

All The Way Home
  01/25/83         Arr: Joe Parnello
    Reprise, Studio, Released: 1995
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio

All This And Heaven Too
  05/23/40         Arr: ?
    With: Tommy Dorsey Orch
    Victor, Studio
      CD: The Song Is You

All Through The Day
  02/03/46         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Not on CD
    Columbia, Studio, Alternate
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

Almost Like Being In Love
  03/31/47         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52
    Columbia, Studio, Alternate, Released: 1955
      CD: Portrait Of Sinatra
  03/22/61         Arr: Heinie Beau
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Come Swing With Me

Always
  12/15/46         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio, Released: 1993
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52
       Note: This arrangement with horns
  01/09/47         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio, Released: 1950
      CD: Hello, Young Lovers
    Columbia, Studio, Alternate, Released: 1993
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52
       Note: This arrangement without horns
  08/23/60         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Swingin' Session!!! & More

America The Beautiful
  08/27/45         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    With: The Ken Lane Singers
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52
  02/20/63         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    With: Chorus
    Reprise, Studio, Released: 1990
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio

American Beauty Rose
  03/10/50         Arr: Norman Leyden
    With: Mitch Miller's Dixieland Band
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52
  03/21/61         Arr: Heinie Beau
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Come Swing With Me

Among My Souvenirs
  07/30/46         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Not on CD
    Columbia, Studio, Alternate, Released: 1993
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

And Then You Kissed Me
  05/24/44         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    With: CBS Orch
    Columbia, V-Disc, Released: 1994
      CD: The V-Discs
       Note: The Frank Sinatra Program broadcast

Angel Eyes
  05/29/58         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Only The Lonely
  03/31/59         Arr: Bill Miller
    With: Bill Miller-solo piano
    Blue Note, Live, Released: 1997
      CD: Live In Australia, 1959
       Note: West Melbourne Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
  02/01/66         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    With: Count Basie Orch
    Reprise, Live
      CD: Sinatra At The Sands
       Note: The Sands Hotel, Las Vegas
  10/04/74         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    With: Woody Herman & The Young Thundering Herd
    Reprise, Live
      CD: Main Event-Live
       Note: Buffalo, NY
  10/24/87         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    With: Sinatra Concert Orch
    Capitol, Live, Released: 1995
      CD: 80th Live
       Note: Reunion Arena, Dallas

Anything
  09/09/40         Arr: Deane Kincaide
    With: Tommy Dorsey Orch
    Victor, Studio
      CD: The Song Is You

Anything Goes
  01/16/56         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Songs For Swingin' Lovers

Anytime (I'll Be There)
  03/05/75         Arr: Don Costa
    With: Rhodes, Chalmers & Rhodes-background vocals
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio
       Note: Orchestra recorded 2/4/75

Anytime At All
  11/10/64         Arr: Ernie Freeman
    With: Chorus
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio

Anytime, Anywhere
  05/02/53         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Complete Capital Singles

April In Paris
  10/09/50         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio, Released: 1951
      CD: Columbia Years 1943-52
  10/03/57         Arr: Billy May
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Come Fly With Me
  06/07/62         Arr: adapted from May chart
    With: Sinatra Sextet
    Reprise, Live, Released: 1994
      CD: Sinatra/Sextet: Live in Paris
       Note: The Olympia Theatre, Paris

April Played The Fiddle
  04/10/40         Arr: Deane Kincaide
    With: Tommy Dorsey Orch
    Victor, Studio
      CD: The Song Is You

Are You Lonesome Tonight?
  01/17/62         Arr: Gordon Jenkins
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio

Aren't You Glad You're You
  10/03/45         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    With: CBS Orch
    Columbia, V-Disc, Released: 1994
      CD: The V-Discs
       Note: Songs By Sinatra broadcast

Around The World
  10/08/57         Arr: Billy May
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Come Fly With Me

As Time Goes By
  09/12/61         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Point Of No Return

As You Desire Me
  11/20/61         Arr: Don Costa
    Reprise, Studio, Released: 1992
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio

At Least A Little In Love
  08/03/40         Arr: ?
    With: Tommy Dorsey Orch
    Victor, Aircheck, Released: 1994
      CD: The Song Is You

At Long Last Love
  11/20/56         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: A Swingin' Affair
  06/09/57         Arr: Nelson Riddle
    With: LA Studio Orch
    Artanis, Live, Released: 1999
      CD: 57 In Concert
       Note: Seattle Civic Center, Seattle, WA
  03/31/59         Arr: adapted from Riddle chart
    With: Red Norvo Quintet
    Blue Note, Live, Released: 1997
      CD: Live In Australia, 1959
       Note: West Melbourne Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
  04/11/62         Arr: Neal Hefti
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Sinatra & Swingin' Brass
            Complete Reprise Studio
  06/07/62         Arr: adapted from Hefti chart
    With: Sinatra Sextet
    Reprise, Live, Released: 1994
      CD: Sinatra/Sextet: Live in Paris
       Note: The Olympia Theatre, Paris

Autumn In New York
  12/04/47         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio, Released: 1948
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52
  10/03/57         Arr: Billy May
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Come Fly With Me
  10/12/74         Arr: Billy May
    With: Woody Herman & The Young Thundering Herd
    Reprise, Live
      CD: Main Event-Live
       Note: Madison Square Garden, NYC

Autumn Leaves
  04/10/57         Arr: Gordon Jenkins
    Capitol, Studio
      CD: Where Are You?
  04/10/57         Arr: Gordon Jenkins
    Capitol, Studio, Alternate
      CD: Not on CD

Available
  07/17/64         Arr: Ernie Freeman
    With: Chorus
    Reprise, Studio
      CD: Complete Reprise Studio

Ave Maria
  03/28/45         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    With: US Military WAVES Chorus
    Columbia, Aircheck, Released: 1994
      CD: Christmas Songs By Sinatra
       Note: The Frank Sinatra Show broadcast

Azure-Te (Paris Blues)
  06/03/52         Arr: Axel Stordahl
    Columbia, Studio
      CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

Sinatra Recordings for January 29th

1945

My Melancholy Baby

  • Arr/Cond: Axel Stordahl
  • Columbia Studio Time: 3:09 Released: 1948
  • Single: 38287
  • LP: Come Back To Sorrento
  • CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

Where Or When

  • With: The Ken Lane Singers
  • Arr/Cond: Axel Stordahl
  • Columbia Studio Time: 3:13 Released: 1950
  • 78 Album: Dedicated To You [38685]
  • LP: Dedicated To You (10″)
  • CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

All The Things You Are

  • With: The Ken Lane Singers
  • Arr/Cond: Axel Stordahl
  • Columbia Studio Time: 3:00 Released: 1947
  • 78 Album: Songs By Sinatra [37258]
  • LP: Songs By Sinatra (10″)
  • CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

Mighty Lak’ A Rose

  • Arr/Cond: Axel Stordahl
  • Columbia Studio Time: 3:23
  • Single: 36860
  • LP: Reflections
  • CD: Columbia Years: 1943-52

1964

It Might As Well Be Spring

  • Arr/Cond: Nelson Riddle
  • Reprise Studio Time: 3:25
  • LP: Academy Award Winners
  • CD: Academy Award Winners

Secret Love

  • Arr/Cond: Nelson Riddle
  • Reprise Studio Time: 3:51
  • LP: Academy Award Winners
  • CD: Academy Award Winners

Moon River

  • Arr/Cond: Nelson Riddle
  • Reprise Studio Time: 3:17
  • LP: Academy Award Winners
  • CD: Academy Award Winners

Days Of Wine And Roses

  • Arr/Cond: Nelson Riddle
  • Reprise Studio Time: 2:15
  • LP: Academy Award Winners
  • CD: Academy Award Winners

Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

  • Arr/Cond: Nelson Riddle
  • Reprise Studio Time: 3:20
  • LP: Academy Award Winners
  • CD: Academy Award Winners

1964

Way You Look Tonight, The

  • Arr/Cond: Nelson Riddle
  • Reprise Studio Time: 3:21
  • LP: Academy Award Winners
  • CD: Academy Award Winners

Three Coins In The Fountain

  • Arr/Cond: Nelson Riddle
  • Reprise Studio Time: 3:43
  • LP: Academy Award Winners
  • CD: Academy Award Winners

Swinging On A Star

  • Arr/Cond: Nelson Riddle
  • Reprise Studio Time: 2:50
  • LP: Academy Award Winners
  • CD: Academy Award Winners

Continental, The

  • Arr/Cond: Nelson Riddle
  • Reprise Studio Time: 3:12
  • LP: Academy Award Winners
  • CD: Academy Award Winners

In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening

  • Arr/Cond: Nelson Riddle
  • Reprise Studio Time: 1:51
  • LP: Academy Award Winners
  • CD: Academy Award Winners

1963

Come Blow Your Horn

  • Arr/Cond: Nelson Riddle
  • Reprise Studio Time: 3:07
  • Single: 20,184
  • LP: Softly, As I Leave You
  • CD: Complete Reprise Studio