8 thoughts on “ Blues In The Night - Frank Sinatra - Frank Sinatra Sings For Only The Lonely (CD, Album) ”

  1. Los Angeles – September 6, - Frank Sinatra’s intimate opus, Frank Sinatra Sings For Only The Lonely, has been newly mixed in stereo for an expanded 60th Anniversary Edition to be released worldwide on October 19 by Capitol/UMe and Frank Sinatra Enterprises.
  2. Only The Lonely, Angel Eyes, What's New, It's A Lonesome Old Town, Willow Weep For Me, Good-Bye Blues In The Night, Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry, Ebb Tide, Spring Is Here, Gone With The Wind, One For My Baby.
  3. Originally, Frank Sinatra had planned to record Only the Lonely with Gordon Jenkins, who had arranged his previous all-ballads album, Where Are You. Jenkins was unavailable at the time of the sessions, which led Sinatra back to his original arranger at Capitol, Nelson Riddle. The result is arguably his greatest ballads album.
  4. Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely is a Frank Sinatra 's twentieth studio album. The album was recorded under Capitol Records, and released in in The tracks of the album were initially to be arranged by Gordon Jenkins, but Jenkins at the time of the recording was working with Nat King Cole on his LP The Very Thought of You.
  5. This CD (album) is well titled. The songs and Sinatra's renditions are exceptional. I had this LP back in the 60's and listening to it today brings back some bitter-sweet memories. One of Frank Sinatra /5().
  6. Sinatra’s greatest ballads album not only comes to CD and to double gram vinyl here, but it’s been newly remixed in stereo by Larry Walsh at Capitol Studios for this 60th-anniversary reissue. One of Frank’s most deeply heartfelt recordings sounds better than ever now: "Only the Lonely," "Willow Weep for Me," "Gone with the Wind," "Ebb.
  7. Oct 24,  · “Frank Sinatra Sings For Only The Lonely” has been newly mixed in stereo for an expanded 60th Anniversary Edition released on Oct. 19 by .
  8. The disc contained some of what are now considered Sinatra's signature songs, including Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer's "Blues in the Night" and "One for My .

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