|1||–Frank Sinatra With The Whipperwills||Meet Me At The Copa|
Directed By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – Axel StordahlWritten-By – A. Stordahl, S. Cahn
|2||–Frank Sinatra||The Continental|
Directed By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – George SiravoTrumpet [Muted Trumpet] – Billy ButterfieldWritten-By – C. Conrad, H. Magdison
|3||–Frank Sinatra With The Skylarks||There's Something Missing|
Directed By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – Axel StordahlWritten-By – B. Benjamin, G. Weiss, J. Rule, M. Downey, R. O'Brien
|4||–Frank Sinatra||When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You)|
Directed By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – George SiravoWritten-By – J. Goodwin, L. Shay, M. Fisher
|5||–Frank Sinatra||Saturady Night (Is The Loneliest Night In The Week)|
Clarinet – Artie BakerDirected By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – Axel StordahlWritten-By – J. Styne/S. Cahn
|6||–Frank Sinatra||My Blue Heaven|
Directed By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – George SiravoWritten-By – G. Whiting, W. Donaldson
|7||–Frank Sinatra||Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You)|
Directed By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – Axel StordahlTrumpet – Billy ButterfieldWritten-By – B. Kalmar, H. Ruby
|8||–Frank Sinatra||Should I|
Directed By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – George SiravoTenor Saxophone – Babe RussinWritten-By – A. Freed, N.H. Brown
|9||–Frank Sinatra||I've Got A Crush On You|
Cornet – Bobby HackettDirected By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – Axel StordahlWritten-By – G. Gershwin/I. Gershwin
|10||–Frank Sinatra||It All Depends On You|
Directed By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – Hugo WinterhalterTenor Saxophone – Wolf TaninbaumWritten-By – B.G. DeSylva/L. Brown/R. Henderson
|11||–Frank Sinatra||All Of Me|
Directed By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – Axel StordahlWritten-By – G. Marks, S. Simons
|12||–Frank Sinatra||The Hucklebuck|
Directed By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – Axel StordahlTenor Saxophone – Herbie HaymerWritten-By – A. Gibson, R. Alfred
|13||–Frank Sinatra||It's Only A Paper Moon|
Directed By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – George SiravoWritten-By – B. Rose, E. Y. Harburg, H. Arlen
|14||–Frank Sinatra||All Of Me|
Directed By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – Axel StordahlWritten-By – J. Styne/S. Cahn
|15||–Frank Sinatra With The Pastels||Bye Bye Baby|
Directed By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – Hugo WinterhalterWritten-By – J. Styne, L. Robin
|16||–Frank Sinatra With Harry James And His Orchestra||Farewell, Farewell To Love|
Written-By – G. Siravo, J. Wolf
|17||–Frank Sinatra||You Do Something To Me|
Baritone Saxophone – Ernie CaceresDirected By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – George SiravoTenor Saxophone – Babe RussinWritten-By – C. Porter
Directed By [Orchestra Under The Direction Of] – George SiravoPiano – Ken LaneTrombone – George ArusWritten-By – R. Rodgers/L. Hart
|C-218||Frank Sinatra||Sing And Dance With Frank Sinatra (4xShellac, 10", Album)||Columbia||C-218||US||1950|
|B 07605 R||Frank Sinatra||Sing And Dance With Frank Sinatra (10", Mono)||Philips||B 07605 R||Italy||1950|
|B 07605 R||Frank Sinatra||Sing And Dance With Frank Sinatra (10", Album)||Philips||B 07605 R||Netherlands||Unknown|
|BBR 8003, BBR.8003||Frank Sinatra||Sing And Dance With Frank Sinatra (10", Album, Mono)||Philips, Philips||BBR 8003, BBR.8003||UK||1954|
|B 07605 R||Frank Sinatra||Sing And Dance With Frank Sinatra (10", Album, Mono)||Philips||B 07605 R||UK||Unknown|
- Arranged By – George Siravo
- Art Direction [Art Director] – Tony Sellari
- Compilation Producer – Charles Granata, Didier C. Deutsch
- Design [Cover Design & Packaging] – Marc Cozza, Randall Martin
- Executive-Producer [Project Director] – Adam Block
- Management [Packaging Manager] – Rosemary Mulligan
- Photography By [Photos Courtesy Of] – Charles Granata, Photofest
- Project Manager, Liner Notes – Charles Granata
- Restoration [Archival Restoration], Remastered By [Digital Mastering] – Ellen Fitton
- Transferred By [Archival Transfers By] – Larry Keyes, Matt Cavaluzzo
Similar to Frank Sinatra - Swing And Dance With Frank Sinatra but the disc face is maroon with brown lettering.
Similar to Frank Sinatra - Swing And Dance With Frank Sinatra but with different matrix pattern and SID codes.
The song names and track artists are listed above as printed inside the booklet. The track list as printed on the tray card features some shortened song names (tracks 11 & 16) and no artists.
[Printed on cover sticker:]
This is Sinatra - at his swingin' best!
•18 incredibly swinging tunes!
•6 super rare, unreleased alternate masters!
•Digitally restored for stunning, vivid sonics!
•Notes, pix and more!
[Printed on tray card:]
© 1996 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
℗ 1996 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Manufactured by Columbia Records
550 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10022-3211
- Barcode (Text): 0 7464-64852-2 4
- Barcode (Scanned): 074646485224
- Matrix / Runout: CK-64852 F2 1A 04
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L422
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 7287
- Other (DADC Mastering Code): DIDP 089714
- Other (Cover Sticker Code): K 64852-S1
- Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Manufactured By – Columbia Records
- Remastered At – Sony Music Studios, New York City
Swing and Dance with Frank Sinatra is the sixth studio album by Frank Sinatra. The tracks were arranged and conducted by George Siravo and his orchestra except for track four, which was conducted by Hugo Winterhalter. Original Columbia 10-inch 33 13-rpm LP and 78-rpm album set released October 16, 1950 the 7-inch 45-rpm EP and EP box sets were released in October 1952. See Gramophone record for an explanation of these formats. Sing and Dance with Sinatra as it was originally called was an incredibly important album by the singer on several counts. The original release was the singing legend's first original LP, but not his debut album - that honor belongs to The Voice of Frank Sinatra, issued in 1945 as a set of 78-rpm LPs in a genuine album format like a photo album, but Sing and Dance with Sinatra marked his first opportunity to work in the 33. 13-rpm medium, in modern high-fidelity, and cut an entire body of work in a then-new format that he would later thoroughly dominate. Additionally, th. Songs in album Frank Sinatra - Swing And Dance With Frank Sinatra 1950. Frank Sinatra - Saturday Night Is The Loneliest Night Of The Week. Frank Sinatra - All Of Me. Frank Sinatra - I've Got A Crush On You. Frank Sinatra - The Hucklebuck. Frank Sinatra - It All Depends On You. Frank Sinatra - Bye Bye Baby. Frank Sinatra - Should I Reveal. Слушать песню Frank Sinatra Swing and Dance with Frank Sinatra album 1950 онлайн или скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве 320 kbps на телефон андроид, айфон вы можете на сайте . Текст песни: You are the promised kiss of springtime That makes the lonely winter seem long You are the breathless hush of evening That trembles on the brink of a lovely free to Frank Sinatra Swing And Dance With Frank Sinatra Saturday Night Is the Loneliest Night of the Week, All of Me and more. 18 tracks 43:52. Francis Albert Sinatra December 12, 1915 May 14, 1998 was an American singer, actor, and producer who was one of the most popular and influential musical artists of the 20th century. He read more. Frank Sinatra. Saturday Night Is The Loneliest Night In The Week. Clarinet Artie BakerDirected By Axel StordahlWritten-By J. The original Columbia 10-inch LP CL 6143 and 78-RPM set C-218 of Sing And Dance With Frank Sinatra were simultaneously released on October 16, 1950. The 7-inch EP and box sets B-218 were released in October of 1952. 1: mx. CO 33809-PB2, recorded 12144 2: mx. In the Frank Sinatra oeuvre there is a very small percentage of uptempo numbers. Eighteen of the best have been beautifully restored and are presented here. Interestingly, the original Swing and Dance album was made at a time when Frank was at a very low point in his career. The Voice was fragile and too inconsistent to record the songs with the live orchestra. So, Frank was brought in for a secret midnight session attempt to match his vocals to orchestra tracks that had been recorded a few weeks earlier. You'd never know Sinatra had any problems with his voice listening to th. Frank Sinatra: все альбомы, включая Ultimate Sinatra: The Centennial Collection , Sinatra: Best Of The Best , Nothing But The Best и другие. Come Dance With Me Frank Sinatra. 2020 Special Selection and Original Recording. On the Swing. Francis Albert Sinatra And Antonio Carlos Jobim. A Man And His Music. Is My Lady. Some Nice Things Ive Missed. Sinatra Vegas