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The Essence of Frank Sinatra [Sony]


  • 1. Dream
    2. Nancy (With the Laughing Face)
    3. Coffee Song, The (They've Got an Awful Lot of Coffee in Brazil)
    4. Lost in the Stars
    5. Ain'tcha Ever Comin' Back
    6. You're My Girl
    7. I've Got a Crush on You
    8. Autumn in New York
    9. Nature Boy
    10. Don't Cry Joe (Let Her Go, Let Her Go, Let Her Go)
    11. Old Master Painter, The
    12. Lover
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 57152

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Personnel includes: Frank Sinatra (vocals); David Barbour (guitar); Victor Arno, Peter Ellis (violin); Allan Harshman, David Sterkin, Garry White (viola); Fred Goerner, Arthur Krafton (cello); Irma Clow, May Cambern (harp); Henry Beau, Emanuel Gershman (saxophone); Fred Dornbach (saxophone, maracas); Donald Anderson, Charles Griffard (trumpet); Carl Loeffler, Edward Kuczborski (trombone); James Stagliano, Richard Perissi (horns); Mark McIntyre (piano); Arthur Shapiro, Phillip Stephens (bass); Ray Hagan (drums).
    Compilation producer: Didier C. Deutsch.
    Recorded between 1945 and 1950. Includes liner notes by Didier C. Deutsch.
    This is part of Legacy's Essence series.
    Personnel: Frank Sinatra (vocals); Ken Cameron, Raymond Clark (vocals); Dave Barbour, Ben Mortell, Matty Golizio, Al Caiola, Perry Botkin (guitar); Elaine Vito Ricci, Irma Clow, Ann Mason (harp); Gerald Joyce, David Sterkin, George Kast, Sol Kindler, Garry White, Allan Harshman (violin, viola); Fred Goerner, Arthur Kafton, Jack Sewell (violin, cello); Henry Beau, Harry Lawson , Leonard Hartman (violin, saxophone); Sam Freed, Gerald Vinci, Mischa Russell, Nick Pisani, Frederick Buldrini, Leo Kruczek, Felix Slatkin, Harry Azen, Merle Pitt, Howard Halbert, Julius Brand, Felix Orlewitz, Harry Urbont, Kurt Dieterle, Ted Rosen, Zelly Smirnoff, Murray Kellner, Samuel Cytron, Mac Ceppos, William Bloom, Sy Morris, Peter Ellis, Emanuel Gershman, Howard Kay, Henry Nosco, Anthony Perrotti, Jack Zyde, Morris King, Maurice Hershaft, Sam Middleman, Buddy Sheppard, Werner Callies, Olcott Vail, Samuel Rand, Dan Lube, Marshall Sosson, Victor Arno, Raoul Poliakin, Harry Katzman, Harry Bluestone, Walter Edelstein (violin); Solomon Deutsch, George Brown , Harold Furmansky, Gary White, Stanley Spiegelman, David Mankowitz, William Spear, Paul Robyn, William Hymanson, Isadore Zir, Sam Levine , Harold Coletta, Maurice Perlmutter (viola); Cy Bernard, Milton Prinz, Armand Karpoff, Frank Miller , Maurice Brown , George Ricci (cello); Bernard Kaufman (flute); Mitch Miller (oboe); Fred Dornbach (saxophone, maracas); Henry Ross, Ernie Caceres, Emmett Callen, Don Logiudice, Jules Kinsler, Jack Dumont, Herman Shertzer, Sid Cooper, Babe Russin, Nuncio "Toots" Mondello, Wolfe Taninbaum, Fred Stulce, Harold Feldman, Milt Yaner (saxophone); Gordon Griffin, Andrew Ferretti, Carl Poole, Bruce Hudson, Leonard Mach, Van Ramsey, Don Anderson, Rubin Zarchy, Emanuel Klein, Russ Solomon, Pinky Savitt, Charles Griffard, Dale McMickle, Ray Linn, Yank Lawson, Billy Butterfield, Bobby Hackett (trumpet); Dave Hallett, Joe Yukl, John d'Agostino, James Skiles, Edward Kuczborski, George Arus, Peter Beilman, Pullman Pederson, George Jenkins, Hoyt Bohannon, Anthony Russo, William Rausch, Elmer Smithers, William Schaffer, Buddy Morrow (trombone); Richard Perissi, Karl Chlupse, James Stagliano, Vincent DeRosa, John Cave (horns); Mark McInyre, Frank Leithner, Bob Kitsis, Johnny Guarnieri, Ken Lane, Mark McIntyre (piano); Ray Hagan, Terry Snyder, Norris "Bunny" Shawker, Johnny Blowers (drums).
    Liner Note Author: Didier C. Deutsch.
    Recording information: 03/06/1945-04/14/1950.
    Unknown Contributor Roles: Jeff Alexander Choir; The Pied Pipers.
    Arrangers: Jeff Alexander ; Sy Oliver; Axel Stordahl.
    This collection of a dozen songs recorded by Frank Sinatra during the 1940s features such career-defining early tracks as his romantic versions of "Autumn in New York," "Nature Boy," and the gorgeous "Lost in the Stars," as well as jaunty favorites like "The Old Master Painter" and "The Coffee Song." There's also "Nancy With the Laughing Face," the sweet song the comedian Phil Silvers penned for Sinatra's daughter, and the bobbysoxers' delight, "I've Got a Crush on You."

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