Frank Sinatra - In The Wee Small Hours




Male Vocalist

Product No.:
ACAP 886541

180 Gram Vinyl Record

180 Gram LP

Slightly Damaged Jackets

Recorded in 1955, this superbly arranged and sung set of slow ballads can lay claim to being the first "concept album." Of course, in classical music, song cycles had been around since Schubert, but a whole set of pop tunes arranged around a central theme or mood was something new in popular music. With the advent of the LP in 1953, commercial pop music was beginning to take itself seriously. As to be expected, Frank Sinatra did it first and best.

1. In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning
2. Mood Indigo
3. Glad to Be Unhappy
4. I Get Along Without You Very Well
5. Deep in a Dream
6. I See Your Face Before Me
7. Can't We Be Friends?
8. When Your Lover Has Gone
9. What Is This Thing Called Love?
10. Last Night When We Were Young
11. I'll Be Around
12. Ill Wind
13. It Never Entered My Mind
14. Dancing on the Ceiling
15. I'll Never Be the Same
16. This Love of Mine

Customer Reviews (5.00 Stars) 2 person(s) rated this product.

One of the man's best albums.

posted on 12/29/2010
5 Stars
Reviewer: Mike from NJ.
This is one of Frank's best albums and the mastering is just excellent too.

2am Gem

posted on 05/02/2010
5 Stars
This is the ultimate late night album. Frank comes alive, and what a difference from my CD. This has always been one of my top Frank albums. One of the first 'concept' albums. The blues feel great, wonderful job.

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