Frank Sinatra Discography
The Columbia Years — 1942 - 1946
by Steve Albin

Generated on Mar 22, 2009

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Date: June 7, 1943
Location: NYC

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Alec Wilder (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v), The Bobby Tucker Singers (bkv)

a.CO-33249-1   Close To You - 3:17  (Al Hoffman, Joe Livingston, Carl Lampl)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
b.CO-33249-3   Close To You  (Al Hoffman, Joe Livingston, Carl Lampl)
     Columbia 78: 36678   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
c.CO-33250-2   People Will Say We're In Love  (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II)
d.CO-33251-1   You'll Never Know - 3:00  (Mack Gordon, Harry Warren)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
e.CO-33251-3   You'll Never Know  (Mack Gordon, Harry Warren)
     Columbia 78: 36678   

Date: June 22, 1943
Location: NYC

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Alec Wilder (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v), The Bobby Tucker Singers (bkv)

a.CO-33250-3   People Will Say We're In Love  (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II)
b.CO-33268-1   Sunday, Monday Or Always - 3:15  (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
c.CO-33268-2   Sunday, Monday Or Always  (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
     Columbia 78: 36679   
d.CO-33269-1   If You Please - 2:51  (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
     Columbia 78: 36679   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: August 5, 1943
Location: NYC

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Alec Wilder (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v), The Bobby Tucker Singers (bkv)

a.CO-33250-6   People Will Say We're In Love - 3:19  (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II)
b.CO-33283-1   Oh What A Beautiful Morning - 2:55  (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II)
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
Both titles on:      Columbia 78: 36682   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: October 17, 1943
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v), The Bobby Tucker Singers (bkv)

a.VP 245-D3MC 268   I Only Have Eyes For You - 3:43  (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
b.VP 246-D3MC 269   Kiss Me Again - 2:39  (Henry Blossom, Victor Herbert)
     Columbia V-Disc: 72-B (Army)   
c.VP 246-D3MC 269   There'll Be A Hot Time In The Town Of Berlin - 2:26  (Joe Bushkin, John De Vries)
     Columbia V-Disc: 72-B (Army)   
All titles on:      Columbia V-Disc: 103-B (Navy)   

The Bobby Tucker Singers (bkv) on a.

CBS broadcast dress rehearsal of "Broadway Bandbox."


Date: November 3, 1943
Location: NYC

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Alec Wilder (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v), The Bobby Tucker Singers (bkv)

a.CO-33368-1   I Couldn't Sleep A Wink Last Night - 2:52  (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
     Columbia 78: 36687   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
b.CO-33369-PB   The Music Stopped  (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)

Date: November 10, 1943
Location: NYC

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Alec Wilder (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v), The Bobby Tucker Singers (bkv)

a.CO-33373-3   A Lovely Way To Spend An Evening - 3:13  (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
     Columbia 78: 36687   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
b.CO-33374-1   The Music Stopped - 2:59  (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
c.CO-33374-3   The Music Stopped  (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)

Date: November 14, 1943
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Alec Wilder (a), Frank Sinatra (v), The Bobby Tucker Singers (bkv)

a.VP 282   The Music Stopped - 2:56  (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
     Columbia V-Disc: 116-A (Army)   
b.VP 283   I Couldn't Sleep A Wink Last Night - 2:58  (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
     Columbia V-Disc: 116-B (Army)   
c.VP 283   The Way You Look Tonight - 2:58  (Jerome Kern, Dorothy Fields)
     Columbia V-Disc: 116-B (Army)   
d.VP 375-D3MC 452   I'll Be Around - 1:38  (Alec Wilder)
     Columbia V-Disc: 124-A (Army)   

Axel Stordahl (a) on a, c; Alec Wilder (a) on b, d; The Bobby Tucker Singers (bkv) on c.

CBS broadcast dress rehearsal of "Songs By Sinatra."


Date: November 21, 1943
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.VP 375-D3MC 452   You've Got A Hold On Me - 2:30  (Alan Lerner, Frederick Loewe)
     Columbia V-Disc: 124-A (Army)   
b.VP 376-D3MC 453   A Lovely Way To Spend An Evening - 3:07  (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
     Columbia V-Disc: 124-B (Army)   
c.VP 376-D3MC 453   She's Funny That Way - 2:11  (Richard Whiting, Charles N. Daniels (aka Neil Moret))
     Columbia V-Disc: 124-B (Army)   

CBS broadcast dress rehearsal of "Songs By Sinatra."


Date: December 5, 1943
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.V 448   Speak Low - 2:18  (Kurt Weill, Ogden Nash)
     Columbia V-Disc: 154-A (Army)   

CBS broadcast dress rehearsal of "Songs By Sinatra."


Date: December 26, 1943
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v), The Bobby Tucker Singers (bkv)

a.VP 448   Close To You - 3:11  (Al Hoffman, Joe Livingston, Carl Lampl)
     Columbia V-Disc: 154-A (Army)   

CBS broadcast dress rehearsal of "Songs By Sinatra."


Date: January 12, 1944
Location: Hollywood

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.VP 498-D4TC 56   My Shining Hour - 2:23  (Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer)
     Columbia V-Disc: 166-B (Army)   

CBS broadcast of "The Vimms Vitamins Show."


Date: February 9, 1944
Location: Hollywood

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.VP 498-D4TC 56   Long Ago (And Far Away) - 2:43  (Jerome Kern, Ira Gershwin)
     Columbia V-Disc: 166-B (Army)   

CBS broadcast of "The Vimms Vitamins Show."


Date: May 17, 1944
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.VP 681-D4TC 185   Some Other Time - 2:34  (Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden, Adolph Green)
b.VP 681-D4TC 185   Come Out Wherever You Are - 2:00  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
Both titles on:      Columbia V-Disc: 241-B (Army)   
     Columbia V-Disc: 21-B (Navy)   

CBS broadcast dress rehearsal of "The Vimms Vitamins Show."


Date: May 24, 1944
Location: Hollywood

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.VP 742-D4TC 217   Put Your Dreams Away - 1:27  (Ruth Lowe, Paul Mann, Stephen Weiss)
b.VP 742-D4TC 217   And Then You Kissed Me - 3:03  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
     Columbia V-Disc: 42-A (Navy)   
Both titles on:      Columbia V-Disc: 262-A (Army)   

CBS broadcast of "The Vimms Vitamins Show."


Date: July 8, 1944
Location: Studio Theatre KFWB, Hollywood

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.VP 1148-XP 34237   Cradle Song  (Johann Brahms)
b.VP 1148-XP 34237   I'll Follow My Secret Heart  (Noel Coward)
c.VP 1332-D5TC 295   Falling In Love With Love - 2:37  (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
     Columbia V-Disc: 467-A (Army)   
     Columbia V-Disc: 247-A (Navy)   
d.VP 1399-D5TC 515   Cradle Song - 2:45  (Johann Brahms)
     Columbia V-Disc: 266-A (Navy)   
     Columbia V-Disc: 506-A (Army)   
e.VP 1399-D5TC 515   I'll Follow My Secret Heart - 2:36  (Noel Coward)
     Columbia V-Disc: 266-A (Navy)   
     Columbia V-Disc: 506-A (Army)   
f.VP 818-D4TC 262   All The Things You Are - 2:50  (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
     Columbia V-Disc: 287-B (Army)   
g.VP 818-D4TC 262   All Of Me - 1:39  (Seymour Simons, Gerald Marks)
     Columbia V-Disc: 287-B (Army)   
h.VP 823-D4TC 267   Nancy - 3:37  (Jimmy Van Heusen, Phil Silvers)
     Columbia V-Disc: 323-A (Army)   
     Columbia V-Disc: 103-A (Navy)   
i.VP 824-D4TC 268   Mighty Lak' A Rose - 3:42  (F. L. Stanton, E. Nevin)
     Columbia V-Disc: 310-A (Army)   
     Columbia V-Disc: 90-A (Navy)   
j.VP 919-D4TC 426   If Lovliness Were Music  (unknown)

V-Disc recording session.


Date: October 11, 1944
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.VP 941-D4MC 443   There's No You - 2:41  (Tom Adair, Hal Hopper, Durgom)
b.VP 941-D4MC 443   Someone To Watch Over Me - 2:08  (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
Both titles on:      Columbia V-Disc: 378-A (Army)   
     Columbia V-Disc: 155-A (Navy)   

CBS broadcast dress rehearsal of "The Vimms Vitamins Show."


Date: October 18, 1944
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.VP 976-D4TC 474   Let Me Love You Tonight - 2:40  (Mitchell Parish, Rene Toussaint)
b.VP 976-D4TC 474   Just Close Your Eyes - 1:36  (unknown)
Both titles on:      Columbia V-Disc: 351-A (Army)   
     Columbia V-Disc: 131-A (Navy)   

CBS broadcast rehearsal of "The Vimms Vitamins Show."


Date: October 23, 1944
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Raymond Paige (con, a), Raymond Paige and his Orchestra (acc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.   If You Are But A Dream - 3:43  (Moe Jaffe, Jack Fulton, N. Bonx)
b.   Strange Music - 3:25  (Bob Wright, Chet Forrest, Edward Grieg)
c.   Cradle Song - 2:35  (Johann Brahms)
d.   Dick Haymes, Dick Todd And Como - 2:38  (Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)

V-Disc session of NBC's "For The Record" program.


Date: November 14, 1944
Location: NYC

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Arthur Baker, Harold Feldman, Bernard Kaufman, Peter Pumiglio, Henry Ross (sax), Carl Poole, Sammy Shapiro, Melven Solomon (t), John D'Agostino, Anthony Russo, Charles Small (tb), Karl Chlupse (frh), Matty Golizio (g), Ward Lay (b), Billy Rowland (p), Ruth Hill (hrp), Johnny Blowers (d), Julius Brand, Fred Buldrini, Sid Harris, L. Kanter, Murray Kellner, Bernard Kundell, William Lockwood, Arthur Loesserman, Harold Micklin, Seymour Miroff, Gene Orloff, Raoul Polikian (vn), Morris Kahn, Sol Paeff, Sol Rumberg (vl), E. Gara, George Polikian, Avron Twerdowsky (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.CO-33808-2   If You Are But A Dream - 3:03  (Moe Jaffe, Jack Fulton, N. Bonx)
     Columbia V-Disc: 393-A (Army)   
     Columbia V-Disc: 173-A (Navy)   
     Columbia 78: 36756   
     Columbia 78: 36814   
     Columbia 45: 4-36814   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
b.CO-33809-1   Saturday Night - 2:43  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
     Columbia V-Disc: 393-A (Army)   
     Columbia V-Disc: 173-A (Navy)   
     Columbia 78: 36762   
     Columbia 78: 50069   
     Columbia 45: 4-50069   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 65240 — Sinatra Sings His Greatest Hits   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
c.CO-33809-PB2   Saturday Night - 2:46  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 64852 — Swing & Dance With Frank Sinatra   
d.CO-33810-1   There's No You - 3:26  (Tom Adair, Hal Hopper, Durgom)
     Columbia 78: 36797   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
e.CO-33811-1   White Christmas - 3:22  (Irving Berlin)
     Columbia 78: 36756   
     Columbia 78: 36860   
     Columbia 78: 37152   
     Columbia 78: 38257   
     Columbia 45: 4-38257   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: November 16, 1944
Location: Buffalo

Bing Crosby (ldr), John Scott Trotter (con, a), Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra (v)

a.   These Foolish Things  (Jack Strachey, Harry Link, Holt Marvell)

Kraft Music Hall
Not released on V-Disc.


Date: December 1, 1944
Location: NYC

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Arthur Baker, Harold Feldman, Bernard Kaufman, Peter Pumiglio, Wolf Taninbaum (sax), Carl Poole, Sammy Shapiro, Melven Solomon (t), John D'Agostino, S. Koty, Al Mastren (tb), Karl Chlupse (frh), Matty Golizio (g), Ward Lay (b), Dave Mann (p), Ruth Hill (hrp), Johnny Blowers (d), Milton Bornstein, Julius Brand, Louis Gabowitz, Sid Harris, L. Kanter, Zelik Kaufman, Murray Kellner, Boris Levitsky, Gene Orloff, Raoul Polikian, Max Polikoff, Kurt Reher (vn), Theodore Adoff, Sidney Brecher, H. Dickler (vl), Armond Kaproff, George Polikian, A. Shapinsky (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.CO-33928-1   I Dream Of You - 3:07  (E. Osser, M. Goetschius)
     Columbia 78: 36762   
b.CO-33929-1   I Begged Her - 2:59  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
     Columbia V-Disc: 405-A (Army)   
     Columbia V-Disc: 185-A (Navy)   
     Columbia 78: 36774   
c.CO-33930-2   What Makes The Sunset - 2:54  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
     Columbia V-Disc: 405-A (Army)   
     Columbia V-Disc: 185-A (Navy)   
     Columbia 78: 36774   
d.CO-33931-1   I Fall In Love Too Easily - 3:13  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
     Columbia 78: 36830   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Carl Poole (t) on a-c; Sammy Shapiro (t) on a-c; Melven Solomon (t) on a-c; John D'Agostino (tb) on a-c; S. Koty (tb) on a-c; Al Mastren (tb) on a-c.

CO-33929-1 also assigned matrix VP 1138-XP 34193 for V-Disc recording.
CO-33930-2 also assigned matrix VP 1138-XP 34193 for V-Disc recording.


Date: December 3, 1944
Location: NYC

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Ernie Caceres, Nick Caiazza, Bernard Kaufman, Fred Pfeifer, Hymie Schertzer (sax), Billy Butterfield, Carl Poole, Melven Solomon (t), S. Koty, William Rausch, Charles Small (tb), Karl Chlupse (frh), Matty Golizio (g), Jack Kimmel (b), Dave Mann (p), M. Rosen (hrp), Johnny Blowers (d), Julius Brand, Fred Buldrini, Louis Gabowitz, Maurice Golodner, Sid Harris, Bernard Kundell, Boris Levitsky, Milton Lomask, Harold Micklin, Seymour Miroff, Kurt Reher, Julius Schachter (vn), Sidney Brecher, H. Dickler, Sol Rumberg (vl), Seymour Barab, George Polikian, Avron Twerdowsky (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.CO-33932-1   Nancy - 3:19  (Jimmy Van Heusen, Phil Silvers)
b.CO-33933-1   Cradle Song - 3:06  (Johann Brahms)
     Columbia 78: 36868   
c.CO-33936-1   The Charm Of You - 2:59  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
     Columbia V-Disc: 537-A (Army)   
     Columbia 78: 36830   
d.XCO-33934-1   Ol' Man River - 4:00  (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
     Columbia ET: 3-33011   
     Columbia 78: 55037   
     Columbia 45: 4-33011   
     Columbia 45: 13-33011   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
e.XCO-33935-1   Stormy Weather - 4:13  (Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler)
     Columbia 78: 55037   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Billy Butterfield (t) on a-b, d-e; Carl Poole (t) on a-b, d-e; Melven Solomon (t) on a-b, d-e; S. Koty (tb) on a-b, d-e; William Rausch (tb) on a-b, d-e; Charles Small (tb) on a-b, d-e.

CO-33936-1 also assigned matrix VP 1496-D5TC 596 for V-Disc recording.


Date: December 19, 1944
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Heine Beau, Leonard Hartman, Harold Lawson, Don Logiudice, Fred Stulce (sax), Charles Griffard, Leonard Mach, William May (t), Carl Loeffler, Jimmy Skiles, Elmer Smithers (tb), James Stagliano (frh), Dave Barbour (g), Philip Stephens (b), Mark McIntyre (p), Irma Clow (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), Victor Arno, Robert Barene, Peter Ellis, David Frisina, Gerald Joyce, George Kast, Sol Kindler, Anthony Perrotti, Nick Pisani, Ted Rosen, Mischa Russell, Olcott Vail (vn), Allan Harshman, Dave Sterkin, Gary White (vl), Fred Goerner, Arthur Kafton, John Sewell (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.HCO-1183-1   Embraceable You - 3:16  (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
     Columbia 78: 37259   
     Columbia 45: 4-37259   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
b.HCO-1184-1   When Your Lover Has Gone - 2:52  (Einar A. Swan)
     Columbia V-Disc: 467-A (Army)   
     Columbia V-Disc: 247-A (Navy)   
     Columbia 78: 36791   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
c.HCO-1185-1   Kiss Me Again - 2:45  (Henry Blossom, Victor Herbert)
     Columbia 78: 38287   
d.HCO-1186-1   She's Funny That Way - 3:20  (Richard Whiting, Charles N. Daniels (aka Neil Moret))
     Columbia 78: 37259   
     Columbia 45: 4-37259   
     Columbia LP 12": CL 743 — The Voice   (1955)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 64368 — The Voice   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

HCO-1184-1 also assigned matrix VP 1332-D5TC 295 for V-Disc recording.


Date: January 29, 1945
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), The Ken Lane Singers (acc), Heine Beau, Manny Gershman, Leonard Hartman, Harold Lawson, Don Logiudice (sax), Don Anderson, Charles Griffard, Leonard Mach (t), Carl Loeffler, Jimmy Skiles, Joe Yukl (tb), James Stagliano (frh), Dave Barbour (g), Artie Shapiro (b), Mark McIntyre (p), Irma Clow (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), Victor Arno, Peter Ellis, Sam Freed, Gerald Joyce, George Kast, Sol Kindler, Samuel Levine, Anthony Perrotti, Nick Pisani, Ted Rosen, Mischa Russell, Olcott Vail (vn), Allan Harshman, Dave Sterkin, Gary White (vl), Fred Goerner, Arthur Kafton, John Sewell (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.HCO-1257-1   My Melancholy Baby - 3:08  (George Norton, Ernie Burnett)
     Columbia 78: 38287   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
b.HCO-1258-1   Where Or When - 3:13  (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
     Columbia 78: 38685   
     Columbia 45: 4-38685   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
c.HCO-1259-1   All The Things You Are - 3:00  (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
     Columbia 78: 37258   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
d.HCO-1260-1   Mighty Lak' A Rose - 3:23  (F. L. Stanton, E. Nevin)
     Columbia 78: 36860   
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

The Ken Lane Singers (acc) on a-c.


Date: January 31, 1945
Location: Hollywood

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.VP 1343-D5TC 410   None But The Lonely Heart - 3:26  (Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky, B. Westbrook)
     Columbia V-Disc: 494-A (Army)   

CBS broadcast of "The Frank Sinatra Show."


Date: March 6, 1945
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), The Ken Lane Singers (acc), Heine Beau, Manny Gershman, Leonard Hartman, Herbert Haymer, Harold Lawson (sax), Don Anderson, Charles Griffard, Leonard Mach (t), Carl Loeffler, Jimmy Skiles, Joe Yukl (tb), James Stagliano (frh), Dave Barbour (g), Artie Shapiro (b), Mark McIntyre (p), Irma Clow (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), Victor Arno, Peter Ellis, Sam Freed, Gerald Joyce, George Kast, Sol Kindler, Samuel Levine, Anthony Perrotti, Nick Pisani, Ted Rosen, Mischa Russell, Olcott Vail (vn), Allan Harshman, Dave Sterkin, Gary White (vl), Fred Goerner, Arthur Kafton, John Sewell (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.HCO-1286-1   I Should Care - 3:00  (Sammy Cahn, Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston)
     Columbia 78: 36791   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
b.HCO-1287-1   Homesick, That's All - 3:22  (Gordon Jenkins)
     Columbia 78: 36820   
c.HCO-1288-1   Dream - 3:02  (Johnny Mercer)
     Columbia 78: 36797   
     Columbia 78: 40522   
     Columbia 45: 4-40522   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
d.HCO-1289-1   A Friend Of Yours - 3:01  (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
     Columbia 78: 36820   
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

The Ken Lane Singers (acc) on c-d.


Date: April 14, 1945
Location: Hollywood

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.VP 1273-XP 34648   Ol' Man River - 4:10  (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
     Columbia V-Disc: 460-A (Army)   
     Columbia V-Disc: 240-A (Navy)   

CBS broadcast of "The Frank Sinatra Show."


Date: May 1, 1945
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Heine Beau, Manny Gershman, Leonard Hartman, Herbert Haymer, William Smith (sax), Charles Griffard, Leonard Mach, Horace Nelson (t), Carl Loeffler, Jimmy Skiles, Paul Weigand (tb), James Stagliano (frh), Dave Barbour (g), Artie Shapiro (b), Mark McIntyre (p), Irma Clow (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), Victor Arno, Peter Ellis, Sam Freed, Gerald Joyce, George Kast, Sol Kindler, Samuel Levine, Anthony Perrotti, Nick Pisani, Ted Rosen, Mischa Russell, Olcott Vail (vn), Allan Harshman, Maurice Perlmutter, Dave Sterkin (vl), Fred Goerner, Arthur Kafton, John Sewell (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.HCO-1377-1   Put Your Dreams Away - 3:06  (Ruth Lowe, Paul Mann, Stephen Weiss)
     Columbia 78: 36814   
     Columbia 45: 4-36814   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 65240 — Sinatra Sings His Greatest Hits   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
b.HCO-1378-1   Over The Rainbow - 3:16  (Harold Arlen, Erwin 'Yip' Harburg)
     Columbia 78: 37258   
     Columbia LP 12": CL 743 — The Voice   (1955)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 64368 — The Voice   
c.HCO-1379-1   You'll Never Walk Alone - 3:25  (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II)
     Columbia ET: 1-508   
     Columbia V-Disc: 537-A (Army)   
     Columbia 78: 36825   
     Columbia 78: 50066   
     Columbia 45: 4-36825   
     Columbia 45: 4-50066   
d.HCO-1380-1   If I Loved You - 3:03  (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II)
     Columbia 78: 36825   
     Columbia 78: 50066   
     Columbia 45: 4-36825   
     Columbia 45: 4-50066   
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

HCO-1379-1 also assigned matrix VP 1496-D5TC 596 for V-Disc recording.


Date: May 16, 1945
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (a), The Charioteers (acc), Jimmy Mayhew (cl), Red Nichols (t), Dave Barbour (g), Philip Stephens (b), James Sherman (p, bkv), Nick Fatool (d), Frank Sinatra (v), Howard Daniels, Edward Jackson, Ira Williams, Wilfred Williams (bkv)

a.HCO-1395-1   Lily Belle - 3:29  (Irving Taylor, D. Franklin)
     Columbia 78: 36854   
b.HCO-1396-1   Don't Forget Tonight Tomorrow - 3:02  (L. Sherin, J. Milton)
     Columbia 78: 36854   
c.HCO-1397-1   I've Got A Home In That Rock - 3:10  (Traditional)
     Columbia 78: 37853   
d.HCO-1398-1   Jesus Is A Rock In The Weary Land - 3:19  (Traditional)
     Columbia 78: 37853   
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: May 24, 1945
Location: NYC

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Xavier Cugat (con, a), C. Dimanlig, W. Hobbs, R. Mosca, R. Moss, M. Nadell (sax), G. Lopez, N. Sandow (t), J. Curry (tb), R. Moore (frh), H. Bogert (g), S. Madera (b), R. Soler (p), A. Calderon (d), A. Lopez (cng), W. Brailowsky, M. Gold, S. Grant, J. Livolst, D. Ornstein, S. Picardi, N. Ragusa, A. Rickey, M. Roman, J. Spallino, Harry Urbont, H. Zito (vn), V. Alonge, M. Serbin (vl), J. Benavente, L. Ratal (vc), Frank Sinatra (v), R. Gonzalez, A. Santos (oth)

a.CO-34817-1   Stars In Your Eyes - 2:45  (R. Lopez Mendez, Gabriel Ruiz, M. Greene)
     Columbia V-Disc: 521-B (Army)   
     Columbia 78: 36842   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
b.CO-34818-1   My Shawl - 3:15  (S. Adams, Xavier Cugat)
     Columbia V-Disc: 521-B (Army)   
     Columbia 78: 36842   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
c.VP 1489-XP35091   Stars In Your Eyes  (R. Lopez Mendez, Gabriel Ruiz, M. Greene)
d.VP 1489-XP35091   My Shawl  (S. Adams, Xavier Cugat)

CO-34817-1 also assigned matrix VP 1491-D5TC 587 for V-Disc recording.
CO-34818-1 also assigned matrix VP 1491-D5TC 587 for V-Disc recording.


Date: July 30, 1945
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Jack Mayhew (f), George Van Eps (g), John Ryan (b), Mark McIntyre (p), Ray Hagan (d), David Frisina, Mischa Russell (vn), Sam Freed (vl), Fred Goerner (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.HCO-1499-1   Someone To Watch Over Me - 3:20  (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
     Columbia V-Disc: 711-B (Army)   
     Columbia 78: 36921   
     Columbia 78: 38220   
     Columbia 45: 4-36921   
b.HCO-1500-1   You Go To My Head - 3:00  (John Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie)
     Columbia V-Disc: 700-B (Army)   
     Columbia 78: 36918   
     Columbia 45: 4-36918   
c.HCO-1501-1   These Foolish Things - 3:08  (Jack Strachey, Harry Link, Holt Marvell)
     Columbia V-Disc: 822-A (Army)   
     Columbia 78: 36919   
     Columbia 45: 4-36919   
     Columbia LP 12": CL 743 — The Voice   (1955)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 64368 — The Voice   
d.HCO-1502-1   I Don't Know Why - 2:47  (Fred E. Ahlert, Roy Turk)
     Columbia V-Disc: 711-B (Army)   
     Columbia 78: 36918   
     Columbia 45: 4-36918   
     Columbia LP 12": CL 743 — The Voice   (1955)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 64368 — The Voice   
All titles on:      Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: August 22, 1945
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Heine Beau, Leonard Hartman, Harold Lawson, Don Logiudice, Fred Stulce (sax), Bruce Hudson, Leonard Mach, Van Ramsey (t), Peter Beilmann, Carl Loeffler, Elmer Smithers (tb), James Stagliano (frh), Perry Botkin (g), John Ryan (b), Frank Leithner (p), Ann Mason (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), William Bloom, Walter Edelstein, Peter Ellis, Sam Freed, David Frisina, Howard Halbert, Gerald Joyce, Sol Kindler, Samuel Levine, Anthony Perrotti, Nick Pisani, Mischa Russell (vn), Allan Harshman, Maurice Perlmutter, Dave Sterkin (vl), Cy Bernard, Arthur Kafton, John Sewell (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.HCO-1519-1   The House I Live In - 3:20  (Lewis Allan aka Abe Meeropol, Earl Robinson)
     Columbia 78: 36886   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 65240 — Sinatra Sings His Greatest Hits   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
b.HCO-1520-1   Day By Day - 3:08  (Sammy Cahn, Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston)
     Columbia 78: 36905   
     Columbia 78: 40565   
     Columbia 45: 4-40565   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
c.HCO-1521-1   Nancy - 3:20  (Jimmy Van Heusen, Phil Silvers)
     Columbia ET: 3-33011   
     Columbia 78: 36868   
     Columbia 78: 50053   
     Columbia 45: 4-33011   
     Columbia 45: 4-50053   
     Columbia 45: 13-33011   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 65240 — Sinatra Sings His Greatest Hits   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
d.HCO-1522-1   You Are Too Beautiful - 3:01  (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
     Columbia 78: 36947   
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: August 27, 1945
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), The Ken Lane Singers (acc), Heine Beau, Manny Gershman, Leonard Hartman, Harold Lawson, Don Logiudice (sax), Charles Griffard, Bruce Hudson, Leonard Mach (t), Carl Loeffler, Jimmy Skiles, Elmer Smithers (tb), Jack Cave (frh), Dave Barbour (g), John Ryan (b), Mark McIntyre (p), Lauretta McFarland (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), Victor Arno, Walter Edelstein, Peter Ellis, Sam Freed, David Frisina, George Kast, Sol Kindler, Samuel Levine, Anthony Perrotti, Nick Pisani, Mischa Russell, Olcott Vail (vn), Maurice Perlmutter, Dave Sterkin, Gary White (vl), Fred Goerner, Nicholas Ochi-Albi, John Sewell (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.HCO-1525-1   America The Beautiful - 2:32  (Katherine Lee Bates, Samuel Ward)
     Columbia 78: 36886   
b.HCO-1526-1   Silent Night - 3:14  (Joseph Mohr, Franz Gruber)
     Columbia 78: 37145   
     Columbia 78: 38256   
     Columbia 78: 50079   
     Columbia 45: 4-38256   
     Columbia 45: 4-50079   
c.HCO-1527-1   The Moon Was Yellow - 2:58  (Fred E. Ahlert, Edgar Leslie)
     Columbia 78: 38683   
     Columbia 45: 4-38683   
d.HCO-1528-1   I Only Have Eyes For You - 3:12  (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
     Columbia ET: 1-307   
     Columbia 78: 38550   
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: September 26, 1945
Location: Hollywood

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Dinah Shore, Frank Sinatra (v)

a.VP 1586-D5TC 1409   Homesick, That's All - 3:12  (Gordon Jenkins)
b.VP 1586-D5TC 1409   The Night Is So Young And You're So Beautiful - 2:09  (Billy Rose, Irving Kahal, Dana Suesse)
Both titles on:      Columbia V-Disc: 564-A (Army)   

Dinah Shore (v) on b.

CBS broadcast of "The Frank Sinatra Show."


Date: October 3, 1945
Location: Hollywood

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.VP 1597-D5TC 1423   Aren't You Glad You're You - 2:05  (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
b.VP 1597-D5TC 1423   You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me - 1:35  (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal, Pierre Norman)
Both titles on:      Columbia V-Disc: 594-A (Army)   

CBS broadcast of "The Frank Sinatra Show."


Date: October 24, 1945
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), The Pied Pipers (acc), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Frank Sinatra (v), Hal Hopper, June Hutton, Chuck Lowry, Clark Yocum (bkv)

a.VP 1623-D5TC 1449   I'll Never Smile Again - 3:24  (Ruth Lowe)
b.VP 1623-D5TC 1449   Without A Song - 2:19  (Billy Rose, Vincent Youmans, Edward Eliscu)
Both titles on:      Columbia V-Disc: 582-A (Army)   

The Pied Pipers (acc) on a; Tommy Dorsey (tb) on a; Hal Hopper (bkv) on a; June Hutton (bkv) on a; Chuck Lowry (bkv) on a; Clark Yocum (bkv) on a.

CBS broadcast dress rehearsal of "The Frank Sinatra Show."


Date: October 31, 1945
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v), The Pied Pipers (bkv)

a.VP 1644-D5TC 1492   Don't Forget Tonight Tomorrow - 2:27  (L. Sherin, J. Milton)

CBS broadcast dress rehearsal of "Songs By Sinatra."


Date: November 7, 1945
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.VP 1644-D5TC 1492   Was The Last Time I Saw You (The Last Time) - 3:00  (E. Osser, M. Goetschius)

CBS broadcast dress rehearsal of "Songs By Sinatra."


Date: November 14, 1945
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.JDBVP 1708-D5TC1540   Oh, What It Seemed To Be - 2:55  (George David Weiss, Bernie Benjamin, Frank Carle)
     Columbia V-Disc: 614-A (Army)   

CBS broadcast dress rehearsal of "The Frank Sinatra Show."


Date: November 15, 1945
Location: NYC

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Mitch Miller (con), Alec Wilder (a), Arthur Baker, Bernard Kaufman, Reggie Merrill, Ernie Powell (sax), Harry Berv, Albert Geltzer, Harry Holtzer (t), Will Bradley, William Pritchard, Anthony Russo (tb), Art Ryerson (g), Frank Siravo (b), Ludwig Flato (p), Nat Polen (d), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.CO-35426-1   The Old School Teacher - 3:12  (Willard Robison)
b.CO-35427-1   Just An Old Stone House - 3:17  (Alec Wilder)
     Columbia ET: 1-624   
     Columbia 78: 38809   
Both titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: November 19, 1945
Location: NYC

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.CO-35441-1   Full Moon And Empty Arms  (Sergei Rachmaninoff, Ted Mossman, Buddy Kaye)
b.CO-35442-1   Oh, What It Seemed To Be  (George David Weiss, Bernie Benjamin, Frank Carle)

Date: November 30, 1945
Location: NYC

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Arthur Baker, Harold Feldman, Bernard Kaufman, Wolf Taninbaum, Milt Yaner (sax), Melven Solomon, Lyman Vunk, Bill Wallace (t), William Pritchard, S. Shaffer, H. Winfield (tb), Karl Chlupse (frh), Matty Golizio (g), S. Shoobe (b), Bill Clifton (p), Elaine Vito Ricci (hrp), Nat Polen (d), Benjamin Altman, Harry Azen, Milton Bornstein, Sam Caplan, S. Finkel, W. Hagan, Sid Harris, Harold Micklin, Felix Orlewitz, Raoul Polikian, Leonard Posner, Gene Powers (vn), Theodore Adoff, Sidney Brecher, H. Dickler (vl), Fred Camelia, George Polikian, A. Sophos (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.CO-35441-2   Full Moon And Empty Arms  (Sergei Rachmaninoff, Ted Mossman, Buddy Kaye)
     Columbia 78: 36947   
b.CO-35441-3   Full Moon And Empty Arms - 3:13  (Sergei Rachmaninoff, Ted Mossman, Buddy Kaye)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
c.CO-35442-2   Oh, What It Seemed To Be - 2:59  (George David Weiss, Bernie Benjamin, Frank Carle)
     Columbia 78: 36905   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
d.CO-35484-1   I Have But One Heart - 3:13  (Marty Symes, J. Farrow)
     Columbia 78: 37554   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: December 7, 1945
Location: NYC

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Mitch Miller (o), Matty Golizio (g), Frank Siravo (b), Bill Clifton (p), Nat Polen (d), Raoul Polikian, Leonard Posner (vn), Sidney Brecher (vl), A. Sophos (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.CO-35496-1   I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You - 3:11  (Bing Crosby, Ned Washington, Victor Young)
     Columbia 78: 36919   
     Columbia 45: 4-36919   
     Columbia LP 12": CL 743 — The Voice   (1955)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 64368 — The Voice   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
b.CO-35497-1   Why Shouldn't I? - 2:52  (Cole Porter)
     Columbia 78: 36920   
     Columbia 45: 4-36920   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
c.CO-35498-1   Try A Little Tenderness  (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Harry Woods)
     Columbia 78: 36920   
     Columbia 78: 39498   
     Columbia 45: 4-36920   
     Columbia 45: 4-39498   
     Columbia LP 12": CL 743 — The Voice   (1955)
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
d.CO-35498-2   Try A Little Tenderness - 3:09  (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Harry Woods)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 64368 — The Voice   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
e.CO-35499-1   Paradise - 2:38  (Gordon Clifford, Nacio Herb Brown)
     Columbia 78: 36921   
     Columbia 45: 4-36921   
     Columbia LP 12": CL 743 — The Voice   (1955)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 64368 — The Voice   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: January 2, 1946
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v), The Ken Lane Singers (bkv)

a.JDB 180-D6TC 6026   Over The Rainbow - 3:15  (Harold Arlen, Erwin 'Yip' Harburg)
     Columbia V-Disc: 822-A (Army)   

CBS broadcast dress rehearsal of "The Frank Sinatra Show."


Date: January 16, 1946
Location: Hollywood

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.JB 118-D6TC 5297   Bess Oh Where Is My Bess - 3:06  (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, Dubose Heyward)
     Columbia V-Disc: 789-B (Army)   

CBS broadcast of "The Frank Sinatra Show."


Date: January 23, 1946
Location: Hollywood

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Dinah Shore, Frank Sinatra (v)

a.JDB 46-D6TC 5092   My Romance - 3:13  (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
     Columbia V-Disc: 645-A (Army)   

CBS broadcast of "The Frank Sinatra Show."


Date: February 3, 1946
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Heine Beau, Herbert Haymer, Jules Kinsler, Harry Schuchman, Arthur Smith (sax), Max Herman, Ray Linn, Irving Parker (t), Hoyt Bohannon, George Jenkins, Elmer Smithers (tb), Richard Perissi (frh), Dave Barbour (g), Philip Stephens (b), Mark McIntyre (p), May Cambern (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), William Bloom, Harry Blostein, Sam Freed, Gerald Joyce, George Kast, Sol Kindler, Morris King, Samuel Levine, Sam Middleman, Nick Pisani, Gene Powers, Mischa Russell (vn), Alexander Neiman, Leonard Selic, Dave Sterkin (vl), Fred Goerner, John Sewell, Julius Tannenbaum (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.HCO-1674-2   All Through The Day - 3:01  (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
b.HCO-1674-3   All Through The Day  (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
     Columbia 78: 36962   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
c.HCO-1675-1   One Love - 2:44  (Leo Robin, D. Rose)
     Columbia 78: 37054   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
d.HCO-1676-2   Two Hearts Are Better Than One  (Johnny Mercer, Jerome Kern)
     Columbia 78: 36962   
e.HCO-1676-3   Two Hearts Are Better Than One - 2:49  (Johnny Mercer, Jerome Kern)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
f.HCO-1677-1   How Cute Can You Be? - 2:42  (Carl Fischer, Bill Carey)
     Columbia 78: 37048   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Jules Kinsler (sax) on a-e; Max Herman (t) on a-e; Irving Parker (t) on a-e; George Jenkins (tb) on a-e; Elmer Smithers (tb) on a-e; Richard Perissi (frh) on a-e; May Cambern (hrp) on a-c; William Bloom (vn) on a-c; Harry Blostein (vn) on a-c; Sam Freed (vn) on a-c; Gerald Joyce (vn) on a-c; George Kast (vn) on a-c; Sol Kindler (vn) on a-c; Morris King (vn) on a-c; Samuel Levine (vn) on a-c; Sam Middleman (vn) on a-c; Nick Pisani (vn) on a-c; Gene Powers (vn) on a-c; Mischa Russell (vn) on a-c; Alexander Neiman (vl) on a-c; Leonard Selic (vl) on a-c; Dave Sterkin (vl) on a-c; Fred Goerner (vc) on a-c; John Sewell (vc) on a-c; Julius Tannenbaum (vc) on a-c.


Date: February 13, 1946
Location: Hollywood

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.JDB 145-D6TC 5962   The Song Is You - 3:34  (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
     Columbia V-Disc: 689-A (Army)   

Date: February 24, 1946
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Heine Beau, Herbert Haymer, Jules Kinsler, Harry Schuchman, Arthur Smith (sax), Max Herman, Manny Klein, Ray Linn (t), Hoyt Bohannon, George Jenkins, Elmer Smithers (tb), Richard Perissi (frh), George Van Eps (g), Philip Stephens (b), Mark McIntyre (p), May Cambern (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), William Bloom, Harry Blostein, Sam Freed, Gerald Joyce, George Kast, Sol Kindler, Morris King, Samuel Levine, Sam Middleman, Nick Pisani, Mischa Russell, Olcott Vail (vn), Alexander Neiman, Leonard Selic, Dave Sterkin (vl), Fred Goerner, John Sewell, Julius Tannenbaum (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.HCO-1733-1   From This Day Forward - 3:02  (Leigh Harline, M. Greene)
     Columbia 78: 36987   
b.HCO-1734-1   Bess Oh Where Is My Bess - 2:55  (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, Dubose Heyward)
     Columbia 78: 37064   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
c.HCO-1735-1   Begin The Beguine - 2:55  (Cole Porter)
     Columbia ET: 1-508   
     Columbia 78: 37064   
d.HCO-1736-1   Something Old, Something New - 2:52  (R. Idriss, G. Tibbles)
     Columbia 78: 36987   
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: March 10, 1946
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Heine Beau, Herbert Haymer, Jules Kinsler, Harry Schuchman, Arthur Smith (sax), Max Herman, Ray Linn, Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (t), Hoyt Bohannon, George Jenkins, Elmer Smithers (tb), Dave Barbour (g), Philip Stephens (b), Mark McIntyre (p), May Cambern (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), William Bloom, Harry Blostein, Sam Freed, Gerald Joyce, Sol Kindler, Sam Middleman, Nick Pisani, Gene Powers, Olcott Vail (vn), Alexander Neiman, Leonard Selic, Dave Sterkin (vl), Fred Goerner, John Sewell, Julius Tannenbaum (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.HCO-1748-1   They Say It's Wonderful - 3:05  (Irving Berlin)
     Columbia 78: 36975   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
b.HCO-1749-1   That Old Black Magic - 2:32  (Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer)
     Columbia 78: 37257   
     Columbia 45: 4-37257   
     Columbia LP 12": CL 743 — The Voice   (1955)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 64368 — The Voice   
c.HCO-1750-1   The Girl That I Marry - 3:02  (Irving Berlin)
     Columbia 78: 36975   
     Columbia 78: 50053   
     Columbia 45: 4-50053   
d.HCO-1751-1   I Fall In Love With You Everyday - 2:43  (Sam Stept)
     Columbia 78: 39493   
     Columbia 45: 4-39493   
e.HCO-1752-1   How Deep Is The Ocean - 2:57  (Irving Berlin)
     Columbia 78: 37257   
     Columbia 45: 4-37257   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
f.HCO-1753-1   Home On The Range - 3:11  (Traditional)
     Columbia 78: DC 385   
g.HCO-1754-1   The Song Is You - 3:30  (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: April 7, 1946
Location: NYC

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.XCO-36056-1   Soliloquy  (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II)
b.XCO-36057-1   Soliloquy  (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II)

Part 1 of Soliloquy (XCO-36057-1) was recorded after part 2 (XCO-36056-1)


Date: April 10, 1946
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.JB 118-D6TC 5297   I Fall In Love With You Everyday - 1:45  (Sam Stept)
     Columbia V-Disc: 789-B (Army)   

CBS broadcast dress rehearsal of "The Frank Sinatra Show."


Date: April 24, 1946
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.JDB 110-D6TC 5290   They Say It's Wonderful - 2:36  (Irving Berlin)
b.JDB 110-D6TC 5290   You Are Too Beautiful - 2:36  (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
Both titles on:      Columbia V-Disc: 670-A (Army)   

CBS broadcast dress rehearsal of "The Frank Sinatra Show."


Date: May 28, 1946
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Heine Beau, Fred Dornbach, Herbert Haymer, Jules Kinsler, Fred Stulce (sax), Manny Klein, Ray Linn, Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (t), George Jenkins, Bill Schaefer, Si Zentner (tb), James Stagliano (frh), Allan Reuss (g), Artie Shapiro (b), Mark McIntyre (p), May Cambern (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), William Bloom, Sam Cytron, Sam Freed, David Frisina, George Kast, Sol Kindler, Sam Middleman, Nick Pisani, Gene Powers, Mischa Russell, Olcott Vail, Gerald Vinci (vn), Gareth Nuttycombe, George Serulnic, Dave Sterkin (vl), Fred Goerner, John Sewell, Julius Tannenbaum (vc), Frank Sinatra (v), The Pied Pipers (bkv)

a.XHCO-1849-1   Soliloquy  (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II)
     Columbia 78: 7492M   
b.XHCO-1850-1   Soliloquy  (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II)
     Columbia 78: 7492M   
c.XHCO-1851-1   Somewhere In The Night - 3:05  (Joseph Myrow, Mack Gordon)
     Columbia 78: 37054   
d.XHCO-1852-1   Could 'Ja - 2:27  (Carl Fischer, Bill Carey)
     Columbia ET: 1-372   
     Columbia 78: 38608   
e.XHCO-1853-1   Five Minutes More - 2:35  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
     Columbia 78: 37048   
     Columbia 78: 50069   
     Columbia 45: 4-50069   
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Soliliquy part 2 (XHCO-1849-1) was recorded previous to part 1 (XHCO-1850-1)


Date: June 5, 1946
Location: Hollywood

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.JDB 172-D6TC 6018   Come Rain Or Come Shine - 2:26  (Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer)
     Columbia V-Disc: 700-B (Army)   

CBS broadcast of "The Frank Sinatra Show."


Date: July 24, 1946
Location: Hollywood,CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Heine Beau, Herbert Haymer, Jules Kinsler, Fred Stulce (sax), Fred Dornbach (sax, per), Don Anderson, Ray Linn, Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (t), George Jenkins, Edward Kuczborski, Bill Schaefer (tb), Richard Perissi (frh), Dave Barbour (g), Philip Stephens (b), Mark McIntyre (p), May Cambern (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), William Bloom, Harry Bluestone, Werner Callies, Sam Cytron, Peter Ellis, Sam Freed, Gerald Joyce, George Kast, Morris King, Sam Middleman, Mischa Russell, Olcott Vail (vn), Paul Robyn, Stanley Spiegelman, Dave Sterkin (vl), Cy Bernard, Fred Goerner, John Sewell (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.HCO-1922-1   The Things We Did Last Summer - 3:15  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
     Columbia 78: 37089   
b.HCO-1923-1   You'll Know When It Happens - 2:54  (Carmen Lombardo, John Jacob Loeb)
     Columbia 78: DO 3041   
c.HCO-1924-1   This Is The Night - 3:05  (R. Evans, L. Bellin)
     Columbia ET: 1-669   
     Columbia 78: 37193   
     Columbia 78: 38853   
d.HCO-1925-1   The Coffee Song - 2:30  (Bob Hilliard, Dick Miles)
     Columbia 78: 37089   
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Fred Dornbach (per) on d.


Date: July 30, 1946
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Fred Dornbach, Herbert Haymer, Jules Kinsler, Harry Klee (sax), Clyde Hurley, Manny Klein, Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (t), Hoyt Bohannon, George Jenkins, Edward Kuczborski (tb), Richard Perissi (frh), Dave Barbour (g), Philip Stephens (b), Mark McIntyre (p), Ann Mason (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), William Bloom, Werner Callies, Walter Edelstein, Sam Freed, David Frisina, Howard Halbert, Sol Kindler, Morris King, Eugene Lamas, Dan Lube, Mischa Russell, Gerald Vinci (vn), Abe Hochstein, Alexander Neiman, Stanley Spiegelman (vl), Fred Goerner, John Sewell, Julius Tannenbaum (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.HCO-1930-1   Among My Souvenirs  (Edgar Leslie, H. Nicholls)
     Columbia ET: 1-511   
     Columbia 78: 37161   
     Columbia 78: 50003   
     Columbia 45: 4-37161   
     Columbia 45: 4-50003   
     Columbia 45: 13-33319   
b.HCO-1930-PB   Among My Souvenirs - 3:16  (Edgar Leslie, H. Nicholls)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
c.HCO-1931-1   I Love You - 2:41  (Cole Porter)
     Columbia 78: 38684   
     Columbia 45: 4-38684   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
d.HCO-1932-1   September Song - 3:06  (Kurt Weill, Maxwell Anderson)
     Columbia ET: 1-511   
     Columbia 78: 37161   
     Columbia 78: 50003   
     Columbia 45: 4-37161   
     Columbia 45: 4-50003   
     Columbia 45: 13-33319   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
e.HCO-1933-1   Blue Skies - 2:28  (Irving Berlin)
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
f.HCO-1934-1   Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry - 3:24  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
     Columbia 78: 38474   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: August 8, 1946
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Fred Dornbach, Jack Dumont, Herbert Haymer, Jules Kinsler, Fred Stulce (sax), Manny Klein, Ray Linn, Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (t), Hoyt Bohannon, Edward Kuczborski, Elmer Smithers (tb), Jack Cave (frh), Allan Reuss (g), Artie Shapiro (b), Mark McIntyre (p), May Cambern (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), Harry Bluestone, Werner Callies, Peter Ellis, Sam Freed, Gerald Joyce, George Kast, Sol Kindler, Morris King, Dan Lube, Sam Middleman, Mischa Russell, Marshall Sosson (vn), Paul Robyn, Stanley Spiegelman, Dave Sterkin (vl), Cy Bernard, Fred Goerner, John Sewell (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.HCO-1945-1   Adeste Fidelis - 2:36  (Traditional)
     Columbia 78: 50079   
     Columbia 78: 37145   
     Columbia 45: 4-38256   
     Columbia 45: 4-50079   
b.HCO-1946-1   Lost In The Stars - 3:18  (Kurt Weill, Maxwell Anderson)
     Columbia ET: 1-427   
     Columbia 78: 38650   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
c.HCO-1947-1   Jingle Bells - 2:33  (J. S. Pierpont)
     Columbia 78: 37152   
     Columbia 78: 38257   
     Columbia 45: 4-38257   
d.HCO-1948-1   Falling In Love With Love - 2:45  (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: August 22, 1946
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Fred Dornbach, Jack Dumont, Herbert Haymer, Jules Kinsler, Fred Stulce (sax), Don Anderson, Ray Linn, Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (t), Hoyt Bohannon, George Jenkins, Elmer Smithers (tb), Jack Cave (frh), Allan Reuss (g), Artie Shapiro (b), Mark McIntyre (p), May Cambern (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), Harry Bluestone, Werner Callies, Peter Ellis, Sam Freed, Gerald Joyce, George Kast, Morris King, Eugene Lamas, Sam Middleman, Mischa Russell, Felix Slatkin, Marshall Sosson (vn), Paul Robyn, Stanley Spiegelman, Dave Sterkin (vl), Fred Goerner, John Sewell, Julius Tannenbaum (vc), Frank Sinatra (v), Marvin Bailey, Richard David, Dave Knight, Mack McLean, Gil Mershon, Ernest Newton, E. William Seckler, Robert Stevens (bkv)

a.HCO-1969-1   Hush-A-Bye Island - 3:19  (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
     Columbia 78: 37193   
b.HCO-1970-1   So They Tell Me - 3:23  (H. Mott, J. Gale, Arthur Kent)
c.HCO-1971-1   There's No Business Like Show Business - 3:19  (Irving Berlin)
     Columbia ET: 1-650   
     Columbia 78: 38829   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
d.HCO-1972-1   A Moonlight Night - 3:05  (Sidney Clare, I. Bibo)
     Columbia 78: 38316   
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Marvin Bailey (bkv) on c; Richard David (bkv) on c; Dave Knight (bkv) on c; Mack McLean (bkv) on c; Gil Mershon (bkv) on c; Ernest Newton (bkv) on c; E. William Seckler (bkv) on c; Robert Stevens (bkv) on c.


Date: October 15, 1946
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Heine Beau, Fred Dornbach, Herbert Haymer, Jules Kinsler, Fred Stulce (sax), Don Anderson, Ray Linn, Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (t), Francis Howard, George Jenkins, Jack Schaeffer (tb), James McGee (frh), Vito Mumolo (g), Artie Shapiro (b), Leonard Berman (p), Kathryn Thompson (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), Victor Arno, William Bloom, Harry Bluestone, Walter Edelstein, Peter Ellis, Sam Freed, Gerald Joyce, Morris King, Nick Pisani, Mischa Russell, Marshall Sosson, Olcott Vail (vn), Ralph Lane, Maurice Perlmutter, Dave Sterkin (vl), Cy Bernard, Fred Goerner, John Sewell (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.HCO-2090-1   Strange Music - 2:59  (Bob Wright, Chet Forrest, Edward Grieg)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
b.HCO-2091-1   Poinciana - 3:19  (Buddy Bernier, Nat Simon)
     Columbia 78: DB 2357   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
c.HCO-2092-1   The Music Stopped - 3:00  (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
d.HCO-2093-1   Why Shouldn't It Happen To Us - 3:11  (Alberta Nichols, Mann Holiner)
     Columbia 78: 37251   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
e.HCO-2094-1   None But The Lonely Heart  (Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky, B. Westbrook)

Date: October 24, 1946
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Four Hits & A Miss (acc), Heine Beau, Herbert Haymer, Jules Kinsler, Fred Stulce (sax), Don Anderson, Ray Linn, Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (t), Dave Hallett, George Jenkins, Jack Schaeffer (tb), Fred Fox (frh), Allan Reuss (g), Philip Stephens (b), Mark McIntyre (p), May Cambern (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), Edward Bergman, Harry Bluestone, Werner Callies, Sam Cytron, Walter Edelstein, Peter Ellis, George Kast, Morris King, Sam Middleman, Fred Olson, Nick Pisani, Gene Powers, Mischa Russell, Felix Slatkin, Marshall Sosson (vn), Allan Harshman, Paul Lowenkron, Maurice Perlmutter, Paul Robyn (vl), Fred Goerner, Arthur Kafton, Nicholas Ochi-Albi, John Sewell (vc), Frank Sinatra (v), Marvin Bailey, Lee Gotch, Beverly Mahr, Mack McLean, E. William Seckler (bkv)

a.HCO-2116-1   Time After Time - 3:08  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
     Columbia 78: 37300   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 65240 — Sinatra Sings His Greatest Hits   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
b.HCO-2117-1   It's The Same Old Dream - 3:05  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
     Columbia 78: 37288   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
c.HCO-2118-1   I'm Sorry I Made You Cry - 3:04  (N. J. Clesi)
     Columbia 78: 37256   
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Four Hits & A Miss (acc) on b; Marvin Bailey (bkv) on b; Lee Gotch (bkv) on b; Beverly Mahr (bkv) on b; Mack McLean (bkv) on b; E. William Seckler (bkv) on b.


Date: October 31, 1946
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Morris Bercov, Jack Dumont, Harry Klee, Babe Russin, Harry Schuchman (sax), Paul Geil, Manny Klein, Ray Linn, Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (t), Cy Coolidge, Edward Kuczborski, Bill Schaefer, Si Zentner (tb), Richard Perissi (frh), Allan Reuss (g), Philip Stephens (b), Milt Raskin (p), Cheryl Scott (hrp), Ray Hagan (d), Harry Bluestone, Werner Callies, Sam Cytron, Walter Edelstein, Peter Ellis, George Kast, Dan Lube, Sam Middleman, Achille Mierlot, Fred Olson, Nick Pisani, Joseph Quadri, Mischa Russell, Felix Slatkin, Marshall Sosson (vn), Allan Harshman, Paul Lowenkron, Maurice Perlmutter, Paul Robyn (vl), Fred Goerner, Nicholas Ochi-Albi, John Saxon, John Sewell (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.HCO-2094-2   None But The Lonely Heart - 3:33  (Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky, B. Westbrook)
b.HCO-2121-1   The Brooklyn Bridge - 2:35  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
     Columbia 78: 37288   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 65240 — Sinatra Sings His Greatest Hits   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
c.HCO-2122-1   I Believe - 3:02  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
     Columbia 78: 37300   
d.HCO-2123-1   I Got A Gal I Love - 2:42  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
     Columbia 78: 37231   
All titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: November 7, 1946
Location: Hollywood, CA

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), George Siravo (a), Heine Beau, Fred Dornbach, Jack Dumont, Jules Kinsler, Babe Russin, Fred Stulce (sax), Clyde Hurley, Manny Klein, Ray Linn, Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (t), Walter Atkinson, Hoyt Bohannon, George Jenkins (tb), Allan Reuss (g), Philip Stephens (b), Mark McIntyre (p), May Cambern (hrp), Nick Fatool (d), William Bloom, Werner Callies, Walter Edelstein, Sam Freed, Howard Halbert, Gerald Joyce, Sol Kindler, Morris King, Dan Lube, Fred Olson, Mischa Russell, Felix Slatkin, Marshall Sosson, Olcott Vail, Gerald Vinci (vn), Allan Harshman, Maurice Perlmutter, B. Simon, Dave Sterkin (vl), Cy Bernard, Fred Goerner, Nicholas Ochi-Albi, John Sewell (vc), Dinah Shore, Frank Sinatra (v)

a.HCO-2134-1   The Dum-Dot Song - 2:57  (J. Kay)
     Columbia 78: 37966   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
b.HCO-2135-1   All Of Me - 2:35  (Seymour Simons, Gerald Marks)
     Columbia 78: DB 2330   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
c.HCO-2135-PB1   All Of Me - 2:40  (Seymour Simons, Gerald Marks)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 65240 — Sinatra Sings His Greatest Hits   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 64852 — Swing & Dance With Frank Sinatra   
d.HCO-2136-1   It's All Up To You - 2:49  (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
     Columbia 78: DO 3104   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
e.HCO-2137-1   My Romance - 3:22  (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

George Siravo (a) on b-c; Axel Stordahl (a) on a, d-e; Clyde Hurley (t) on d-e; May Cambern (hrp) on c, e; William Bloom (vn) on e; Werner Callies (vn) on e; Walter Edelstein (vn) on e; Sam Freed (vn) on e; Howard Halbert (vn) on e; Gerald Joyce (vn) on e; Sol Kindler (vn) on e; Morris King (vn) on e; Dan Lube (vn) on e; Fred Olson (vn) on e; Mischa Russell (vn) on e; Felix Slatkin (vn) on e; Marshall Sosson (vn) on e; Olcott Vail (vn) on e; Gerald Vinci (vn) on e; Allan Harshman (vl) on e; Maurice Perlmutter (vl) on e; B. Simon (vl) on e; Dave Sterkin (vl) on e; Cy Bernard (vc) on e; Fred Goerner (vc) on e; Nicholas Ochi-Albi (vc) on e; John Sewell (vc) on e; Dinah Shore (v) on d-e; Frank Sinatra (v) on a-b, d-e.


Date: December 15, 1946
Location: NYC

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Axel Stordahl (con, a), Vincent Abato, Arthur Baker, Jack Fulton, Wolf Taninbaum, George Tudor (sax), Andrew Ferretti, James Maxwell, Nathan Solomson (t), Warren Covington, Wesley Heins, Anthony Russo (tb), Joseph Singer (frh), Matty Golizio (g), Herman Alpert (b), Stan Freeman (p), Elaine Vito Ricci (hrp), Johnny Blowers (d), Benjamin Altman, Nat Brusiloff, Phillip Frank, Maurice Hershaft, Elliot Magaziner, Jacques Margolies, Alfio Micci, Seymour Miroff, George Ockner, Merle Pitt, Max Schwartz, Buddy Sheppard (vn), Joseph Reilich, Sol Rumberg, William Schoen (vl), Maurice Bialkin, Bernard Greenhouse, David Soyer (vc), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.CO-37161-1   Always - 3:08  (Irving Berlin)
     Columbia 78: DO 3009   
b.CO-37162-1   I Want To Thank Your Folks - 3:10  (George David Weiss, Bernie Benjamin)
     Columbia 78: 37251   
Both titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: December 15, 1946
Location: New York

Frank Sinatra (ldr), Page Cavanaugh (a, p), The Page Cavanaugh Trio (acc), Al Viola (g), Lloyd Pratt (b), Frank Sinatra (v)

a.CO-37163-1   That's How Much I Love You - 3:09  (E. Arnold, W. Fowler, J. G. Hall)
     Columbia 78: 37231   
b.CO-37164-1   You Can Take My Word For It Baby - 2:31  (Russ Freeman, Irving Taylor)
     Columbia 78: 40229   
     Columbia 45: 4-40229   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
Both titles on:      Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)

Date: December 17, 1946
Location: NYC

The Metronome All Stars (ldr), Johnny Hodges (as), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Harry Carney (bar), Charlie Shavers (t), Lawrence Brown (tb), Bob Aherny (g), Eddie Safranski (b), Nat "King" Cole (p), Buddy Rich (d), June Christy, Frank Sinatra (v)

a.CO-37177-1   Sweet Lorraine - 3:08  (Mitchell Parish, Cliff Burwell)
     Columbia 78: 37293   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CK 65240 — Sinatra Sings His Greatest Hits   
     Columbia CD: C4K 40343 — The Voice - The Columbia Years 1943-1952   
     Columbia Legacy CD: CXK 48673 — The Columbia Years 1943 - 1952 The Complete Recordings   (1993)
b.CO-37178-1   Nat Meets June  (unknown)
     Columbia LP 12": CL 2528   
     Harmony LP 12": HL 7044   
c.CO-37178-2   Nat Meets June  (unknown)

Bob Aherny (g) on b-c; June Christy (v) on b-c; Frank Sinatra (v) on a.


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