Saturday, December 12, 2015

frank sinatra











Francis Albert Sinatra
(December 12, 1915 – May 14, 1998)



Ol' Blue Eyes, The Voice, The Sultan of Swoon, The Chairman of the Board.  Sinatra became one of the greatest performers  of the twentieth century with his attitude and honesty, reinventing songs from the theatre  for larger audiences; and breaking into film and television with equal aplomb.   

He was born in Hoboken, New Jersey where he would often as a child sing for change at his parents' prohibition tavern.  He never learned to read music; but his vocal range more than made up for that. He was able to join vocal group The Three Flashes, who, as the Hoboken Four, won a contest on Major Bowes' Original Amateur Hour, leading to a six month contract to perform all over the country.  A job as a singing waiter at "The Rustic Cabin" in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey got him on WNEW radio's Dance Parade.  It was this radio program that bandleader Harry James heard Sinatra and gave him his opening foray into recording.  Sinatra stuck with James for several years; but moved on to Tommy Dorsey's band in 1939.  As he saw greater and greater success, the singer decided that he was ready for a solo career; but had to fight to get out of his contract with Dorsey; which was allegedly done with help from his mob connections.  When he made his solo debut in December of 1942, his appeal to teenage girls led to a phenomenon called "Sinatramania".  He signed with Columbia Records and began a run of highly successful singles and shows. Sinatra was not eligible for military service during the war due to a perforated eardrum; but was able to perform for the troops on overseas USO tours and through the Armed Forces Radio Service.   

As his career began to decline in the wake of the death of publicist George Evans and his divorce from Nancy Barbato, he started performing in Las Vegas, where dwindling crowds came to see him.  In 1952, Columbia dropped him due to poor sales.  His new wife Ava Gardner helped him to secure a role in director Fred Zinneman's film 'From Here to Eternity', which led to an Academy Award for Sinatra and revived his career.   In 1953, he signed a seven year deal with Capitol Records and began recording in earnest, releasing a series of groundbreaking albums with arranger/conductor Nelson Riddle.  Before his contract was finished, Sinatra began recording for his own Reprise Records in 1961, releasing six albums that year (three with Reprise and three with Capitol).  He continued to release albums through the next decade, going into retirement in 1970; but returning three years later.  He continued to tour and sporadically released albums until his final retirement in 1995.  He died from a heart attack within three years.


Sinatra in 1963:  "I get an audience involved, personally involved in a song—because I’m involved myself. It’s not something I do deliberately: I can’t help myself. If the song is a lament at the loss of love, I get an ache in my gut. I feel the loss myself and I cry out the loneliness, the hurt and the pain that I feel...I don’t know what other singers feel when they articulate lyrics, but being an 18-karat manic-depressive and having lived a life of violent emotional contradictions, I have an overacute capacity for sadness as well as elation. I know what the cat who wrote the song is trying to say. I’ve been there—and back. I guess the audience feels it along with me. They can’t help it. Sentimentality, after all, is an emotion common to all humanity...Most of what has been written about me is one big blur, but I do remember being described in one simple word that I agree with. It was in a piece that tore me apart for my personal behavior, but the writer said that when the music began and I started to sing, I was “honest.” That says it as I feel it. Whatever else has been said about me personally is unimportant. When I sing, I believe. I’m honest. If you want to get an audience with you, there’s only one way. You have to reach out to them with total honesty and humility. This isn’t a grandstand play on my part; I’ve discovered—and you can see it in other entertainers—when they don’t reach out to the audience, nothing happens. You can be the most artistically perfect performer in the world, but an audience is like a broad—if you’re indifferent, endsville. That goes for any kind of human contact: a politician on television, an actor in the movies, or a guy and a gal. That’s as true in life as it is in art."




Sinatra has  sold more than 150 million records worldwide, won eleven Grammys, three Academy Awards, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Congressional Gold Medal, and the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.   





http://www.sinatra.com/










"My Way"



"Theme from New York, New York"




Sinatra - Basey TV special 1965






Birth of the Blues 

with Louis Armstrong




All the Way





Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music  1965

"I've Got You Under My Skin"



"I Get a Kick Out of You"



"It Was a Very Good Year"

Frank Sinatra In Studio - It Was A Very Good Year (1965) from Daniel Ramos on Vimeo.


"Young at Heart"



"Come Fly with Me"



"The Lady Is a Tramp"



"Witchcraft"







A Man and His Music – Part II (1966)




A Man and His Music + Ella + Jobim (1967)





"Strangers in the Night"





"I've Got the World on a String"





















singles:



With the Harry James Orchestra (Columbia) 

1939

"From the Bottom of My Heart"[6] / "Melancholy Mood" (Brunswick Records)
"It's Funny to Everyone but Me" (21) (by Jack Lawrence) / "Vol Visto Gailey Star" (by Jack Palmer)
"Here Comes the Night" / "Feet Draggin' Blues" (instrumental)
"My Buddy" / "Willow Weep For Me" (instrumental)
"On a Little Street in Singapore" (27) / "Who Told You I Cared?"
"Ciribiribin" / "Avalon" (instrumental)

1940
"Every Day of My Life" (17) / "Cross Country Jump" (instrumental)
"All or Nothing at All" (2) / "Flash" (instrumental) (re-issued 1943)


With the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra (RCA Victor) (1940-1942)


1940

"Too Romantic" / "Sweet Potato Piper" (by The Pied Pipers)

"The Sky Fell Down" / "What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry?" (by The Pied Pipers)
"Shake Down the Stars" / "Moments in the Moonlight"
"Say It (Over and Over Again)" (12) / "My, My" (by The Pied Pipers)
"Polka Dots and Moonbeams" (18) / "I'll Be Seeing You"
"The Fable of the Rose" / "This Is the Beginning of the End"
"Imagination" (8) / "Charming Little Faker" (by The Pied Pipers)
"Devil May Care" / "Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear to Tread)" (12)
"It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow" / "You're Lonely and I'm Lonely" (9)
"April Played the Fiddle" / "I Haven't Time to be a Millionaire"
"Yours Is My Heart Alone" / "Hear My Song Violetta"
"I'll Never Smile Again" (with The Pied Pipers) (1) / "Marcheta" (instrumental)
"All This and Heaven Too" (12) / "Where Do You Keep Your Heart?"
"East of the Sun (and West of the Moon)" / "Head on My Pillow"
"And So Do I" (by Connie Haines) / "The One I Love (Belongs to Somebody Else)" (with The Pied Pipers) (11)
"Only Forever" (by Allan Storr) / "Trade Winds" (10)
"Love Lies" (17) / "The Call Of The Canyon" (14)
"Whispering" / "Funny Little Pedro" (by The Pied Pipers)
"I Could Make You Care" (17) / "The World Is In My Arms"
"Our Love Affair" (5) / "That's for Me" (by Connie Haines)
"Looking for Yesterday" / "I Wouldn't Take a Million" (by Connie Haines)
"We Three (My Echo, My Shadow, and Me)" (3) / "Tell Me at Midnight"
"You're Breaking My Heart All Over Again" / "Shadows on the Sand"
"Two Dreams Met" (by Connie Haines) / "When You Awake"
"I'd Know You Anywhere" / "You've Got Me This Way" (by The Pied Pipers)
"Do You Know Why?" / "Isn't That Just Like Love?" (by The Pied Pipers)
"Anything" / "Another One of Them Things"
"You Say The Sweetest Things" (by Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers) / "Not So Long Ago"
"Stardust" (with The Pied Pipers) (7) / "Swanee River" (instrumental)

1941


"Oh! Look at Me Now" (with Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers) (2) / "You Might Have Belonged To Another" (14)
"Dolores" (with The Pied Pipers) (1) / "I Tried" (21)
"Do I Worry?" (with The Pied Pipers) (4) / "Little Man With A Candy Cigar" (by Jo Stafford)
"Without a Song" / "Deep River" (instrumental)
"It's Always You" / "Birds of a Feather" (by Connie Haines)
"You're Dangerous" (by Connie Haines) / "You Lucky People You"
"Everything Happens to Me" (9) / "Watcha Know Joe" (by Jo Stafford and The Pied Pipers)
"Let's Get Away from It All" (with Jo Stafford, Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers) (7)
"Kiss the Boys Goodbye" (by Connie Haines) / "I'll Never Let a Day Pass By"
"Love Me As I Am" / "Nine Old Men" (by The Pied Pipers)
"Neiani" / "This Love of Mine" (with The Pied Pipers) (3)
"I Guess I'll Have to Dream the Rest" (with The Pied Pipers) (12) / "Loose Lid Special" (instrumental)
"You And I" (11) / "Free for All" (with The Pied Pipers)
"Blue Skies" / "Backstage At The Ballet" (instrumental)
"Pale Moon (An Indian Love Song)" / "Hallelujah"
"Two In Love" (9) / "A Sinner Kissed An Angel" (15)
"Embraceable You" (by Jo Stafford) / "The Sunshine of Your Smile"
"Violets for Your Furs" / "Somebody Loves Me" (by The Pied Pipers)
"I Think of You" (20) / "Who Can I Turn To?" (by Jo Stafford)
"It Isn't a Dream Anymore" / "How Do You Do Without Me?"


1942

"Winter Weather" (by The Pied Pipers) / "How About You?" (8)
"The Last Call for Love" (17) / "Poor You" (by The Pied Pipers) (15)
"I'll Take Tallulah" (with Jo Stafford, Tommy Dorsey and The Pied Pipers) (15) / "Not So Quiet Please" (instrumental)
"(You're a) Snootie Little Cutie" (with Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers) / "Moonlight on the Ganges" (instrumental)
"Somewhere a Voice is Calling" / "Well Git It" (instrumental)
"Just As Though You Were Here" (6) / "The Street of Dreams" (with The Pied Pipers) (17)
"Be Careful, It's My Heart" (13) / "Take Me" (5)
"He's My Guy" (by Jo Stafford) / "Light a Candle in the Chapel" (21)
"A Boy In Khaki, A Girl In Lace" (by Jo Stafford) / "In the Blue of Evening" (1)
"There Are Such Things" (1) / "Daybreak" (with The Pied Pipers) (17)



First solo singles (Bluebird Records) 
1942

"Night and Day" (16) / "The Night We Called It a Day"
"The Lamplighter's Serenade" / "The Song Is You"
All songs featuring Axel Stordahl and his Orchestra.


Columbia singles (1943-1952)
1943

"Close to You" (10) / "You'll Never Know" (2)
"Sunday, Monday, or Always" (9) / "If You Please"
"People Will Say We're in Love" (3) / "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'" (12)
All songs performed A cappella with The Bobby Tucker Singers.

1944

"I Couldn't Sleep a Wink Last Night" (4) / "A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening" (11) (both songs performed A cappella with The Bobby Tucker Singers)
"White Christmas" (with The Bobby Tucker Singers) (7) / "If You are But a Dream" (19)
"Saturday Night (Is the Loneliest Night of the Week)" (2) / "I Dream of You (More than You Dream I Do)" (7)


1945

"What Makes the Sunset?" (13) / "I Begged Her"
"Ol' Man River" / "Stormy Weather" (with The Ken Lane Singers)
"I Should Care" (8) / "When Your Lover Has Gone"
"Dream" (5) / "There's No You"
"Put Your Dreams Away (For Another Day)" / "If You are But a Dream" (reissue)
"Homesick - That's All" (23) / "A Friend of Yours" (with The Ken Lane Singers)
"If I Loved You" (7) / "You'll Never Walk Alone" (with The Ken Lane Singers) (9)
"The Charm of You" / "I Fall in Love Too Easily"
"My Shawl" / "Stars In Your Eyes" (with the Xavier Cugat Orchestra)
"Lily Belle" / "Don't Forget Tonight Tomorrow" (with The Charioteers) (9)
"White Christmas" (reissue) / "Mighty Lak' a Rose"
"Nancy (With the Laughing Face)" (10) / "The Cradle Song"
"America the Beautiful" (with The Ken Lane Singers) / "The House I Live In" (22)


1946

"Oh! What It Seemed to Be" (1) / "Day by Day" (5)
"Full Moon and Empty Arms" (17) / "You are too Beautiful"
"All Through the Day" (7) / "Two Hearts are Better Than One"
"They Say It's Wonderful" (2) / "The Girl That I Marry" (11)
"From This Day Forward" (18) / "Something Old, Something New" (21)
"Soliloquy (Part 1 & 2)"
"Five Minutes More" (1) / "How Cute Can You Be?"
"One Love" / "Somewhere In The Night"
"Begin the Beguine" (23) / "Where Is My Bess?"
"The Coffee Song" (6) / "The Things We Did Last Summer" (8)
"Silent Night" (with The Ken Lane Singers) / "Adeste Fideles"
"Jingle Bells" (with The Ken Lane Singers) / "White Christmas" (reissue)
"September Song" (8) / "Among My Souvenirs"


1947

"This Is the Night" (11) / "Hush-A-Bye Island"
"That's How Much I Love You" (with The Page Cavanaugh Trio) (10) / "I Got A Gal I Love (In North and South Dakota)"
"I Want to Thank Your Folks" / "Why Shouldn't It Happen to Us?"
"It's the Same Old Dream" (with Four Hits and a Miss) / "The Brooklyn Bridge"
"Sweet Lorraine" / "Nat Meets June" (by Nat King Cole and June Christy)
"I Believe" (5) / "Time after Time" (16)
"Mam'selle" (1) / "Stella by Starlight" (21)
"Almost Like Being in Love" (20) / "There But For You Go I"
"Tea for Two" / "My Romance" (with Dinah Shore)
"Ain'tcha Ever Comin' Back" (21) / "I Have But One Heart" (13)
"Christmas Dreaming (A Little Early This Year)" (26) / "The Stars Will Remember"
"I've Got a Home In That Rock" / "Jesus Is a Rock (In a Weary Land)" (with The Charioteers)
"So Far" (8) / "A Fellow Needs a Girl" (24)
"The Dum Dot Song" (with The Pied Pipers) (21) / "It All Came True" (with Alvy West and the Little Band)
"You're My Girl " (23) / "Can't You Just See Yourself?"


1948

"What'll I Do?" (23) / "My Cousin Louella" (With The Tony Mottola Trio) (24)
"But Beautiful" (14) / "If I Only Had a Match"
"For Every Man There's a Woman" / "I'll Make Up for Everything"
"But None Like You" / "We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye" (With The Tony Mottola Trio)
"I've Got a Crush on You" (featuring Bobby Hackett) / "Ever Homeward"
"All of Me" (21) / "I Went Down to Virginia"
"It Only Happens When I Dance With You" (19) / "A Fella With an Umbrella"
"Nature Boy" (A cappella with The Jeff Alexander Choir) (7) / "S'posin'" (With The Tony Mottola Trio)
"Just for Now" (21) / "Everybody Loves Somebody" (25)


1949

"Kiss Me Again" / "My Melancholy Baby"

"Autumn in New York" (27) / "(Once Upon) A Moonlight Night"
"Señorita" / "If I Steal a Kiss"
"A Little Learnin' Is a Dangerous Thing" (Part 1 & 2) (with Pearl Bailey)
"Sunflower" (14) / "Once In Love With Amy"
"Why Can't You Behave?" (with The Phil Moore Four) / "No Orchids For My Lady"
"Comme Ci Comme Ca" / "While the Angelus Was Ringing"
"If You Stub Your Toe on the Moon" (with The Phil Moore Four) / "When Is Sometime?"
"Bop! Goes My Heart" (with The Phil Moore Four) / "Where Is the One?"
"Some Enchanted Evening" (6) / "Bali Ha'i" (18)
"The Right Girl for Me" / "Night After Night"
"The Hucklebuck" (with The Ken Lane Quintet) (10) / "It Happens Every Spring"
"Let's Take an Old Fashioned Walk" (with Doris Day and The Ken Lane Singers) (17) / "Just One Way To Say I Love You"
"It All Depends on You" / "I Only Have Eyes for You" (with The Ken Lane Singers)
"Don't Cry Joe" (with The Pastels (vocal group)) (9) / "The Wedding of Lili Marlene"
"Bye Bye Baby" (with The Pastels (vocal group)) / "Just a Kiss Apart"
"If I Ever Love Again" (with The Double Daters) / "Every Man Should Marry"
"That Lucky Old Sun" (16) / "Could'Ja?" (with The Pied Pipers)
"Mad About You" / "(On the Island of) Stromboli"
"The Old Master Painter" (with The Modernaires) (13) / "Lost in the Stars"


1950

"Sorry" (28) / "Why Remind Me?" (with The Modernaires)
"(We've Got a) Sure Thing" (with The Modernaires) / "Sunshine Cake" (with Paula Kelly)
"Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy" (10) / "God's Country" (with The Jeff Alexander Choir) (25)
"Kisses and Tears" (with Jane Russell and The Modernaires) / "When the Sun Goes Down"
"American Beauty Rose" (with Mitch Miller's Dixieland Band) (26) / "Just An Old Stone House"
"Poinciana (Song of the Tree)" / "There's No Business Like Show Business"
"Peachtree Street" (with Rosemary Clooney) / "This is the Night" (reissue)
"Goodnight, Irene" (with The Mitch Miller Singers) (5) / "My Blue Heaven"
"Life Is So Peculiar" (with Helen Carroll and The Swantones) / "Dear Little Boy of Mine" (with The Mitch Miller Singers)
"One Finger Melody" (9) / "Accidents Will Happen"
"Nevertheless (I'm in Love with You)"[6] (14) / "I Guess I'll Have to Dream the Rest" (with The Whippoorwills)
"Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!" (with The Swanson Quartet) / "Remember Me In Your Dreams" (with The Whippoorwills)


1951

"I Am Loved" / "You Don't Remind Me"
"Take My Love" / "Come Back to Sorrento"
"Love Means Love" / "Cherry Pies Ought to Be You" (with Rosemary Clooney)
"You're the One (for Me)" (17) / "Faithful" (with The Skylarks)
"We Kiss in a Shadow" (22) / "Hello Young Lovers"
"Love Me" / "I Whistle a Happy Tune"
"Mama Will Bark" (with Dagmar) (21) / "I'm a Fool to Want You" (14)
"It's a Long Way From Your House to My House" / "I Fall In Love With You Ev'ry Day"
"Castle Rock" (8) / "Deep Night" (with Harry James and his Orchestra)
"April in Paris" / "London by Night"


1952

"I Hear a Rhapsody" (24) / "I Could Write a Book" (with The Jeff Alexander Choir)

"Feet of Clay" / "Don't Ever Be Afraid to Go Home"
"My Girl" / "Walkin' in the Sunshine"
"Luna Rossa (Blushing Moon)" (with The Norman Luboff Choir) / "Tennessee Newsboy"
"Bim Bam Baby" (20) / "Azure-Te (Paris Blues)" (30)
"The Birth of the Blues" (19) / "Why Try to Change Me Now?"
"I'm Glad There Is You" / "You Can Take My Word for It Baby" (with The Page Cavanaugh Trio)


1953

"Shelia" (with The Jeff Alexander Choir) / "Day by Day" (reissue)

1954

"I'm a Fool to Want You" (reissue) / "If I Forget You"
All Orchestras conducted by Axel Stordahl, unless otherwise noted

Capitol singles (1953-1962)
Sinatra's Capitol singles were released on The Complete Capitol Singles Collection (1996). UK Singles Chart positions from 1952 onwards.

1953

"I'm Walking Behind You" (US #7) / "Lean Baby" (US #25)
"I've Got the World on a String"[6] (US #14) / "My One and Only Love" (US #28)
"From Here to Eternity"[6] (US #15, Cashbox #24) / "Anytime, Anywhere"
"South of the Border (Down Mexico Way)" (US #18, Cashbox #43) / "I Love You"


1954

"Young at Heart" (US #2, Cashbox #2, UK #12) / "Take a Chance"
"Don't Worry 'bout Me" (US #17, Cashbox #25) / "I Could Have Told You" (US #21, Cashbox #28)
"Three Coins in the Fountain" (US #4, Cashbox #1, UK #1) / "Rain (Falling From the Skies)"
"The Gal That Got Away" (US #21, Cashbox #30) / "Half as Lovely (Twice as True)" (US #23, Cashbox #20)
"It Worries Me" (US #30, Cashbox #29) / "When I Stop Loving You"
"The Christmas Waltz" / "White Christmas"
"You, My Love" (UK #13) / "Someone to Watch Over Me"


1955

"Melody of Love" (US #19) / "I'm Gonna Live Till I Die" (with Ray Anthony and his orchestra)

"Why Should I Cry Over You?" / "Don't Change Your Mind About Me" (with June Hutton and the Pied Pipers)
"Two Hearts, Two Kisses (Make One Love)" / "From the Bottom to the Top" (with The Nuggets and Big Dave's Music)
"Learnin' the Blues"[6] (US #1, Cashbox #2, UK #2) / "If I Had Three Wishes"
"Not as a Stranger" (Cashbox #27, UK #13) / "How Could You Do a Thing Like That to Me?"
"Same Old Saturday Night" (US #13, Cashbox #23) / "Fairy Tale" (Cashbox #33)
"Love and Marriage"[6] (US #5, Cashbox #6, UK #3) / "The Impatient Years"
"(Love Is) The Tender Trap" (US #23, Cashbox #22, UK #2) / "Weep They Will"


1956

"Flowers Mean Forgiveness" (US #35, Cashbox #27) / "You'll Get Yours" (US #67)

"(How Little It Matters) How Little We Know" (US #30, Cashbox #23) / "Five Hundred Guys" (US #73, Cashbox #43)
"You're Sensational" (US #52, Cashbox #41) / "Wait for Me" (theme from Johnny Concho) (US #75)
"True Love" (by Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly) / "Well, Did You Evah!" (with Bing Crosby)[6]
"Mind if I Make Love to You?" / "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" (with Celeste Holm)
"Hey! Jealous Lover" (US #6, Cashbox #8) / "You Forgot All the Words"
"Can I Steal a Little Love?" (US #20, Cashbox #20) / "Your Love for Me" (US #60, Cashbox #43)


1957

"Crazy Love" (US #60, Cashbox 54) / "So Long, My Love" (US #74, Cashbox #51)
"You're Cheatin' Yourself (If You're Cheatin On Me)" (US #25, Cashbox #50) / "Something Wonderful Happens In Summer"
"All the Way"[6] (US #2, Cashbox #7, UK #3) / "Chicago (That Toddlin' Town)" (US #84, Cashbox #45, UK #21)
"Witchcraft" (US #6, Cashbox #13, UK #12) / "Tell Her You Love Her" (Cashbox #48)
"Mistletoe and Holly" / "The Christmas Waltz" (with The Ralph Brewster Singers)


1958

"Nothing In Common" / "How are Ya Fixed for Love?" (with Keely Smith) (US #22)
"Monique" (from Kings Go Forth) / "Same Old Song and Dance" (Cashbox #74)
"Mr. Success" (US #41, Cashbox #29, UK #25) / "Sleep Warm"
"To Love and Be Loved" (Cashbox #100) / "No One Ever Tells You"


1959

"French Foreign Legion" (US #61, Cashbox #49, UK #18) / "Time After Time"
"High Hopes" (with 'A Bunch 'o Kids') (US #30, Cashbox #22, RnB #20, UK #6)/ "All My Tomorrows"
"Talk to Me" (US #38, Cashbox #27) / "They Came to Cordura"


1960

"It's Nice to Go Trav'ling" (UK #48)
"River, Stay 'Way from My Door" (US #82, Cashbox #61, UK #18) / "It's Over, It's Over, It's Over" (US #111)
"Nice 'N' Easy" (US #60, Cashbox #55, UK #15) / "This Was My Love"
"Old MacDonald" (US #25, Cashbox #32, UK #11) / "You'll Always Be the One I Love"


1961

"My Blue Heaven" (UK #33, Cashbox #108) / "Sentimental Baby" (Cashbox #101)
"American Beauty Rose" (Cashbox #118) / "Sentimental Journey" (Cashbox #tag)


1962

"I've Heard That Song Before" (Cashbox #139) / "The Moon Was Yellow" (US #99, Cashbox #131)
"I'll Remember April" / "Five Minutes More"
"I Love Paris" / "Hidden Persuasion"


Reprise singles (1961-1983)

1961

"The Second Time Around" (US #50, Cashbox #55) / "Tina"

"Granada" (US #64, Cashbox #58, AC #15, UK #15) / "The Curse of an Aching Heart"
"I'll Be Seeing You" (US #58, Cashbox #62, AC #12) / "The One I Love (Belongs to Somebody Else)"
"Imagination" / "It's Always You"
"I'm Getting Sentimental Over You" / "East of the Sun (and West of the Moon)"
"There Are Such Things" / "Polka Dots and Moonbeams"
"Without a Song" / "It Started All Over Again"
"Take Me" / "Daybreak"
"Pocketful of Miracles" (US #34, Cashbox #26, AC #9) / "Name It and It's Yours"
"The Coffee Song" (UK #39)
"Ring a Ding Ding!" / "Nothing but the Best" [A Souvenir Of Cal-Neva Lodge]


1962

"Stardust" (US #98, Cashbox #108, AC #20) / "Come Rain or Come Shine"
"Ev'rybody's Twistin'" (US #75, Cashbox #81, UK #22) / "Nothin' but the Best"
"Goody Goody" (Cashbox #136) / "Love Is Just Around the Corner"
"The Look of Love" / "I Left My Heart in San Francisco"
"The Look of Love" (US #101, Cashbox #118) / "Indiscreet"
"Me and My Shadow" (with Sammy Davis, Jr.) (US #64, Cashbox #79, AC #18, UK #20) / "Sam's Song" (by Sammy Davis, Jr. and Dean Martin)


1963

"Call Me Irresponsible" (US #78, Cashbox #62, AC #20) / "Tina" (reissue)
"I Have Dreamed" / "Come Blow Your Horn" (US #108, Cashbox #92)
"A New Kind of Love" / "Love Isn't Just for the Young" (US #111, Cashbox #118)
"Fugue for Tinhorns" / "The Oldest Established" (with Dean Martin and Bing Crosby)
"Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" / "How Shall I Send Thee?" (by Les Baxter's Balladeers)


1964

"Stay with Me (Theme from "The Cardinal")" (US #81, Cashbox #107) / "Talk to Me Baby"
"My Kind of Town" (US #110, Cashbox #120) / "I Like to Lead When I Dance"
"Softly, as I Leave You" (US #27, Cashbox #38, AC #4) / "Then Suddenly Love"
"Hello Dolly" (with Count Basie) (UK #47)
"I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day" / "The Little Drummer Boy" (with Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians)
"We Wish You the Merriest" / "Go Tell It On the Mountain" (with Bing Crosby and Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians)
"Somewhere in Your Heart" (US #32, Cashbox #32, AC #4) / "Emily"


1965

"Anytime at All" (US #46, Cashbox #54, AC #11) / "Available"
"Tell Her (You Love Her Each Day)" (US #57, Cashbox #87, AC #16) / "Here's to the Losers" (Cashbox #tag)
"Forget Domani" (US #78, Cashbox #58, AC #13)/ "I Can't Believe I'm Losing You"
"When Somebody Loves You" (US #102, Cashbox #104, AC #10) / "When I'm Not Near the Girl I Love"
"Ev'rybody Has the Right to Be Wrong!" (US #131, Cashbox #101, AC #25) / "I'll Only Miss Her When I Think of Her" (AC #18)
"It Was a Very Good Year"[6] (US #28, Cashbox #33, AC #1) / "Moment To Moment" (US #115, AC #18)


1966

"Strangers in the Night"[6] (US #1, Cashbox #1, AC #1, UK #1) / "Oh, You Crazy Moon"
"Summer Wind" (US #25, Cashbox #26, AC #1, UK #36) / "You Make Me Feel So Young" (with Count Basie & His Orchestra (live))
"That's Life" (US #4, Cashbox #5, AC #1, RnB #25, UK #44) / "September of My Years"


1967

"Somethin' Stupid" (with Nancy Sinatra) (US #1, Cashbox #1, AC #1, UK #1) / "Give Her Love"
"The World We Knew (Over and Over)" (US #30, Cashbox #22, AC #1, UK #33) / "You Are There"
"This Town" (US #53, Cashbox #41, AC #17) / "This is My Love"


1968

"I Can't Believe I'm Losing You" (US #60, Cashbox #63, AC #4) / "How Old Am I?"
"Cycles" (US #23, Cashbox #41, AC #2) / "My Way of Life" (US #64, Cashbox #60, AC #3)
"Whatever Happened to Christmas" / "I Wouldn't Trade Christmas" (with Frank Sinatra, Jr., Nancy Sinatra and Tina Sinatra)


1969

"Rain in My Heart" (US #62, Cashbox #51, AC #3) / "Star!"
"My Way" (US #27, Cashbox #29, AC #2, UK #5) / "Blue Lace"
"Love's Been Good to Me" (US #75, Cashbox #61, AC #8, UK #8) / "A Man Alone"
"Goin' Out of My Head" (US #79, Cashbox #96, AC #14) / "Forget to Remember" (US #flip, AC #16)
"I Would Be In Love (Anyway)" (US #88, Cashbox #118, AC #4) / "Watertown"
"What's Now Is Now" (US #123, AC #31) / "The Train"


1970

"Lady Day" (Cashbox #104) / "Song of the Sabiá"
"Feelin' Kinda Sunday" (with Nancy Sinatra) (AC #30) / "Kids" (by Nancy Sinatra)
"Something" / "Bein' Green" (Cashbox #115, AC #22)


1971

"Life's a Trippy Thing" (with Nancy Sinatra) / "I'm Not Afraid"
"I Will Drink The Wine" (UK #16) / "Sunrise In The Morning"


1973

"Let Me Try Again" (US #63, Cashbox #61, AC #23) / "Send in the Clowns"
"You Will be My Music" (Cashbox #107, AC #39) / "Winners"
1974

"Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" (US #83, Cashbox #106, AC #31) / "I'm Gonna Make It All The Way"
"You Turned My World Around" (US #83, Cashbox #104, AC #11) / "Satisfy Me One More Time"


1975

"Anytime (I'll Be There)" (US #75, Cashbox #93, AC #10) / "The Hurt Doesn't Go Away"
"I Believe I'm Gonna Love You" (US #47, Cashbox #52, AC #2, UK #34) / "The Only Couple on the Floor"
"A Baby Just Like You" / "Christmas Mem'ries"


1976

"The Saddest Thing of All" / "Empty Tables" (AC #43)
"I Sing the Songs (I Write the Songs)" / "Empty Tables"
"Stargazer" (AC #21) / "The Best I Ever Had" (featuring Sam Butera)
"Dry Your Eyes" / "Like a Sad Song" (AC #31)
"I Love My Wife" (Cashbox #92, AC #43) / "Send in the Clowns"


1977

"Night and Day" (disco version) / "Everybody Ought to Be in Love" (AC #29)


1980

"Theme from New York, New York" (US #32, Cashbox #35, AC #10, UK #59, UK #4 (1986)) / "That's What God Looks Like to Me"
"You and Me (We Wanted It All)" (AC #42) / "I've Been There!"


1981

"Say Hello" / "Good Thing Going (Going Gone)"


1983

"Here's to the Band" / "It's Sunday" (with Tony Mottola)
"To Love a Child" / "That's What God Looks Like to Me"


Qwest singles (1984)

1984

"Teach Me Tonight" / "The Best of Everything"
"Mack the Knife" / "It's All Right with Me"
"L.A. Is My Lady" (AC #34) / "Until the Real Thing Comes Along"
Island Records

1993

I've Got You Under My Skin (with Bono) (UK #4)

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