Trilogy: Past Present Future Album Cover Art

Frank Sinatra

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Frank Sinatra Trilogy: Past Present Future Cover Art

Tracklist


Vinyl 1
  • 1 The Song is You
    length: 2:42
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    arranger: Billy May
    orchestra: Billy May & His Orchestra
    conductor: Billy May
    piano: Vincent Falcone, Jr.
    background vocals: Gene Merlino, Mike Redman, Sue Allen and Dick Bolks
    trumpet: Chuck Findley, Robert Findley, Charles Turner and John Audino
    trombone: Lloyd Ulyate, Bill Watrous and Dick Nash
    tuba: Tommy Johnson
    woodwind: Robert Steen, Wilbur Schwartz, Ted Nash, Jules Jacob and John Lowe
    violin: Israel Baker, David Frisina, Marshall Sosson, Norman Carr, Stanley Plummer, Marvin Limonick, Mary Lundquist and Harry Bluestone
    viola: Pamela Goldsmith and Allan Harshman
    cello: Raymond Kelley and Douglas Davis
    harp: Verlye Mills
    guitar: Al Viola
    double bass: Gene Cherico and Meyer "Mike" Rubin
    drums (drum set): Irv Cottler
  • 2 But Not for Me
    length: 3:54
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    arranger: Billy May
    orchestra: Billy May & His Orchestra
    conductor: Billy May
    piano: Vincent Falcone, Jr.
    background vocals: Gene Merlino, Mike Redman, Sue Allen and Dick Bolks
    trumpet: Chuck Findley, Robert Findley, Charles Turner and John Audino
    trombone: Lloyd Ulyate, Bill Watrous and Dick Nash
    tuba: Tommy Johnson
    woodwind: Robert Steen, Wilbur Schwartz, Ted Nash, Jules Jacob and John Lowe
    violin: Israel Baker, David Frisina, Marshall Sosson, Norman Carr, Stanley Plummer, Marvin Limonick, Mary Lundquist and Harry Bluestone
    viola: Pamela Goldsmith and Allan Harshman
    cello: Raymond Kelley and Douglas Davis
    harp: Verlye Mills
    guitar: Al Viola
    double bass: Gene Cherico and Meyer "Mike" Rubin
    drums (drum set): Irv Cottler
  • 3 I Had the Craziest Dream
    length: 3:16
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    conductor: Billy May
    arranger: Billy May
    orchestra: Billy May & His Orchestra
  • 4 It Had to Be You
    length: 3:56
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    arranger: Billy May
    orchestra: Billy May & His Orchestra
    conductor: Billy May
    trumpet: John Audino, Chuck Findley, Uan Rasey and Charles Turner
    trombone: Dick Nash, Lloyd Ulyate and Charles Loper
    tuba: Tommy Johnson
    French horn: Vincent DeRosa, Richard Perissi and Henry Sigismonti
    woodwind: Wilbur Schwartz, Ted Nash, Gene Cipriano, Jules Jacob and John Lowe
    violin: David Frisina, Glenn Dicterow, Paul Shure, James Getzoff, Marshall Sosson, Stanley Plummer, Marvin Limonick, Israel Baker, Nathan Ross, Joseph Stepansky, Robert Sushel, Mary Lundquist, Sheldon Sandu, Ronald Folsom, Norman Carr, Dorothy Wade, Harris Goldman and David Turner
    viola: David Schwartz, Allan Harshman, Linn Subotnick, Archie Levin, Pamela Goldsmith and Janet Lakatos
    cello: Eleanor Slatkin, Douglas Davis, Frederick Seykora, Raymond Kelley, Marie Fera and Mary Lane
    harp: Verlye Mills
    piano: Vincent Falcone, Jr.
    guitar: Al Viola
    electric bass guitar: Gene Cherico
    double bass: Meyer "Mike" Rubin and Peter Mercurio
    drums (drum set): Irv Cottler
    percussion: Larry Bunker
  • 5 Let's Face the Music and Dance
    length: 2:52
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    arranger: Billy May
    orchestra: Billy May & His Orchestra
    conductor: Billy May
  • 6 Street of Dreams
    length: 3:34
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    arranger: Billy May
    orchestra: Billy May & His Orchestra
    conductor: Billy May
  • 7 My Shining Hour
    length: 3:25
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    arranger: Billy May
    orchestra: Billy May & His Orchestra
    conductor: Billy May
  • 8 All of You
    length: 1:44
    vocal: Vangie Carmichael, Frank Sinatra, Linda Wheeler, Jim Wheeler and Terry Stilwell
    arranger: Billy May
    orchestra: Billy May & His Orchestra
    conductor: Billy May
    background vocals: Peggy Clark, Alan Copeland, Allan Davies, Ron Hicklin, Tom Kenny, Karen Kenton, Gene Merlino, Julia Rinker, Lewis Morford, Loulie Jean Norman, Mike Redman, Bill Brown, Bob Tebow, Jackie Ward, Sue Allen, Walt Harrah, Jerry Whitman, Dave Wilson and Dick Bolks
    trumpet: Chuck Findley, Uan Rasey, Charles Turner and John Audino
    trombone: James Self, Bill Watrous, Charles Loper and William Booth
    woodwind: Ted Nash, Jules Jacob, Gene Cipriano, John Lowe and Wilbur Schwartz
    violin: Israel Baker, Harris Goldman, James Getzoff, Glenn Dicterow, Marvin Limonick, Joseph Stepansky, Sheldon Sandu, Norman Carr, Robert Sushel, Mary Lundquist, David Turner and David Frisina
    viola: Lou Kievman, Archie Levin, Linn Subotnick and Pamela Goldsmith
    cello: Raymond Kelley, Christine Ermacoff, Mary Lane and Douglas Davis
    harp: Verlye Mills
    piano: Vincent Falcone, Jr.
    guitar: Al Viola
    double bass: Gene Cherico and John Hornschuch
    drums (drum set): Irv Cottler
  • 9 More Than You Know
    length: 2:22
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    arranger: Billy May
    orchestra: Billy May & His Orchestra
    conductor: Billy May
  • 10 They All Laughed
    length: 2:52
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    arranger: Billy May
    orchestra: Billy May & His Orchestra
    conductor: Billy May
    piano: Vincent Falcone, Jr.
    background vocals: Gene Merlino, Mike Redman, Sue Allen and Dick Bolks
    trumpet: Chuck Findley, Robert Findley, Charles Turner and John Audino
    trombone: Lloyd Ulyate, Bill Watrous and Dick Nash
    tuba: Tommy Johnson
    woodwind: Robert Steen, Wilbur Schwartz, Ted Nash, Jules Jacob and John Lowe
    violin: Israel Baker, David Frisina, Marshall Sosson, Norman Carr, Stanley Plummer, Marvin Limonick, Mary Lundquist and Harry Bluestone
    viola: Pamela Goldsmith and Allan Harshman
    cello: Raymond Kelley and Douglas Davis
    harp: Verlye Mills
    guitar: Al Viola
    double bass: Gene Cherico and Meyer "Mike" Rubin
    drums (drum set): Irv Cottler

    Vinyl 2
  • 1 You and Me (We Wanted It All)
    length: 4:11
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    orchestra: Don Costa & His Orchestra
    arranger: Don Costa
    conductor: Don Costa
    trombone: Bob Alexander, Sonny Russo and Johnny Messner
    bass trombone: Paul Faulise
    French horn: James Buffington, Brooks Tillotson, Tony Miranda and Joseph de Angelis
    woodwind: Richard Centalonza, Phil Bodner, Sidney Cooper, Harvey Estrin, Wally Kane, Mel Rodnon, Walt Levinsky and Sol Schlinger
    violin: Joe Malin, Peter Buonconsiglio, Marvin Morgenstern, Regis Iandiorio, George Wozniak, Max Cahn, Max Hollander, Harold Kohon, Richard Sortomme, Martha Caplin, Carmel Malin, Sanford Allen, Frederick Buldrini, Leo Kahn, Lewis Eley, Peter Dimitriades and Harry Glickman
    viola: Michael Spivakowsky, Lamar Alsop, Diann Jezurski, Julien Barber, Rose Tillotson, Richard Maximoff and Seymour Berman
    cello: Jesse Levy, Alan Shulman, Kermit Moore, Julius Ehrenwerth, Richard Bock and Melissa Meell
    harp: Margaret Ross
    piano: Vincent Falcone, Jr.
    guitar: Vinnie Bell, Jack Cavari and Jay Berliner
    double bass: Richard Romoff, Homer Mensch and Frank Bruno
    electric bass guitar: Russell George
    drums (drum set): Jimmy Young
    percussion: Ted Sommer and David Carey
  • 2 Just the Way You Are
    length: 3:28
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    orchestra: Don Costa & His Orchestra
    arranger: Don Costa
    conductor: Don Costa
    background vocals: Marlene VerPlanck, June Magruder, Adrian Albert, Rosemary Jun, Fran Carroll, Maretha Stewart, Ellie Geffert, Hilda Harris, Jerry Graff, Bernie Knee, Ron Marshall, Marty Nelson, Tony Wells, Steve Clayton and Charles Magruder
    trumpet: John Frosk, Joe Ferrante, Mel Davis and Richard Perry
    trombone: Bob Alexander, Sonny Russo and Johnny Messner
    bass trombone: Paul Faulise
    woodwind: Phil Bodner, Al Klink, Sidney Cooper, Sol Schlinger and Bill Slapin
    violin: Joe Malin, Harry Glickman, Matthew Raimondi, Frederick Buldrini, Max Cahn, Carmel Malin, Richard Sortomme, Max Hollander, Sanford Allen, Marvin Morgenstern, Leo Kahn, Harold Kohon, George Wozniak, Peter Buonconsiglio, Anahid Ajemian and Lewis Eley
    viola: Michael Spivakowsky, Lamar Alsop, Julien Barber, Michael Bloom, Seymour Berman and Richard Maximoff
    cello: Jesse Levy, Seymour Barab, Alan Shulman and Julius Ehrenwerth
    harp: Margaret Ross
    piano: Vincent Falcone, Jr.
    guitar: Vinnie Bell, Jack Cavari and Jay Berliner
    double bass: Russell George and George Duvivier
    drums (drum set): Jimmy Young
    percussion: Ted Sommer
  • 3 Something
    length: 4:46
    arranger: Nelson Riddle
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    orchestra: Vincent Falcone, Jr. & His Orchestra
    conductor: Vincent Falcone, Jr.
    drums (drum set): Irv Cottler
    guitar: Al Viola
    violin: Norman Carr, William Hymanson, Joseph Stepansky, Harris Goldman, Mary Lundquist, Robert Sushel, Anatol Kaminsky, Dorothy Wade, Judith Aller, Ilkka Talvi, Bernard Kundell, Bill Hybel, Kathleen Lenski, John Sambuco, Ezra Kliger, Ronald Folsom, Joseph Goodman, Thelma Beach, 渡辺實和子, David Turner, Erica Sharp, Debbie Grossman, 松田洋子, Ron Clark, Isabelle Daskoff, Ross Shub, Paul Shure, Glenn Dicterow, Nathan Ross, Nathan Kaproff, Marvin Limonick and Jerome Webster
    viola: Pamela Goldsmith, James Dunham, Lou Kievman, Denyse Buffum, Barbara Simons, Archie Levin, Leeana Sherman, Alan de Veritch, Barbara Thomason, Patricia Mathews, Allan Harshman and David Schwartz
    cello: Ray Kramer, Marie Fera, Barbara Badgley, Harry Shlutz, Gloria Strassner, Carolisa Lindberg, David Speltz, Igor Horoshevsky, Paula Hochhalter, Nils Oliver, Eleanor Slatkin and Robert Martin
    harp: Catherine Gotthoffer
    double bass: Chuck Domanico, John Hornschuch, Peter Mercurio, Gene Cherico, Meyer "Mike" Rubin and Árni Egilsson
  • 4 MacArthur Park
    length: 2:49
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    orchestra: Don Costa & His Orchestra
    arranger: Don Costa
    conductor: Don Costa
  • 5 Theme From New York, New York
    length: 3:27
    arranger: Don Costa
    orchestra: Vincent Falcone, Jr. & His Orchestra
    conductor: Vincent Falcone, Jr.
    trumpet: Chuck Findley, Charles Turner, Johnny Best and John Audino
    trombone: Charles Loper, Lloyd Ulyate and Dick Nash
    tuba: Tommy Johnson
    woodwind: Ted Nash, Wilbur Schwartz, Jules Jacob, Gene Cipriano and John Lowe
    violin: Harry Bluestone, Jennifer Small, Rochelle Abramson, Daniel Shindaryov, Judith Aller, Sheldon Sandu, Harris Goldman, Joseph Stepansky, Marvin Limonick, Marshall Sosson, Israel Baker and David Frisina
    viola: Allan Harshman, Archie Levin, Barbara Simons and Pamela Goldsmith
    cello: Raymond Kelley, Ronald Cooper, Mary Lane and Douglas Davis
    piano: Pete Jolly
    guitar: Al Viola
    double bass: Gene Cherico and Meyer "Mike" Rubin
    drums (drum set): Irv Cottler
    percussion: Dale Anderson
    lead vocals: Frank Sinatra
  • 6 Summer Me, Winter Me
    length: 4:06
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    orchestra: Don Costa & His Orchestra
    arranger: Don Costa
    conductor: Don Costa
    trombone: Bob Alexander, Sonny Russo and Johnny Messner
    bass trombone: Paul Faulise
    French horn: James Buffington, Brooks Tillotson, Tony Miranda and Joseph de Angelis
    woodwind: Richard Centalonza, Phil Bodner, Sidney Cooper, Harvey Estrin, Wally Kane, Mel Rodnon, Walt Levinsky and Sol Schlinger
    violin: Joe Malin, Peter Buonconsiglio, Marvin Morgenstern, Regis Iandiorio, George Wozniak, Max Cahn, Max Hollander, Harold Kohon, Richard Sortomme, Martha Caplin, Carmel Malin, Sanford Allen, Frederick Buldrini, Leo Kahn, Lewis Eley, Peter Dimitriades and Harry Glickman
    viola: Michael Spivakowsky, Lamar Alsop, Diann Jezurski, Julien Barber, Rose Tillotson, Richard Maximoff and Seymour Berman
    cello: Jesse Levy, Alan Shulman, Kermit Moore, Julius Ehrenwerth, Richard Bock and Melissa Meell
    harp: Margaret Ross
    piano: Vincent Falcone, Jr.
    guitar: Vinnie Bell, Jack Cavari and Jay Berliner
    double bass: Richard Romoff, Homer Mensch and Frank Bruno
    electric bass guitar: Russell George
    drums (drum set): Jimmy Young
    percussion: Ted Sommer and David Carey
  • 7 Song Sung Blue
    length: 2:46
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    orchestra: Don Costa & His Orchestra
    arranger: Don Costa
    conductor: Don Costa
  • 8 For the Good Times
    length: 4:44
    vocal: Eileen Farrell and Frank Sinatra
    orchestra: Don Costa & His Orchestra
    arranger: Don Costa
    conductor: Don Costa
    additional: Eileen Farrell
    lead vocals: Frank Sinatra
    background vocals: Ellie Geffert, Mary Sue Berry, Jerry Graff, Bernie Knee, Marty Nelson, Tony Wells, Steve Clayton, Charles Magruder, Ron Marshall, Marlene VerPlanck, June Magruder, Adrian Albert, Rosemary Jun, Fran Carroll and Maretha Stewart
    trombone: Warren Covington, Bob Alexander and Johnny Messner
    bass trombone: Paul Faulise
    French horn: Joseph de Angelis, Tony Miranda and James Buffington
    woodwind: Phil Bodner, Sol Schlinger, Sidney Cooper, Mel Rodnon and Al Klink
    violin: Matthew Raimondi, Joe Malin, Richard Sortomme, Peter Buonconsiglio, George Wozniak, Leo Kahn, Martha Caplin, Frederick Buldrini, Carmel Malin, Max Cahn, Harry Glickman, Anahid Ajemian, Harold Kohon, Sanford Allen, Lewis Eley and Max Hollander
    viola: Michael Spivakowsky, Diann Jezurski, Lamar Alsop, Julien Barber, Michael Bloom and Richard Maximoff
    cello: Jesse Levy, Melissa Meell, Alan Shulman and Kermit Moore
    harp: Margaret Ross
    piano: Vincent Falcone, Jr.
    guitar: Vinnie Bell, Jay Berliner and Jack Cavari
    double bass: Frank Bruno and Homer Mensch
    electric bass guitar: Russell George
    drums (drum set): Jimmy Young
    percussion: Ted Sommer
  • 9 Love Me Tender
    length: 3:37
    vocal: Eileen Farrell and Frank Sinatra
    orchestra: Don Costa & His Orchestra
    arranger: Don Costa
    conductor: Don Costa
    lead vocals: Frank Sinatra
    background vocals: Maretha Stewart, Ellie Geffert, Mary Sue Berry, Jerry Graff, Bernie Knee, Marty Nelson, Tony Wells, Steve Clayton, Charles Magruder, Ron Marshall, Marlene VerPlanck, June Magruder, Adrian Albert, Rosemary Jun and Fran Carroll
    trombone: Warren Covington, Bob Alexander and Johnny Messner
    bass trombone: Paul Faulise
    French horn: Joseph de Angelis, Tony Miranda and James Buffington
    woodwind: Phil Bodner, Sol Schlinger, Sidney Cooper, Mel Rodnon and Al Klink
    violin: Matthew Raimondi, Joe Malin, Richard Sortomme, Peter Buonconsiglio, George Wozniak, Leo Kahn, Martha Caplin, Frederick Buldrini, Carmel Malin, Max Cahn, Harry Glickman, Anahid Ajemian, Harold Kohon, Sanford Allen, Lewis Eley and Max Hollander
    viola: Michael Spivakowsky, Diann Jezurski, Lamar Alsop, Julien Barber, Michael Bloom and Richard Maximoff
    cello: Jesse Levy, Melissa Meell, Alan Shulman and Kermit Moore
    harp: Margaret Ross
    piano: Vincent Falcone, Jr.
    guitar: Vinnie Bell, Jay Berliner and Jack Cavari
    double bass: Frank Bruno and Homer Mensch
    electric bass guitar: Russell George
    drums (drum set): Jimmy Young
    percussion: Ted Sommer
  • 10 That's What God Looks Like
    length: 2:59
    vocal: Eileen Farrell and Frank Sinatra
    orchestra: Don Costa & His Orchestra
    arranger: Don Costa
    conductor: Don Costa
    lead vocals: Frank Sinatra
    background vocals: Maretha Stewart, Ellie Geffert, Mary Sue Berry, Jerry Graff, Bernie Knee, Marty Nelson, Tony Wells, Steve Clayton, Charles Magruder, Ron Marshall, Marlene VerPlanck, June Magruder, Adrian Albert, Rosemary Jun and Fran Carroll
    trombone: Warren Covington, Bob Alexander and Johnny Messner
    bass trombone: Paul Faulise
    French horn: Joseph de Angelis, Tony Miranda and James Buffington
    woodwind: Phil Bodner, Sol Schlinger, Sidney Cooper, Mel Rodnon and Al Klink
    violin: Matthew Raimondi, Joe Malin, Richard Sortomme, Peter Buonconsiglio, George Wozniak, Leo Kahn, Martha Caplin, Frederick Buldrini, Carmel Malin, Max Cahn, Harry Glickman, Anahid Ajemian, Harold Kohon, Sanford Allen, Lewis Eley and Max Hollander
    viola: Michael Spivakowsky, Diann Jezurski, Lamar Alsop, Julien Barber, Michael Bloom and Richard Maximoff
    cello: Jesse Levy, Melissa Meell, Alan Shulman and Kermit Moore
    harp: Margaret Ross
    piano: Vincent Falcone, Jr.
    guitar: Vinnie Bell, Jay Berliner and Jack Cavari
    double bass: Frank Bruno and Homer Mensch
    electric bass guitar: Russell George
    drums (drum set): Jimmy Young
    percussion: Ted Sommer

    Vinyl 3
  • 1 What Time Does the Next Miracle Leave?
    length: 10:42
    arranger: Gordon Jenkins
    piano: Vincent Falcone, Jr.
    vocal: Diana Lee, Loulie Jean Norman and Beverly Jenkins
    conductor: Gordon Jenkins
    orchestra: Los Angeles Philharmonic
    percussion: Carl Rigoli, Alexander L. Lepak and Peter Limonick
    saxophone: Donald Ashworth, Merritt Buxbaum, Wayne Songer, Wilbur Schwartz and Gary Gray
    trombone: Donald Waldrop, Dick Noel, William Booth, Bruce Paulson and Thomas Shepard
    trumpet: David Searfoss, Walter Johnson, Nelson Hatt and Boyde Hood
    drums (drum set): Irv Cottler
    lead vocals: Frank Sinatra
    chorus master: Jerry Whitman
    background vocals: Karen Kenton, Larry Kenton, Douglas Lawrence, Gilda Maiken, Lynn Mann, Gene Merlino, Jay Meyer, G. G. Prosper, Thurl Ravenscroft, Mike Redman, Darice Richman, Julia Rinker, Terry Stilwell, Jackie Sullivan, Bob Tebow, Linda Wheeler, Ann White, Suzie McCune, Jackie Allen, Sue Allen, Betty Jane Rase, Billie Barnum, Dick Bolks, Kathy Brown, Clark Burroughs, Amick Byram, Al Capps, Vangie Carmichael, Peggy Clark, Bill Cole, Allan Davies, Janice Gassman, Mitch Gordon, Christine Grant, Jim Haas, Steve Haas, Sandie Hall, Gordon Harkness, Errol Horne, Nancy Adams, Marilyn Jackson, Gary Jones, Jon Joyce, Thomas Kenny and Walt Harrah
    horn: Gale H. Robinson, James Atkinson, Marilyn Robinson, Gene Sherry and Alan Robinson
    woodwind: Jon Kip, Kathleen Robinson, Jim Walker, Susan S. Fries, Geri Rotella, Harry Klee and David Sherr
    bassoon: Ken Munday, Jack Marsh, Patricia Kindel-Heimerl and Fowler Friedlander
    violin: Terry Glenny, Harris Goldman, Rhoni Hallman, Gwen Heller, Reginald Hill, Davida Johnson, Carl LaMagna, Robert S. Lezin, Robert Lipsett, Joseph Livoti, Niki Magee, Alex Murray, Sid Page, Hyung-Sun Paik, John Sambuco, John Santulis, Sandra Seymour, Arkady Shindelman, Ross Shub, Spiro Stamos, Lya Stern, Robert Sushel, David Turner, John Wittenberg, Tibor Zelig, Bobby Bruce, Diana Jeane Brodick, Harry Bluestone, Blanche Belnick, Thomas Buffum, Anthony Doria and Walter Edelstein
    viola: Barbara Thomason, Myer Bello, Mark Kovacs, Cynthia Kovacs, Archie Levin, Margot Maclaine, Patricia Mathews, Sven Reher, David Schwartz, Bryana Sherman, Leeana Sherman and Linn Subotnick
    cello: Carolisa Lindberg, Nils Oliver, Peter Rejto, Linda Sanfilippo, Nancy M. Koutzen, George Koutzen, Igor Horoshevsky, Todd Hemmenway, Ernest Ehrhardt, Julianna Buffum and Edwin Beach
    harp: Carl Rigoli and Lou Anne Neill
    guitar: Al Viola
    double bass: Ray Siegel, Robert Stone, David Young, Jim D. Hackmann, Stephens Lafever, Ed Meares, John Hornschuch, Gene Cherico, Bob Dougherty and Frank A. Granato
    vibraphone: Ted Sommer
  • 2 World War None!
    length: 4:37
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    conductor: Gordon Jenkins
    arranger: Gordon Jenkins
    orchestra: Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • 3 The Future
    length: 4:11
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    conductor: Gordon Jenkins
    arranger: Gordon Jenkins
    orchestra: Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • 4 The Future (continued): "I've Been There"
    length: 3:36
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    conductor: Gordon Jenkins
    arranger: Gordon Jenkins
    orchestra: Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • 5 The Future (conclusion): "Song Without Words"
    length: 6:08
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    conductor: Gordon Jenkins
    arranger: Gordon Jenkins
    orchestra: Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • 6 Finale: Before the Music Ends
    vocal: Frank Sinatra
    conductor: Gordon Jenkins
    arranger: Gordon Jenkins
    orchestra: Los Angeles Philharmonic