Who Sang Indian Summer? Frank Sinatra with Duke Ellington

Duke Ellington Francis A. & Edward K. cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1988
length: 4:14
producer: Sonny Burke
engineer: Lee Herschberg
arranger: Billy May
membranophone: Sam Woodyard
alto saxophone: Johnny Hodges
baritone saxophone: Harry Carney
conductor: Billy May
double bass: Jeff Castleman
piano: Duke Ellington
reeds: Jimmy Hamilton and Russell Procope
tenor saxophone: Paul Gonsalves
trombone: Lawrence Brown
trumpet: Cootie Williams and William “Cat” Anderson
vocal: Frank Sinatra
Some other versions of "Indian Summer"

Summer, you old Indian Summer
You're the tear that comes after June time's laughter
You see so many dreams that don't come true
Dreams we fashioned when Summertime was new
You are here to watch over
Some heart that is broken
By a word that somebody left unspoken
You're the ghost of a romance in June going astray
Fading too soon, that's why I say
"Farewell to you Indian Summer"

CD 1
  • 1 Follow Me
  • 2 Sunny
  • 3 All I Need Is the Girl
  • 4 Indian Summer
  • 5 I Like the Sunrise
  • 6 Yellow Days
  • 7 Poor Butterfly
  • 8 Come Back to Me

  • Release information
    label: Reprise Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 075992704526
    script: Latin