Sinatra's Sinatra
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General information
Release date(s)
April 29–April 30, 1963
Record Label
Sonny Burke
Product code
Track information
Total tracks
3 / 5[2]
Alternate cover art

Sinatra's Sinatra is a 1963 studio album, under Reprise Records, by Frank Sinatra; it was Sinatra's thirty-ninth studio album.

This album contains twelve tracks, of which were some of Sinatra's personal favorites; the tracks had to be re-recorded for this album due to licensing issues with Columbia and Capitol Records respectively. The tracks were arranged by Nelson Riddle.

Track listing[edit | edit source]

  1. "I've Got You Under My Skin" (Cole Porter) – 3:26
  2. "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning" (David Mann, Bob Hilliard) – 2:43
  3. "The Second Time Around" (Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen) – 3:03
  4. "Nancy (With the Laughing Face)" (Phil Silvers, Van Heusen) – 3:37
  5. "Witchcraft" (Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh) – 2:37
  6. "Young at Heart" (Leigh, Johnny Richards) – 2:54
  7. "All the Way" (Cahn, Van Heusen) – 3:27
  8. "(How Little It Matters) How Little We Know" (Leigh, Phil Springer) – 2:19
  9. "Pocketful of Miracles" (Cahn, Van Heusen) – 2:37
  10. "Oh! What It Seemed to Be" (Bennie Benjamin, George David Weiss, Frankie Carle) – 2:45
  11. "Call Me Irresponsible" (Cahn, Van Heusen) – 3:12
  12. "Put Your Dreams Away (For Another Day)" (Paul Mann, Weiss, Ruth Lowe) – 3:12

Singles[edit | edit source]

In 1961, the song "Pocketful of Miracles" was initially recorded during Sinatra's work on the film Pocketful of Miracles, however, Sinatra rejected the role. Sinatra's then rendition of "Pocketful of Miracles" was released as a single with the song "Name it and it's Yours," and it was re-released in Sinatra's Sinatra. Along with the song "Tina," a song originally released in a single from Ring-a-Ding Ding's "The Second Time Around," was reissued with the new song "Call Me Irrepsonsible."[1]

Reception[edit | edit source]

Sinatra Sinatra received mild reviews, mostly critized for its arrangements similar to that of Sinatra's original versions of most of the songs. Allmusic claimed that "it's entertaining, if inconsequential" toward the success of the album and its hits. Allmusic rated the album three out of five stars.[2]

Sinatra's Sinatra peaked at #8 on the Billboard 200 charts in 1963.[3]

Personnel[edit | edit source]

Ted Allan Photography
Sonny Burke Producer
Nelson Riddle Arranger, Conductor
Merle Shore Art Direction
Frank Sinatra Vocals

References[edit | edit source]

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