Time After Time is a jazz standard written by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne.
History[edit | edit source]
Written in 1947, Frank Sinatra was the first to record this song, and he recorded this song for his performance in It Happened in Brooklyn for Columbia Records.
Being that the song was introduced from a film, Sinatra never put this song in a studio album, but the song was initially released as a B-side single of Sinatra's rendition of "I Believe." The song peaked at #16 on the charts.
Sinatra later re-recorded this song under Capitol Records. This rendition was also released in 1959 as a B-side single, this time with the song "French Foreign Legion" from Pal Joey. Sinatra's rendition under Capitol did not chart, however.
Releases[edit | edit source]
- "I Believe" single (1947)
- "French Foreign Legion" single (1959)
- This Is Sinatra Volume 2 (1958)
- The Voice: Frank Sinatra, the Columbia Years (1943–1952) (1986)
- The Capitol Years (1998)
- I've Got a Crush on You (1995)
- 16 Most Requested Songs (1995)
- Sinatra 80th: All the Best (1995)
- The Complete Capitol Singles Collection (1996)
- Frank Sinatra Sings the Select Sammy Cahn (1996)
- Frank Sinatra Sings His Greatest Hits (1997)
- The Best of the Columbia Years: 1943–1952 (1998)
- All or Nothing at All (2002)
- Romance: Songs from the Heart (2007)
- Pal Joey Original Soundtrack (2008)
Other artists[edit | edit source]
|Other artists that have recorded "Time After Time."|