Frank Sinatra’s ‘Where Are You?’ is his thirteenth studio album recorded (in stereo, a first for Sinatra) on April 10 and May 1, 1957 and reelased the same year by Capitol
Track Listing : 1.Where Are You? (Harold Adamson, Jimmy Mchugh) – 03:30 . 2.The Night We Called It A Day (Matt Dennis, Tom Adair) – 03:28 . 3.I Cover The Waterfront (Johnny Green, Edward Heyman) – 02:58 . 4.Maybe You’Ll Be There (Rube Bloom, Sammy Gallop) – 03:07 . 5.Laura (David Raksin, Johnny Mercer) – 03:28 . 6.Lonely Town (Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden, Adolph Green) – 04:12 . 7.Autumn Leaves (Jacques Prévert, Johnny Mercer, Joseph Kosma) – 02:52 . 8.I’M A Fool To Want You (Frank Sinatra, Jack Wolf, Joel Herron) – 04:51 . 9.I Think Of You (Jack Elliott, Don Marcotte) – 03:04 . 10.Where Is The One? (Alec Wilder, Edwin Finckel) – 03:13 . 11.There’S No You (Tom Adair, Hal Hopper) – 03:48 . 12.Baby Won’T You Please Come Home (Charles Warfield, Clarence Williams) – 03:00 . 13.I Can Read Between The Lines (David Franklin, Ray Getzov) – 02:43 . 14.It Worries Me (Fritz Schultz-Reichelt, Carl Sigman) – 02:53 . 15.Rain (Falling From The Skies) (Robert Mellin, Gunther Finlay) – 03:25 . 16.Don’T Worry ‘Bout Me (Rube Bloom, Ted Koehler) – 03:08
Musicians : Frank Sinatra – Vocals . Gordon Jenkins – Arranger, Conductor
Production : Produced By Voyle Gilmore
Package : Pete Welding – Liner Notes
Recorded On April 10 And May 1, 1957 At Capitol Studio A, Hollywood, Los Angeles.
Released In 1957 By Capitol.
Where Riddle’s down beat albums are stately and sullen, Jenkins favors lush, melancholy arrangements played by large, string-dominated orchestras. Jenkins’ arrangements suggested classical textures, although the tempos alluded to Billie Holiday’s ballad style. […]
Where Are You? is perfect in every sense. Recorded when Frank Sinatra was 42, the torch album finds him in impeccable voice and spirit. The dozen tracks fit together as a unified whole; it’s difficult to imagine one song missing, or another added. […]
If I could only have one Sinatra album it would be this one. This is his first collaboration with arranger Gordon Jenkins and also I believe his first stereo album – although one track, “I Cover the Waterfront”, still sounds like mono, which is a pity since it has a gorgeously impressionistic score […]