Frank Sinatra starts the recording of the ‘September of My Years’ album arranged by Gordon Jenkins (1965)

Frank Sinatra‘s ‘September of My Years’ is a studio album arranged by Gordon Jenkins, recorded between April 13 and May 27, 1965 and released in September 1965 by Reprise.


Frank Sinatra starts the recording of the ‘September of My Years’ album arranged by Gordon Jenkins (1965)

1 . Last Night When We Were Young (1958)

2 . It Was A Very Good Year

3 . Hello Young Lovers

4 . Hello Young Lovers

Frank Sinatra – September of My Years

Track Listing : 1.The September Of My Years (Jimmy Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn) – 03:12 . 2.How Old Am I? (Gordon Jenkins) – 03:30 . 3.Don’T Wait Too Long (Sunny Skylar) – 03:04 . 4.It Gets Lonely Early (Van Heusen, Cahn) – 02:57 . 5.This Is All I Ask (Gordon Jenkins) – 03:03 . 6.Last Night When We Were Young (Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg) – 03:33 . 7.The Man In The Looking Glass (Bart Howard) – 03:25 . 8.It Was A Very Good Year (Ervin Drake) – 04:25 . 9.When The Wind Was Green (Henry Stinson) – 03:22 . 10.Hello, Young Lovers (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein Ii) – 03:41 . 11.I See It Now (Alec Wilder, William Engvick) – 02:50 . 12.Once Upon A Time (Charles Strouse, Lee Adams) – 03:30 . 13.September Song (Kurt Weill, Maxwell Anderson) – 03:30

Musicians : Frank Sinatra — Vocals . Gordon Jenkins — Conductor

Production : Produced By Sonny Burke . Gordon Jenkins . Lowell Frank – Engineer

Arrangements : Gordon Jenkins

Package : Stan Cornyn – Liner Notes . Ed Thrasher – Art Direction

Recorded Between April 13 And May 27, 1965.

Released In September 1965 By Reprise.

(Source Frank Sinatra‘s ‘September of My Years’ | Official Site)


MUSO scribe
It’s more difficult still to do so in a way that still bears the unmistakable stamp of the vocalist. Sinatra’s talent is of the level that doing so seems effortless. As a clutch of emotional songs delivered with the perfect balance of pathos and musing, September of My Years is a perfect record. […]

Sinatra Guide
Sinatra here explores aging, and although he was reportedly initially uncomfortable with exploring a subject so uncomfortably close to his own privately-held sentiments, he gave it his all, and delivered what some fans consider to be one of his very finest albums […]

Most of the songs are new or relatively recent numbers; every cut fits into a loose theme of aging, reflection, and regret. Sinatra, however, doesn’t seem stuck in his ways — though the songs are rooted in traditional pop, they touch on folk and contemporary pop. […]


Frank Sinatra‘s ‘September of My Years’


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