A Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn song from 1945 (from a play that never made it to Broadway) that Sinatra made popular in 1958 on the Only The Lonely Album. It is a lovely song that has a lot of depth and Sinatra and Riddle do a fabulous job with it.
EBL: Time After Time
Pundette: Call This Indescribably Good (she is featuring Cahn's Call Me Irresponsible), I'll Be Seeing You, The Coffee Song (the swinging version) and How About You? And to answer Pundette's query: yes I like hearing this one more than once!
Bob Belvedere: Sinatra's Best 19-17, Almost Like Being In Love, The Gal Who Got Away, The Tender Trap #2 (the film version with Debbie Reynolds), and It Happened In Monterey (Tie), Sinatra's Best 22 through 20, Nice 'n' Easy, I'm a Fool To Want You, The Song Is You and Don't Worry About Me (Tie)
Frank, Sammy and Jule (Mark's podcast)
Jule and Sammy did a lot of songs
Mark Steyn: His latest are Ebb Tide, Witchcraft, Stars Fall on Alabama, (Love Is) The Tender Trap, Learnin' the Blues and In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning. And of course, Mark's Sammy Cahn post and podcast: Ain't That A Kick and Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry
EBL: Sinatra at Pompeii, This Was Nearly Mine, Stardust, Stars Fell on Alabama, in the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening, Soliloquy, Sinatra at the Hollywood Bowl (in August), More Sinatra Moon Songs, Blue Moon, The Nearness of You (another Carmichael classic), More Sinatra Summer, Things We Did Last Summer, Sinatra at the Beach, Frank Sinatra and Kathryn Grayson: Time After Time, and from Only The Lonely: Ebb Tide
Don’t forget to also keep checking out
It’s a swingin’ world.
Don Surber: Astaire Way To Heaven