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Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra
Real name
Francis Albert Sinatra
Born
December 12, 1915
Died
May 14, 1998
Country
United States
IPI
00028814966
Family
Frank Sinatra Jr. Son
Nancy Sinatra Daughter
Ava Gardner Wife (1951-1957)
Mia Farrow Wife (1966-1968)
Tina Sinatra Daughter
Ray Sinatra Second cousin
Related
Harry James Singer

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Title Performer Release date Covered by
(67 artists)
September 1957 (217 artists)
November 1981 (5 artists)
(62 artists)
(29 artists)
July 23, 1952 (2 artists)
March 1949 Marion Hutton with Dean Elliot and His Orchestra
1947 (3 artists)
December 1975 (6 artists)
July 1943 (12 artists)
January 1959 (21 artists)
January 1958 (111 artists)
(10 artists)
Anika Larsen
August 1968 (26 artists)
1942 (8 artists)
January 1946 (128 artists)
1941 (4 artists)
September 1973 (3 artists)
October 1965 (6 artists)
August 17, 1953 (17 artists)
December 1964 (11 artists)
October 2, 1956 (3 artists)
June 1959 (35 artists)
June 18, 1945 (4 artists)
April 1956 (30 artists)
(2 artists)
July 1975 (7 artists)
April 1954 (42 artists)
January 1944 (14 artists)
1945 (293 artists)
September 5, 1949 Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
July 25, 1941 (8 artists)
October 1965 (45 artists)
January 1977 (10 artists)
June 11, 1951 (169 artists)
March 1974 Svante Thuresson
April 1955 (283 artists)
May 30, 1949 (3 artists)
January 1958 (2 artists)
February 17, 1947 (7 artists)
1971 (4 artists)
June 1949 (7 artists)
July 1984 (5 artists)
June 1949 (8 artists)
October 1951 (29 artists)
August 1969 (4 artists)
September 1955 (30 artists)
(5 artists)
September 1957 (13 artists)
May 1964 (37 artists)
August 1968 (14 artists)
1945 (134 artists)
1960 (76 artists)
May 6, 1957 (20 artists)
November 1939 (17 artists)
1958 (37 artists)
September 1955 (2 artists)
December 1964 (7 artists)
1961 (9 artists)
1940 (294 artists)
September 1944 (22 artists)
December 1968 (4 artists)
March 14, 1961 (8 artists)
December 1944 (36 artists)
1958 (6 artists)
1949 (137 artists)
December 1964 (2 artists)
November 1981 (8 artists)
January 1964 (2 artists)
December 1948 (7 artists)
1959 (4 artists)
May 1965 Lita Torelló
July 1976 (3 artists)
(4 artists)
October 7, 1940 (14 artists)
1945 (6 artists)
November 1954 (154 artists)
January 1959 (24 artists)
1942 (14 artists)
April 1945 (61 artists)
August 1965 (7 artists)
September 1946 (116 artists)
1959 Robert Horton
July 11, 1941 (73 artists)
September 1967 (6 artists)
May 1954 (93 artists)
December 1968 Gayle Caldwell
December 1968 (6 artists)
1970 Cake [US1]
June 25, 1956 (5 artists)
October 19, 1952 (46 artists)
September 1973 (2 artists)
December 23, 1957 (162 artists)
March 1980 (10 artists)
(4 artists)
January 18, 1954 (112 artists)
June 25, 1956 (30 artists)
September 1973 (7 artists)

Covers by Frank Sinatra

Title Performer Release date Originally by
December 1975 John Denver
July 1959 Revelers
March 1969 Agostinho dos Santos, Jack Jones
October 1946 (unknown), (unknown)
May 1948 (unknown)
March 14, 1961 Rudy Vallée and His Connecticut Yankees
November 15, 1994 Hal Kemp and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Skinny Ennis
January 1954 Hal Kemp and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Skinny Ennis
August 1984 Henry Burr & Albert Campbell
November 1962 (unknown)
1984 Marion Harris
August 1984 Katherine Perry
July 1962 Lou Gold & His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Murray Amster
1962 John Steel and Ruth Thomas
2001 Eric Carmen
January 1968 Paul Wallace & Sandra Church
1997 Belle Baker
1948 Belle Baker
March 1980 Don Ameche
February 1962 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Bob Eberly
April 1947 Hiram Sherman, Frances Mercer, Hollace Shaw, Ralph Stuart
1999 Frank Sinatra
1997 Frank Sinatra
November 2, 1993 Frank Sinatra, Fred Astaire
July 1940 Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra
March 11, 1946 Margaret Whiting with Orchestra conducted by Carl Kress
1947 David Brooks and Marion Bell
January 1944 Frank Sinatra
1947 Irving Kaufman
1961 Irving Kaufman
2002 Bing Crosby with Lee Gordon Singers and Sonny Burke and His Orchestra
December 1945 (unknown), (unknown), (unknown)
1946 The Kit-Cat Band
1958 Herb Jeffries with Buddy Baker and His Orchestra
1997 Herb Jeffries with Buddy Baker and His Orchestra
November 1962 Judy Campbell
March 1956 Ethel Merman
October 1951 Evelyn Hoey
1962 Charles Hart
January 1958 Victor Young, Eddie Fisher with Hugo Winterhalter's Orchestra and Chorus
1962 Frances Williams
November 5, 1991 Donald Novis
July 1962 Clifton Webb
May 6, 1957 Clifton Webb
1997 Clifton Webb
1948 J. Harold Murray
September 1957 Yves Montand, Jo Stafford with Orchestra conducted by Harold Mooney
September 19, 1994 (unknown), (unknown)
July 23, 1952 Bill Davis Trio, Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five
September 1957 Eva Taylor
March 1974 Jim Croce
1949 Juanita Hall
November 1981 Cher
1967 (unknown), Doretta Morrow, Richard Oneto & Chorus
January 1959 (unknown), Doretta Morrow, Richard Oneto & Chorus
March 14, 1961 Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
July 1942 Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
1946 June Knight
January 1971 Kermit the Frog
November 15, 1994 Vivienne Segal
October 1957 Vivienne Segal
January 1957 Freddy Martin and His Orchestra
January 1958 Bing Crosby with Lani McIntire and His Hawaiians
1961 Shirley Ross, Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Kenneth Sargent
1958 William Gillespie
1956 Belle Baker
June 1949 Ambrose and His Orchestra
Bonita Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim 1969 Unverified
September 1967 Matt Monro
September 1945 Marie Louise Dustmann-Meyer and Clara Schumann, (unknown)
January 1958 Araci Cortes, Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
January 1948 Bing Crosby
March 1980 Ginger Rogers & Willie Howard
October 1949 Jack McCauley and Carol Channing
December 1968 Johnny Rivers
May 1966 Petula Clark
February 1963 Jackie Gleason
January 1957 Jimmy Daley and The Ding-A-Lings
April 1955 Libby Holman
August 1951 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra, Sy Oliver and His Orchestra
April 1960 Lilo and Peter Cookson
1967 Fred Astaire with Ray Noble and His Orchestra
1962 Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians
1950 Red Foley
January 1959 Fred Astaire with Leo Reisman and His Orchestra
September 1957 The Bar Harbor Society Orchestra
1939 (unknown)
Covered by (4 artists)
1971 Richard Chamberlain
January 1968 Louis Jourdan
1951 Giovanni Ambrosini, Maria Cappiello, Charles Kullman
November 15, 1994 Frank Sinatra
1997 Frank Sinatra
November 2, 1993 Ruby Hill, Harold Nicholas
February 1962 Ruby Hill, Harold Nicholas
February 21, 1949 Henri Salvador, (unknown)
1967 João Gilberto, Tony Bennett
October 1949 The King Cole Trio
1997 Jack Barker
January 1959 Jack Barker
April 1955 Jessie Matthews
1961 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra
1955 Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Helen Ward
1964 [Unknown]
December 1964 Joanie Sommers with The Bobby Troup Sextet
April 1955 Bob Crosby and His Orchestra
August 1951 (unknown)
March 1969 James Darren
1967 Silvia Telles, Astrud Gilberto
February 21, 1941 Ink Spots
July 1962 Illinois Jacquet and His Orchestra, Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by The Skylarks
1961 Chick Webb and His Orchestra
1971 Silvia Telles, Antonio Carlos Jobim
January 1957 Pearl Bailey
September 1967 Petula Clark
July 1961 Mildred Bailey
August 1965 Tony Bennett
April 1954 Cab Calloway
May 1966 Petula Clark
April 1945 The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
1960 The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
September 1967 Gloria Lynne with The Earl May Trio
1971 Vinicius de Moraes com Conjunto e Côro, Wanda de Sah
November 1976 Neil Diamond
June 1940 The Princeton University Triangle Club
1961 The Princeton University Triangle Club
1958 Robert Maxwell, Vic Damone with Orchestra conducted by Richard Hayman
April 1947 Ginger Rogers & Allen Kearns
November 15, 1994 Ginger Rogers & Allen Kearns
December 1964 Julie Andrews
June 14, 1948 Peggy Lee with Dave Barbour and His Orchestra
January 1957 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1961 Muriel Angelus
1946 (unknown)
November 15, 1994 Felicia Sanders
August 1964 Felicia Sanders
January 1968 Marjorie Smith
June 1949 Bob Crosby and His Orchestra
For Every Man There's a Woman Frank Sinatra December 28, 1947 Unverified
June 1965 Katyna Ranieri
November 15, 1994 Barbara McNair
March 1969 Barbara McNair
March 1980 Bill Nash
December 1968 Judy Collins
May 6, 1957 Doris Day - Orchestra under the Direction of Frank Comstock
1963 Stubby Kaye, Johnny Silver and Douglas Deane
1946 (unknown), Ray Noble and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Roy Lanson
December 1968 John Hartford
August 1954 Ruth Etting
1966 Stanley Holloway, Gordon Dilworth and Rod McLennan
April 1955 Doris Carson
November 1969 Little Anthony and The Imperials
1958 Horace Heidt and His Brigadiers - Vocal Chorus by Larry Cotton
1958 Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
July 17, 1950 Leadbelly
September 1981 Lonny Price, Jim Walton and Company
July 1962 Ted Wallace and His Swing Kings
August 1964 Dorothy Maynor with Unaccompanied Male Choir
1961 Pedro Vargas con Orquesta, Bing Crosby with The Bando da Lua
June 1949 Jane Withers
November 2, 1993 Frank Sinatra, Jane Withers
March 1969 Ray Charles
September 1957 Waltham Abbey Choir
1961 Joy Hodges & Austin Marshall
November 13, 2015 Judy Garland with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
October 1948 Judy Garland with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
1972 Hawaiian Quintette, Andy Iona and His Islanders, (unknown)
August 1964 Carol Channing and David Hartman
1951 Gertrude Lawrence
July 1959 Dolores Gray
1942 Judy Garland - Vocal with Orchestra under Direction of David Rose
March 1956 Judy Garland - Vocal with Orchestra under Direction of David Rose
June 6, 1955 Harry James
April 1947 Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra with vocal refrain by Red McKenzie
August 1984 James Ingram and Patti Austin
November 15, 1994 James Ingram and Patti Austin, Mitzi Green
1967 João Gilberto, Peggy Lee
1950 Priscilla Gillette
February 5, 1945 Gene Kelly & Frank Sinatra
August 1964 Robert Morse, Charles Nelson Reilly and Paul Reed
1961 Dolores Valesco
July 1959 Bob Hope
August 1964 Don Gibson
1967 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Anita Boyer
April 1947 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Anita Boyer
1997 Julie Andrews and Philippa Bevans
January 1959 Julie Andrews and Philippa Bevans
September 1940 Rosemary Lane
February 1952 Gene Kelly & Leila Ernst
September 1957 Abe Lyman's California Ambassador Hotel Orchestra
October 1957 Marcy Westcott & Richard Kollmar
March 1946 Aristocrats
March 1946 Bing Crosby
December 1944 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
July 1974 Bread
February 17, 1958 Grace Moore
May 6, 1957 The Piccadilly Players
1945 John Raitt & Jan Clayton
August 1984 Gladys Swarthout & John Boles
1951 Cicely Courtneidge
November 1944 (unknown)
Covered by (17 artists)
March 1969 Jacques Brel, Rod McKuen
1967 Wanda Sá, Antônio Carlos Jobim
1997 William Gaxton & Ethel Merman
July 1962 William Gaxton & Ethel Merman
January 1954 William Gaxton & Ethel Merman
April 1955 (unknown), Dick Powell
May 6, 1957 Ivie Anderson
May 6, 1957 Todd Duncan
July 1962 Lillian Shade
May 6, 1957 Clifton Webb
February 1962 Ray Noble and His Orchestra - Featuring Tony Martin
March 1980 Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Helen Forrest
July 1947 (unknown), Emilia Persico
Covered by (12 artists)
1963 Doretta Morrow and Larry Douglas
August 1964 (unknown), Bing Crosby
September 1962 Claramae Turner
January 1968 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
April 1955 Cab Calloway & His Orchestra
September 1957 Bing Crosby
1940 Tamara
1962 Tamara
September 1945 Yvonne Printemps & Noel Coward
April 1955 Joe Venuti's Blue Four, Ruth Etting
July 1959 Percy Faith
June 1940 Percy Faith
1962 Woody Herman and His Orchestra
1962 Peggy Wood & George Metaxa
April 1955 Harold Arlen - Piano accompaniment by Arthur Schutt
April 1960 Lilo
July 1962 Lilo
July 1962 Wilbur Evans
November 2, 1953 (unknown)
1961 Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Bon Bon
July 1962 Harry James and His Orchestra
1961 Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Jean Bowes
December 1954 Frankie Laine
1962 "Fats" Waller and His Rhythm
August 1954 "Fats" Waller and His Rhythm
April 1971 Jacques Brel, Rod McKuen
April 1947 Harry McClaskey
April 1953 Dorothy Squires with Orchestral Accompaniment
January 1968 Victor Herbert, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1961 Lou Gold and His Orchestra
March 14, 1961 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1962 Dick Powell
August 1949 Dick Powell
August 1965 Mel Tormé
April 1955 Evelyn Laye
1945 Martha Tilton with Orchestra
February 1976 Captain & Tennille
January 1958 Lew Stone and His Band - Vocal Chorus by Nat Gonella
August 1949 Al Jolson
October 1948 (unknown), (unknown)
January 1957 Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
March 1980 The Ambassadors [US2]
March 1956 John Boles, Jeanette Loff, the Sisters G, George Chiles and the Russell Market Dancers
March 1956 Dinah Shore with Orchestra
February 1962 Dick Haymes with Victor Young and His Orchestra
June 1949 Shirley Ross
May 1948 Fred Astaire
1962 Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Ray Eberle
April 1960 Peter Cookson
August 1984 Peter Cookson
1958 Ben Bernie and His Orchestra
1961 Bing Crosby
1994 Bing Crosby with Les Paul and His Trio
January 1957 Bing Crosby
September 8, 1939 Ink Spots
1950 Claire Carleton
August 1965 The Kingston Trio
Sampled by Robbie Williams
August 1969 Glenn Yarbrough
November 2, 1993 Mary Hay and Clifton Webb
1948 Mary Hay and Clifton Webb
October 1947 Biddle University Quartet
March 14, 1961 Dick Powell & Alice Faye
November 2, 1993 Aida Ward
June 15, 1953 Aida Ward
March 1956 Frances Langford with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1997 Frances Langford with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
November 2, 1993 Frances Langford with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
January 1957 Leo Reisman & His Orchestra
July 1961 Margaret Whiting
August 1964 Wynona Carr
1951 Gertrude Lawrence and Sandy Kennedy
November 1966 Michel Legrand, Steve Lawrence
March 1966 Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Billie Holiday
May 6, 1957 Grace McDonald & Rolly Pickert
August 1964 Roland Gerbeau, Keely Smith with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle
May 6, 1957 Adele Dixon, Eddy Duchin and His Orchestra
1962 Adele Dixon, Eddy Duchin and His Orchestra
August 1954 Ethel Waters with Edward Mallory and His Orchestra
November 1946 Edison Male Quartette
July 1959 Red McKenzie & His Orchestra
January 1959 Sydney Chaplin and Judy Holliday
August 1954 June Knight & Charles Walters
1997 June Knight & Charles Walters
March 1980 Billy Joel
April 1955 Lawrence Tibbett and Virginia Bruce
June 1949 Emil Newman, Woody Herman and His Orchestra
April 1953 Billy May and His Orchestra
1962 Joe Valino - Gene Kutch Orchestra
1955 Joe Valino - Gene Kutch Orchestra
1971 John Denver
December 1950 Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra
September 1973 Romuald
Covered by (18 artists)
April 1960 Irene Bordoni and Arthur Margetson
March 14, 1961 Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra
March 14, 1961 Harold Arlen with Orchestral Acc. Dir. by Ray Sinatra
January 1958 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1987 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1964 (unknown)
1950 Bing Crosby and Peggy Lee
November 1976 John Denver
January 1954 Dinah Shore
January 1954 Gloria Grafton
December 1968 Roger Miller [US1]
September 1957 John Battles
March 1956 Ella Logan with Bill Harty Orchestra
July 1962 Pickens Sisters
November 1955 Debbie Reynolds
1962 Debbie Reynolds
January 1957 Ray Noble and His Orchestra
1941 Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Marilyn Duke and Vaughn Monroe
March 1980 Geo. Campbell, Elvis Presley
September 1993 Geo. Campbell, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra
1950 Jeanette MacDonald
August 1969 Rod McKuen
1961 Kenny Baker [US1]
1965 Robert Alda
November 15, 1994 Robert Alda
June 1952 Giorgio Consolini
Covered by (6 artists)
March 1980 Richard Harris [IE]
August 1984 Kurt Gerron, Gerald Price
November 15, 1994 Kurt Gerron, Gerald Price
March 1956 Eddie Cantor
April 21, 1947 Ray Dorey
September 1957 Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra
November 1962 Jack Smith (The Whispering Baritone)
1967 Isaura Garcia, Pat Boone
September 19, 1994 (unknown), (unknown), (unknown), Bing Crosby & Martha Mears
August 1939 Kenny Baker [US1]
December 1954 Edison Symphony Orchestra, Four Aces featuring Al Alberts
1962 Minto Cato
1945 (unknown)
June 25, 1956 Frank Sinatra
February 1962 Erroll Garner Trio, Dakota Staton
April 1955 The Jungle Band
December 1968 Chase Webster with Frank Slay and His Orch.
March 1966 Bobby Sherwood and His Orchestra
1997 Billy Butterfield and His Orchestra - Vocal by Margaret Whiting
January 1958 Billy Butterfield and His Orchestra - Vocal by Margaret Whiting
November 15, 1994 Billy Butterfield and His Orchestra - Vocal by Margaret Whiting
1961 Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
March 1966 Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, (unknown)
1964 Henry Mancini, His Orchestra and Chorus
March 1966 Kate Smith
August 1964 Riz Ortolani e Nino Oliviero, Steve Lawrence
March 1980 Mayo Methot
March 1969 Simon and Garfunkel
May 1966 Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Arthur Jarrett
1950 Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra
1939 Henry Burr
January 1954 Mitzi Green
1962 Matt Monro
November 15, 1994 Frank Sinatra
June 15, 1953 Vic Damone and Music by Camarata
Covered by (174 artists)
1947 Gloria Grafton & Donald Novis
March 1980 Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Eugenie Baird
1971 John Denver
March 1969 Claude François
Covered by (221 artists)
1998 Claude François, Frank Sinatra
1948 King Cole with with Orchestra conducted by Frank DeVol
1950 Jack Denny & His Orchestra
November 2, 1993 Liza Minnelli
1974 John Battles, Cris Alexander and Adolph Green
1962 Shep Fields and His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra
May 6, 1957 Shep Fields and His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra
1997 Fred Astaire
March 1942 Fred Astaire
September 1973 Kris Kristofferson
August 1945 (unknown), Yelizaveta Lavrovskaya, John McCormack with piano accomp. by Edwin Schneider - Cello by Lauri Kennedy
July 1959 (unknown), Yelizaveta Lavrovskaya, John McCormack with piano accomp. by Edwin Schneider - Cello by Lauri Kennedy
June 6, 1955 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
November 1962 Clement Scott, Ana Hato and Deane Waretini, Gracie Fields
1962 California Melody Syncopators
May 6, 1957 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1943 Alfred Drake
January 1946 Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Marjorie Hughes
March 1966 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
March 1956 Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra
October 1948 (unknown)
1945 Jules Bledsoe
May 1966 Louis Jourdan
1967 Agostinho dos Santos, Astrud Gilberto
December 1948 Ray Bolger
August 1965 Ray Bolger & Eileen Herlie
1997 Fred Astaire
June 1949 Fred Astaire
1971 João Gilberto, Lambert, Hendricks & Bavan
1997 (unknown), Charles Kullman
January 1958 (unknown), Charles Kullman
July 1961 Harry Richman
April 1947 Judy Garland
July 1961 Mills Brothers
March 1946 Leo Reisman and His Orchestra
March 1956 Bing Crosby with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
1962 Bing Crosby with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
1943 Alfred Drake & Joan Roberts
July 1962 Fred Astaire with Johnny Green and His Orchestra
1962 Red Norvo and His Orchestra
1961 Ernie Golden and His Orchestra
1947 (unknown), Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
1961 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra
January 1968 Katherine Clark
July 22, 2003 Abbie Mitchell, Todd Duncan
July 22, 2003 Anne Wiggins Brown & Todd Duncan, John W. Bubbles, Abbie Mitchell
December 1968 Just Us
February 1962 Russ Columbo
January 1957 Rudy Vallée and His Connecticut Yankees
March 1966 Ted Wallace & His Campus Boys
1962 Franklyn Baur
May 1960 Jimmie Noone and His Orchestra
1985 Hubert Eisdell
November 1966 Gilbert Bécaud
Covered by (3 artists)
October 20, 1992 Eddie Cantor
October 1948 Eddie Cantor
Sampled by Kylie featuring Frank Sinatra [sampled]
September 1981 Larry Santos featuring The Ray Conniff Singers
Covered by Lee Towers
1964 Doris Day
September 1973 Glynis Johns
July 1961 Les Brown and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Doris Day
1961 Shep Fields and His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Bob Goday
1946 Walter Huston
July 1962 Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Ray Eberle and The Modernaires
April 1947 Gene Austin
1950 Victor Arden - Phil Ohman and Their Orchestra
October 1946 Joseph Mohr, Franz Gruber, Haydn Quartet
1947 Gloria Wills
August 10, 1964 Mina, Matt Monro
April 1947 John Raitt
1971 Roberto Paiva, Nicole Quasee
March 1946 Gertrude Lawrence
January 1971 The Beatles
January 1959 Fred Astaire
March 1967 Carson and Gaile
1962 Jerry Gray and His Orchestra
1946 Vivian Blaine
November 1966 Maurice Jarre, Ray Conniff and The Singers
December 1958 Elmer Bernstein
March 1980 Neil Diamond
November 2, 1953 Billy Cotton and His Band
1961 Bob Haring & His Orchestra
June 1949 Dennis King & Vivienne Segal
1968 Julie Andrews
February 1962 Hoagy Carmichael & His Pals, Bing Crosby
1940 Hoagy Carmichael & His Pals, Bing Crosby
July 1976 Neil Diamond
May 6, 1957 Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians
April 21, 1947 Victor Young and His Concert Orchestra - Ray Turner at the Piano
Covered by (78 artists)
August 1984 Ethel Waters with Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
1945 Ethel Waters with Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
April 1966 Bert Kaempfert
Covered by (125 artists)
March 1980 Russ Columbo and His Orchestra
May 1966 Grethe Ingmann, Wayne Newton
November 2, 1993 Grethe Ingmann, Wayne Newton
August 1954 Jean Goldkette and His Orchestra
1943 Bing Crosby
January 1968 Mieko Hirota
July 1974 Neil Diamond
March 1956 Isham Jones Orchestra
1964 Bing Crosby with The Robert Mitchell Boys Choir
1961 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
July 1942 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1961 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
August 1954 Ethel Waters
August 10, 1964 Bert Lahr & Julienne Marie
July 1962 Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra
August 1984 Janet Brace
1947 Phyllis Cleveland and Jack Barker
November 1981 Dorothy Lamour with Orchestra conducted by Lou Bring
October 1949 Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra
April 1947 Glenn Miller and His Orchestra
1956 Virginia Verrill
February 1962 Nat "King" Cole
January 27, 1947 Eddy Arnold and His Tennessee Plowboys
November 1966 Marian Montgomery
August 1969 (unknown)
August 1969 Rod McKuen
August 1969 (unknown)
November 15, 1994 Jesse Belvin with Marty Paich and His Orchestra
August 1964 Jesse Belvin with Marty Paich and His Orchestra
October 19, 1952 Irving Abrams & His Orchestra
September 1957 The King Cole Trio with String Choir
2004 The King Cole Trio with String Choir
September 1946 Julie Wilson [US]
1950 Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Erik Rhodes and Lillian Miles
1961 Will Oakland
January 1957 Margaret Whiting
September 1957 Tally-Ho!
June 28, 1954 Judy Garland
1967 João Gilberto, Antônio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes, Stan Getz & João Gilberto
January 1954 Judy Garland with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
1946 Ray Middleton
August 1964 Sacha Distel et son ensemble, Betty Carter
November 1962 Dorothy Squires with Orchestra directed by Billy Reid
December 1945 Earl Robinson
November 15, 1994 Earl Robinson
May 30, 1949 Paul Williams and His Hucklebuckers, Roy Milton and His Solid Senders
November 1966 Richard Kiley
October 1957 Mitzi Green
November 2, 1993 Mitzi Green
1997 Mitzi Green
August 1964 The Trapp Family Singers
May 6, 1957 Gene Austin
September 19, 1994 (unknown)
March 1980 Liza Minnelli
1947 Bing Crosby with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra
May 1966 Gloria Grafton & Donald Novis
1958 Chick Bullock & His Orchestra
March 1942 Johnny Long and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Bob Houston
1963 Sam Levene, Stubby Kaye, Johnny Silver
2001 Sam Levene, Stubby Kaye, Johnny Silver
2001 Sam Levene, Stubby Kaye, Johnny Silver
November 1949 Snooky Lanson - Beasley Smith and His Orchestra
July 12, 1940 Isham Jones Orchestra
September 1973 Isham Jones Orchestra
1961 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra and The Pied Pipers
1962 John Payne & Joan Merrill
1961 Bing Crosby
March 1946 Dorothy Dickson
August 1969 Rod McKuen
1962 Lanin's Arcadians - Vocal Chorus, Scrappy Lambert
January 1959 Tullio Carminati
July 1974 Michel Legrand, Barbra Streisand
November 1962 Al Bowlly
1964 Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians
September 5, 1949 Anne Shelton with The Wardour Singers and Paul Fenoulhet and his Orchestra
September 1967 Billy Vaughn
Covered by (6 artists)
March 1980 Ginger Rogers
July 1962 Fred Astaire with Johnny Green and His Orchestra
January 1954 Fred Astaire with Johnny Green and His Orchestra
November 2, 1993 Fred Astaire with Johnny Green and His Orchestra
1971 Elizete Cardoso
Covered by (29 artists)
August 1965 Nat King Cole
September 1967 Eric James Orchestra, Petula Clark
April 1955 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra
1963 Ezio Pinza
Frank Sinatra with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle
July 1974 Dawn featuring Tony Orlando
Margaret Whiting with Frank De Vol and His Orchestra
1962 Nick Lucas "The Crooning Troubadour"
January 1959 Sammy Davis, Jr.
March 1956 Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Kenny Sargent
July 26, 1940 Ray Herbeck and His Music with Romance
1971 Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66
Covered by (35 artists)
March 1946 New Mayfair Dance Orchestra
March 1955 The Charms [US1]
October 3, 1941 Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra
August 1984 Ethel Waters, Andy Kirk and His Twelve Clouds of Joy
January 1954 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
March 1969 Georges Blaness, Tony Bennett
1971 Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66
1948 Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians - Vocal refrain by Carmen Lombardo
1951 Doretta Morrow and Larry Douglas
March 1956 The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
June 25, 1956 Betty Grable & Charles Walters
November 1962 Muriel Barron and Olive Gilbert
November 1962 Vera Lynn with Arthur Young on the Novachord
1940 Ink Spots
August 1964 Les Brown
July 1974 Michael Dees
April 1955 Elsie Carlisle
January 1948 Grace Moore & John Steel
1962 Grace Moore & John Steel
November 1966 Gilbert Bécaud, Jane Morgan
November 2, 1993 Gilbert Bécaud, Jane Morgan
1958 Bob Crosby and His Orchestra, Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
1962 Manuel Romain
March 14, 1961 Melotone Boys
August 1965 Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra and Choir - Vocal Chorus by Johnny Thompson
1962 Edith Piaf, Bob Sands with Orchestra conducted by Bill Loose
1950 Seger Ellis
1945 Gene Austin
September 1957 Bunny Berigan and His Orchestra
July 1959 Shannon Bolin
1946 Todd Duncan, Ruby Elzy & Georgette Harvey
March 1949 (unknown)
November 15, 1994 Ray Heatherton & Mitzi Green
March 1950 Ray Heatherton & Mitzi Green
February 21, 1949 Edith Piaf & Les compagnons de la chanson
Covered by (2 artists)
2004 Bing Crosby & Martha Mears
November 1944 Bing Crosby & Martha Mears
November 1939 John Payne
February 1955 (unknown)
March 1946 Margaret Adams
1958 Ted Fiorito & His Orchestra
1997 Ted Fiorito & His Orchestra
November 1966 The New Vaudeville Band
September 19, 1994 Richard Himber & His Orchestra
November 2, 1993 Frank Sinatra
January 1957 Richard Himber & His Ritz-Carlton Orchestra
1961 Lois Deppe & Russell Woodling's Jubilee Singers
August 1964 Jack Jones
August 1954 Bing Crosby
July 1961 Bing Crosby & Connie Boswell
May 1966 Gene Austin
March 1969 (unknown), The Beatles
February 1962 Fay Templeton
August 1, 1941 Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
March 14, 1961 Georges Metaxa & Libby Holman
July 1974 Stevie Wonder
1946 Al Jolson
March 1956 Ted Wallace and His Orchestra
March 14, 1961 Frances Langford with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
May 6, 1957 Dick Jurgens and His Orchestra
1950 (unknown)
1950 William Gaxton & Genevieve Tobin
March 1946 Larry Clinton & His Orchestra
July 1943 Alice Faye
1945 Christine Johnson
March 1956 Martha Tilton with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
November 2, 1993 Martha Tilton with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
1955 Doris Day and Frank Sinatra
December 1967 William Tabbert
1940 Ink Spots
May 1966 Adele Astaire & Eddie Foy Jr.
March 1956 Bebe Daniels
1961 Nat "King" Cole
1940 Richard Tauber, Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra
July 1974 Bert Kaempfert
Covered by (2 artists)
November 20, 1990 Hal LeRoy & Eunice Healy

Web Covers by Frank Sinatra

Title Performer Upload date Originally by
Moon Love Frank Sinatra & Harry James April 8, 2015 Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Ray Eberle

Sampled songs

Title Performer Release date Info
August 1965 Originally by The Kingston Trio
Sampled by Robbie Williams
October 1948 Originally by Eddie Cantor
Sampled by Kylie featuring Frank Sinatra [sampled]

Songs written by Frank Sinatra

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
I'm a Fool to Want You Frank Sinatra, Jack Wolf, Joel Herron Frank Sinatra June 11, 1951 Covered by (169 artists)
Mistletoe and Holly Frank Sinatra, Hank Sanicola, Dok Stanford Frank Sinatra September 1957 Covered by (13 artists)
This Love of Mine Frank Sinatra, Sol Parker, Hank Sanicola Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra July 11, 1941 Covered by (73 artists)

Releases

Albums

Title Performer Release date Label
12 Songs of Christmas Bing Crosby - Frank Sinatra - Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians August 1964 Reprise Records
1946 Old Gold Shows Frank Sinatra 1994 Jazz Hour
20 Golden Classics Vol. 1 Frank Sinatra 1984 Astan
A Jolly Christmas from Frank Sinatra Frank Sinatra September 1957 Capitol Records
All Alone Frank Sinatra 1962 Reprise Records
A Man Alone Frank Sinatra August 1969 Reprise Records
America I Hear You Singing Frank Sinatra - Bing Crosby - Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians 1964 Reprise Records
A Swingin' Affair! Frank Sinatra May 6, 1957 Capitol Records
Christmas Songs by Sinatra Frank Sinatra October 1948 Columbia
Christmas Songs by Sinatra Frank Sinatra September 19, 1994 Legacy
Christmas with the Rat Pack Frank Sinatra | Dean Martin | Sammy Davis, Jr. 2002 Capitol Records
Close to You Frank Sinatra, Nelson Riddle, The Hollywood String Quartet January 1957 Capitol Records
Come Dance with Me Frank Sinatra January 1959 Capitol Records
Come Fly with Me Frank Sinatra January 1958 Capitol Records
Come Swing with Me! Frank Sinatra July 1961 Capitol Records
Cycles Frank Sinatra December 1968 Reprise Records
Days of Wine and Roses, Moon River & Other Academy Award Winners Frank Sinatra 1964 Reprise Records
Dedicated to You Frank Sinatra March 1950 Columbia
Duets Frank Sinatra November 2, 1993 Capitol Records
Duets II Frank Sinatra November 15, 1994 Capitol Records
Francis A. & Edward K. Francis Albert Sinatra & Edward Kennedy Ellington January 1968 Reprise Records
Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim 1967 Reprise Records
Frankly Sentimental Frank Sinatra June 1949 Columbia
Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely Frank Sinatra 1958 Capitol Records
Frank Sinatra with The Red Norvo Quintet Live in Australia, 1959 Frank Sinatra with The Red Norvo Quintet 1997 Blue Note
I'm Gettin' Sentimental over You Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra with Frank Sinatra ‎ 1972 Pickwick
In the Wee Small Hours Frank Sinatra April 1955 Capitol Records
I Remember Tommy Frank Sinatra 1961 Reprise Records
It Might as Well Be Swing Frank Sinatra and Count Basie and His Orchestra August 1964 Reprise Records
L.A. Is My Lady Frank Sinatra with Quincy Jones and Orchestra August 1984 Qwest
Moonlight Sinatra Frank Sinatra, arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle March 1966 Reprise Records
My Kind of Broadway Frank Sinatra 1965 Reprise Records
My Way Frank Sinatra March 1969 Reprise Records
Nice 'n' Easy Frank Sinatra 1960 Capitol Records
No One Cares Frank Sinatra with Orchestra conducted by Gordon Jenkins July 1959 Capitol Records
Ol' Blue Eyes Is Back Frank Sinatra September 1973 Reprise Records
Point of No Return Frank Sinatra 1962 Capitol Records
Ring-a-Ding Ding! Frank Sinatra March 14, 1961 Reprise Records
September of My Years Frank Sinatra August 1965 Reprise Records
She Shot Me Down Frank Sinatra November 1981 Reprise Records
Sinatra and Company Frank Sinatra 1971 Reprise Records
Sinatra and Swingin' Brass Frank Sinatra, arranged and conducted by Neal Hefti July 1962 Reprise Records
Sinatra at the Sands with Count Basie & the Orchestra Frank Sinatra 1966 Reprise Records
Sinatra-Basie - An Historic Musical First Frank Sinatra and Count Basie and His Orchestra 1962 Reprise Records
Sinatra Like Never Before Frank Sinatra September 1973 Longines Symphonette
Sinatra Sings Gerswhin Frank Sinatra July 22, 2003 Legacy
Sinatra Sings Great Songs from Great Britain Frank Sinatra November 1962 Reprise Records
Sinatra Sings Great Songs from Great Britain [JP] Frank Sinatra 1985 Reprise Records
Sinatra Sings...of Love and Things! Frank Sinatra July 1962 Capitol Records
Sinatra's Swingin' Session!!! Frank Sinatra 1961 Capitol Records
Sinatra & Strings Frank Sinatra February 1962 Reprise Records
Sinatra & Strings [1991] Frank Sinatra November 5, 1991 Warner Off Roster
Sinatra - The Radio Years 1939 - 1955 Frank Sinatra 1987 Magnum Music
Sing and Dance with Frank Sinatra Frank Sinatra 1950 Columbia
Softly, as I Leave You Frank Sinatra December 1964 Reprise Records
Some Nice Things I've Missed Frank Sinatra July 1974 Reprise Records
Songs by Sinatra - Volume 1 Frank Sinatra April 1947 Columbia
Songs for Swingin' Lovers! Frank Sinatra March 1956 Capitol Records
Songs for Young Lovers Frank Sinatra January 1954 Capitol Records
Strangers in the Night Frank Sinatra May 1966 Reprise Records
Swing Along with Me Frank Sinatra, Billy May and His Orchestra 1961 Reprise Records
Swing Easy! Frank Sinatra August 1954 Capitol Records
That Old Feeling Frank Sinatra 1956 Columbia
That's Life Frank Sinatra November 1966 Reprise Records
The Christmas Collection Frank Sinatra 2004 Reprise Records
The Columbia Years 1943-1952 - The Complete Recordings Frank Sinatra 1993 Columbia
The Concert Sinatra Frank Sinatra 1963 Reprise Records
The Jerusalem Concert Frank Sinatra 2001 Trama
The Rat Pack Live at the Sands Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin & Sammy Davis Jr. 2001 Capitol Records
The Reprise Collection Frank Sinatra November 20, 1990 Reprise Records
The Sinatra Family Wish You a Merry Christmas The Sinatra Family with The Jimmy Joyce Singers and Orchestra under the Direction of Nelson Riddle August 1969 Reprise Records
The Voice of Frank Sinatra Frank Sinatra March 1946 Columbia
The World We Knew Frank Sinatra September 1967 Reprise Records
Trilogy Frank Sinatra March 1980 Reprise Records
Watertown Frank Sinatra 1970 Reprise Records
Where Are You? Frank Sinatra September 1957 Capitol Records
Young at Heart - Songs Selected from the Motion Picture Doris Day - Frank Sinatra November 1954 Columbia

EPs

Title Performer Release date Label
Frank Sinatra Sings Songs from His Warner Bros. Picture "Young at Heart" Frank Sinatra 1955 Capitol Records
Melody of Love Frank Sinatra & Ray Anthony 1955 Capitol Records
Our Town Frank Sinatra September 1955 Capitol Records
The Nearness of You Frank Sinatra - Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl 1958 Philips

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
A Baby Just Like You Frank Sinatra December 1975 Reprise Records
All of Me Frank Sinatra 1948 Columbia
All the Way Frank Sinatra September 1957 Capitol Records
Almost Like Being in Love Frank Sinatra 1947 Columbia
A Lovely Way to Spend and Evening Frank Sinatra January 1944 Columbia
Among My Souvenirs Frank Sinatra 1946 Columbia
April in Paris Frank Sinatra with Orchestra directed by Axel Stordahl October 1951 Columbia
Azure - Te Frank Sinatra - Orch. under the direction of Axel Stordahl July 23, 1952 Columbia
Bad, Bad Leroy Brown Frank Sinatra March 1974 Reprise Records
Be Careful, It's My Heart Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Frank Sinatra July 1942 Victor [US]
Begin the Beguine Frank Sinatra with Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl 1946 Columbia
Brahms' Lullaby - I'll Follow My Secret Heart Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl and His Orchestra September 1945 V Disc
But Beautiful Frank Sinatra - Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl January 1948 Columbia
But No One Like You Frank Sinatra 1948 Columbia
Call Me Irresponsible Frank Sinatra February 1963 Reprise Records
Can I Steal a Little Love Frank Sinatra with Nelson Riddle's Orchestra January 1957 Capitol Records
Castle Rock Frank Sinatra & Harry James August 1951 Columbia
Christmas Dreaming (A Little Early This Year) Frank Sinatra 1947 Columbia
Comme ci comme ca Frank Sinatra February 21, 1949 Columbia
Don't Change Your Mind About Me Frank Sinatra February 1955 Capitol Records
Don't Worry 'Bout Me Frank Sinatra April 1954 Capitol Records
Dream Frank Sinatra - Orchestra conducted by Axel Stordahl April 1945 Columbia
Dry Your Eyes Frank Sinatra November 1976 Reprise Records
East of the Sun (And West of the Moon) Tommy Dorsey and His Sentimentalists - Vocal Refrain by Frank Sinatra June 1940 Bluebird
Everybody Has the Right to Be Wrong (At Least Once) Frank Sinatra October 1965 Reprise Records
Five Hundred Guys Frank Sinatra with Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra April 1956 Capitol Records
Five Minutes More Frank Sinatra 1946 Columbia
Forget Domani Frank Sinatra June 1965 Reprise Records
From Here to Eternity Frank Sinatra with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle August 17, 1953 Capitol Records
From the Bottom of My Heart Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Frank Sinatra August 1939 Brunswick
Full Moon and Empty Arms Frank Sinatra 1946 Columbia
God's Country Frank Sinatra 1950 Columbia
Goin' Out of My Head Frank Sinatra November 1969 Reprise Records
Hello, Young Lovers Frank Sinatra 1951 Columbia
Hey! Jealous Lover Frank Sinatra October 2, 1956 Capitol Records
High Hopes Frank Sinatra June 1959 Capitol Records
Homesick - That's All Frank Sinatra - Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl June 18, 1945 Columbia
I Am Loved Frank Sinatra - Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl 1950 Columbia
I Believe I'm Gonna Love You Frank Sinatra July 1975 Reprise Records
I Could Make You Care Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra September 1940 Victor [US]
I Fall in Love Too Easily Frank Sinatra 1945 Columbia
If I Ever Love Again Frank Sinatra September 5, 1949 Columbia
If I Forget You Frank Sinatra - Orch. under the direction of Axel Stordahl February 17, 1958 Columbia
If I Loved You Frank Sinatra 1945 Columbia
If Only She'd Looked My Way Frank Sinatra with Orchestra directed by Axel Stordahl 1951 Columbia
I Have but One Heart Frank Sinatra July 1947 Columbia
I Hear a Rhapsody Frank Sinatra February 1952 Columbia
I'll Never Smile Again Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra and The Pied Pipers June 1940 Victor [US]
I Love My Wife Frank Sinatra January 1977 Reprise Records
I'm Getting Sentimental Over You Frank Sinatra 1961 Reprise Records
I Should Care Frank Sinatra 1945 Columbia
I Sing the Songs Frank Sinatra February 1976 Reprise Records
It All Depends on You Frank Sinatra August 1949 Columbia
It Only Happens When I Dance with You Frank Sinatra - Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl May 1948 Columbia
I've Got a Crush on You Frank Sinatra 1948 Columbia
I've Got a Home in That Rock Frank Sinatra and The Charioteers October 1947 Columbia
I've Got the World on a String Frank Sinatra June 15, 1953 Capitol Records
I Want to Thank Your Folks Frank Sinatra - Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl February 17, 1947 Columbia
I Whistle a Happy Tune Frank Sinatra 1951 Columbia
Jingle Bells Frank Sinatra with The Ken Lane Singers November 1946 Columbia
Just for Now Frank Sinatra - Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl June 14, 1948 Columbia
L.A. Is My Lady Frank Sinatra with Quincy Jones and Orchestra July 1984 Qwest
Lean Baby Frank Sinatra April 1953 Capitol Records
Learnin' the Blues Frank Sinatra 1955 Capitol Records
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Frank Sinatra December 1950 Columbia
Let's Take an Old-Fashioned Walk Frank Sinatra and Doris Day with The Ken Lane Singers June 1949 Columbia
Life Is So Peculiar Frank Sinatra with Helen Carroll and The Swantones, arranged and conducted by Percy Faith 1950 Columbia
Life's a Trippy Thing Nancy Sinatra and Frank Sinatra April 1971 Reprise Records
(Love Is) The Tender Trap Frank Sinatra with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle November 1955 Capitol Records
Love Lies Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra October 7, 1940 Victor [US]
Love's Been Good to Me Frank Sinatra August 1969 Reprise Records
Luna rossa (Blushing Moon) Frank Sinatra with the Norman Luboff Choir June 1952 Columbia
Mama Will Bark Frank Sinatra & Dagmar June 11, 1951 Columbia
Mam'selle Frank Sinatra April 21, 1947 Columbia
Me and My Shadow Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr. November 1962 Reprise Records
Melody of Love Frank Sinatra and Ray Anthony and His Orchestra December 1954 Capitol Records
Mighty Lak' a Rose Frank Sinatra 1945 Columbia
Mr. Success Frank Sinatra 1958 Capitol Records
My Blue Heaven Frank Sinatra July 17, 1950 Columbia
My Kind of Town Frank Sinatra May 1964 Reprise Records
My Way of Life Frank Sinatra August 1968 Reprise Records
Nancy (With the Laughing Face) Frank Sinatra 1945 Columbia
Nature Boy Frank Sinatra with the Jeff Alexander Choir 1948 Columbia
Nevertheless (I'm in Love with You) Frank Sinatra 1950 Columbia
None but the Lonely Heart - There'll Be a Jubilee Frank Sinatra - Mildred Bailey August 1945 V Disc
Not as a Stranger Frank Sinatra June 6, 1955 Capitol Records
Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin' Frank Sinatra 1943 Columbia
Oh! What It Seemed to Be Frank Sinatra - Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl January 1946 Columbia
Old School Teacher Frank Sinatra April 1946 V Disc
Ol' Man River Frank Sinatra 1945 Columbia
On a Little Street in Singapore Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Frank Sinatra November 1939 Columbia
Once in Love with Amy Frank Sinatra December 1948 Columbia
(Once Upon) A Moonlight Night Frank Sinatra - Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl 1948 Columbia
One Love Frank Sinatra - Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl 1946 Columbia
Pocketful of Miracles Frank Sinatra 1961 Reprise Records
Poinciana (Song of the Tree) Frank Sinatra 1947 Columbia
Polka Dots and Moonbeams Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra 1940 Victor [US]
Put Your Dreams Away for Another Day - I'll Be Seeing You Frank Sinatra with Orchestra conducted by Axel Stordahl - Jo Stafford with Orchestra conducted by Paul Weston September 1944 V Disc
River, Stay 'Way from My Door Frank Sinatra with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle May 1960 Capitol Records
Saturday Night (Is the Loneliest Night of the Week) Frank Sinatra December 1944 Columbia
Say Hello Frank Sinatra September 1981 Reprise Records
Silent Night, Holy Night Frank Sinatra with The Ken Lane Singers October 1946 Columbia
So Far Frank Sinatra 1947 Columbia
Softly, As I Leave You Frank Sinatra August 10, 1964 Reprise Records
Soliloquy (Part One) Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl and His Orchestra April 1947 V Disc
Some Enchanted Evening Frank Sinatra 1949 Columbia
Something Frank Sinatra January 1971 Reprise Records
Somethin' Stupid Nancy Sinatra & Frank Sinatra March 1967 Reprise Records
Somewhere in Your Heart Frank Sinatra December 1964 Reprise Records
Song from "Some Came Running" (To Love and Be Loved) Frank Sinatra with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle December 1958 Capitol Records
South of the Border (Down Mexico Way) Frank Sinatra and Billy May with His Orchestra November 2, 1953 Capitol Records
Star! Frank Sinatra, arranged & conducted by Nelson Riddle 1968 Reprise Records
Stay with Me Frank Sinatra January 1964 Reprise Records
Strangers in the Night Frank Sinatra April 1966 Reprise Records
Sunday, Monday or Always Frank Sinatra 1943 Columbia
Take Me Frank Sinatra - Orchestra conducted by Sy Oliver 1961 Reprise Records
Take My Love Frank Sinatra 1951 Columbia
Talk to Me Frank Sinatra with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle 1959 Capitol Records
Tea for Two Dinah Shore and Frank Sinatra 1947 Columbia
Tell Her (You Love Her Each Day) Frank Sinatra May 1965 Reprise Records
That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day) Frank Sinatra October 1949 Columbia
That's How Much I Love You Frank Sinatra January 27, 1947 Columbia
The Best I Ever Had Frank Sinatra July 1976 Reprise Records
The Birth of the Blues Frank Sinatra with Orch. under the dir. of Axel Stordahl October 19, 1952 Columbia
The Christmas Waltz Frank Sinatra November 1954 Capitol Records
The Gal That Got Away Frank Sinatra with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle June 28, 1954 Capitol Records
The Girl That I Will Marry Frank Sinatra 1946 Columbia
The House I Live In Frank Sinatra December 1945 Columbia
The Hucklebuck Frank Sinatra May 30, 1949 Columbia
The Look of Love Frank Sinatra September 1962 Reprise Records
The Moon Was Yellow and the Night Was Young Frank Sinatra with the Ken Lane Singers with Orchestra conducted by Axel Stordahl 1947 Columbia
The Night We Called It a Day Frank Sinatra March 1942 Bluebird
The Oldest Established (Permanent Floating Crap Game in New York) Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby and Dean Martin 1963 Reprise Records
The Old Master Painter Frank Sinatra and The Modernaires - Orchestra under the Direction of Axel Stordahl November 1949 Columbia
There Are Such Things Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra and The Pied Pipers 1942 Victor [US]
The Second Time Around Frank Sinatra, Felix Slatkin and His Orchestra 1961 Reprise Records
The Things We Did Last Summer Frank Sinatra September 1946 Columbia
The Wedding of Lili Marlene Frank Sinatra September 5, 1949 Columbia
Three Coins in the Fountain Frank Sinatra with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle May 1954 Capitol Records
Two Hearts Are Better Than One Frank Sinatra - Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl March 11, 1946 Columbia
Two Hearts, Two Kisses Frank Sinatra with The Nuggets and Big Dave's Music March 1955 Capitol Records
Two in Love Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Frank Sinatra October 3, 1941 Victor [US]
We're Just a Kiss Apart Frank Sinatra October 1949 Columbia
We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me) Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra with Frank Sinatra ‎ 1940 Victor [US]
Whatever Happened to Christmas? Frank Sinatra December 1968 Reprise Records
What'll I Do Frank Sinatra - Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl January 1948 Columbia
What Makes the Sunset? Frank Sinatra February 5, 1945 Columbia
Where Is the One Frank Sinatra March 1949 Columbia
White Christmas Frank Sinatra November 1944 Columbia
Witchcraft Frank Sinatra December 23, 1957 Capitol Records
You'll Never Know Frank Sinatra July 1943 Columbia
Young at Heart Frank Sinatra January 18, 1954 Capitol Records
You're Breaking My Heart All Over Again Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra 1940 Victor [US]
Yours Is My Heart Alone Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra with Frank Sinatra ‎ 1940 Victor [US]

Performances also appear on

Title Performer Release date Label
A Body of Work Paul Anka 1998 Epic
All the Way... A Decade of Song Celine Dion 1999 Columbia
All This and Heaven Too Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra July 1940 Victor [US]
And So Do I Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra July 12, 1940 Victor [US]
A Very Special Christmas 2 various artists October 20, 1992 A&M Records
Ciribiribin (They're So in Love) Harry James and His Orchestra December 14, 1939 Columbia
Ciribiribin (They're So in Love) Harry James and His Orchestra 1939 Brunswick
Cloclo - Bande originale du film various artists 2012 Sony Music
Cole Porter's Can-Can - Motion Picture Sound Track various artists April 1960 Capitol Records
Do I Worry? Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra February 21, 1941 Victor [US]
Do I Worry? Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra December 1941 His Master's Voice
Dolores Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra 1941 Victor [US]
Duets Paul Anka April 5, 2013 Legacy
Fifty Shades of Grey - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack various artists February 10, 2015 Republic Records
From Nashville to Memphis - The Essential 60's Masters I Elvis Presley September 1993 BMG
"High Society" - A New High Fidelity Recording from the Sound Track of the MGM Picture various artists June 25, 1956 Capitol Records
I Guess I'll Have to Dream the Rest Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra July 25, 1941 Victor [US]
I'll Never Smile Again / From Alpha to Omega Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra - Joseph Rines & His Hotel St. Regis Orchestra 1941 His Master's Voice
Love Me as I Am Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra 1941 Victor [US]
Movin' With Nancy Nancy Sinatra December 1967 Reprise Records
My Buddy Harry James and His Orchestra 1939 Columbia
Neiani Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra July 11, 1941 Victor [US]
Only Forever Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra July 26, 1940 Victor [US]
On the Town - Original Soundtrack various artists 1974 Show Biz
Pal Joey various artists October 1957 Capitol Records
Robin and the 7 Hoods - Original Score from the Motion Picture Musical! various artists 1964 Reprise Records
Space Cowboys - Music from the Motion Picture various artists 2000 Warner Bros.
Star Dust Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra 1940 Victor [US]
Vol Vistu Gaily Star Harry James and His Orchestra September 8, 1939 Columbia
Weihnachten Helene Fischer & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra November 13, 2015 Polydor
Winter Weather Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra 1942 Victor [US]
You and I Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra August 1, 1941 Victor [US]

Tributes

Title Performer Release date Label
Accordion to Sinatra - Joe Martino Sings and Plays Sinatra Joe Martino 2003
A Jazz Portrait of Frank Sinatra The Oscar Peterson Trio 1959 Verve Records
...Allow Us to Be Frank Westlife November 8, 2004 RCA
All the Way Tony Mottola 1983 Project 3 Records
Al Saxon Sings Sinatra Al Saxon 1972 Turnover Records
A Salute to Sinatra Jimmy Amadie Trio 2002 TP Recordings
A Tribute to Frank Sinatra The Blue Dahlia 2001 Stardust Records
A Tribute to Frank Sinatra AVID All Stars October 2007 AVID Entertainment
Blue Eyes Biréli Lagrène 1998 Dreyfus Jazz
Bolton Swings Sinatra Michael Bolton May 23, 2006 Concord Records
Can I Be Frank? Betsyann Faiella August 2001 LML Music
Celebrating Sinatra Joe Lovano 1997 Blue Note
Chairman of the Board - Interpretations of Songs Made Famous by Frank Sinatra various artists 1993 Grass Records
Cicero Sings Sinatra - Live in Hamburg Roger Cicero November 27, 2015 Sony Music
Comme d'habitude - Sinatra Tribute Album Stan Tracey & Bobby Wellins 1998 Jazzizit Records
Dancing in the Dark - Inspired by the Music of Frank Sinatra Tierney Sutton January 27, 2004 Telarc
David Osborne Plays a Tribute to Frank Sinatra David Osborne 2002 North Star Music
Dear Frank... Tribute to Frank Sinatra Larry Franco Big Band 2008 Philology
Dear Mr. Sinatra John Pizzarelli with the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra July 18, 2006 Telarc
Echoes of Frank Sinatra Gary Motley August 1998 Intersound [US]
Fallen Angels Bob Dylan May 20, 2016 Columbia
Frankly - A Tribute to Sinatra Per Goldschmidt / Tom Harrell / Niels Lan Doky / Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen / Alvin Queen 1994 Milestone
Frankly Speaking John Basile 1993 Jazz Heritage
Frank My Dear - A Tribute to Frank Sinatra Alan Farrington 2000 Azzurra Music
Frank Sinatra - Instrumental Hits Christopher West December 2006 NorthQuest
Gary Williams Meets Frank Sinatra Gary Williams with Chris Dean and His Orchestra February 2010 BOS
His Way, Our Way various artists July 4, 2009 A&M Records
Hits of Frank Sinatra The StereoAction Orchestra 1971 RCA International - RCA International (Camden)
I Remember You - With Love to Stan and Frank Diane Schuur June 2014 Jazzheads Records
Is It Sinatra? Gary Willner 2005 Simpulina Records
Jazz Piano Tribute to Frank Sinatra Piano Tribute Players November 19, 2013 Copycats Entertainment
Joey DeFrancesco Plays Sinatra His Way Joey DeFrancesco 2004 HighNote
Keely Sings Sinatra Keely Smith March 13, 2001 Concord Jazz
L'allieva Mina November 11, 2005 PDU
Let's Be Frank Trisha Yearwood December 20, 2018 Gwendolyn Records
Los exitos de Frank Sinatra en bossa nova Holly Wilson 2007 Barca discos
"Lost in the Stars" - Bud Shank and Lou Levy Play the Sinatra Songbook Bud Shank and Lou Levy 1991 Fresh Sound Records
Manilow Sings Sinatra Barry Manilow 1998 Arista
New York New York - The Frank Sinatra Story Volume 1 The Gary Tesca Orchestra 1997 Mirage Records
One for My Baby - To Frank Sinatra with Love Laura Dickinson 2014 Music and Mirror
Perfectly Frank Tony Bennett September 15, 1992 Columbia
Piet Plays Sinatra Piet Noordijk New Quintet & Strings 2002 Munich Records
Please Return the Evening Cherry Poppin' Daddies July 29, 2014 Space Age Bachelor Pad Records
Quite Frankly Brian Evans 1996 (self-released)
Rat Pack by Request Bobby Zee & Zoe 2002 Morpheus Music
Rawls Sings Sinatra Lou Rawls September 9, 2003 Savoy Jazz
Remembering Mr. Sinatra Julie Budd September 1, 2015 Emerald Music
Robert Farnon and His Orchestra Play the Hits of Sinatra Robert Farnon and His Orchestra 1965 Philips
Rush of Love Mitch Winehouse June 7, 2010 Janey
Salutations F.S. Al Viola 1977 PBR International
Saxophone Plays Frank Sinatra Karin Groenewald 2015 Vonk Musiek
Shadows in the Night Bob Dylan January 30, 2015 Columbia
Sin-atra various artists 2011 Armoury Records
Sinatra - A Jazz Piano Tribute Stephen Kummer August 2008 Green Hill
Sinatra en Bossa Nova Steven Maglio 2015 (self-released)
Sinatra in Bossa - Call Me Irresponsible Bob Tostes 2006 Albatroz Music
Sinatra & Jobim @ 50 John Pizzarelli feat. Daniel Jobim June 30, 2017 Concord Jazz
Sinatra on Guitar Jack Jezzro 2017 Green Hill
Sinatra on Sax Denis Solee with The Beegie Adair Trio 2005 Village Square
Sinatra Songbook Mike Smith [1] 1995 Delmark
Sinatra / Weill Jeanette Lindström 1999 Caprice Records
Singin' Sinatra, Volume 1 Les Lankhorst 2004 (self-released)
Singin' Sinatra Volume 2 Les Lankhorst 2005 (self-released)
Songs for Sinatra Lovers Steven Maglio 2006 (self-released)
Songs of Sinatra Steve Tyrell November 8, 2005 Hollywood Records [US1]
Songs of Sinatra & Friends Joe Gransden 2014 Cafe 290
Stars on Frankie Stars on 45 1987 CNR
Steve Lawrence Sings Sinatra Steve Lawrence January 2003 GL Music
Strangers in the Night Joe Beck Trio 2000 Venus Records
Talk to Me Joey McIntyre 2006 City Light
That Man (Love Letter to Frank Sinatra) Sylvia Syms 1961 Kapp Records
The Briarcliff Orchestra Plays Hits Made Famous by Frank Sinatra The Briarcliff Orchestra 1967 Harmony [US1]
The Frank Sinatra Collection - A Musical Tribute Beegie Adair 1997 Green Hill
The Frank Sinatra Tribute - Some Special Favorites Monty Aidem 2014 (self-released)
The Sinatra Project Michael Feinstein September 2, 2008 Concord Records
The Sinatra Project, Vol.II: The Good Life Michael Feinstein November 25, 2011 Concord Jazz
The Sinatra Songbook Joe Temperley September 2008 Hep Jazz
The Songs Sinatra Sang Carol Sloane August 31, 1996 Concord Jazz
The Starlite Orchestra Plays Frank Sinatra The Starlite Orchestra September 9, 1994 Madacy
Tribute to Sinatra Michael Masci 1996 (self-released)
Two Faces Rex Bell Trio featuring Genine Latrice Perez 2015 Infrared Records
Under My Skin Ben L'Oncle Soul November 4, 2016 Mercury
Voices Live Stig Rossen and His Orchestra 2008 Stigrossen.dk
With Love to Frank Sinatra & Judy Garland Jane Norman 2006 Rex Records
Young at Heart James Moody 1996 Warner Bros.

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