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Strangers In The Night

Frank Sinatra

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Strangers in the Night marked Frank Sinatra's return to the top of the pop charts in the mid-'60s, and it consolidated the comeback he started in 1965. Although he later claimed he disliked the title track, the album was an inventive, rich effort from Sinatra, one that established him as a still-viable star to a wide, mainstream audience without losing the core of his sound. Combining pop hits ("Downtown," [RoviLink="MC"]"On a Clear Day [You Can See Forever],"[/RoviLink] "Call Me") with show tunes and standards, the album creates a delicate but comfortable balance between big band and pop instrumentation. Using strings, horns, and an organ, Nelson Riddle constructed an easy, deceptively swinging sound that appealed to both Sinatra's dedicated fans and pop radio. And Sinatra's singing is relaxed, confident, and surprisingly jazzy, as he plays with the melody of "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" and delivers a knockout punch with the assured, breathtaking "Summer Wind." Although he would not record another album with Riddle again, Sinatra would expand the approach of Strangers in the Night for the rest of the decade. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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Strangers In The Night

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1
Strangers In The Night (Album Version) 00:02:35

NELSON RIDDLE, Recording Arranger, Conductor/Piano, AssociatedPerformer - Frank Sinatra, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Frank Sinatra Enterprises, LLC

2
Summer Wind (Album) 00:02:54

Johnny Mercer, Ensemble - NELSON RIDDLE, Recording Arranger, Conductor/Piano, AssociatedPerformer - Hans Bradtke, Ensemble - Frank Sinatra, MainArtist - Henry Mayer, Ensemble

℗ 2010 Frank Sinatra Enterprises, LLC

3
All or Nothing at All (Album Version) 00:03:57

NELSON RIDDLE, Recording Arranger, Conductor/Piano, AssociatedPerformer - Frank Sinatra, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Frank Sinatra Enterprises, LLC

4
Call Me (Album Version) 00:02:46

NELSON RIDDLE, Recording Arranger, Conductor/Piano, AssociatedPerformer - Frank Sinatra, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Frank Sinatra Enterprises, LLC

5
You’re Driving Me Crazy! (Album Version) 00:02:15

NELSON RIDDLE, Recording Arranger, Conductor/Piano, AssociatedPerformer - Frank Sinatra, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Frank Sinatra Enterprises, LLC

6
On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever) (Album Version) 00:03:18

NELSON RIDDLE, Recording Arranger, Conductor/Piano, AssociatedPerformer - Frank Sinatra, MainArtist - Frederick Loewe, Ensemble - Alan Lerner, Ensemble

℗ 2010 Frank Sinatra Enterprises, LLC

7
My Baby Just Cares For Me (Album Version) 00:02:31

Walter Donaldson, Ensemble - Gus Kahn, Ensemble - NELSON RIDDLE, Recording Arranger, Conductor/Piano, AssociatedPerformer - Frank Sinatra, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Frank Sinatra Enterprises, LLC

8
Downtown (Album Version) 00:02:10

TONY HATCH, Ensemble - NELSON RIDDLE, Recording Arranger, Conductor/Piano, AssociatedPerformer - Frank Sinatra, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Frank Sinatra Enterprises, LLC

9
Yes Sir, That’s My Baby (Album Version) 00:02:09

NELSON RIDDLE, Recording Arranger, Conductor/Piano, AssociatedPerformer - Frank Sinatra, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Frank Sinatra Enterprises, LLC

10
The Most Beautiful Girl in the World (Album Version) 00:02:26

Richard Rodgers, Ensemble - Lorenz Hart, Ensemble - NELSON RIDDLE, Recording Arranger, Conductor/Piano, AssociatedPerformer - Frank Sinatra, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Frank Sinatra Enterprises, LLC

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Strangers in the Night marked Frank Sinatra's return to the top of the pop charts in the mid-'60s, and it consolidated the comeback he started in 1965. Although he later claimed he disliked the title track, the album was an inventive, rich effort from Sinatra, one that established him as a still-viable star to a wide, mainstream audience without losing the core of his sound. Combining pop hits ("Downtown," [RoviLink="MC"]"On a Clear Day [You Can See Forever],"[/RoviLink] "Call Me") with show tunes and standards, the album creates a delicate but comfortable balance between big band and pop instrumentation. Using strings, horns, and an organ, Nelson Riddle constructed an easy, deceptively swinging sound that appealed to both Sinatra's dedicated fans and pop radio. And Sinatra's singing is relaxed, confident, and surprisingly jazzy, as he plays with the melody of "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" and delivers a knockout punch with the assured, breathtaking "Summer Wind." Although he would not record another album with Riddle again, Sinatra would expand the approach of Strangers in the Night for the rest of the decade. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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