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Although this release is filled with alternate takes and previous unreleased tracks it is, as a whole, a very enjoyable album. There are twelve exeptionally, timeless, pieces of art on this cd. This is part two of "A Little Touch Of Schmilsson In The Night", his homage to the songs of the first half of the 20th century, made together with the orchestra of Gordon Jenkins, the man behind the music of Frank Sinatra. For more info go to http://www.marcharry.com/altos.htm.
- I'm always Chasing Rainbows / Make Believe / You Made me Love You(I Didn't Want To Do It) / Trust In Me / Lullaby in Ragtime (alt. take) / All I Think About Is You (from Knnillssonn) / Perfect Day (from Knnillssonn)/ Always (alt. take) / It's Only A Paper Moon / It Had To Be You (alt.take) / Thanks for the Memory / Over The Rainbow
If you think the album-art looks familiar than listen to this album, you will be amazed and discover where Harry did get his inspiration.
"In the Wee Small Hours" is without a doubt one of Sinatra's best albums. The quality of recordings is extraordinary good for it's time (1955). Frank Sinatra and Nelson Riddle's orchestra produced an album of amazing heartbreaking lovesongs. These 16 ballads, recorded in just a few days after his break-up with Ava Gardner, sustains a midnight mood of loneliness and lost love. If you got the blues it won't get better if you put this record on.
- 01. In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning / 02. Mood Indigo / 03. Glad To Be Unhappy / 04. I Get Along Without You Very Well / 05. Deep In A Dream / 06. I See Your Face Before Me / 07. Can’t We Be Friends? / 08. When Your Lover Has Gone / 09. What Is This Thing Called Love / 10. Last Night When We Were Young / 11. I’ll Be Around / 12. Ill Wind / 13. It Never Entered My Mind / 14. Dancing On The Ceiling / 15. I’ll Never Be The Same / 16. This Love Of Mine -
Still think that the picture is from something else? You're right'. It's a scene from the 1954 movie "Crime Wave" directed by André de Toth.