Where Are You?

Where Are You?

by Frank Sinatra


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Following the hard-driving A Swingin' Affair, Frank Sinatra released another all-ballads record, Where Are You? The album was the first he recorded at Capitol without Nelson Riddle, as well as the first he recorded in stereo. Where Riddle's down beat albums are stately and sullen, Jenkins favors lush, melancholy arrangements played by large, string-dominated orchestras. Jenkins' arrangements suggested classical textures, although the tempos alluded to Billie Holiday's ballad style. Where Are You? primarily consists of torch songs, including "The Night We Called It a Day," "I Cover the Waterfront," and "Lonely Town." Throughout the record, Sinatra blends with Jenkins' sumptuous strings, making his voice sound rich, relaxed and regretful. It doesn't have the stark despair of In the Wee Small Hours, but its luxurious sadness makes Where Are You? a majestic experience of its own.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/08/2002
Label: Capitol
UPC: 0724353374624
catalogNumber: 33746
Rank: 11315

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Frank Sinatra   Primary Artist,Vocals
Gordon Jenkins   Conductor
Nelson Riddle   Conductor

Technical Credits

Gordon Jenkins   Arranger
Alec Wilder   Composer
Eddie Finckel   Composer
David Franklin   Composer
Johnny Mercer   Composer
Nelson Riddle   Arranger
David Raksin   Composer
Pete Welding   Liner Notes
Clarence Williams   Composer
Don Marcotte   Composer
Charles Warfield   Composer
Dave Cavanaugh   Producer
R. Getzov   Composer
John M. Elliott   Composer
Fritz Schulz   Composer
George Finlay   Composer
Reichel   Composer

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Where Are You? 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
What a great album. I loved every song. The remastering was done very well, and it's in stereo. Sinatra's voice is at its best. One of the great Sinatra CDs.