Please Dont Talk About Me When Im Gone - Frank Sinatra - Swing Along With Me (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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Label: Reprise Records - R9-1002 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Pop • Style: Swing, Vocal


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9 thoughts on “ Please Dont Talk About Me When Im Gone - Frank Sinatra - Swing Along With Me (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Yet that's what happened in when Capitol Records legally forced Reprise Records, Frank Sinatra's new home, to change the title of Sinatra Swings to Swing Along With Me. Capitol felt that the blockbuster set was too close in sound (and title) to the Chairman's Come Swing With Me/5(47).
  2. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone - Frank Sinatra. This chart has been transcribed from Frank Sinatra's album "Swing Along With Me", released on the Reprise label. Billy May wrote the original arrangements for the album. There are no sax doubles and the vocal key is C throughout.
  3. Please don't talk about me when I'm gone, Oh, honey though our friendship ceases, from now on; And, listen, if you can't say anything real nice, It's better not to talk at all, is my advice. We're parting, you go your way I'll go mine, It's best that we do; Here's a kiss! I hope that this brings lots of luck to you. Makes no difference how I carry on, Remember, please don't talk about me .
  4. Reprise changed the title of the album from 'Swing Along With Me' to 'Sinatra Swings' following a successful court case by Capitol, who considered it too close to their earlier 'Come Swing With Me'. The tracklisting for both albums is the same.
  5. Recorded with Billy May, Sinatra Swings was Frank Sinatra's first straight swing album for Reprise Records. In terms of content and approach, the record is remarkably similar to his final Capitol swing effort, Come Swing with fact, Capitol thought the album, originally titled Swing Along with Me, was so close in its sound and title that they sued Sinatra.
  6. Swing Along With Me is a good album, but it feels like the songs are stretched a little thin - as if Sinatra didn't want to revisit the old masters, but then, who else is there? There are two Rodgers & Hart songs, and one Gershwin tune, but the rest are picked from here and there - certainly not grand masters of American music; and perhaps.
  7. If you have some of Sinatra's "Best of" albums, then get this one since many of these songs don't appear in those collections. I won't recommend this as your only Sinatra album, but if you want to expand into his more unknown works, get this album. My two favorites on this album are, "Don't Cry Joe" and "You're Nobody 'til somebody Loves You"/5(48).
  8. Suffice to say that in both cases there are gems as well as clunkers though more of the latter appear in the late ss Reprise period. Fortunately Swing Along With Me falls into the former camp. On this second album for Reprise - the follow up to Ring-a-Ding-Ding! [Reprise R], Frank is accompanied by arranger and conductor Billy May.

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