℗ 1998 Capitol Records, LLC.
© 2014 Capitol Records, LLC
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Released in 1955, In The Wee Small Hours is Frank Sinatra’s ninth studio album. Recorded for Capitol, the album was arranged Nelson Riddle and is regarded as one of the first-ever concept albums, featuring songs about loneliness and lost love. Certified gold, In The Wee Small Hours was commercially successful and spent five weeks at number one eighteen weeks at number two on the charts. Rolling Stone magazine also considers it one of the best albums of all time.
Newly-remastered at Capitol Studios, this edition of In The Wee Small Hours was remasterd from the original 1/4" analog tapes in 192/24.
Frank Sinatra – vocals
Voyle Gilmore – producer
Nelson Riddle – arranger, conductor
Musicians include: Victor Bay, Alexander Beller, Harry Bluestone, Nathan Ross, Mischa Russell, Paul Shure, Felix Slatkin, Marshall Sosson (violins), James Arkatov, Cy Bernard, Armand Kaproff, Ray Kramer, Edgar Lustgarten, Kurt Reher, Joseph Saxon, Eleanor Slatkin (celli), Arthur Gleghorn, Luella Howard, Jules Kinsler, George Poole (flutes), John Cave, Vincent DeRosa, Joseph Eger, Richard Perissi (French horns), Bill Miller (piano), George Van Eps (7-string guitar), Phil Stephens (bass), Lou Singer (drums), Kathryn Julye (harp).