Friday, April 05, 2024

Record #0675: It Worries Me / When I Stop Loving You – FRANK SINATRA

Capitol F2922 (original) USA, September 1954
Words & Music by:  Side ACarl Sigman, Fritz Schulz-Reichel; Side BAlan Copeland, Mort Greene, George Cates
Musicians: Frank Sinatra (vocals), Side A - Mahlon Clark, Chuck Gentry, Arthur "Skeets" Herfert, Arthur Kafton, Theodore Nash & Warren Webb (reeds), Conrad Gozzo & Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (trumpet), George Roberts (trombone), Bobby Gibbons (guitar), Joe Comfort (bass), Alvin Stoller (drums), Bill Miller (piano), Kathryn Julye (harp), Victor Bay, Harry Bluestone, Walter Edelstein, George Kast, Nick Pisani, Mischa Russell, Eudice Shapiro, Paul Shure & Felix Slatkin (violin), Maxine Johnson & Paul Robyn (viola), Cy Bernard & Eleanor Slatkin (cello);
Side B - John Hacker, Dominic Mumolo, Warren Webb & James Williamson (reeds), Si Zentner (trumpet), John Cave & Vincent De Rosa (French horn), George Roberts (trombone), Allan Reuss (guitar), Joe Comfort (bass), Bill Miller (piano), Lou Singer & Alvin Stoller (drums), Victor Bay, Alex Beller, Harry Bluestone, Walter Edelstein, Henry Hill, Mischa Russell, Paul Shure & Felix Slatkin (violin), Stan Harris & Dave Sterkin (viola), Cy Bernard, Edgar Lustgarten & Eleanor Slatkin (cello);  orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle
Recording sessions:  Los Angeles, CA, Side A – 13. May 1954; Side B – 23. August 1954
Highest chart positions:  US #30, US Cashbox #29

“It Worries Me” was recorded in the same session with “The Gal That Got Away” and “Half as Lovely”, which came out as a single (F2864) on 28. June 1954. The flip side’s session also included “White Christmas” and “The Christmas Waltz”, which were released as a single (F2954) in November 1954.

List price:  Very Good+ is $10, Near Mint is $20

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