Friday, February 27, 2015

100 Years of Frank Sinatra: "The Night We Called It a Day"

"The Night We Called It a Day", a recording from Frank Sinatra's first solo session, was his 3rd top 40 hit of 1942, as enumerated by Popular Song.

Music by Matt Dennis, lyrics by Tom Adair.  They also wrote "Let's Get Away From It All'. 

Speaking of which...

Dad spent part of the summer of '42 in Maine, a continuation of his internship experience as a student at Augustana Seminary.  I have no idea of the name of the place pictured here.  Dad must have run out of white ink to make notations on the black pages of his Kodagraphs scrapbook.

Other Frank Sinatra 100 posts:
"Our Love".  (2/14/2015)
"I'll Never Smile Again".  (2/15/2015)
"Fools Rush In".  (2/16/2015)
"Dolores".  (2/17/2015)
"Oh Look At Me Now".  (2/18/2015)
"This Love of Mine".  (2/20/2015)
"There Are Such Things."  (2/24/2015)
"Night and Day".  (2/26/2015)

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