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For the 1st time, both Capitol and Reprise Records, home of the best Sinatra sounds recorded, are joining together to offer Sinatra's original concept records using 20-bit digital re-mastering. This release is one of the 16 titles scheduled to be reissued between the 2 companies (8 each). Tracks include "When Your Lover Has Gone," "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning," "Last Night When We Were Young," "This Love of Mine" and much more.

For the 1st time, both Capitol and Reprise Records, home of the best Sinatra sounds recorded, are joining together to offer Sinatra's original concept records using 20-bit digital re-mastering. This release is one of the 16 titles scheduled to be reissued between the 2 companies (8 each). Tracks include "When Your Lover Has Gone," "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning," "Last Night When We Were Young," "This Love of Mine" and much more.

724349475526
Frank Sinatra - In The Wee Small Hours (remastered)

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Format: CD
Label: CAP
Catalog: 94755
Rel. Date: 05/26/1998
UPC: 724349475526

In The Wee Small Hours (remastered)
Artist: Frank Sinatra
Format: CD
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For the 1st time, both Capitol and Reprise Records, home of the best Sinatra sounds recorded, are joining together to offer Sinatra's original concept records using 20-bit digital re-mastering. This release is one of the 16 titles scheduled to be reissued between the 2 companies (8 each). Tracks include "When Your Lover Has Gone," "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning," "Last Night When We Were Young," "This Love of Mine" and much more.

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''In the Wee Small Hours'' (original issue: Capitol W-581) is an album by Frank Sinatra with arrangements by Nelson Riddle, released in 1955. It is with this album that Sinatra perfected the concept album, fully realizing the ideas he had been grappling with in record presentation going all the way back to ''The Voice'' from 1946. It remains one of the most celebrated and enduring concept albums that Sinatra put out during the 1950s. - Wikipedia

        
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