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September Of My Years

by Frank Sinatra

September Of My Years by Frank Sinatra

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September Of My Years

by Frank Sinatra

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Label: Frank Sinatra Enterprises
Sinatra recorded this elegiac concept album when he hit 50; he really thought the end was near. This set of reflective ballads went on to become one the biggest sellers of his career. Gordon Jenkins' string-charts are even more steely and austere than usual, though they offer a dignified backing to Sinatra's soul-searching. The smash hit "It Was a Very Good Year" joins many newer songs, including the devastating "Once Upon a Time." That said, the two finest moments find Sinatra revisiting "Last Night When We Were Young" and "September Song." Sinatra's verdict? Life is unfair... but beautiful.

About This Album

Sinatra recorded this elegiac concept album when he hit 50; he really thought the end was near. This set of reflective ballads went on to become one the biggest sellers of his career. Gordon Jenkins' string-charts are even more steely and austere than usual, though they offer a dignified backing to Sinatra's soul-searching. The smash hit "It Was a Very Good Year" joins many newer songs, including the devastating "Once Upon a Time." That said, the two finest moments find Sinatra revisiting "Last Night When We Were Young" and "September Song." Sinatra's verdict? Life is unfair... but beautiful.

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About This Album

Sinatra recorded this elegiac concept album when he hit 50; he really thought the end was near. This set of reflective ballads went on to become one the biggest sellers of his career. Gordon Jenkins' string-charts are even more steely and austere than usual, though they offer a dignified backing to Sinatra's soul-searching. The smash hit "It Was a Very Good Year" joins many newer songs, including the devastating "Once Upon a Time." That said, the two finest moments find Sinatra revisiting "Last Night When We Were Young" and "September Song." Sinatra's verdict? Life is unfair... but beautiful.