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Album: September Of My Years
# Song Title   Time
1)    The September Of My Years (Side A) More Info...
2)    How Old Am I? (Side A) More Info...
3)    Don't Wait Too Long (Side A) More Info...
4)    It Gets Lonely Early (Side A) More Info...
5)    This Is All I Ask (Side A) More Info...
6)    Last Night When We Were Young (Side A) More Info...
7)    The Man In The Looking Glass (Side A) More Info...
8)    It Was A Very Good Year (Side B) More Info...
9)    When The Wind Was Green (Side B) More Info...
10)    Hello, Young Lovers (Side B) More Info...
11)    I See It Now (Side B) More Info...
12)    Once Upon A Time (Side B) More Info...
13)    September Song (Side B) More Info...
14)    This Is All I Ask (Side B) More Info...
15)    How Old Am I? (Side B) More Info...
 

Album: September Of My Years
# Song Title   Time
1)    The September Of My Years (Side A) More Info...
2)    How Old Am I? (Side A) More Info...
3)    Don't Wait Too Long (Side A) More Info...
4)    It Gets Lonely Early (Side A) More Info...
5)    This Is All I Ask (Side A) More Info...
6)    Last Night When We Were Young (Side A) More Info...
7)    The Man In The Looking Glass (Side A) More Info...
8)    It Was A Very Good Year (Side B) More Info...
9)    When The Wind Was Green (Side B) More Info...
10)    Hello, Young Lovers (Side B) More Info...
11)    I See It Now (Side B) More Info...
12)    Once Upon A Time (Side B) More Info...
13)    September Song (Side B) More Info...
14)    This Is All I Ask (Side B) More Info...
15)    How Old Am I? (Side B) More Info...
 
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  • Personnel includes: Frank Sinatra (vocals); Gordon Jenkins (conductor).
  • Includes liner notes by Stan Cornyn.
  • Digitally remastered by Keith Blake.
  • This 1965 collection of autumnal compositions, arranged and conducted by Gordon Jenkins, shows Sinatra looking back on his life and marveling quietly over his loves and losses. The mood is one of reflection and introspection. Even though he would go on recording for decades to come, Sinatra was at a point in his life where he had enough history behind him for 19 men, and his experiences come out in the heartfelt renderings of the songs here.
  • While SEPTEMBER OF MY YEARS is best known for the wry, bittersweet "It Was A Very Good Year," there's much more to this album. The title song is an evocative summing up of the excesses and naivete of youth, leading up to the hard-earned wisdom of middle age. Kurt Weill's haunting "September Song" finds Sinatra making fine use of his storytelling abilities in service of an older man's cautionary tale. Upon this album's release, it was obvious that Sinatra still had many very good years to come.
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Mojo (Publisher) (2/01, p.105) - "...A deeply emotional journey, heightened by the dark, sophisticated string arrangements provided by Gordon Jenkins..."
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