Willow Weep For Me - Frank Sinatra - Frank Sinatra Sings For Only The Lonely (Reel-To-Reel)

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  1. Only the Lonely While I prefer Frank's swingin' titles this album has managed to work it's way under my if you're looking for this on CD there are only two versions to consider; the very expensive and out of print MFSL Gold mono version or the still affordable & in print Larry Walsh mastered stereo version (UPC )/5(68).
  2. Originally, Frank Sinatra had planned to record Only the Lonely with Gordon Jenkins, who had arranged his previous all-ballads album, Where Are You. Jenkins was unavailable at the time of the sessions, which led Sinatra back to his original arranger at Capitol, Nelson result is arguably his greatest ballads album. Only the Lonely follows the same formula as his previous down albums.
  3. Willow Weep For Me Lyrics: Willow weep for me / Willow weep for me / Bend your branches green along the stream that runs to sea / Listen to my plea / Listen, willow, and weep for me / Gone, my.
  4. The Stereo version used 3 mics only one for Frank and 2 overheads for the orchestra. Now understand why the subtle difference in fidelity. The Mono lp has a bit of a "fuller" orchestral and vocal sound the Stereo lp's are very slightly thinner but this may be due to the Mo-Fi remaster having used the "Original Analogue Tapes"/5(90).
  5. Jul 21,  · Posts: Likes: Join Date: September Frank Sinatra Sept 29, GMT Holsety, the big nope, and 5 more like this.
  6. Sings For Only The Lonely [10 Tracks, Abridged and Resequenced] Capitol (8XY). A site for Sinatra Fans by the Frank Sinatra family.
  7. Hear me willow and weep for me Whisper to the wind and say that love has sinned Left my heart a-breaking, and making a moan Murmur to the night to hide its starry light So none will see me sighing and crying all alone Weeping willow tree Weep in sympathy Bend your branches down along The ground and cover me When the shadows fall, hear me Willow.

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