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In The Wee Small Hours (Ltd Ed) (Vinyl) Limited Edition


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  • LP Record (Nov. 10 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: EMI Music Canada
  • ASIN: B002LBGBF4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Artanis Frank on March 30 2006
Format: Audio CD
There are simply no words to explain how much this album has meant - to me,to audiences, to the whole of popular music. I am a fourteen year old girl and have been listening to,reading about,and watching every available piece of Sinatra material since I was eleven.My dad has finally given up his hope that I'll get tired of Sinatra one day and research someone useful,like George Washington or Britney Spears(just kidding).There is no better example of why Ms.Spears will have to do without an extra devoted follower than "In the Wee Small Hours."Someone said that a person has to be old enough to buy booze to appreciate Sinatra. So I'm an anomaly.The truth is,anyone with any reasonable view of what comprises the essence of quality at least appreciates the artistry on this album. Every breath is perfect, every word elegant in its crystalline diction,every note of every instrument flawlessly placed. Nothing is sentimentalized.Hearing the likes of Steve Lawrence and Jack Jones attempt "I'm a Fool to Want You" is embarrasing, but with Sinatra maudlin, trite, sentimental lyrics become one-act Shakespearean tragedies.I am not exaggerating in any way.I'm not a singer,but as Walter Chronkite said,"People who understand music hear sounds no one else makes when Sinatra sings."The music of Frank Sinatra,obviously, was his autobiography.But more than that, it was a confession made on every aspect of mankind.In his voice are the delicate illusions of F. Scott Fitzgerald,the blaring colors of Hemingway-and the everyman quietly carrying the torch for the gal that got away.The gal,of course, was Ava Gardner,and every word in these songs can be traced to her("Your answer was goodbye,and there was even postage due.I fell in love just once,and then it had to be with you.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Ribel Sr on June 23 2004
Format: Audio CD
Ten years before the Beatles were getting credit for making the LP more than just a collection of album fillers to sit next to the 45 singles, Frank Sinatra was mastering te Long Playing Album with concept collections on Capital Records. Ironically, it was Capital who were the american label for the Beatles in the 1960's (EMI being the primary label in England). In the Wee Small Hours is not only my favorite studio, non best of, cd, It maybe the greatest pop music album ever. Sinatra also recorded masters such as Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely and September of my Years. Yes, The Beatles, The Who, and Springsteen created some all time great studio albums. However, this is pure magic. The mood set by Frank's voice as an instrument in it's own right, and the rapture of Nelson Riddle's conducting places this as one of the most artistic moments in any ones carrer.
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By Vinylspir on April 11 2011
Format: LP Record
If you like classic Frank this is one for the collection, and shipped fassst! Im pleased at the pressing and the value.
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Format: Audio CD
here sinatra proved he was no flash in the pan, no mere velvet toned singer, and not even just ' the voice'. here sinatra proved he was an artist.
this is sinatra's angst at it most profound and addictive.
save this brilliant recording for a rainy night and revel in its beauty,melancholy, and artistry.
it was albums like this which will assure sinatra a permanent place in the annuls of popular music.
another must have in the sinatra collection.
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By Damian P. Gadal on April 28 2004
Format: Audio CD
So brilliant, and soul stirring. What genius to pair Sinatra with Nelson Riddle!
The teaming of these two is the start of an era that sealed Frank's place as an American Icon.
The mood is a sweet, somber, sorrowful sensation! And oh so smooth and soothing...
I don't think any other team could have pulled this off!
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Format: Audio CD
For phrasing, tone control,the ability to "set the scene" and involve the listener these performances cannot be beaten. Sinatra seems to know instinctively when to interpret the music and when to let the let the song speak for itself. His breathing allows him to sing a legato line at a slow tempo that most singers simply could not sustain. This artist really "sings the words". Ten stars!
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Format: Audio CD
The man never fails to impress, even after being long gone. "In the Wee Small Hours" is one album that reminded everyone that Frank was much more than a one-sided lively swinger. Sure, anyone could turn to "Songs for Swingin' Lovers" (a superb album in its own right and the perfect counter-listen) or any of his more commercial hits in his later years and be mildly entertained. However, Frank showcased his abilities to the fullest with his sad concepts, conveying a sense not seen in any singer before or since.
Every track creates a unified somber sound that perfectly accents the cover art (Frank standing outside alone under street lights late at night, the imagery he popularized). The opening notes of the title song will draw you in and lead you into Duke Ellington's infamous 'Mood Indigo' and the rest is just as good to listen to. The album never skips a beat and there are absolutely no fillers to be found here. The love gone wrong ballad concept may be the case, but whether you relate with the Gardner-Sinatra relationship or not, you will still enjoy the music just the same.
Okay, so Frank wasn't a songwriter, but if it weren't for his signature touch, the mood just wouldn't have had that same feel. The songs simply can't be sung by another person. It's what makes "In the Wee Small Hours" one of the best of all ballad collections by anyone. You won't be disappointed. Prepare for some amazing late-night listening. Although Ava left Frank with sad thoughts in mind, what resulted arguably turned out to be his finest moment.
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