|Album:||September Of My Years||Artist:||Frank Sinatra|
|Label:||Reprise Records||Catalog:||FS 1014|
|The September Of My Years||52833Frank Sinatra||3:12|
|How Old Am I?||52833Frank Sinatra||3:30|
|Don't Wait Too Long||52833Frank Sinatra||3:04|
|It Gets Lonely Early||52833Frank Sinatra||2:57|
|This Is All I Ask||52833Frank Sinatra||3:03|
|Last Night When We Were Young||52833Frank Sinatra||3:33|
|The Man In The Looking Glass||52833Frank Sinatra||3:25|
|It Was A Very Good Year||52833Frank Sinatra||4:25|
|When The Wind Was Green||52833Frank Sinatra||3:22|
|Hello, Young Lovers||52833Frank Sinatra||3:41|
|I See It Now||52833Frank Sinatra||2:50|
|Once Upon A Time||52833Frank Sinatra||3:30|
|September Song||52833Frank Sinatra||3:30|
|Purchase Date:||10 November 2013||Purchase Price:||$1.50|
|Purchased From:||Charlton Flea||Gift:|
|Date Created:||2013-11-10||Date Modified:||2014-02-17|
Copies like this have light green/blue labels with image of Frank in upper left. Mono copies with same label style released as "F 1014".
Tracks A1 to B3, B5 to B6 published by ASCAP.
Track B4 published by BMI.
"Sinatra was to turn 50 years old in December 1965, and the release of the albums September of My Years, A Man and His Music and Strangers in the Night marked a surge of popularity in Sinatra's music. Both September of My Years and A Man and His Music won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year
Sinatra's performance of "It Was a Very Good Year" won the Grammy Award for Best Vocal Performance, Male, at the Grammy Awards of 1966. Arranger Gordon Jenkins was awarded the Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s) for the same song. This was the first album Sinatra and Jenkins had recorded together since 1959's No One Cares. Jenkins and Sinatra would next work together on the 1980 album Trilogy: Past Present Future.
CBS-TV cameras were rolling the night Sinatra recorded "It Was A Very Good Year". The edited result was included in a Walter Cronkite CBS News special about the singer's 50th birthday, broadcast on November 16, 1965."