Where Are You?

Frank Sinatra - Where Are You?
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1957 Ratings: #19
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January 1, 1957 / Release Date
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One of it not Frank SInatra's best work with a melancholic sound fitting lovely with the longing and lonely concepts of love which somehow always impressed with how Frank SInatra can portray it within his vocals for a powerful Standards record and one which is a highlight in his discography.

Track Review

Where Are You? 8.5/10.
The Night We Called It A Day 8/10
I Cover the Waterfront 7.5/10.
Maybe You'll Be There 8.5/10.
Laura 8.5/10.
Lonely Town 7.5/10.
Autumn Leaves 9.5/10
I'm A Fool To ... read more


Another typical Sinatra album that we all are 100% sure of how it's going to sound before listening to it. Sad, introspective, nocturn vocal jazz standards. It's pretty moody, for sure, and his voice rocks, but he has other records with the same attributes that are better at capturing the blue lonely feeling. 'Where Are You?' is, for the most part, nice, but it's ordinary and practically didn't put me in a very sentimental spirit, despite being not much different from anything you've heard ... read more


[I invite you to read all my reviews on Frank Sinatra to better understand the subject, in order: The Voice of Frank Sinatra (1946) > Songs For Young Lovers (1954) > In The Wee Small Hours (1955)]
To put things in context, in 1955, Frank Sinatra was probably the best vocalist of the time. In my opinion, he has just released his best album of his discography "In The Wee Small Hours" and he has a rather unique and highly developed approach to album design than his counterparts. ... read more

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