David Lennick dlennick at sympatico.ca.invalid
Fri May 23 11:40:23 PDT 2014

Hated LET ME TRY AGAIN by Sinatra. He did one take on far too many songs, 
Strangers In The Night being one of the worst examples..pity nobody could tell 
him anything.


On 5/23/2014 2:22 PM, Ray Kilcoyne wrote:
> That's one of my favorite songs of all time, but I think I like the Crosby
> version better.
> Sinatra also recorded....
> WHAT NOW MY LOVE by Gilbert Becaud
> LET ME TRY AGAIN - Michel Jourdon (This is the one I mistakenly thought was
> by Aznavour)
> SAND AND SEA - by Gilbert Becaud
> SOMEWHERE MY LOVE by Maurice Jarre
> IF YOU GO AWAY by Jacques Brel (Belgian)
> I'M NOT AFRAID - Jacques Brel
> plus quite a few by Michel Legrand
> and of course
> Paul Anka's MY WAY from Claude François-Jacques Revaux-Gilles Thibault
> RayK
> From: Bertrand CHAUMELLE
> Sinatra recorded "When The World Was Young" which is nice French song
> composed by Philippe-Gérard, who died last Sunday at 89.
>> De : "Ray Kilcoyne"
>> I can't find any indication Sinatra recorded YESTERDAY WHEN I WAS YOUNG.
>> I'm beginning to think the Wiki reference to Aznavour and Sinatra must
>> have
>> meant their duet. It is ambiguously written.
>> I'll keep looking at some of those late Reprise LPs for an Aznavour song,
>> but I'm losing hope.
>> From: David Lennick
>> He wrote "Yesterday When I Was Young", which EVERYBODY recorded.
>>>>>> De : "Ray Kilcoyne"
>>>>>> Charles Aznavour turns 90 today.
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