Watch the video for My Way from Frank Sinatra's Sinatra Reprise: The Very Good Years for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. According to the My Way Songfacts, this originated as French song called Comme D'habitude (translation: "As Usual") by Claude Francois. The French version tells the story of a man, living the end of his marriage, love killed by the boredom of everyday life. Paul Anka discovered this song while visiting France, and re-wrote the lyrics as "My Wa. Upon returning to the US, he gave it to Frank Sinatra, and it became one of his signature songs. Anka's lyrics changed the meaning to be about a man looking back fondly on a life he lived on his own terms.
Although it follows the same patterns and approach as Cycles, My Way is a stronger album, with a better, more varied selection of material and a more focused, gutsy performance from Frank Sinatra. Built around the hit single "My Way," the album again alternates between rock covers ("Yesterday," "Hallelujah, I Love Her So," "For Once in My Life," "Didn't We," "Mrs. Robinson"), a couple of adapted French songs, and a handful of standards. This time out, Don Costa has written more engaging charts than the previous Cycles.
All the Way is an album by American singer Frank Sinatra, released in 1961. All the Way" (Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen) – 2:55. High Hopes" (Cahn, Van Heusen) – 2:43. Talk to Me" (Eddie Snyder, Stanley Kahan, Rudy Vallee) – 3:04.
At 85, Willie Nelson’ isn’t letting any grass grow under him: The legendary singer and songwriter is releasing his second album of the year in September, a Frank Sinatra tribute outing called My Way on Sony’s Legacy label. The 11-track album was produced by Buddy Cannon and Matt Rollings and will be released on Sept. 14. Along with the announcement came the album’s first single and video, Summer Wind. While Nelson is one of the greatest American songwriters of the 20th century, this album finds him swinging through a set of standards and classics made famous by Sinatra, accompanied by the.
Reprise Records, Reprise Records. My Way (LP, Album, RE).
|A1||Mira Lo Que Pasa|
|A3||Aleluya, la Amo|
|A5||Todo Mi Futuro|
|B1||No Se Si Darte Mi Camino|
|B2||Manha de Carnaval|
|B3||Una Vez En la Vida|
|B4||Si Te Vas Lejos|
|B5||La Sra. Robinson|
|FS 1029, 1029||Frank Sinatra||My Way (LP, Album)||Reprise Records, Reprise Records||FS 1029, 1029||US||1969|
|K 44015||Frank Sinatra||My Way (LP, Album, RE)||Reprise Records||K 44015||UK||1971|
|REP L9F 1029||Frank Sinatra||My Way (8-Trk, Album, Quad)||Reprise Records||REP L9F 1029||US||1973|
|FS 1029||Frank Sinatra||My Way (LP, Album)||Reprise Records||FS 1029||UK||1969|
|44 015, FS 1029||Frank Sinatra||My Way (LP, Album, RE)||Reprise Records, Reprise Records||44 015, FS 1029||Europe||Unknown|
Tracklist Hide Credits
Arranged By, Producer – Don CostaWritten-By – Francois*, Thibault*, Revaux*, Anka*
Arranged By, Conductor – Nelson RiddleProducer – Sonny BurkeWritten-By – B. Jacob*, P. Jacob*, Ortolani*
- Manufactured By – Teldec GmbH
- Licensed To – Teldec GmbH
- Published By – Spanka Music Corp.
- Published By – Don C. Publications Inc.
- Published By – Warner - Sevarts Pub. Corp.
- Produced For – Don Costa Productions, Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): L 7053 RE 2
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): L 6927
- Rights Society: GEMA
|0817||Frank Sinatra||My Way / Blue Lace (7", Single)||Reprise Records||0817||US||1969|
|K 14008||Frank Sinatra||My Way (7")||Reprise Records||K 14008||UK||1981|
|RS.20817||Frank Sinatra||My Way (7", Single, Kno)||Reprise Records||RS.20817||UK||1969|
|RS.20817||Frank Sinatra||My Way (7", Single)||Reprise Records||RS.20817||UK||1969|
|0817||Frank Sinatra||My Way / Blue Lace (7", Single, Promo)||Reprise Records||0817||US||1969|