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The Real Royal Albert Hall 1966 Concert! (2016)

This page is part of a list of original releases by release date of international commercially-released regular stereo Dylan albums. They do not contain rarities or obscurities and are not eligible for the Searching For A Gem list. Nevertheless, their interest value or scarcity means they're worth listing here - as far as I know some are not included on any other Internet site. Promo releases of regular albums are now listed here and no longer in the former yearly Promo sections.

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Revised 23 February, 2017.


3CD releases: Columbia 88985413492 (USA/Europe), 31 Mar 2017.

3LP releases: Columbia 88985413501 (USA/Europe), 31 Mar 2017 - there will also be a limited 3LP Deluxe Vinyl Edition, Columbia 88985413511, packaged in a numbered case.

3CD release: Sony Music SICP 5302-4 (Japan), 31 Mar 2017. The vinyl releases to be sold in Japan will be imported from the EU.

This triple album (3CD/3LP/download) contains 30 more Frank Sinatra standards continuing the theme of the previous albums Shadows In The Night and Fallen Angels. The title is said to be a homage to Frank's 1980 Reprise 3LP set Trilogy: Past Present Future, each album of which has a separate title like the three albums of Bob's set.

Thanks to "Sonny Boy McFitzson" and …amonn ” CathŠin for information.

Disc 1 - 'Til The Sun Goes Down:
1 I Guess Iíll Have To Change My Plans
 (Howard Dietz/Arthur Schwartz)
2 September of My Years
(Jimmy van Heusen/Sammy Cahn)
3 I Could Have Told You (Carl Sigman/Arthur Williams) - performed live in 2016
4 Once Upon a Time (Charles Strouse/Lee Adams) - performed for the Tony Bennett 90th Birthday Tribute in 2016 (R-2000, see Online Performances (Other) )
5 Stormy Weather  (Harold Arlen/Ted Koehler) - recorded in 2014 in the Shadows In The Night sessions
6 This Nearly Was Mine (Oscar Hammerstein II/Richard Rodgers) - from "South Pacific"
7 That Old Feeling (
Sammy Fain/Lew Brown)
8 It Gets Lonely Early (Gordon Jenkins)
9 My One And Only Love
(Guy Wood/Robert Mellin)
10 Trade Winds
(Charles Tobias/Cliff Friend)

Disc 2 - Devil Dolls:
1 Bragginí (
Henry Manners/Jimmy Shirl/Robert Marko) - no recording by Frank yet found! It was recorded by Tony Pastor and his Orchestra in 1941.
2 As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld)
3 Imagination
(Johnny Burke/Jimmy van Heusen)
4 How Deep Is The Ocean? (Irving Berlin)
5 P.S. I Love You (Gordon Jenkins/Johnny Mercer - not the Beatles song!)
6 The Best Is Yet To Come (Carolyn Leigh/Cy Coleman)
7 But Beautiful
(Johnny Burke/Jimmy van Heusen)
8 Hereís That Rainy Day
(Johnny Burke/Jimmy van Heusen)
9 Where Is The One?
 (Edwin Finckel/Alec Wilder)
10 Thereís A Flaw In My Flue (Johnny Burke/Jimmy van Heusen)

Disc 3 - Comin' Home Late
1 Day In, Day Out
 (Johnny Mercer/Rube Bloom)
2 I Couldnít Sleep A Wink Last Night (
Jimmy McHugh/Harold Adamson)
3 Sentimental Journey
 (Les Brown/Ben Homer/Bud Green)
4 Somewhere Along The Way
(Sammy Gallop/Kurt Adams)
5 When The World Was Young
 (Johnny Mercer/Angele Marie Therese Vannier/M. Philippe-Gerard)
6 These Foolish Things
 (Jack Strachey/Henry Link/Holt Marvell)
7 You Go To My Head
 (J. Fred Coots/Haven Gillespie)
8 Stardust
 (Hoagy Carmichael/Michael Parish)
9 Itís Funny To Everyone But Me (Jack Lawrence)
10 Why Was I Born?
 (Oscar Hammerstein II/Jerome Kern)

29 of these 30 songs were probably recorded at Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA, in Feb 2016, see the album page for Fallen Angels.

Frank Sinatra/Harry James - 1939 (Columbia)

Itís Funny To Everyone But Me (Jack Lawrence) was Frankís second single from Columbia single in 1939, recorded with Harry James and his Orchestra, and was later collected on The Complete Harry James And His Orchestra Featuring Frank Sinatra (Columbia/Legacy, 1995)

Frank Sinatra/Tommy Dorsey - 1940-42 (RCA Victor)

Trade Winds (Charles Tobias/Cliff Friend) was recorded by Frank with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, released on a Victor single in 1940, and later appeared on the 6LP set The Dorsey/Sinatra Sessions 1940-1942 (RCA Victor, 1978). The same material has now been released on CD in several sets. Imagination (Johnny Burke/Jimmy van Heusen) was another song recorded by Frank with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra in 1940, which later appeared on The Dorsey/Sinatra Sessions 1940-1942 in 1978 (see above) and as a new recording on I Remember Tommy... (Reprise, 1961). Stardust (Hoagy Carmichael/Michael Parish) was recorded by Frank with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra for a Victor single in 1941 and included on The Dorsey/Sinatra Sessions 1940-1942 in 1978 (see above).

Columbia - 1943-52

Stormy Weather (Harold Arlen/Ted Koehler), now released by Bob on Triplicate, was also recorded at the 2014 Shadows In The Night sessions, as was the still unreleased Didnít He Ramble (W C Handy/Robert Cole) - details of a recording by Frank required! Stormy Weather was released as a Columbia single by Frank in 1945, and later appeared on the 1959 Capitol album No One Cares, see below.

Bragginí (Henry Manners/Jimmy Shirl/Robert Marko) was recorded by Tony Pastor and his Orchestra for Bluebell Records in 1941 - shown right is a US War Department reissue, details of a recording by Frank required!

These Foolish Things (Jack Strachey/Henry Link/Holt Marvell) from The Voice Of Frank Sinatra (Columbia, 1946). Like Songs By Sinatra Volume 1, this was a collection of four Columbia 78RPM records in a slipcase from 1946 that was reissued as a 10" LP in 1948. You Go to My Head (J. Fred Coots/Haven Gillespie) was also The Voice Of Frank Sinatra and a new recording appeared in 1960 on Nice ĎNí Easy (see above).
How Deep Is The Ocean? (Irving Berlin) was contained on Songs By Sinatra Volume 1, a collection of four Columbia 78RPM records in a slipcase from 1947 that was reissued as a 10" LP in 1950.
But Beautiful (Johnny Burke/Jimmy van Heusen) was a Columbia single by Frank from 1948, collected on The Best Of The Columbia Years 1943-1952 (Columbia/Legacy, 1995). Frank also performed the song live on his second mid-1960s TV special, A Man And His Music Part II, in 1966, which can be bought on DVD.
Why Was I Born? (Oscar Hammerstein II/Jerome Kern) first appeared on Dedicated To You (Columbia, 1950). Like Songs By Sinatra Volume 1 and The Voice Of Frank Sinatra, this was a collection of four Columbia 78RPM records in a slipcase from 1950 that was released as a 10" LP at the same time.

Capitol - 1953-61

Songs For Young Lovers, Frank's first Capitol album from 1953, contains his version of My One And Only Love (Guy Wood/Robert Mellin).
The classic Jan 1957 Capitol album Close To You by Frank Sinatra with Nelson Riddle and the Hollywood String Quartet includes P.S. I Love You (not the Beatles song, but the 1934 song written by Gordon Jenkins and Johnny Mercer, first recorded by Rudy Vallee) and I Couldnít Sleep A Wink Last Night (Jimmy McHugh/Harold Adamson). The CD reissue includes Thereís A Flaw In My Flue (Johnny Burke/Jimmy van Heusen) as a bonus track.
I Guess Iíll Have to Change My Plan (Howard Dietz/Arthur Schwartz) comes from A Swinginí Affair! (Capitol, Jun 1957)
Another classic Capitol album Where Are You?, from Sep 1957, by Frank Sinatra with Gordon Jenkins, includes Where Are You?, The Night We Called It A Day and Autumn Leaves, released on Shadows In The Night. It also includes Maybe You'll Be There from Fallen Angels and Where Is the One? (Edwin Finckel/Alec Wilder) from this triple album.
Day In, Day Out (Johnny Mercer/Rube Bloom) first appeared on Come Dance With Me (Capitol, Jan 1959)
On 4 Jun 2016 at Woodinville, WA, Bob premiered yet another Sinatra song, I Could Have Told You (Carl Sigman/Arthur Williams), recorded by Frank in 1954, also to be released by Bob on Triplicate. I Could Have Told You was a Capitol single from 1954 (B-side of Don't Worry About Me), and a Mar 1959 recording of the song was released as a bonus track on the CD release of Frank's Jul 1959 Capitol album No One Cares. No One Cares also contains Stormy Weather (see above) and Here's That Rainy Day (Johnny Burke/Jimmy van Heusen).
Nice 'N' Easy (Capitol, Jul 1960) contains Frank's versions of That Old Feeling (Sammy Fain/Lew Brown) and You Go To My Head (J. Fred Coots/Haven Gillespie).
Sentimental Journey (Les Brown/Ben Homer/Bud Green) first appeared on Come Swing With Me (Capitol, Jul 1961)
Point Of No Return, Frank's last Capitol album from 1962, contains Frank's versions of As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld, from "Casablanca"), Somewhere Along The Way (Sammy Gallop/Kurt Adams) and When The World Was Young (Johnny Mercer/Angele Marie Therese Vannier/M. Philippe-Gerard).

Reprise - 1961-81

The Concert Sinatra (Reprise, 1963) contains Frank's version of This Nearly Was Mine (Oscar Hammerstein II/Richard Rodgers) from the musical "South Pacific" as was Some Enchanted Evening, from a 1949 Columbia single and later on Frank Sinatra Sings Rodgers & Hammerstein, recorded by Bob for Shadows In The Night.

The Best Is Yet to Come (Carolyn Leigh/Cy Coleman) comes from It Might As Well Be Swing (Reprise, 1964) by Frank Sinatra, Count Basie and Quincy Jones.

Thanks to Fred Muller for news that Bob recorded a video to mark Tony Bennett's 90th birthday at the WorkPlay Theater, Birmingham, AL, on Friday 28 Oct 2016. The video was part of an NBC TV special, "Tony Bennett Celebrates 90: The Best Is Yet to Come" broadcast on 20 Dec 2016, which also included performances by Aretha Franklin, Lady Gaga, Elton John, Billy Joel, Stevie Wonder and others. Bob couldn't attend the actual celebration, which was filmed at Radio City Music Hall, New York City, on 15 Sep 2016, but wished to be included, so he performed and filmed an unidentified song with his band at WorkPlay, with a technical crew and gear brought in for the occasion. The song turned out to be Once Upon A Time. Once Upon A Time, written by Charles Strouse and Lee Adams, was recorded by Frank Sinatra for his 1965 Reprise album September Of My Years. Once Upon A Time will also be released on Triplicate, as will two more tracks from September Of My Years, It Gets Lonely Early (Gordon Jenkins) and the title track of the album (Jimmy van Heusen/Sammy Cahn). The WorkPlay Theater version of Once Upon A Time (R-1905) has been added to Online Performances (Other).

Vinyl  Releases


"Triplicate" - 3LP Deluxe Vinyl Edition, Columbia 88985413511 (USA/Europe), 31 Mar 2017:


Columbia 88985413511 (Europe) - picture from www.amazon.co.uk
More details will be added when available.

"Triplicate" - 3LP set, Columbia 88985413501 (USA/Europe), 31 Mar 2017:

More details will be added when available.


CD Releases


"Triplicate" - 3CD set, Columbia 88985413492 (USA/Europe), 31 Mar 2017.

More details will be added when available.


"Triplicate" - 3CD set, Sony Music SICP 5302-4 (Japan), 31 Mar 2017

More details will be added when available.


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The Real Royal Albert Hall 1966 Concert! (2016)


Triplicate (2017)

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