The Romance Of Frank Sinatra Goes Digital Today With Rarities Volume 2

February 5, 2021 – A collection of tracks from one of popular culture’s most romantic singers goes digital today with the release of Frank Sinatra:Reprise Rarities Volume 2 from Frank Sinatra Enterprises and UMe. Featuring 13 Reprise tracks, many making their digital debut, the collection follows Volume 1 released last month in honor of Frank Sinatra’s birthday and celebrating the 60th anniversary of “The Chairman of the Board” founding Reprise Records. Both are now available via all digital streaming platforms: Frank Sinatra: Rarities Volume 2HEREFrank Sinatra: Rarities Volume 1HERE.

Hailed by The New York Times for an “extraordinary voice [that] elevated popular song into an art,” Sinatra realized a long-time dream by forming his own record label, Reprise, in 1960. At the time Sinatra’s business model was highly innovative in the recording industry; the very first of its kind, he pioneered the concept of having artists create and control their recordings.

“Untrammeled, unfettered, unconfined” is how the early advertisements described Sinatra on Reprise.

Throughout the years artists including Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Bing Crosby, Nancy Sinatra, Jimi Hendrix, The Kinks, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Frank Zappa, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Eric Clapton, Tom Petty, Green Day and Michael Bublé among others have recorded albums for Reprise.

Additional volumes of Frank Sinatra: Reprise Rarities will continue to be released in 2021. Siriusly Sinatra (SiriusXM Ch. 71) will also air part two of an exclusive ‘Sinatra: Reprise Rarities’ special in February.


  1. Tina – December 21, 1960
  2. Since Marie Has Left Paree – July 17, 1964
  3. Blue Lace – November 11, 1968
  4. Star! – November 11, 1968
  5. Lady Day– August 25, 1969
  6. I Love My Wife– November 12, 1976
  7. Nancy– March 9, 1977
  8. Emily – March 9, 1977
  9. Linda – March 14, 1977
  10. Sweet Lorraine – March 14, 1977
  11. Barbara – March 14, 1977
  12. It’s Sunday– February 28, 1983
  13. The Girls I’ve Never Kissed– October 30, 1986


  1. In the Blue of Evening – March 21, 1961
  2. As You Desire Me – November 20, 1961
  3. Don’t Take Your Love From Me – November 21, 1961
  4. Name It and It’s Yours – November 22, 1961
  5. Come Waltz with Me – January 17, 1962
  6. Everybody’s Twistin’ – February 27, 1962
  7. I Left My Heart in San Francisco – August 27, 1962
  8. You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me – February 21, 1963
  9. Come Fly with Me – October 11, 1965
  10. I’ll Never Smile Again – October 11, 1965
  11. Younger Than Springtime – September 20, 1967 
  12. Everything Happens To Me – September 24, 1974
  13. Just As Though You Were Here – September 24, 1974


About Frank Sinatra
Throughout his seven-decade career, Frank Sinatra performed on more than 1,400 recordings and was awarded 31 gold, nine platinum, three double platinum, and one triple platinum album by the Recording Industry Association of America. The three-time Oscar® winner also appeared in more than 60 films and produced eight motion pictures. 

Sinatra was awarded Lifetime Achievement Awards from The Recording Academy, The Screen Actors Guild and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), as well as the Kennedy Center Honors, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal. 

Frank Sinatra demonstrated a remarkable ability to appeal to every generation and continues to do so; his artistry still influences many of today’s music superstars. He remains a legend and an inspiration around the world for his contributions to culture and the arts.

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About UMe

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