This Love of Mine

This Love of Mine

1941 RCA Victor 78 release by Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra with vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra.
1941 sheet music cover,. Embassy Music, New York.

"This Love of Mine" is a 1941 song recorded by Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra featuring Frank Sinatra on vocals with The Pied Pipers. The music was credited to Sol Parker, the lyrics by Frank Sinatra and Hank Sanicola.[1] The song was released as a 78 single on RCA Victor.

Contents

  • Background 1
  • Other recordings 2
  • References 3
  • Sources 4

Background

The Tommy Dorsey recording was released as a 78 RCA Victor B side single, 27508-B, with Frank Sinatra on vocals backed with "Neiani". The single reached #3 on the Billboard pop singles chart in 1941-1942 in a chart run of 24 weeks.[2] Frank Sinatra re-recorded the song with Nelson Riddle in 1955 for the In The Wee Small Hours album.

Other recordings

The song became a pop and jazz standard that has been recorded by other performers.[3] Among the artists who have recorded the song are:

References

  1. ^ The Database of Popular Music.
  2. ^ Song artist 21 - Tommy Dorsey.
  3. ^ This Love of Mine. Second Hand Songs.

Sources

  • Granata, Charles L. (1999). Sessions with Sinatra: Frank Sinatra and the Art of Recording. Chicago Review Press. ISBN 1-55652-509-5
  • Phasey, Chris (1995). Francis Albert Sinatra: Tracked Down (Discography). Buckland Publications. ISBN 0-7212-0935-1
  • Summers, Antony and Swan, Robbyn (2005). Sinatra: The Life. Doubleday. ISBN 0-552-15331-1