℗ 1966 Frank Sinatra Enterprises, LLC
 

Moonlight Sinatra

Frank Sinatra, Nelson Riddle

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1
Moonlight Becomes You
Frank Sinatra; Nelson Riddle
2:46
2
Moon Song
Frank Sinatra; Nelson Riddle
3:03
3
Moonlight Serenade
Frank Sinatra; Nelson Riddle
3:27
4
Reaching For The Moon
Frank Sinatra; Nelson Riddle
3:05
5
I Wished On The Moon
Frank Sinatra; Nelson Riddle
2:53
6
Oh, You Crazy Moon
Frank Sinatra; Nelson Riddle
3:12
7
The Moon Got In My Eyes
Frank Sinatra; Nelson Riddle
2:52
8
Moonlight Mood
Frank Sinatra; Nelson Riddle
3:08
9
Moon Love
Frank Sinatra; Nelson Riddle
4:14
10
The Moon Was Yellow (And The Night Was Young)
Frank Sinatra; Nelson Riddle
3:09
Total Playing Time    31:49
"An intimate gem of an album cherished by hardcore Frank fans ... something brilliant, even classic."
- Wondering Sound

A theme album from Frank Sinatra and his arranger and conductor Nelson Riddle, all the songs on this mid-60s release use the moon as their central subject, while the title itself is a pun or a reference to Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – FRANK SINATRA DIGITAL REPRISE Studio Masters

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