- Released: November 2, 1993
- Originally Released: 1993
- Label: Sony
- 1.You Make Me Feel So Young
- 2.In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning
- 3.Night and Day
- 5.The Lady Is a Tramp
- 6.Strangers in the Night
- 7.I Have Dreamed
- 8.Fly Me to the Moon
- 9.New York, New York
- 10.Luck Be a Lady
- 11.I Get a Kick Out of You
- 12.Mack the Knife
- 13.The Shadow of Your Smile
- 14.Softly, As I Leave You
- 16.Summer Wind (Sommerwind)
- 17.One for My Baby (And One More for the Road)
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Personnel includes: John Williams (conductor), The Boston Pops Orchestra.
Recorded at Symphony Hall, Boston, Massachusetts on June 1, 3 and 4, 1993.
"In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning" (Nan Schwartz Mishkin, arranger) was nominated for Best Arrangement On An Instrumental in the 37th Annual Grammy Awards.
Personnel: Boston Pops Orchestra (vocals).
Liner Note Author: Marc Kirkeby.
Recording information: Symphony Hall, Boston, MA (06/01/1993-06/04/1993).
Editor: Bob Wolff.
Photographer: James Russell.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Marc Kirkeby; Boston Pops Orchestra.
Arrangers: Eddie Karam; Jack Mason; A. Morley; Glenn Osser; Nick Perito; Angela Morley; Sammy Nestico; Sid Ramin; Richard Hayman; Billy Byers; Billy May.
Night and Day is John Williams and the Boston Pops Orchestra's rousing tribute to Frank Sinatra. This is a collection of the standards that are Frank Sinatra, highlighting all the important phases of Sinatra's career. These are true signature pieces, from the swing side of "Witchcraft," "Chicago," and "You Make Me Feel So Young" to the classic ballads like "Strangers in the Night" and "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning..." ~ MusD