#344…sci., relig., ETC.: “Bob Dylan’s Oldies (from others)”


Bob Dylan‘s interview in the last

AARP magazine


puffed his new album of old stuff.


Not his old stuff, but old songs Frank Sinatra (and others) sang from the 1920s to the 1960s.


For a list of his “Top 10” use the DOOR.







(It’s been said Frank Sinatra sang all of these…)


1)  “I’m a Fool to Want You”  (Sinatra, Wolf, Herron) 1951

2)  “The Night We Called It a Day”  (Dennis, Afair) 1941

3)  “Stay With Me”  (Moross, Leigh) 1963

4)  “Autumn Leaves”  (Kosma, Mercer, Prevert) 1941

5)  “Why Try to Change Me Now?”  (McCarthy, Coleman) 1952

6)  “Some Enchanted Evening”  (Rodgers, Hammerstein II) 1949

7)  “Full Moon and Empty Arms”  (Kaye, Mossman) 1946

8)  “Where Are You?”  (McHugh, Adamson) 1936

9)  What’ll I Do?”  (Berlin) 1924

10) That Lucky Old Sun (Smith, Gillespie) 1949

Author: John Knapp