Kaempfert originally used it under the title "Beddy Bye" as part of the instrumental score for the movie A Man Could Get Killed. The song was made famous in 1966 by Frank Sinatra, although it was initially given to Melina Mercouri, who thought that a man's vocals would suit more to the melody and therefore declined to sing it.
Strangers in the Night is a 1966 studio album by Frank Sinatra. It marked Sinatra's return to number one on the pop album charts in the mid-1960s, and consolidated the comeback he started in 1965. Combining pop hits with show tunes and standards, the album creates a balance between big band and pop instrumentation.
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Strangers in the night exchanging glances Wondering in the night, what were the chances? We'd be sharing love before the night was through. Frank Sinatra recorded Strangers in the Night April 11, 1966. According to Sinatra: The Life (Summers, Swan, 2006), Sinatra despised the song and called it a piece of shit and, per Frank Sinatra by Jean-Pierre Hombach, worst fucking song that I have ever heard. Nevertheless, it would become his first No. 1 hit since 1955’s Learning the Blues. It was the title track for Sinatra’s most commercially successful album, Strangers in the Night which garnered three Grammy Awards in 1967. What have the artists said about the song?
The phrase "Strangers in the Night" was created after the composition, when New York music publishers Roosevelt Music requested that lyricists Snyder and Singleton-fresh off of "Spanish Eyes," composed by Kaempfert of "Moon Over Naples" fame-put some words to the tune "Stranci u Noći" is a literal translation of this phrasecitation needed. on similar constant factors9. The track was recorded on April 11, 1966, one month before the rest of the album Hal Blaine was the drummer on the record and Glen Campbell played rhythm guitar10. One of the most memorable and recognizable features of the record is Sinatra's scat improvisation of the melody with the syllables "doo-be-doo-be-doo" as the song fades to the end3 For the CD Nothing but the Best, the song was remastered and the running time is 2:45 instead of the usual 2:35 The extra ten seconds.