Frank Sinatra's Greatest Hits! is Frank Sinatra's first compilation released on his own Reprise Records. It concentrates on mostly single releases from the mid to late 60's, which fluctuates between adult contemporary pop and jazzy swing
Greatest Hits Vol. 1 concentrates on chart hits, but nonetheless packs some wild cards. Forget Domani" and "World We Knew (Over and Over)" are odd choices, and don't turn up much. There are also, naturally, lots of tracks missing. I believe this album is Sinatra's best for those of us who are hopeless ROMANTICS.
On Frontcover: "Frank Sinatra's Greatest Hits" On Spine: "Greatest Hits" On Backcover: "Frank Sinatra And His Greatest Hits" (in small print: "What More Can There Be Than") On Disc: "Frank Sinatra's Greatest Hits". Manufactured for Bristol Productions Made in . Selections From This Album Have Previously Appeared In Reprise Albums 1017, 1014, 6167, 1025, 1022, And 1013. Reprise Records, A Division of Warner Bros. Seven Arts Records, Inc. Made in USA.
Frank Sinatra's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 was Frank Sinatra's second compilation album for Reprise Records. It is a sequel to the 1968 compilation album, Frank Sinatra's Greatest Hits. Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 was released during Sinatra's brief phase of retirement. Both this, and its predecessor, have been outclassed by newer compilation sets. My Way" (Paul Anka, Claude François, Jacques Revaux, Gilles Thibault) - 4:34 – (originally from My Way).
2 picks up where Frank Sinatra's Greatest Hits leaves off, so all of the tracks date from 1968 to 1971, except for "The September of My Years", which dates back to 1965. Though the song "My Way" became Sinatra's signature song, it was not a big hit in the US. In the UK it went to and spent 75 weeks in the Top 40. The highest charting .