Come Fly with Me (1957 song)
|"Come Fly with Me"|
|Song by Frank Sinatra|
|from the album Come Fly with Me|
|Recorded||October 10, 1957|
|Composer(s)||Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen|
|Producer(s)||Voyle Gilmore, Billy May|
"Come Fly with Me" was written for Frank Sinatra, and was the title track of his 1958 album of the same name. The song sets the tone for the rest of the album, describing adventures in exotic locales, in Bombay, Peru and Acapulco Bay respectively.
It subsequently became part of Sinatra's concert repertoire, and would feature in numerous performances.
- Frank Sinatra:
- (numerous compilation albums)
- Pinky and Perky - Summer Holiday EP — (1967)
- Shirley Horn - Close Enough for Love — (1989)
- The Four Freshmen - Voices In Standards — (1996)
- James Darren - This One's from the Heart — (1999)
- Michael Bublé - Michael Bublé — (2003)
- Westlife - Allow Us to Be Frank — (2004)
- Robbie Williams - (non-album song, with music video)
- Kurt Elling - 1619 Broadway: The Brill Building Project — (2012)
- Gian Marco - Versiones — (2013) 
- Cherry Poppin' Daddies - Please Return the Evening — (2014)
- Laura Dickinson - One For My Baby - To Frank Sinatra With Love — (2014)
- Trisha Yearwood - Let's Be Frank — (2018)
- Eliane Elias - Love Stories (2019)
Film, radio and televisionEdit
The song is featured prominently in the 1963 feature film Come Fly with Me sung by Frankie Avalon. The song was also used as the theme tune to the 1998 television series Airline, sung by Tina May, and it also appears in numerous films, including Raging Bull (1980), Dear Mr. Wonderful (1982), Betsy's Wedding (1990), Air America (1990), Vegas Vacation (1997), Little Voice (1998), Heartbreakers (2001), Catch Me If You Can (2002), Two Weeks Notice (2002), Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003), and PanAm (2011), and in two television bio-pics about Sinatra; the 1992 mini-series Sinatra and 1997's The Rat Pack.
- Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Duets II – Frank Sinatra". AllMusic. Rovi. Retrieved 10 January 2020.
- Burr, Ramiro (24 October 1999). "Ingles? Pop star Luis Miguel says he'll stick in Spanish". San Antonio Express-News. p. 7.
Luis Miguel's only English recording is his 1994 "Come Fly With Me" contribution on Frank Sinatra's Duets II CD.
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