Sympathizing with the lovelorn, Verve Records will next month issue "When Love Goes Wrong," a compilation of "15 of the most thoroughly depressing songs ever recorded." Due Jan. 28, just in time for V

Sympathizing with the lovelorn, Verve Records will next month issue "When Love Goes Wrong," a compilation of "15 of the most thoroughly depressing songs ever recorded." Due Jan. 28, just in time for Valentine's Day, the set sails the stormy seas of love with a host of jazz greats, including Billie Holiday, Peggy Lee, Mel Torme, Sarah Vaughan, and Billy Eckstine.

With a list price of $11.98 ("much cheaper than another miserable date," according to the label), the set will feature "gleefully misanthropic liner notes" written by author Harvey Pekar.

Here is the "When Love Goes Wrong" track list:

"Good Morning Heartache," Billie Holiday
"In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning," Morgana King
"It Never Entered My Mind," Johnny Hartman
"What'll I Do?," Georgia Gibbs
"A Woman Alone With the Blues," Peggy Lee
"A Woman's Intuition," Beverly Kenney
"Everything Happens to Me," Frank D'Rone
"I Fall in Love Too Easily," Shirley Horn
"Here's That Rainy Day," Helen Merrill
"I'm Through With Love," Arthur Prysock
"I'm a Fool To Want You," Dinah Washington
"What Will I Tell My Heart?," Billy Eckstine
"But Not for Me," Sarah Vaughan
"Reaching for the Moon," Ella Fitzgerald
"Gloomy Sunday," Mel Torme