Thanks for your help, Bob. That explains why I haven't heard it on "Siriusly Sinatra."
Still, I thought they did a fine job with it--and the orchestration being by Johnny Mandel would explain why!
More relevant to this thread, there are some amazing performances on the Duets albums. "Wee Small Hours / Tears Out to Dry," "One for My Baby," "I've Got a Crush on You," "Moonlight in Vermont," "Embraceable You," "My Funny Valentine"...
I just read Charles Granata's book "Sessions with Sinatra" and enjoyed learning the whole story behind the albums, the passion of Phil Ramone for the project, and how it almost didn't happen. (So glad it did, if only to have that last recording of "One for My baby.")
Sam T., Nashville TN
"I'm for anything that gets you through the night"
Last edited by Sammy; 02-02-2011 at 07:03 PM.