"Here is an album that means to deny the rock & roll that was then changing America and succeeds. The songs were standards, most ten or twenty years old, and Sinatra and arranger Nelson Riddle were bent on jazzy, hip sophistication. 'I've Got You Under My Skin' still stands as a Sinatra high point." Rolling Stone
"You could forget that the guy ever had a good day. After Billie Holiday, nobody in American music has ever done more to slake our taste for romantic masochism than Frank Sinatra.
[F]or me, the album's masterpiece is 'I Thought About You.' A little-known song by Jimmy Van Heusen and Johnny Mercer, it's the sort of standard you might expect from Edward Hopper had he been a songwriter instead of a painter. The singer, separated from the woman he loves, is on a night train, peeking out the shade at the moonlit little towns that slide by his window. Each sight, recounted in language as spare as a line drawing, nonetheless takes on the richness of a painted canvas. It's the ordinary transformed into a nighttime dreamscape, lighting a low steady flame in the singer who longs to belong somewhere -- in the arms of the woman he is leaving behind, or in one of the houses whose lit windows he can see from the train." Charles Taylor, Salon.com
1. You Make Me Feel So Young
2. It Happened In Monterey3. You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me4. You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me5. Too Marvelous For Words6. Old Devil Moon7. Pennies From Heaven8. Love Is Here To Stay9. I've Got You Under My Skin10. I Thought About You11. We'll Be Together Again12. Makin' Whoopee13. Swingin' Down The Lane14. Anything Goes15. How About You?