Being the huge fan I am of The Four Lads I couldn't wait to purchase the CD "The Four Lads Sing Frank Loesser". After all, wasn't it their rendition of "Standing On The Corner" by Frank Loesser that became the most popular version of that song? After listening to the CD I was struck with a sense that the boys were not quite at their best. Although the songs are sung fairly well, they seem to lack the usual sparkle, blending, and ease of delivery that one comes to expect from this group. Also, with all the great songs that Frank Loesser wrote I find the CD program to be a rather poor representation of Frank's artistry...."Where's Charley" and "Hans Christian Andersen" medleys? Why wasn't music from "The Most Happy Fella" included? I found that the "Guys and Dolls" medley and a few other tracks made the purchase worthwhile. If you're a fan of this group, it's worth a listen.