This, along with the "Sinatra's Swingin' Session" album, are in my opinion, proabably the best albums Frank ever did in the big band jazz idiom. Johnny Mandel wrote most of the arrangements on this album, and they are a bit more jazz-oriented than the Nelson Riddle charts from the 5 or so years before. This band and this record really swing. On one cut, "Let's Fall in Love", Sinatra pauses after the intro for a full two bars before he (and the band) pick it up again and jump into a great piano-backed arrangement that is really "in the pocket". It's the greatest use of dead space I can think of, and one of my favorite Sinatra moments of all time. The album is just full of great moments like this, very syncopated and finger-snapping. The songs here are not all standards, but that doesn't make the music any less enjoyable or interesting. The arrangements, great jazz intrumental performances, Sinatra's voice, and his phrasing make this whole album such a fun ride. It's hard to imagine anyone not enjoying this album, so rest assured it's worth twice the price of the CD.