Personnel includes: Frank Sinatra (vocals); Billy May, Nelson Riddle, Skip Martin (arranger, conductor); Heinie Beau (arranger). Recorded between December 8, 1953 and March 6, 1962. Includes liner notes by Pete Welding. All tracks have been digitally remastered. This is part of Capitol Records "Entertainer Of The Century" series. The third Sinatra-Billy May album recorded for Capitol continues in the effortlessly swinging vein of its predecessors, COME FLY WITH ME and COME DANCE WITH ME. This period of Sinatra's recording career found him in a particularly nostalgic mood, as he was simultaneously working on I REMEMBER TOMMY, a look back at his days with the Dorsey band. The selections here also hark back to that time, though a bit less specifically. Featured are Sinatra's modernized swing takes on tunes like "Yes, Indeed" and "I've Heard That Song Before," Big Band classics associated respectively with former Sinatra bosses Dorsey and Harry James.