Well, I see that this album is rarely commented here by the forum. I do not know the reason, but I assume that it is an album very underestimated by the general public. Maybe it's because Sinatra is the conductor of the orchestra, I'm not sure. And I regret that this album was not recorded with a more careful preparation, considering that it was the first album to be recorded in the new studio A of the Capitol in the months of February and March of 1956 and had not even tried the same. The sound of the album did not please Sinatra, the musicians of the orchestra and much less the engineer of sound John Palladino, that needed to make several repairs in the mix (for as far as I know). The CD remastered by Larry Walsh in 1987 has a nice sound, but I find the record a bit problematic in terms of dynamics. Well, Sinatra could have remade the album when Capitol started recording on multitrack to master in stereo or the project could have been postponed just before they started recording that way. But despite all this I love this album, it's very interesting. I wish I could treat him to his original masters. Who else likes this album?