I recall an exchange with @paulmock from two or three years back in which I confessed that I have holes in my Sinatra/Reprise knowledge that anybody could drive a large truck through. It's true, folks. Well, All Alone is an album that I have literally never heard, not even once, ever, in any mix, any format, under any circumstance. It has managed to escape my ears for all these years. (All I've ever heard, as far as I can recall, is the sampling in the 4-CD The Reprise Collection from 1990. There may have been another track on some compilation album, but nothing comes to mind.) Today I was at a place called Star Center (Antique) Mall in Snohomish, WA, and on the bottom floor there is one particular vendor there who always has a metal rack with a few (5 or 6?) LP sitting on the rack, and they are always Sinatra LPs, always in very good shape, and there are no other albums there, ever. The only records they ever sell are Sinatra records, and just a few -- but a few good ones! Today, they had a super-clean R-1007 A4/B2 mono LP of All Alone, and since this is the next album coming down the pike in our ongoing Sinatra review, I snagged it for $7.50, and plan on getting to know this album via this and the never-played "suitcase" tracks. Comparisons will be a ways off still, but if you have other versions and can share clips, please send a PM and we can start cobbling together a comparison page. How about if we just use the first track for each side, so "All Alone" and "Oh, How I Miss You Tonight?" Sound like a plan? Again, all I have is this mono LP and the suitcase CD, so I'm counting on a lot of help with this one, which will be greatly appreciated, of course. I can't do this, um.......all alone. (Groan......) Consider discussion to be officially open on this one!