Capitol W-803. Song List 1. Night And Day 2. I Wish I Were In Love Again 3. I Got Plenty Of Nutting 4. I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plans 5. Nice Work If You Can Get It 6. Stars Fell On Alabama 7. No One Ever Tells You 8. I Won't Dance 9. Lonesome Road 10. At Long Last Love 11. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To 12. I Got It Bad And That Ain�t Good 13. From This Moment On 14. If I Had You 15. Oh! Look At Me Now Album Credits: Voyle Gilmore Producer. Album Notes: Personnel includes: Frank Sinatra (vocals); Nelson Riddle (conductor). Includes liner notes by Pete Welding. The late-50s recordings of Sinatra were the ones that firmly cemented in the public consciousness the image of the hip swinging cat with the fedora and vocal chops sharp enough to perform microsurgery. The arrangements laid down by right-hand man Nelson Riddle also set a standard for pop vocal recordings of the era attaining a feel that's simultaneously punchy and sophisticated. Sinatra wasn't overly concerned with themes or concepts here just with finding a solid group of songs around which he could wrap his golden tonsils. Classics by the Gershwins Cole Porter Rodgers and Hart and Duke Ellington may seem like song selection no-brainers in retrospect but it must be remembered that these are the recordings that actually made those songs true classics in the first place. Record and cover are very good+.