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With the passing of "the Chairman" earlier this year, the Capitol/Reprise double-team reissue campaign serves as a tribute as well as an awareness program of the original "Concepts" catalog - many titles not available over the last couple of years. Features 20-bit digital re-mastering and original artwork. Tracks include: "You Make Me Feel So Young," "Old Devil Moon," "Love Is Here to Stay," "I've Got You Under My Skin," "Makin' Whopee" and much more.


''Songs for Swingin' Lovers!'' is the fourth studio album recorded by the American singer Frank Sinatra for Capitol Records, it was arranged by Nelson Riddle and released in March 1956.

It took an alternative tack after ''In the Wee Small Hours'' (1954), recording existing pop standards in a hipper, jazzier fashion, revealing an overall exuberance in the vein of ''Songs for Young Lovers'' and ''Swing Easy!''. The original cover had Sinatra facing away from the young couple, but in 1957 Capitol altered the cover with a new image of Sinatra facing the couple. All CD releases have retained the new cover.

In 2000 the album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, and ranked number 306 on ''Rolling Stone'' magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time in 2003.

The album was the first ever number one album in the UK. It was knocked off the top after two weeks by ''Carousel'' (the 1956 movie's soundtrack). - Wikipedia