This CD features the new Royal Air Force Squadronaires playing fourteen of the numbers closely associated with Miller's repertoire (noting that four were recorded contemporaneously by the original RAF Dance Orchestra). This is an 18-piece band, with an impressive rhythm section, disciplined section playing, and accomplished soloists and vocalists. This is an affectionate tribute to one of the best-remembered bands of the war years, and the quality of the recording is exemplary. My one criticism, and the reason for revising my earlier review by docking one star, is that around 45 minutes is short measure for today's CD. I'd like to hear the Squads casting their net wider, and playing at greater length, and hope we can look forward to a further CD which does just that.