How cool can you get? This album answers the question by taking Britain's premier jazz vocalist/pianist and ensconcing him with a superb saxophonist, and an admirable rhythym section. It's very redolent of, but knocks the spots off the 'When Harry met Sally' soundtrack by Harry Connick - and shows that Britain has not entirely lost its 1950s pole position for jazz. This is the ultimate background jazz mood CD, but listening more closely will pay dividends: never has Georgie's voice sounded mellower or more appealing. It's also a paean to the New York of the 1950s - and Fame's voice, which is better than Sinatra's (he is pitch perfect) does away with the schmaltz that ended up ruining Sinatra for me. And above all, this CD grows on you - let's hope this is the beginning of a rennaissance for Mr Fame.