If swing is your thing and you like hearing Shearing you'll love this. I have around ten albums of his and this is the best. Mostly instrumental but some featuring Nancy Wilson, this Capitol release from the early 60s is near perfect. With upbeat ditties like "Don't call me" and "Blue Lou" you'll be doing well to keep still in your seat. Numbers like "The Things we did Last Summer" and "All Night Long" showcase the wicked combination of Wilson's voice and Shearing's delightfully timed, dancing notes with corresponding Vibes from Warren Chaisson. Surely the highlight, though, is their unforgettable version of Carmichael's "The Nearness of You" - a deliciously simple and beautifully slow ballad to savour. This is special stuff - invest and enjoy.