This CD contains 14 recordings, 11 of which constituted an album that Doris Day made in the late 1960s which was hidden from the public until the 1990s, and the remaining 3 being airchecks from a TV special she did in 1971. I enjoyed every track (no surprise, since I am a great fan of Doris' singing voice!) but this album really needs to be considered as two collections.
The first 11 tracks are basically a lot of old standards (though 2 or 3 were not familiar to me!) which were chosen by Doris Day to record, not chosen for her by an A&R man like Mitch Miller. Listening to them, I was impressed by her clear picture of the type of song she could best do, as these new (to me) versions of the familiar songs were, by and large, the best versions I've ever heard of the songs. She sings them at a slower tempo than I'm used to, and sings verses that I've often never heard before, and it all works well. In a sense, I've waited 40 years to buy this album and it's certainly worth the wait.
The other 3, the airchecks, include the only "modern" song in the collection, Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides Now," as well as remakes of two of Doris Day's earliest hits from the 1940s. They are done in a style rather different from the first 11, more up-tempo, with a big chorus and orchestra backing her, but I still enjoyed them and think the combination shows the great versatility that Doris Day possessed as a singer.
If you like Doris Day, or if you like old standards done well, buy this CD!