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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 19 November 2013
Finally, I Dig the Duke, I Dig the Count, one of Mel Tormé's very, very best albums, has been remastered. I could rate the album song by song, but the whole thing is outstanding, with top-notch songs and cutting-edge arrangements by the great Johnny Mandel. To my knowledge, this is the first CD reissue of I Dig the Duke, I Dig the Count since the murky-sounding original in 1986--so old that the liner notes provide instructions on caring for CDs.

As for Mel Tormé Swings Schubert Alley, it's an equally excellent remaster of yet another outstanding Tormé collaboration with conductor/arranger Marty Paich. Some fans say this is Tormé's greatest album. I personally disagree, but I see why fans love it and I certainly admit that it's up there with his best.

If you buy this CD and you like it, then I recommend investing in a few other Tormé masterpieces from the period: Mel Tormé and the Marty Paich Dek-Tette (better known as Lulu's Back in Town) (1957), Mel Tormé Sings Fred Astaire (1957), Tormé (1958), My Kind of Music (1961), and Comin' Home Baby (1962)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 29 April 2014
The mpeccable Mr.Torme at his hip peak sings songs made in heaven with outstanding arrangements by Johnny Mandel and Marty Paich that feature some of the finest jazzmen of the time playing at their best. You must buy this CD!
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on 12 November 2012
NEW DIGITAL REMASTER
FULL LP-ARTWORKS IN BOOKLET
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01 I'm Gonna Go Fishin' 2:23
02 Don't Get Around Much Anymore 2:29
03 I Like The Sunrise 3:14
04 Take The 'A' Train 2:52
05 Reminiscing In Tempo 3:17
06 Just A Sittin' And A Rockin' 2:17
07 Down For Double 2:31
08 I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town 3:31
09 Blue And Sentimental 3:55
10 Oh What A Night For Love 3:30
11 Sent For You Yesterday (And Here You Come Today) 2:50
12 In The Evening (When The Sun Goes Down) 3:20
13 Too Close For Comfort 3:59
14 Once In Love With Amy 3:08
15 A Sleepin' Bee 3:29
16 On The Street Where You Live 2:51
17 All I Need Is The Girl 3:03
18 Just In Time 3:23
19 Hello Young Lovers 3:06
20 The Surrey With The Fringe On Top 2:57
21 Old Devil Moon 2:46
22 Whatever Lola Wants 3:18
23 Too Darn Hot 2:44
24. Lonely Town 3:39

I DIG THE DUKE, I DIG THE COUNT
MEL TORMÉ vocals; with Big Band arranged and conducted by JOHNNY MANDEL
Produced by RUSSELL GARCIA;
Originally released as Verve V6-8491

SWINGS SHUBERT ALLEY
MEL TORMÉ vocals; with Big Band arranged and conducted by MARTY PAICH
Produced by RUSSELL GARCIA;
Originally released as Verve MG V 2132
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on 30 April 2015
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