A sly swinger from Frankie Randall – an album that's done with a bit more of a subtle feel than some of his previous albums for RCA – a shift that's almost like the change made at the time by other RCA singers like Jack Jones or Vic Damone! Randall was always great as a belter
, but he's even better as a mature, masculine singer here – working through tunes put together with even more sophisticated charts than on earlier albums, thanks to arrangements from Joe Bond, Frank Hunter, and Manny Albam. Randall's range is really great – and when he slows down on a few numbers, he comes across with a surprising degree of feeling – really making the album a standout in his all-too-short recorded career. Titles include "I'll Be Around", "I Remember You", "I'll Be Seeing You", "I Concentrate On You", "Come Back To Me", "Thanks For The Memory", and "Falling In Love Again".
(Mono pressing. Cover has a promo imprint.)