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Dinah Shore ended her long association with RCA Victor Records and began releasing records on Capitol in 1959. This, her second album for the label, suggested she should have made the switch long ago. Working with sympathetic arrangements by conductor André Previn, she essayed a set of ballad standards for an album that ranked with the kind of LPs that Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Nat "King" Cole, Peggy Lee and Judy Garland were recording at Capitol at the same time. By now, with her TV stardom, her days as a major recording artist were behind her, which in retrospect is too bad, because albums like this should have raised her critical standing to a par with that of her label mates. ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi
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