This was Connee Boswell's
final album. The singer, who had just turned 50, was no longer in her musical prime although her vocals were still quite listenable. Joined by some top studio musicians (including four trombones on five numbers and a small string section on the remaining five), Boswell
interprets ten Irving Berlin
songs. Her phrasing was still appealing and lightly swinging although her voice was not as strong as previously. This last chapter in Connee Boswell's
career is a historical curiosity that was reissued in 1997 on CD.