- Released: August 27, 2013
- Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
- 1.Song Of The Jet Set
- 2.Fly Me To The Moon
- 3.How Insensitive
- 4.If I Ruled The World
- 5.Love Scene
- 6.Take The Moment
- 7.Then Was Then And Now Is Now
- 8.Sweet Lorraine
- 9.The Right To Love
- 10.Watch What Happens
- 11.All My Tomorrows
- 12.Two By Two
- 13.Falling In Love With Love
Personnel: Tony Bennett; Carlos Lyra (guitar); Bobby Hackett (ukulele); Al Cohn (tenor saxophone); Joe Marsala (clarinet); Elcio Milito (drums); Will Bronson Singers.
The Ralph Sharon Trio: Ralph Sharon (piano); Hal Gaylor (bass); Billy Exiner (drums).
Reissue producer: Didier C. Deutsch.
Engineers: Frank Laico, Ted Brosman, Felix Thompson.
Recorded at the CBS 30th Street Studios, New York, New York and at CBS Studio 2, Chicago, Illinois. Originally released as Columbia (2343).
The opening track, "Song Of The Jet," is the English translation for "Samba Do Aviao," a lesser-known Jobim tune for which Bennett and arranger Don Costa pull out all the stops. Despite the album's title however, this varied set from '65 is less international in flavor than the previous I WANNA BE AROUND. Apart from the fine bossa nova "How Insensitive" and the definitive English version of Michel Legrand's "Watch What Happens," there are key Tony Bennett performances such as the title song and "Fly Me To The Moon." Also included are little heard versions of the Peggy Lee penned ballad "Then Was Then And Now Is Now" and Duke Ellington's swinging "Love Song." Another reissue in the Tony Bennett Master Series remastered to fine effect.