This high-charting collection of singles and B-sides comes from the end of Frank Sinatra's tenure at Capitol Records. It's not really a cohesive set, but it does feature the great title song, the wondrous "Witchcraft," and "Ol' MacDonald," a jokey jazz take on the barnyard favorite that quickly morphs into a "farmer's daughter" joke. This album has been reissued on CD, but that edition is long out of print and don't expect to see another one released too soon. Thankfully, all of the songs on All the Way can be found on the superior box set Complete Capitol Singles Collection, while the finest tracks show up on numerous compilations or are used as bonus cuts on reissue CDs of proper albums.
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AllMusic Review by Nick Dedina