Shortly after Bing Crosby's death, his good friend Rosemary Clooney recorded ten songs associated with Bing. Since she had such a wide range of repertoire to choose from, Clooney was able to easily come up with a variety of tunes (mostly dating from the 1930s) that fit her easy-swinging style. With fine support from tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton, guitarist Cal Collins, pianist Nat Pierce, bassist Monty Budwig and drummer Jake Hanna, the singer is in particularly fine form on such numbers as "Pennies Ffrom Heaven," "I Surrender Dear," "It's Easy to Remember" and "Just One More Chance."
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AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow