With Young At Heart, James Moody interprets the core songs of Frank Sinatra's repertoire as if it were a songbook itself. The results are surprisingly effective, demonstrating the wonderful, lucid tones of Moody's saxophone, as well as the flexibility and depth of the songs themselves. On the album, Moody is supported by a small band, which is occasionally augmented by a full orchestra.
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AllMusic Review by Thom Owens