Like its predecessor, this CD stands out as a collection of all-vocal tracks, while other Ultra-Lounge CDs feature a few vocal songs at most and many volumes are totally instrumental. That's something all you lounge lizards out there should probably know, since most people I know definitely prefer either vocal or instrumental lounge music and that will affect how you feel about this CD. That fact aside, this is every bit as swingin' and enjoyable a collection as the first volume. The inclusion of the classic "Boy From Ipanema" alone makes this an album worth owning if you are a martini-swilling night owl. However there are many other classic tunes here as well and if vocals are your thing, this is one of the better compliations out there to throw on when you're trying to seduce someone in your shag-carpeted living room over a couple of cosmopolitans.
01. Eydie Gorme - Frenesi
02. Steve Lawrence - Night And Day
03. Bobby Darin - Charade
04. Nancy Wilson - A Lot Of Livin' To Do
05. Louis Prima - 5 Months, 2 Weeks, 2 Days
06. Vic Damone - Wives And Lovers
07. Peggy Lee - The Boy From Ipanema
08. Wayne Newton - Strangers In The Night
09. Tony Bennett - With Plenty Of Money And You
10. Bobby Darin - Call Me Irresponsible
11. Dinah Washington - Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby
12. Bobby Troup - Snootie Little Cutie
13. Julie London - Daddy
14. Dean Martin - Just In Time
15. Sarah Vaughan - Perdido
16. Jack Jones - Angel Eyes
17. Louis Prima - Just A Gigolo / I Ain't Got Nobody
18. Mel Torme - Midnight Swinger
19. Dinah Washington - Destination Moon
20. Lena Horne - It Had Better Be Tonight
21. Ella Fitzgerald - Hawaiian War Chant (Ta Hu Wa Hu Wai)
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