Frank Sinatra: Ol' Blue Eyes Is Back brings back big-band bravado with favorites like I Get a Kick out of You, I've Got You Under My Skin and I've Got The World on a String. In 1973, Sinatra returns to the stage for his first live concert after a brief retirement. Returning to public view with an intimate concert performance recorded in Hollywood before an enthusiastic audience of fans, Sinatra sings some his best-loved tunes with a big-band orchestra directed by Gordon Jenkins and Dan Costa. Joining him onstage for several duets is long-time pal and co-star, Gene Kelley. The album released for this comeback performance reached top-ten status and sold over one hundred thousand copies, earning Sinatra and friends another gold record. Originally broadcast on national television, the 1973 performance was rereleased in 1999 and features 50 minutes of classic Sinatra tunes including Send in the Clowns, We Can't Do That Anymore, and Free and Easy.