Fly Me to the Moon: The Great American Songbook, Vol. 5 Image
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  • Summary: Continuing his Great American Songbook series, Rod Stewart's fifth collection is made up of his version of classic pop standards, finding him reunited with longtime collaborators Richard Perry and Clive Davis.
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  1. Dec 20, 2010
    60
    Still winging it, still wearing it well. [Dec 2010, p.99]
  2. 50
    This whole idea might be a little overdone for everybody by now.
  3. Oct 20, 2010
    50
    Fly Me to the Moon, Rod Stewart's fifth collection of American pop standards, finds him singing such classics as That Old Black Magic, I've Got You Under My Skin, Beyond the Sea, Fly Me to the Moon, and Moon River.
  4. Dec 20, 2010
    40
    "My Foolish Heart" is delivered with some delicacy, "Sunny Side Of The Street" is playful, and "Fly Me To the Moon: floats Rod's voice over synth strings and a lazy piano. Otherwise, stick with Sinatra. [Jan 2011, p.103]