Swing Easy! is the eighth studio album by Frank Sinatra. It was released as a 10" LP and consisted of only eight songs, as each side of the record only allowed approximately fourteen minutes of music.
The album was Sinatra's second for Capitol and the first to feature arrangements by Nelson Riddle (Riddle had merely conducted on Songs For Young Lovers). As its title implies, the record concentrates on up-tempo swingers done with a light touch. Again, the songs were all standards -- "Just One of Those Things," "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams," "All of Me" -- which the singer felt benefited from the new thematic setting, new arrangements, and his increasingly playful and textured vocal style. At some point a few years later, the album was re-released as a 12" LP with four additional songs added to expand the running time - "Lean Baby", "I Love You", "How Could You Do A Thing Like That To Me?", and "Why Should I Cry Over You?".  A few years later, the four additional songs were dropped and the eight original songs were combined with the eight songs from the 10" LP "Songs for Young Lovers" on a new 16 song 12" LP called "Swing Easy!", featuring the "Swing Easy!" cover but including a small version of the "Songs for Young Lovers" cover.