I am on the final side of this marvelous two LP set. The recording itself is quite important because it pairs Sinatra with just a sextet, and there aren't too many occasions where we have the pleasure of hearing him with a small group ensemble. The sound quality is outstanding and sports a wide dynamic range. When Irvin Cottler hammers the kick drum...holy smokes. The performance of the classic Cole Porter tune Night and Day alone is worth the price of this set. It's just Sinatra's voice and Al Viola's guitar. No drums, no bass, no vibes, no sax. And it is spectacular. A lot of folks believe that Sinatra at the Sands is his finest live recording. I like it too....but Sinatra in Paris, with 26 of this best songs in an intimate setting, to my ears is Sinatra's finest live document, one that showcases his talents at a time when he is still at the top of his game. Mo-Fi hit it out of the park with the mastering. This is beyond essential listening for anyone who appreciates Sinatra's music.