I'm Gonna Live Till I Die - The Rat Pack, Curtis, Mann
Ain't That a Kick in the Head - The Rat Pack, Cahn, Sammy
Too Close for Comfort - The Rat Pack, Bock, Jerry
Me and My Shadow - The Rat Pack, Dreyer, Dave
(Love Is) The Tender Trap - The Rat Pack, Cahn, Sammy
Volare - The Rat Pack, Migliacci, Francesc
Mr. Success - The Rat Pack, Greiner, Andreas
A Lot of Livin' to Do - The Rat Pack, Adams, Lee 
You Make Me Feel So Young - The Rat Pack, Gordon, Mack
Sam's Song - The Rat Pack, Elliott, Jack
When You're Smiling - The Rat Pack, Fisher, Mark 
The Lady Is a Tramp - The Rat Pack, Hart, Lorenz
Birth of the Blues - The Rat Pack, Brown, Lew
You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You - The Rat Pack, Cavanaugh, James [1
Chicago - The Rat Pack, Fisher, Fred
I'm Sitting on Top of the World - The Rat Pack, Henderson, Ray
Witchcraft - The Rat Pack, Coleman, Cy
Eee-O Eleven - The Rat Pack, Cahn, Sammy
Timed to the release of the 2001 remake of the Sinatra-Martin-Davis anti-classic Ocean's 11, this 18-track compendium serves as less a best-of than an introduction to the high-living nightclub ethos the Rat Pack embodied. ... more »Along with some true knockouts, mostly from Frank's catalog, Eee-O 11's mostly beltingly upbeat tracks also include the impossibly corny (a "When You're Smiling" that seems to be putting Dino himself to sleep) and a couple of straitjacketed studio takes on the Pack's onstage antics (both Sammy duets). Handily, 11 culls one of the original movie's few high points--the rousing Davis blues that provides this disc's title--for a closer. Those drawn in by the newer flick will find this a welcome package, as will swingin' initiates looking for a road-trip CD soundtrack. --Rickey Wright« less
Timed to the release of the 2001 remake of the Sinatra-Martin-Davis anti-classic Ocean's 11, this 18-track compendium serves as less a best-of than an introduction to the high-living nightclub ethos the Rat Pack embodied. Along with some true knockouts, mostly from Frank's catalog, Eee-O 11's mostly beltingly upbeat tracks also include the impossibly corny (a "When You're Smiling" that seems to be putting Dino himself to sleep) and a couple of straitjacketed studio takes on the Pack's onstage antics (both Sammy duets). Handily, 11 culls one of the original movie's few high points--the rousing Davis blues that provides this disc's title--for a closer. Those drawn in by the newer flick will find this a welcome package, as will swingin' initiates looking for a road-trip CD soundtrack. --Rickey Wright
"I had bought a Rat Pack collaboration before this one and quite frankly, it was bombsville. An 18-karat dud. So when I bought Ee-O-11...I was hoping for something with more songs, better quality, and more of a kick. My hopes were high. Thankfully, I was not let down.This album more than made up for the previous. The songs are a real testament for the talent these guys had. Some of the highlights are "Ain't That A Kick In The Head", "Eee-O-11", "I'm Gonna Live Til I Die"(I've adopted that one as my theme song...). The whole mix is of such great quality of sound that I can picture myself sitting in the front row at the Sands. The upbeat tunes are equally spaced between the soulful croones so it's impossible to get bored.I suggest that anyone who likes to swing and have a good time buy this album. It'll liven up any clam-bake and will defintely make you look like a big-leaguer instead of a harvey."
A Real "Best Of" Package
Bill Mydo | Twin Peaks, WA | 07/21/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Unlike other Rat Pack "Best of" compilations out there, which tend to be a collection of Frank Sinatra standards with a little Dean and even less of Sammy thrown in, this is a true, balanced package highlighting all three entertainers' talents equally.
Even more fun are two duets, "Sam's Song," and "Me and My Shadow" on the CD featuring Sammy and Dean and Frank and Sammy. These are a lot of fun to listen to. The musical repoire between these guys is pure magic.
This isn't one of the live discs - for one of those, check out "Rat Pack Live at the Sands" - but rather, a collection of studio material. But they're nice selections, 18 songs in all, and the CD flows. In fact, the ones they've chosen are particularly appropriate, as most of the songs are favorites of the Rat Pack - the ones they performed in their legendary shows.
Even if you already own a lot of Dean, Frank, and Sammy music, this is a nice collection to have."
A CD OF CLASSICS
A. Marbach | Sometimes Sunny California | 02/23/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a great cd of all the best of the Rat Pack, in my opinion. You can never go wrong with Frank, Dean and Sammy.The best part about this CD you ask? It is track 18- the EE-OO-11 song that was sprinkled throughout the original Ocean's 11 Movie."
These Three Guys Can Never be Topped!! Great CD!!
S. Henkels | Devon, Pa United States | 12/16/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The new Ocean's 11 movie may be as good as the 41 year old original. But the question is," Can any of the fellows in the new rendition compare to these originals"? Notably, there are no big actors around today with the musical/performing heft of the originals!! Frank,Dean, and Sam were simply one a kind ,the Beatles for grownups, something seemingly unimaginable today. This CD just proves the point,as if it needed any more proof. Two of Frank's semi-rare 1950's singles, "I'm Gonna Live..",and "Mr. Success" are here, and perhaps they steal the show. "Tender Trap" and "You Make Me Feel so Young" have always been in his standard repertoire,but fit the fun and high living mode here to a T. "Me and My Shadow", with Sam and Frank is their only studio recording together, more great fun.Sam's "Lotta Living to Do", "Birth of the Blues" and E-O-ll just add to the fun. And Dean's "Volare" is his best effort,though his singular tipsiness is apparent on all his efforts...All in all,a great show not to be missed,even if there are no live versions.Sam's Song is fine here, but the fun and laughs are way over the top on the live performances! Go for it!!!"
Kings of Kool
S. Henkels | 03/24/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Even if you don't have a chauffer, limousine and stacks of folding green you can place this CD in your player, slip off your mary janes and with a little gasoline take yourself back to the time when music was better than today's. This CD features studio tracks from the 3 core Rat Pack members FAS, Dag and Smokie. I personally didn't have any of these studio tracks so I found it to a real barn burner. So buy it and let's start the action!"