Moonlight Serenade is an album by Carly Simon which was released on July 19, 2005 by Columbia Records.
The album was nominated for a Grammy Award for "Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album."
- Moonlight Serenade
- I've Got You Under My Skin
- I Only Have Eyes For You
- Alone Together
- In The Still Of The Night
- The More I See You
- Where Or When
- My One And Only Love
- All The Things You Are
- How Long Has This Been Going On
"Moonlight Serenade" debuted at #7 on the Billboard 200, selling 58,000 copies during its first week, making it Simon's first Top 10 album in the United States since her 1978 album, "Boys in the Trees."
Allmusic's Thom Jurek wrote that Simon "delivers these 12 songs with panache, savvy, and just a touch of sass."
Entertainment Weekly gave the album a "B-", writing: "Compared with the general loveliness of Torch, Carly Simon’s 1981 set of standards, this generic collection, Moonlight Serenade, a reunion with ”You’re So Vain” producer Richard Perry, disappoints. With the rubber-chicken supper-club stylings of the title track, a drowsily synthesized ”I Only Have Eyes for You,” and a clumsy speed-up of Harry James’ ”The More I See You,” it’s up to Simon’s voice — with its shadings of Rosemary Clooney — to rescue the proceedings from disaster. It comes close."