Easily the most comprehensive collection we've ever seen of the work of Kay Starr – one that's filled with surprises, as well as a fair bit of previously unreleased work! Many titles here are making it to CD for the first time ever, and the compilation does a great job of showing all sides of Kay's work – her initial big
band recordings, sublime twangy 50s pop, and even more country-styled tunes cut as the 60s approached. Throughout it all, that amazing Starr approach holds strong – one of the most distinct voices of her generation – sad at times, sweet at others, but always instantly recognizable! 3CD set features a whopping 75 titles in all – including "Was That The Human Thing To Do", "Oceans Of Tears", "Nobody", "The Man Upstairs", "Changing Partners", "Fool Fool Fool", "Comes A Long A Love", "Allez Vous En", "Bossa Nova Casanova", "Cherche La Rose", "It Might Work", "Look On The Brighter Side", "Oklahoma Hills", "Well I Ask Ya", "The Rough Riders", "The Good Life
", "Alone At The Table", "Baby You're Flying Too High", and "Goodbye Charlie".
(Out of print.)