An underground classic from Karen Dalton – a record that's almost out of time, given its early 70s release – as Karen sings with spare backings that are almost in a Folkway Records mode at points, but with all these headier currents that are also indicative of the Bay Area generation too! Dalton's voice is completely unique too – unlike anything you'll ever hear – phrasing that almost hearkens back both to vintage jazz and Appalachian folk, but a style that's more long hair – as are some of the backings too. The set was recorded upstate in Bearsville
– and really has all the hallmarks of the freedoms of that scene at the time – summed up beautifully on material that includes "Something On Your Mind", "In A Station", "Take Me", "Same Old Man", "Are You Leaving For The Country", "Katie Cruel", and "How Sweet It Is".
(Individually numbered, limited super deluxe edition with 2LP 180 45rpm vinyl, a bonus heavyweight 12 inch EP, 7 inch, 20-page booklet and more!)