A wealth of music from Timi Yuro – the CD debut of a great late 60s album, plus lots of never-issued material as well! First up is the 1968 record Something Bad On My Mind – a set that's done in a style that's more mature and sophisticated than some of her earlier singles, but equally soulful too! The album was partly recorded in the UK – with arrangements from Les Reed and Ian Green, who almost give Yuro this British take on America
n soul – a vibe that's a bit like that you'd hear from Dusty
Springfield, but more spacious and with more emotive lines from Timi – and the rest of the record was cut back in the states, with charts from Belford Hendricks. Titles include the killer popcorn groove
r "It'll Never Be Over For Me" – plus "Hey Girl", "Something Bad On My Mind", "When You Were Mine", "When He Wants A Woman", "I Can't Believe I'm Losing You", "I Must Have Been Out Of My Mind", and "Wrong". CD then includes 12 more rare bonus tracks from the Liberty Records vaults – spanning years of Timi's time at the label, and including "Just When It Looked like Forever", "Wishing It Was You", "It's Just A Matter Of Time", "Afraid Of Tomorrow", "Yesterday's Memories", "I Get Ideas", and "There's A Way".