The only full album ever cut by Tina
Britt – a great female soul singer who really should have scored big with work like this! Tina
was a discovery of Juggy Murray – the Sue Records soul powerhouse who'd helped set fire in the careers of Inez Foxx, Baby Washington, and Tina Turner
– and who seemed about to do the same thing with his great work producing this excellent little set. For the record, Juggy combines some of the grittier sounds of his work on Sue with the deeper soul touches that were coming from the southern scene of the time – and he sets Tina
up with a great batch of material heavy on influences from Memphis and Muscle Shoals. One of the tracks are originals, but Tina
sings them as if they were her own – and titles include "Key To the Highway", "Hawg For You", "My Lover's Prayer", "Who Was That", and "You Ain't Nothing But In The Way".
(Cover has some wear and an Audition Copy stamp on back.)