Some of the earliest work we've ever seen from Kitty
White – and some of the most haunting as well! The album has tracks with Kitty
singing only with accompaniment on harp – played by Corky Hale with a really dark, moody sort of sound – one that works perfectly with the bluer notes in Kitty
's vocals. Other numbers feature a bit of flute from Bud Shank – equally blue sounds that really set a great feel for the record, and expand the release past the original tracks on the initial 10" format. There's almost a somber feel to the record – and titles include "Autumn Leaves", "That's All", "Glad To Be Unhappy", "Black Is The Color", "Yesterdays", "Long Ago & Far Away", "Everyday's A Sad Old Day", and "I'm Glad There Is You".
(Heavy original pressing, with promo stamps. Cover has some wear, clear tape on the seams, and a Demonstration stamp on front.)