A superb American Jazz vocalist. Her greatest hit, the song title of this album from which it came "The Late, Late Show" will be remembered for millennia to come. Of the album, which was one of the fastest selling of all time, AllMusic critic Scott Yanow wrote "Singer Dakota Staton's first full-length album was one of her best. She had a hit with "The Late, Late Show" and performed memorable versions of "Broadway," "A Foggy Day," "What Do You See in Her," "My Funny Valentine" and "Mooney." Backed by a largely unidentified orchestra arranged by Van Alexander (with Hank Jones on piano), Staton sounds both youthful and mature, displaying a highly appealing voice on a near-classic set."
Vinyl is well and strong, but is afflicted with a few scratches. Box is a survivor, but has suffered slightly.
Matrix No: T1 - 876 IN