Eileen Farrell won acclaim and fame as an opera singer. She proved an effective, sometimes impressive standards and pre-rock performer, although she wasn't a jazz singer in any sense. This is a 14-song package from 1989 with arrangments by Louis McGlobon. The backing band includes fine trumpet and flugelhorn solos from Joe Wilder and an unusual instrumental bonus with the inclusion of vibist Jim Stack on some cuts.
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AllMusic Review by Ron Wynn