Connie Converse spent much of the 1950s living in New York City, trying to make a career as a musician with practically no success. However, she unwittingly invented many of the tropes of confessional singer-songwriters of the '60s and '70s, though no one outside of her closest friends ever heard her work. This collection of informally recorded living room sessions documents a thoroughly unique musician and lyricist years ahead of her time.
This more confident-sounding sixth studio album was a departure from Williams' earlier folk records, one that saw her lean into folk-rock, the '70s California vibe, and contemporary adult-alternative pop. Guests include Marshall Crenshaw and Ani DiFranco as well as members of the Hooters (Rob Hyman co-wrote two of the songs).