Originally released in 1983, vocalist Ruth Price, showcases her deep emotional voice along with Tom Garvin's inseparable styling that has created a sentimental and heartfelt collection of tunes. Growing up near Philadelphia, she was not shy from the world of jazz she was immersed into at a young age and has continued throughout the years with one exception, when she was married to Dave Grusin. She has performed with Charlie Ventura, John Coltrane, Red Garland, Philly Joe Jones and Harry James at the Monterey Jazz Festival. She also released earlier albums on the Kapp and Roost labels. By the time she arrived in L.A., she began working with Shelly Manne and also worked on TV opposite Dick Van Dyke and the comedy team of Rowan and Martin. Becoming part of the L.A. in-crowd she also appeared on the Tonight Show and today runs The Jazz Bakery. She has been noted during her career as "one of the best big band singers", "an artist's representation of the self", "inherent good taste in her style and choice of material", "Price delivers them with consuming intimacy", and finally, "This disk is so fine". This album featured musicians include Tom Garvin on piano, Andy Simpkins on bass, Roy McCurdy on drums and Pete Christlieb on tenor sax. [Note: This product is an authorized CD-R and is manufactured on demand].