Possessor of a strong soprano voice, Teddi King collected quite a following when she came on the scene in the 1950s. Unfortunately, the era of rock 'n roll was about to erupt and eclipse what would have otherwise been a strong vocalist. What proved to be even more thwarting was the onset of a degenerative tissue disease which curtailed her performing, and she died at the age of 47 in 1977. Originally released in 1979, this album shows Teddi's exuberant, vital and swinging style. She's accompanied by pianist Loonis McGlohon (also arranger and leader), bassist Mel Alexander and drummer Jim Lackey.