In 1957, Bonnie Guitar recorded the haunting original version of Dark Moon. Two years later, she signed with RCA Victor and recorded several sessions with a small band of Los Angeles session veterans, augmented by voices on one session, and strings on another. The result was some of the most blissfully poignant vocals ever committed to tape. On a par with Julie London, Peggy Lee, or any of the era’s finest female artists. Singing in her languid ultra-lounge style and playing her white Gretsch Country Club guitar, Bonnie brought her distinctive, sultry vocal style to songs that were originally hits for The Ink Spots (Maybe) and Sanford
Clark (The Fool); plus newer material from young songwriters like Hal David, Jeff Barry, and Harlan Howard.
To that, she added a couple of her own originals. Four of these sides were released as singles; the rest remained unreleased in their original form
until now. With new input from Bonnie Guitar, Todd Everett's liner notes tell the whole story.