Whilst this CD made me dig out all the vinyl albums, it's more than just a "cover" album, it seems to be coherent attempt to re-interpret what are quirky yet considered views of elements of Dory's life. That it works is not just about Kate Dimbleby, but also (and as importantly) it's about the sympathetic support that she receives from Naadia Sheriff who adds not only piano, but also in places accordian, percussion, organ (Hammond B3?) and some eerily effective vocal harmony and support. It leaves Dimbleby to interpret the songs in her own style, with fantastically clear enunciation and diction.It means that some of the 'lesser' known songs have new life. My favourites are "The Lady with the braid", "Lemon Haired Ladies" and especially "Angels and Devils". I bet it's a stunning live show! This is an album not only for those who already know Previn's work, but also a great way into the output of two emerging talents. I'm inclined to say "Wonderful!", but it's rather more than that.