If you have discovered the glories of Dusty In Memphis and are wondering what to try next, then the answer is easy - try this under-rated gem from 1973! With Atlantic unable to emulate the success of Son Of A Preacher Man, in 1972 they released Dusty from contract and she signed to ABC/Dunhill. The new label teamed her with producers Steve Barri, Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter who were scoring big at the time with the Four Tops. The album they made with Dusty is among their best work ever. The opener, "Who Gets Your Love?" sets the tone - a slinky, sexy mid-tempo number that was the first release. Good as this is, the next track, "Breaking Up A Happy Home" lifts the tempo and is one of several smashes that somehow never were. Wonderful, Philly-inspired soul, with classic Dusty soulful vocal. What is so impressive with this record, though, is the depth and quality of material. Second single was the pretty, creamy "Mama's Little Girl", but even better are "Who Could Be Lovin' You Other Than Me?", a glorious cover of Van Morrison's "Tupelo Honey", and a truly searing version of Ashford and Simpson's "I Just Want To Be There". Amazingly, though, the very best is saved for last - "Learn To Say Goodbye" is a real classic; a great yearning ballad, that Dusty just sings for all that she is worth. Incredibly, at the time of release, ABC/Dunhill had cashflow problems that meant the record had no marketing budget, and Dusty was unavailable for promotion as her personal struggles were beginning to take their toll. As a result, the album dropped into obscurity, but recently has started to be re-discovered and to receive the kind of appreciation that it always merited. If you love Dusty and/or quality soul, then buy this - you will truly never regret it!!!