A whole lotta '60s Soul from Ty Karim and a great Producer, Kent Harris.
The, shall we say, "signature" song of the collection is "Lighten Up Baby", pressed in four variations, sassy and swingin' at the same time.
We have another late sixties opus, "All At Once" here in two variations: the "alternate vocal" is much rougher but makes the cut just as strong - octave-leaping wails drop the cherry right on top of the tasty entry.
Something especially interesting for Little Richard fans in that "Only A Fool" is a new vocal and melody over a Wally Long arrangement of the Platters' "Only You", which Richard committed to disc in '64. There's another track called "I Ain't Lying" which sounds to this Reviewer as the same treatment applied to another Richard 1964 cover, "Memories Are Made Of This".
Not necessary to run for the Chart Books - Ty has triumphed without those "numbers". Some real, raw Soul on the distaff side, with sounds that will not dissuade collectors of Brunswick and King records.