I really feel that of all the "girl singers" who have such superb talent, Kiki Dee has been the most underrated. She was s teenager when she was recording for Fontana and she possessed a mature voice with an amazing range. She was the first British woman to record on the Tamla/Motown label and Kiki Dee knows how to put over any song put in front of her. Even at this early phase in her career, she had fine phrasing and a sublime voice that equalled Dusty's honey-coated quality and Lulu's ability to belt out a rock song. This was Kiki Dee's second label to record on after leaving Fontana who released an album (unimaginatively entitled "I'm Kiki Dee") and, like Fontana, Tamla/Motown failed to promote Kiki Dee. Released in 1970, the album didn't include all of the recorded songs but they are here on this marvelous CD. While not truly the Motown sound, Kiki Dee is a fine interpreter of songs and this is a very enjoyable CD to listen to and several of these songs stay in one's mind such as "The Day Will Come Between Sunday and Monday", "Johnny Raven","Oh Be My Love", "Love is a Warm Kind of Sorrow", and "Put a Little Love In Your Heart". There are no bad songs on this CD and no bad renditions with Kiki Dee's fine voice in charge of the songs. I highly recommend this CD as I would recommend anything that Kiki Dee has recorded. She is an impeccible artist who has always chosen fine material. I look forward to more reissues of Kiki Dee albums with bonus tracks. Kiki Dee is among Britain's greatest female vocalists and I highly recommend checking out her latest release, "The Walk of Faith". She has evolved with the times.