Betty Carter gave us something pretty special with this mellow, deeply musical album. If you are a jazz collecter, this is going to be something you want to hear. The title track is one of the loveliest, bluest melodies I've ever heard. There are no lyrics until the final minute of the song (it's all Betty's slow scat, tenor saxophone, killer base, drums, and piano) and when she finally lays the words on you, they're so poignant: "We haven't met since then. Gee, but it's nice to see you again." I mean, it all comes together right at that moment. It'd be nice to see a singer like Betty Carter again.