I've said it before, I'll say it again. Betty Harris is one of the very few artists I've posted who actually owns the rights to some of her recordings. If you haven't already, ya'll really should consider buying one of the various comps of her work if you like what ya hear.
It's been my experience that this is a tough-ish record to find. I've bought both of the only two copies I've ever run into, this one just recently, at the Austin record convention. Of course, my experience is purely subjective, for all I know your local record shop may be chock full of copies, but it does say something that the record usually goes for decent bucks on Ebay when it pops up.
This is another of Harris' records on Sansu I find a little sonically disappointing. I'd like to think the problem is in the mastering or the pressing rather than the mix, but honestly, I don't know enough to say one way or the other. In short, the problem's not with my copy, this is actually a very nice one [that's why I bought]....as far as I know, they all sound this way.
I should also mention that this rip sounds slightly slower than what you'll hear on most comps. We checked the speed on the turntable with one of those graduated mat thingies and it reads correctly. It's fairly common that recordings are speeded up on comps to give them more "snap".
Hope ya'll enjoy....