Only six songs, but six from Linda Jones
are like ten from someone else. It was recorded during one of Linda's performances in Ohio in the early '70s. It's obviously a bootleg taping made by a concert patron, which Sequel thankfully remastered and released. Jones
died a few years later, and this is her only live recording known to exist. Her interpretations of two Falcon tunes and Jerry Butler's "For Your Precious Love" makes this a must-buy, not to mention the dramatic "That's When I'll Stop Loving You," where Linda
recites a laundry list of events that would have to occur before she left her man; but then, everything Linda
sings becomes a drama. Linda
had a unique way of phrasing that distanced her from the also-rans. She was truly amazing and left us much too quick.