Reissue with the latest remastering and the original cover artwork. Comes with a description written in Japanese. Janice Lakers is a singer we only know from this one album – but she's a hip vocalist with a very compelling style – one that's very much in the best mode of some of the cooler American jazz singers of the late 70s! The song choices are great – some hipper jazz standards – and she's got a way of opening up with the lyrics that's far different than older vocal modes of the 50s – instead nearer to the territory of artists like Janet Lawson or Judy Roberts. Backing is by a hip trio with Debbie Poryes on piano – who really open up with their own sense of presence on the record, too – and titles include "Waltz For Debby", "Like A Lover", "Falling Grace", "Rainbow Lady", "In Your Own Sweet Way", and a nicely grooving take on "Moondance".
Sir Clifford Chatterley, a wealthy pit owner, is wheelchair bound as a result of wounds sustained during the war. His wife Constance continues to love him even though their conjugal life is at an end. Sir Clifford is so desperate for an heir to his great fortune that he suggests his wife should become pregnant by another man. Constance is shocked by this proposal; she cannot bear the idea of being unfaithful to her husband. Then she meets Mellors, Sir Clifford’s gamekeeper.