Here you have it: 89 tracks on four discs totalling nearly five hours of the music with which the incomparable Ms. O'Day launched her one-of-a-kind career. Also included is a fully illustrated 40 page booklet written by jazzpert Joop Visser that provides a detailed look at these early years of Anita's career. It's all here, from the classic uptempo "Let Me Off Uptown" that put her on the map and buoyed the careers of both Roy Eldridge and Gene Krupa to the ultimate hardboiled gal tune, "And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine" that gave the Stan Kenton Orchestra their first big hit to her classic laid back set with the Nat King Cole Trio to her high energy reunion with the Krupa Orchestra and much more, all for one amazing low price.
Disc 11. Alreet 2:36
Disc 21. Fightin' Doug Mac Arthur 2:57
Disc 31. Them There Eyes 2:38
Disc 41. How High The Moon 2:51