1-CD with 20-page booklet, 26 tracks. Playing time approx. 71 mns.
The youngest of Mother Maybelle's three daughters, Anita Carter had a pure soprano voice ideally suited to the sort of folk material she recorded for Mercury between 1962 and 1964. That material included Carter Family standards (she and sister Helen sing Wildwood Flower) and the album's title song, Anita's original version of which is quite different from her famous brother-in-law's. This 26-song collection is Anita's complete output for Mercury, and one of Nashville's most successful attempts to bridge the gap between country and the burgeoning folk boom. Other titles include Satan's Child, Fair And Tender Ladies, All My Trials, I Never Will Marry, and Bury Me Beneath The Willow.