Dorris (who passed away in March of this year), is one of the pioneers from the 1960's Folk scene. Her early efforts include collaborations with legends like Lord Buckley. With Trevor Lucas she played with Election in the European Folk rounds. This, her latest release, comes many years after her last issues, showing once again that really good things in life just cannot be rushed. The variety of styles on this CD must be experienced directly. 'Adebimpe' sports horns that harken back to the beginnings of the Newport Jazz Festival. Dorris stamps out her own version of Billy Holiday's 'God Bless the Child'. 'Haiku' is a spoken-word piece that would have fit seamlessly on Joan Baez's Baptism. And the rest of numbers weigh in with Blues, Gospel, and many of the other genres informed by Dorris's contributions. 2006.