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On the second chorus of "All of Me" Vaughan bops in "a quite extraordinary fashion, covering more than two octaves" (from the sleeve notes). "Pennies from Heaven" is taken slower than is usual and Vaughan creates a brand new melody the second time around, a kind of descant improvising on the original tune.
Eight of the tracks, recorded on April 2, 1954, with John Malachi on piano and Joe Benjamin on bass, were originally released that year on a 10-inch LP entitled Images.
The initial Billboard review from November 1957 said the album was a "commentary on Miss Vaughan's high level of professionalism and ease in jazz environment. Relaxed quality is keynote here as the singer makes the difficult sound easy." The Billboard review highlighted "Words Can't Describe", which noted that it was given an "especially cogent reading".
On 7 September 2009, EMI Records release a special edition of the album exclusively to digital download. This re-issue features all of the album's original recordings re-mastered by Abbey Road Studios from original 1/4" stereo master tapes. A digital booklet containing original album artwork, detailed track information and rare photographs will be available from iTunes with purchases of the entire album re-issue.
This was the group's second album release in 1977 (although the previous album had been recorded in 1976) and was led by the single, "Angelo". The single was released in June 1977 and became one of the group's biggest hits, reaching No.1 in the UK and spending 10 weeks in the top 10.
The album was released on Pye Records in late October 1977 and also featured the follow-up single, "Highwayman". The second single failed to enter the UK charts, but did feature on the "breakers" section for two weeks in November 1977. In this month, the group appeared on TV's Royal Variety Performancebefore the Queen, but rather than promote their latest single, they elected to perform "Angelo". "Highwayman" fared better however in the Netherlands and Belgium where it reached #15 and #18 respectively. Unlike previous albums where different songs were released in different countries, these were the only two singles released from this album anywhere.Images failed to chart in the UK despite its release being surrounded by No.1 singles "Angelo" and "Figaro". In some European countries, another song "Circus" had been featured as the B-side to "Angelo" and was included on the album, replacing "The Night of My Life". The B-side to "Highwayman", "Star" (also included on the album), was retitled in some territories as "Superstar". As well as the two singles from this album, three songs; "All Night", "Star" and "You Can Say That Again" were issued as B-sides.