Xpanded edition of this fine record (a compilation of odds and ends that actually made a very cohesive album), not available on vinyl since 1972. Includes 6 additional singles/b-sides from the era. Stunning limited edition of Dusty's 1972 collection, expanded to two discs to celebrate it's 50th anniversary in 2022. Features the original album plus a mini-LP of bonus cuts from the period, both re-mastered at Abbey Road - Enhanced artwork with added photos and archive material -Heavyweight BLACK vinyl -Long out of print Technically Dusty's seventh studio album, See All Her Faces is a collection of tracks from the late 1960s and early 1970s, and released on the Philips label in 1972. The original album was never released in the U. S. , though some of the tracks had appeared on singles there. Amongst the many highlights was the bossa nova-influenced title track, another bossa style number, Come for a Dream, co-written by Antonio Carlos Jobim, as well as beautifully orchestrated pop ballads, like I Start Counting, and a stab at a Motown-style groover Girls It Ain't Easy. There were also some deeply soulful tracks, echoing her 'In Memphis' LP, such as Tony Joe White's Willie & Laura Mae Jones, as well as featuring songwriting royalty in the shape of Goffin & King's That Old Sweet Roll (Hi-De-Ho), Jimmy Webb's album-opener Mixed Up Girl and Greenwich and Barry co-writes - What Good Is I Love You and Nothing Is Forever. Bonus tracks - This unique package includes an additional LP of rare tracks, recordings from the shelved 'Faithful' album along with out-takes from the original album sessions.