this was sort of the turning point in my Dusty fandom. I'd already had her greatest hits and Memphis
for a few years. I had just moved to New York City when i saw this on a cable station called Ovation in 2004. I was so into it I taped it on VHS when the repeated it later that night. I still have the tape.
this is when i first learned of Dusty's sexuality. This is when I first came to fully realize the impact she had on popular culture in the 60's. When I first heard Jerry Wexler tell that story about Dusty in the studio ("more track, i can still hear myself"). This is when i started digging deeper.
LTD was still a few years away. But this was when i began to connect with Dusty not only as a marvelous singer, but as a true artist, and as a kindred spirit.