I discovered Emitt Rhodes' Mirror in a thrift store in Sun City. He's a talented songwriter who sounds like Paul McCartney. This combines his four albums. The last one frankly isn't that good. But the first three contain many good songs such as She's such a beauty, Mother Earth, and You're a very lovely woman. Also check out his band Merry-Go-Round that he did before going solo.
Edythe Wright was Tommy Dorsey's singer. She proved she could swing with Dipsy Doodle and Comin' Through the Rye. Dipsy Doodle was later covered by Beverly Kenney in great effect in her Like Yesterday album. Edythe's ballad Did I remember? is pretty good. This is out of print unfortunately but if you come across it pick it up.
This album features Liz Damon's Orient Express version of Wave. I've heard many Brazilian versions but this is my favorite of the song. Liz Damon's voice sounds pretty here. Also Quando, Quando, Quando is fun. This is a worthwhile effort from the lounge act from Hawaii.
This is a collection of Jan Howard's earliest recordings. The One you slip around with is, the hit, is the best here. Skeeter Davis did a good version of it but Jan's better. I've got my pride is good here too.