In this episode we're featuring an album from the marvellous Connie Smith - released towards the end of her time at RCA: "Just One Time" (1971). For a voice which George Jones has called his favourite female country vocal - Connie Smith remains criminally under-appreciated in the world country music. After bursting onto the scene with "Once A Day" in 1964, the pressure of the music business took it's toll and after a divorce in 1968, Smith scaled back public performances and recording. Taking solace in family and the church, this wholesome album - full of stories of love and loss, redemption and happiness - features the same effortless vocal mastery from the 4'11" Connie Smith as she's always had. Said vocals are on full display on tracks like "Don't Walk Away", "I Don't Want Be With Me" and the obligatory sacred number "Wait For The Light To Shine".