01 - Lay Down Your Weary Tune 02 - When My Dream Boat Comes Home 03 - If I Could Be With You 04 - June Night 05 - Who Can I Turn To 06 - This Is My Country 07 - Who's Sorry Now 08 - It's You Or No One 09 - I'm Still Around 10 - When You're Smiling 11 - People 12 - Matchmaker
Vocalist Bill Henderson began singing professionally in Chicago in 1952, where he worked with Ramsey Lewis, later moving to New York and working with Horace Silver and Jimmy Smith. He recorded several albums for Vee-Jay in the early '60s before this LP for Verve in 1965, and 2 more albums for a small label in the '70s and rarely since. He sings blues, ballads, and swing tunes as well as jazz, this album and his cover of Lay Down Your Weary Tune is more pop-music in style. Still, this is one of the earliest vocal Dylan covers by anyone in the jazz world. To my knowledge, this recording has not been issued on CD.