Midnight In Moscow
Featuring The Instrumental Sounds Of Gloria Tracy
Arranged by Jud De Naut
Hanna-Barbera Records HLP-8501
Hanna-Barbera apparently "introduced" Tracy to the record buying public on this set.
From a 1964 Sarasota Herald-Tribune article: Unlike most harpists, Miss Tracy doesn't concentrate on classical music. She prefers jazz. "But it's not progressive jazz," she said. "It's music that people can understand. I'm trying to bring the harp down to where people can understand it."
Excellent early 60s light pop/jazz.
1965 press photo