Singer-songwriter Diane Hildebrand, who also released an recording for Elektra in 1969, could be most widely known for having co-written “MORNING HOURS Blues and Greens,” included in the Monkees on the 1967 album Head office. Having your track covered like a Monkees’ LP monitor is nothing at all to become ashamed of, but nor is it something you intend to bill as your job highlight. Her recording confirmed her position as a vocalist/songwriter, her slim voice delivering typical material that experienced nothing to create her stick out in a packed field. When there is any stage of research among additional performers of her period, it really is low-key pop-folk-rock, with sympathetic complete creation that bears just a little (but not significant amounts of) similarity to Linda Ronstadt’s early folk-rock times. The variations are that Hildebrand published or co-wrote all her tunes, but additionally that Ronstadt’s early Rock Poneys and solo information were far better.