Judy Hart did an obscure, Jack port Nitzsche-produced solitary in the first ’60s for the Staccatto label, “That’s More than enough”/”Oh, Didn’t He Ramble.” Since it works out, though, Judy Hart is truly a pseudonym for Judy Henske, the well-known folk and folk-rock vocalist who recorded later on in the 1960s for Elektra, Mercury, Reprise, and Right. “That’s Enough,” compiled by Nitzsche, is definitely a passable pop/rock and roll ditty having a gospel experience to Hart/Henske’s vocals. The gospel-blues experience is much even more prominent within the cover of W.C. Handy’s “Oh, Didn’t He Ramble,” though ironically taking into consideration Nitzsche’s status, the production is definitely within the slim and sparse part. The record is of historical curiosity, but it can be an interesting example, among many others, of obscure rock and roll recordings performed by musicians who had been known mainly as folk performers in the first ’60s, done prior to folk-rock occurred. Henske and Nitzsche works together once again in the middle-’60s for a few (only slightly much less) obscure rock and roll recordings on Reprise.