In My Own Time is the second and final studio album by Karen Dalton, released by Paramount Records in 1971. The album was produced by Harvey Brooks and was the last of Dalton's work to be released before her death in 1993. In My Own Time was reissued by Light in the Attic in 2006.
To hear Karen Dalton sing "How Sweet It Is" or "When a Man Loves a Woman" is to hear the song completely transformed. Dalton even changes the lyrics at the end of "When a Man Loves a Woman", fitting them to her female perspective.
In My Own Time is the second and last album the mercurial singer Karen Dalton ever cut. Following It's So Hard to Tell Who's Going to Love You the Best, producers Michael Lang and Harvey Brooks (Dalton's longtime friend and the bassist on both her records) did something decidedly different on In My Own Time (titled after the slow process of getting the album done - in Dalton's relaxed and idiosyncratic manner of recording). and the result is a more polished effort than her cozy, somewhat more raw debut. In My Own Time is the better of her two offerings in so many ways, not the least of which is the depth she is willing to go inside a song to draw its meaning out, even if it means her own voice cracks in the process. The material is choice, beginning with Dino Valente's gorgeous "Something on Your Mind.
Executive-Producer – Marv Grafton, Michael Lang. Executive-Producer – Chris Ferraro, Josh Wright. Matrix, Runout: LMW/CA KAREN DALTON IN MY OWN TIME F2 CD 6890-0002. Mastering SID Code: none. Mould SID Code: none.
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Karen Dalton isn't a well heard of name. Never is her distinct voice. She's one of those back lighted artists that hid behind the shades of the biggers but was always there, never having the same success as other Folk-bluesers at the time. Furthermore, she holds only two albums in her thirty year career. Her second album, In My Own Time, was released in 1971 - twenty two years before her passing - and assuredly is an alluring whisper in Folk Blues. Dalton is seen midway turning as she steps, hands in pockets, across a dirty road in a shaggy winter setting on In My Own Times cover