Texas student Ginji James was a prime example of the early-'70s ethos. Major companies stuffed their release sheets with albums by unknown and untried acts. Brunswick was no less guilty. The fact that this hot-panted Bachelor of Science could actually sing was a bonus. Her only LP, Love Is A Merry-Go-Round, released in 1970, was packed with Acklin numbers and many good tracks. Ginji has got a style which is both sweet and deep, something that makes her a perfect fit for the sweeping, loping arrangements of the record, very much in the best Chi-soul style of the time.