"My Shy Violet" was the follow-up to the Mills Brothers' 1968 comeback hit "Cab Driver." It wasn't as successful as its predecessor, but did well on the easy listening charts, where the Mills Brothers briefly found a home in the late '60s. The group's sound during this period was very much in keeping with then-current trends in adult contemporary music, right down to the "Nashville Sound"-influenced country-pop arrangements comparable to those heard on Perry Como and Dean Martin albums from the same period. My Shy Violet is ...