My god, this is really pretty awful. Unless you're one of those weirdos who actually likes the fake rock songs from Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, which is what this sounds like if you're otherwise being charitable.
If the name Carolyn Hester doesn't ring a bell, she was one of the original girl singers of the late 50s/early 60s folk revival; she was married for a time to the iconic Richard Farina, and apparently she was boinking Bob Dylan at some point (Dylan played on her third album, produced by the legendary John Hammond).
The song above, from 1968, comes from her attempted psychedelic album move; it bombed, obviously, and she's been more or less a marginal cult figure ever since. "Holy" Greil Marcus pretty much nailed the reason why in his classic Mystery Train -- Hester, he wrote, was "gorgeous, but hopelessly untalented."
Of course, if for some reason you're so perverse of ears as to want to hear the rest of the record, you can download it -- along with much, much else -- over at the fabulous redtelephone66.