Before you listen to Chicago’s Miss Midori work through the 12 original and standard swing tunes on her debut album, check out her revealing glossies in the liner notes: low-cut nurse’s uniform, stand-up cleavage, thigh-high garters, stiletto pumps, pouty red lips. Yep, and that’s pretty much how she sings, too. Midori’s vocals blend parts of Dinah and Billie with the throwback purr of a mature Marilyn. On the opening cut, “Evil,” she swears she’s just a good girl gone a little bad; on the follow-up track, Midori claims to be pondering the “Temptation of Salvation,” but you just know she’s already slipped one foot under the sheets. The band is smoky-lounge crisp, and Midori is a commanding presence in more ways than one. Then again, that might be the pictures talking.