The booklet notes do not describe the second album here (Sincerely) in flattering terms - quite the opposite - but somebody at Ace obviously felt the album worth re-issuing. I can see why some people would only be interested in the first album (All the way) but my tastes were always eclectic, and I enjoy both albums. It is also worth noting that Brenda's biggest American hits were mostly ballads (although she had a USA top 5 hit with Dum dum), while her biggest British hits were mostly rockers (although Dum dum failed to make the UK top 20). Brenda and her record label therefore had different sets of fans to satisfy. It nevertheless happened that following the success of Speak to me pretty (a rocking song from the first album here, which was released to promote a UK concert tour, became and remains her biggest UK hit), Brenda's four subsequent big UK hits were all ballads. The rocking Comin' on strong didn't make the UK charts.
Plenty of oldies are to be found, particularly on the second album. Particularly interesting to me is Brenda's mellow version of Hold me, a song written I 1933. I've heard several versions of this song, including those by Jeri Southern, P J Proby and Tina Charles, and there is clearly more than one way to interpret it.
Personally, I love both of these albums, but if you really only want her up-tempo songs, you won't find much here.