Like One Day Music's other two and three CDs collections of the music from a single label or related labels, this set includes both songs that probably will be familiar to you and some you have not heard before. But unlike some of the other CDs in this series, many of the artists will probably be familiar (Chuck Berry, Freddy Cannon, Danny and the Juniors, Glen Campbell, etc.) but you may not recognize these cuts, as the songs included on these CDs are generally from smaller American labels and usually are not the artist's most popular recordings. Like all of the sets in this series, this one was produced in the U.K. and takes advantage of the fact that a music copyright last only 50 years there, so records released in 1962 or earlier are no longer covered, which is why this year was chosen as the cut off date for this set. (Perhaps in next 25 years other sets will be released covering 1963 through 1985, the year Quality records ended as a label offering new American recordings to Canadians.) Sound recording in the late '50s and early '60s was primitive by today's standards and only some of the cuts on this set are in stereo. The notes on this set are minimal, primarily giving an overview of the history of the Quality label and information about only a few of the recording artists included on the discs. Go to One Day Music's website for track listings and other information about any of its CD sets.