This is a wonderful taster for those just discovering Freddy, which features many of his best known recordings from the 1960s. I don't have my copy of the cd in front of me, but suspect that all tracks were originally released on the Federal label. Those familiar with the John Mayall albums with Clapton, Green and Taylor will be familiar with Hideaway, Stumble and Sidetracked. Also featured is San Ho Zay, which Stan Webb recorded whilst with Chicken Shack. Many others have recorded Freddy's songs, and included amongst those here are Tore Down, C C Baby and Have You Ever Loved A Woman. The cd shows Freddy to be a highly inventive player, who developed a style all of his own, and it is no surprise that he is a major influence on just about every blues and rock guitarist who heard him. This is essential listening for all blues guitar fans, but don't stop here - there is a wealth of other Freddy King material out there to be discovered!