This is a good solid compilation, but not a great one. That's not to say, it doesn't have any outstanding tracks because it does. The cd lasts for just under an hour (59.17mins.) and it comes with a 12 page booklet in B/W. The tracks are all from the 60's (1963 - 68) bar one, most are mid to uptempo numbers. Of the 24 tracks there are 11 previously unissued from the vaults of RCA and many are very good. One of the unissued tracks is the original of 'You only live twice' by Lorraine chandler this is a great version and much better than the final film track by Nancy Sinatra. Other outstanding tracks are Roy Hamilton's version of 'Reach out for me' - what a great singer he was and no wonder he was much loved by Elvis. Kenny Carter's 'I've gotta find her' is great as is 'What kind of love is this' by a young Johnny Nash. Overall, most of the tracks are good,if not great, but there are a handfull of fantastic forgotten gems to discover. Give it a go.