Potential buyers should be aware that 'Monty Python's Flying Circus: 30 Musical Masterpieces' is *not& a collection of Python sketches, but rather an album of music from the DeWolfe music library, often plundered by the Pythons when making their classic BBC TV series. Many of these tracks have not been available elsewhere before, and so this is something of a treat for Python fans and enthusiasts of vintage library music alike. Highlights include the famous 'Liberty Bell', and my own personal favourite, 'Eye of Horus', a vaguely sinister piece of music accompanied by sound effects of rushing water, used in the 'Déjà Vu' sketch. It's slightly disappointing that the scope of this release couldn't be widened to include some of the DeWolfe music used in the film 'Monty Python and the Holy Grail', but hopefully there's potential for a follow-up volume to cover that. Nevertheless, this is still a fascinating selection of instrumental music, much of which will be very familiar to avid Python fans.