This double cd is well worth the money as it contains 55 tracks altogether. It follows the same format as the previous two releases, and it does not disappoint. Obviously some artists are featured again with different hits, but that is not an adverse criticism. Despite my age, I can remember nearly all of those hits from the early years, in particular Jerry Keller's "Here Comes Summer", and Neil Sedaka's "Calendar Girl". The arrangement of the tracks has been well thought out, with a good mixture of instrumentals, groups,and male and female vocalists.Perhaps the next compilation will include Lonnie Donegan's wonderful "My Old Man's A Dustman", and something by The Ventures. Even another offering by Bernard Cribbins -was it called "Hole In The Ground"?- would add to the eclectic nature of the selections. Altogether a thoroughly enjoyable trip back to the hits down memory lane. I shall look forward to the next selection.