First, I will say that the sound on this CD is excellent. It is obvious that Ben Liebrand loves music and he has painstakingly sought out the original masters for the selections he has chosen to place on Volume 9 of his Grand 12" series. However, as others have already mentioned, some of the selections are questionable, especially when so many disco-era classics are MIA on CD (or, if they exist, they are of poor quality). I'm not sure why "Forget Me Nots" is repeated here when it appeared on Volume 1. Shannon's "Give Me Tonight" is the actual LP version and not a dub version as stated on the CD track list and is readily available elsewhere. This version of Georgio's "Lover's Lane" is the weakest version of the song that was released on 12"...what happened to the much better (and rarer) Club Mix or Georgio's Love Dance Mix? This volume also includes an odd version of "Pull Up to the Bumper" that lacks most of Grace Jones' vocals. I agree with others that the inclusion of another Gary's Gang obscurity is a waste of space, especially when it is virtually impossible to find quality versions of Patti Labelle's "Music is My Way of Life", Theo Vaness's "No Romance", "Bad, Bad Boy" and "Sentimentally It's You", Tata Vega's "Just Keep Thinking About You", CJ & Company's "Devil's Gun", "I'm Here Again" by Thelma Houston, "Don't Hold Back" by Chanson, or the full 12" version of Stephanie Mills' "Put Your Body In It." And gosh I love Donna Summer, but why not try for the rare 12" mix of "With Your Love" or "Down Deep Inside"? I understand that Mr. Liebrand selects songs that mean something to him, but if I'm the one being asked to buy the product, I'd like to get some of the rare songs from back in the day that were actually played in clubs. William DeVaughn? Rod? Unique? I know of these artists and their songs, but never heard them in a club.