Finally, a compilation that does 'The Platters' justice. Although not comphrensive, there are four tracks missing to my scant knowledge of this great groups Mercury recordings, but there are 88 glorious others to enjoy. Tony Williams in my opinion is one of the greatest singers ever, and stands alongside other such singers as Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison and Sam Cooke. As these tracks are now in the public domain I feared for the quality of this package but overall it's a quality item. The cd's are housed in a card sleeve, however, on the plus side the sleeve has label scans, lp sleeves and pics of the group printed on it. There's a great 24 page colour booklet. The tracks themselves sound great, all the top 50 hits are on here with B sides and some album tracks. On cd 3 the version of 'To each his own' is an odd mix not the one I'm use to, also the version of 'Harbour Lights' is without the beginning section of - chimes and sea noises etc. why? Overall, a couple of niggles but the majority of tracks sound great as does Tony Williams of course. Buy this and you'll be in 'Heaven on earth'.