I saw Duane Eddy at the Lewisham Gaumont in March 1960 and I'm still a big fan. I have kept my collection of all his London-label 45's and LP's. I thought nothing could sound better than the vinyl, but this collection is a revelation. The original masters have been digitally cleaned - but not too much; the studio ambience is still there (note the introduction to Shazam, is it Duane leading in with "one, two"?), and I can vouch by comparison with my 45's that these are not re-recordings. But the biggest surprise was that so many of the classics (not Rebel Rouser) were mixed onto stereo masters that have been used for this compilation. And what an improvement! The sound stage becomes uncluttered. The Rebel Yells and the saxophone don't muddy the guitar twang and the strings add a beautiful overlay to tracks such as "Because ------" and "Navajo". Discover the fantastic drums on "Bonny -----" and that "Trouble in Mind" and Quinela are beautiful ensemble pieces. "Mule Train" is a fun mix of banjo, flute and yells. I am listening to all these tracks as though for the first time and keep discovering new insights. I could go on, but suffice to say, If you like Duane Eddy and if you relish the original sound, then this bargain is "Especially for you". Buy before Amazon realize that it's too cheap.