Two separate CDs of the original classic live albums - "Okie From Muskogee" (1969) and Fightin' Side Of Me" (1970) for the 45th Anniversary of the former title.
Contrary to the product description the latter title HAS been re-issued on CD - first time by Disky (EMI Holland) in 1995 and more recently by BGO (UK) from 2004. The American record industry (not the focused fans and collectors) tend not to recognise albums re-issued outside the USA. I wonder how many Hag fans know that his first Capitol title to be re-released on CD was "Same Train, A Different time" from Japan in 1990 ?
Anyway, both releases are the so called two-fer CDs - two albums on one CD.
Disky paired "Okie From Muskogee" and "Fightin Side Of Me" on one CD and gave it the title of "The Hit Albums" - be aware that the song "Okie From Muskogee" was on both the original live albums, so Disky omitted it from the 1970 running order so as to avoid needless duplication, otherwise "The Hit Albums" is the complete repertoire of both titles.
the BGO CD is a pairing of "Fightin' Side Of Me" and Merle's only duet from his Capitol period - "Just Between The Two Of Us" with Bonnie Owens, first released in 1965. An odd choice which I reviewed elsewhere.
However this 45th Anniversary re-issue is the first time that the 1970 album has had a single stand alone CD re-release, unlike the 1969 title which was previously re-issued digitally remastered on CD by Capitol (US) as part of their Cornerstone series in 2001.
I'm told the quality of this 2014 re-release is excellent, the best yet.