I'd held off buying this at first, thinking that I had most of the tracks on other CDs, and that there were a few essential cuts not on here. A foolish mistake. This is an absolute 'must buy' for all Ronnie's fans, or anybody who likes real homegrown music from the 1970's. The remastering has really buffed up these songs, and this is how they should've been heard in the first place. Tracks which I'd thought were fairly mediocre by Ronnie's standards, shine like jewels here, and really come alive for the first time. It's a lovely old box of treasures, full of love, warmth and humanity, and Ronnie's charm and character really comes through in the remastered vocals, so much more than on previous releases. It's music to take to the shed, with all your old fishing rods, magazines and memories; for there are better days contained in these songs, wisdom, experience, and lessons learned along the way. Ronnie was wise, way beyond his years; and I wonder if he knew how good a song Debris was ? It's perhaps the best song about fathers and sons ever written; beautifully understated, with vivid imagery of a time and place, and so much of life's awkwardness left unsaid, between the lines. The version here captures it all.