This very interesting in that to my knowledge two of these albums, "Evangeline" and "Thirteen" have never been released on CD before. Probably because they were not among Emmylou's best sellers, Warner Bros. passed them over when they were churning out dismal versions of catalogue material. Lucky for us, in order to release this package Rhino had to master this pair of gems for the first time, and apparently decided to do it properly. The other three titles in this packaged have been released before and with the exception of "White Shoes" have even been re-mastered. My unsophisticated ear cannot be certain they have been re-mastered again for this release, but they certainly sound good. The quiet records are quiet and the loud ones are not. What we end up with is three of my very favorite Emmylou Harris Rockier albums bookended by two excellent traditional country albums, and not a bad one in the bunch. I make no attempt to critique the music, if you have read this far, you must be a fan. I have avidly collected Emmylou's music since her days with Gram Parsons, and this contains an eclectic batch of cover versions very few artists could pull off if they were fortunate enough to share her good taste. If you are a fan of Emmylou Harris, you must have this collection.