This is a comprehensive collection with career-spanning highlights. A pleasant suprise was hearing the full-length album version of "Come And Get Your Love", complete with the smooth, pastoral-sounding intro which is a great set-up for the drums and bass (which begin the song on the radio version). This record has what any music lover is looking for from an electric quartet: tight musicianship, undeniable hooks, and clever lyrics. "Your brother's got a jones and he looks like skin and bones; he says he can kick it when he wants to..." (from "One More Time") Not only could they sing with authenticity about social concerns like the ravages of drug abuse, but they also could slice off a hugely catchy love song. "There goes my baby, I'm so proud! One in a million, that's my girl!" (from "Only You and Rock 'n' Roll") Redbone were dismissed by many as a novelty band because of their war-paint-and-headdress regalia. Others liked the catchy stuff but were turned off by the more "native-sounding" tunes like the tribal-drum chant-along "We Were All Wounded at Wounded Knee". To the reader uninitiated into the band: Buy this for the awesome 70's funk-pop and skip the native stuff until the catchy stuff has fully won you over. Then, maybe after you've re-watched "Dances With Wolves," try some of the native stuff. It's actually pretty cool. RIP Lolly.