Yes indeed. If like me you were underwhelmed by this coming after the harder sound of Chicken Shack then it is worth another listen. The remastered sound is excellent, Christine's melancholy vocals tug the heartstrings and the extra tracks are real finds. As noted elswhere "It's You I Miss" wouldn't have disgraced Peter Green era Fleetwood Mac, and "Hey Baby" is a fine rollicking blues with some excellent piano. Of the original album I've always had a soft spot for the downbeat ache of "No Road is the Right Road" and "I'm On My Way"'s understated brass arrangement and weary vocals get me every time. So why only four stars? Well, if you just adore Christine Perfect/McVie you'll probably love this. Myself I think this was made in a period of transition and everyone involved was capable of better. The liner notes indicate Christine has at various times disowned it.Too harsh I think but when listening in a less charitable mood I hear some anaemic playing, especially contrasted with the glories of Chicken Shack or the heights to come with Fleetwood Mac, behind some fairly ordinary songs. "When You Say" has got to be one of the worst choices for a single ever. And of course it's hardly the "Complete Blue Horizon Sessions" without "I'd Rather Go Blind". However at the price there's more than enough here for fans to appreciate and enjoy. Why not!