At last a budget-priced CD of Ralph's post Transatlantic work. With so many songs to choose from, the choice of material must have been difficult, but the compiler has nevertheless done a pretty good job. Predictably the album starts with the hit, (well it had to, didn't it), and this is the earliest song on the album from 1975. All of the major albums are covered in what follows, which results in a set which is about as varied as they come. Most are self-penned, but there are also songs from three of his tribute albums, including Woody Guthrie's Pretty Boy Floyd. There are a couple of nice touches to this collection: Scarborough Fair is out for the first time on CD, and I was pleased that they had opted for the unplugged live version of Peppers and Tomatoes. One minor gripe is that quite a few of the tracks were included on the recently released boxed set 'The Journey'. While some repetition is inevitable,there are several instances where an alternative track from the same album would have served just as well, if not better. The sleeve notes are adequate; the album from which each track is taken is stated, and there are illustrations of all the original album covers. All in all a pretty good package, especially recommended to anyone who has purchased one of the many Transatlantic years compilations and would like to discover how Ralph's work progressed.