This was the first, and in my humble opinion best, Free compilation, originally put out in '73 (at the same time as a reissued Alright Now single) as a sort of confirmation that they'd finally split. The only difference in the track listing from the original, limited edition, release is the unfortunate deletion of the final track, a live version of Heartbreaker recorded from the mixing desk at Portsmouth Guildhall on their last UK tour. Presumably it was deleted due to space constraints (the original was a double LP), which is a shame 'cause although it was a pretty rough, unbalanced mix (with Rabbit's keyboards the worst culprit), it's got a hell a lot of energy and Kossoff really lets rip.
Anyway, apologies for reviewing a track which isn't actually on the LP (although it is on the Songs of Yesterday box set)and back onto the album itself: It's basically a good, balanced, chronological "best of" featuring all six studio LPs plus the live album. It adds a bit of spice by including tracks from the band member's solo projects during the first split, ie "Lady" from Rodger's Peace and "Just for The Box" from Kossoff & Kirk's KKT&R. The one band member not featured in this section is Fraser, although one of the mid-seventies German imports did feature "Travellin' Man" by Toby in place of the Free "original", so maybe the Toby version was originally intended to be included (it would certainly fit in with the other non-Free tracks included).
My only complaints regarding track selection (apart from the omission of Heartbreaker)is the strange absence of Wishing Well, one of my favourites, and the inclusion of "Get Where I Belong", which I always thought was a bit of a lightweight.
Apart from that, it's a brilliant summary of the work of my all-time favourite band. Buy this, then buy all the other albums, then buy anything else with Kossoff in it. Well, that's basically what I've done over the years!