I saw Dave Berry live about twenty years ago and he was still mesmerising his audience with his reserved delivery and hand mimes. Sadly, hand mimes don't translate on to disc, but this is still a good value collection and contains his handful of hits. All but four tracks date to his 1963-66 heyday, after which, like most artists who relied on outside material, he faded from view. Much of the early material consists of r&b standards, which he does well, but he drifted gradually more towards pop, influenced probably by his stellar hit, 'The Crying Game'. 'One Heart Between Two' is an obvious attempt to copy this. Most of the poppier material is meaty, especially Graham Gouldman's 'I'm Gonna Take You There', but his last major hit, 'Mama', and one or two other tracks sound more like the sort of recordings Engelbert Humperdinck was making. There are, however, also some great freaky moments, such as 'This Strange Effect' and 'I Love You Babe', which features some pretty heavy guitar for 1966. Very good value for lovers of 1960s pop.