A fitting name for such a golden group that was definetly one of the most important doo-wop groups of the '50s. This 16-track compilation opens with their signature song, "Sincerely". This song never sounded better; the remastering is that perfect for a 50 year old song. Listen to it on a machine with heavy bass boost; it kicks boo-tay! Other songs on here include their cover of Doris Day's "Secret Love" (their first record and cut with the Chance label which shortly afterward became defunct). The group then moved up the street to Chess and signed a contract. There's "Shoo-Doo-Be-Doo" recorded as Bobby Lester and the Moonlighters on the Checker label, "In My Diary", "See Saw" with Harvey Fuqua on lead and a wailing sax player, "The Masquerade Is Over", which might have you smiling if not laughing when you hear the bass man singing, "Ten Commandments of Love", another classic, "Blue Velvet" (yes, the same one that Bobby Vinton later covered). There are more songs to enjoy including the smooth closing track "Twelve Months of the Year" with the spoken parts done by a young Marvin Gaye. 4 more songs would have made this more complete, but I'm sure record companies have their reasons for marketing things as they are. What's not to enjoy?