Once again Castle Music has done itself great credit with a wonderfully-evocative compilation which captures the spirit of the year it claims to portray despite the fact that many of the leading artists and singles of the day don't feature. No Beatles and no Stones of course, but you do get 2 tracks each from The Kinks and The Small Faces, Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit" and UK No.1's from The Foundations (Baby Now That I've Found You) and Long John Baldry (Let the Heartaches Begin). Although only about two-thirds the tracks on this double CD were chart hits, those that weren't commercial successes are often worth a listen too. The Montanas' "Ciao Baby", Joe Simon's "Nine Pound Steel", and Joe Tex's "Show Me" are all great tracks. You also get a track from Status Quo before they were known as Status Quo (and it's OK too) and interesting '60's reggae from The Skatalites, Desmond Dekker & The Aces and The Ethiopians! All round, a good solid collection, and definitely worth the purchase price.