When I was a relatively new Disc Jockey in 1969 and still feeling my way in the world of Pop Music there were many labels that brought fond memories of some fine music dispatched by relatively unknown artists struggling to get a foot on the difficult ladder of Pop music. I must admit I may have purchased some of my Spark collection as time wore on thanks to Alan Freeman's chart show which gave a chance to up and coming new bands and solo artists throughout the UK and some from abroad, God bless him. Of the tracks on this album I recognise quiet a few but also notice the missing tracks that should've been included. Smokey Blues Away was a classic in it's time despite it's lowly No.38 chart positioning. They eventually transformed from A New Generation to become The Sutherland Brothers Band and brought the now well known worldwide hit 2Sailing" to us. Heartbreaker by The Babys is another classic from that era which was in my collection and played a lot but again only a bubbling under he chart was it's success rate never to be heard of again and no trace on the internet either. My big disappointed is the missing Sign on the dotted line by Gene Latter a dance floor filler if ever there was one and probably his best in my opinion. Perhaps a second issue will bring it forth to the music scene along with Maybe I'm Lost without you by Neil Harrison from 1972 here's hoping. I'm glad some of these are seeing the light once more.