If you only have one Connie Francis CD in your collection this is the one it should be.Not only because with its 33 tracks its just a few seconds short of 79 minutes but the choice of tracks makes for an album you can play all the way through without being bored.With the CD there is a 32 page booklet full of track details and photgraphs of the gorgeous Connie.Sound quality is top rate for these old recordings which are a mixture of mono and stereo.Great care has obviously been taken with the remastering.On the downside a few minus points there are.The attractive gatefold style cardboard cover is susceptible to wear and tear and a few distortions can be heard on some tracks.This applies especially to "Who`s Sorry Now".This is not the fault of the CD or your CD player though.Connie`s voice was so strong that i dont think the microphone and/or master tape used during the recording session was up to the job.I have this track on several different CDs and all are the same.Dont let any of this spoil your enjoyment of this beautiful CD.Its worth every penny.Buy,enjoy but treat and store it carefully. Other Connie Francis CDs i can recommend are, "The Connie Francis Singles Collection" Universal Music TV.Issued 1993.Still available. 30 tracks.Good price. "The Ultimate EP Collection" See for Miles 2002.Hard to find but worth your trouble. You also get a 44 page booklet in a hardcover book style album cover.60 tracks.Somewhat expensive. "Connie`s Country" Spectrum 1999.Still available. Excellent recordings.Lower price group.