RCA finally got it right this time by releasing “The Guess Who Anthology”, which is an excellent 2-cd set that covers the band’s career from the early sixties to the mid- seventy’s. What’s nice about this collection is that it includes their first hit “Shakin’ All Over” (also covered by The Who) as well as a few other rarities from that time period (60’s). You have most of the choice songs from each Guess Who studio album ever released with the exception of “Friends Of Mine” (from Wheatfield Soul) but that song was 10 minutes long so it’s understandable that because of it’s time length it was omitted from this collection. The hits such as “These Eyes”, “Laughing”, “Undun”, “No Time”, “American Woman”, “No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature”, “Hand Me Down World”, “Share The Land”, “Hang On To Your Life”, “Albert Flasher”, “Rain Dance”, “Glamour Boy” and “Star Baby” are all here plus twenty seven other songs as well (including more hits). This collection is also remastered and sounds great, much better than other collections I’ve owned. If you enjoy listening to groups such as Three Dog Night, Bread, Grand Funk, etc, then you’ll love this latest Guess Who collection.