I've always loved that record, and BTW, if you get me drunk and ask me nicely, I will perform a note-for-note rendition of the piano solo. I've wowed 'em at parties with that for decades.
In the meantime, this is a small sample of what you get on the CD:
At last hear Phil Spector’s famous Wall of Sound in stereo with the Crystals’ “Da Doo Ron Ron (When He Walked Me Home).”
The long-awaited stereo debut of The Chiffons’ great girl-group smash “One Fine Day.”
Take it to the dance floor with the original recordings of “The Twist,” “Let’s Twist Again” and James Brown’s groundbreaking “Out of Sight,” all in wide stereo.
Catch a wave with the new stereo mix of the Beach Boys’ “Surfin’ Safari” that spreads the vocals left and right, just as it would have been mixed in 1962.
In any case, you can, and should, order the album over at the Eric Records website HERE. I should add that you can see a complete listing and listen to samples from all the tracks over there as well.
[h/t Chris E.]