The cream of Nashville is on hand for this, another of Rhino's roundups of the country charts. This time out 1962 is in the spotlight, and the perennial hitmaking likes of Jim Reeves ("Adios Amigos"), Patsy Cline ("Crazy"), and Marty Robbins ("Devil Woman") are in the mix. And lest you think there will be no classic samples of some kitsch-minded and topical fare, the disc includes Jimmy Dean's "P.T. 109" and Hank Snow's exhausting "I've Been Everywhere." A fine dose of vintage country at a bargain price.
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AllMusic Review by Stephen Cook