As a country-rock band, Pure Prairie League weren't out to ruffle feathers or be innovative, but concentrated instead on delivering easy, good-time country-pop. As long as the songs they were working with were good (which, unfortunately, was not always the case as the band forged on), they could be an unassuming delight. This set combines three of the group's late-'70s albums, 1976's If the Shoe Fits and Dance and 1978's Just Fly, in one package, and while it's all pleasant enough fare, there are far too few memorable songs on these late albums to earn much appeal for all but the most ardent of fans.
AllMusic Review by Steve Leggett
Track Listing - Disc 1
Track Listing - Disc 2