Where were you in ’62? Provided you were born by then, I guarantee these 31 tiny slices of history will take you back to the early “Swinging Sixties” as though it were yesterday. In 79 minutes they feature all the year’s biggest hits of either the British or the American charts (not necessarily the same thing), with four – Acker Bilk’s Stranger On The Shore, Elvis Presley’s Good Luck Charm, Ray Charles’ I Can’t Stop Loving You and The Tornados’ Telstar – topping both charts. This is an unsurpassable single CD survey of all the year’s most memorable songs, as originally performed by the actual artists on those old cherished 45s. The pre-Beatlemania list reveals an extraordinary range of ballads, rhythm & blues, instrumentals, jazz, country & western, doo-wop, revivals and out and out pop. Each familiar number invites the comment: “I remember you”.