Side one includes ten songs from his 1964 album Folk, Blues & Beyond; Side two features seven tracks from three of his late-'60s LPs. The 1964 record was probably his most accomplished, as Graham
handled blues, jazz, and Northern African music with aplomb. His other '60s recordings were more erratic, but the highlights gathered here matched his mid-'60s work, peaking with the original "No Preacher Blues," his folk-jazz cover of Joni Mitchell
's "Both Sides Now," and the Indian-influenced "Blue Raga."