I've made myself various Bill Nelson 'compilation CDs for my own pleasure over the years. Just the thing to have in the car, rather than having dozens of separate CDs. Making up a compilation CD isn't as easy a task as it might at first seem, due to the amount of material to chose from. I also can see why Bill spends such a time getting the running order of his releases to his liking. It's a real balancing act to get the 'flow' and 'feel' of a CD just right. You don't want tracks that jarr against each other. Hopefully I've got a good balance of soft and hard with this running order. Here's a CD that I've called, 'Songs From Over The Years'. It's a constant companion in my car. Have you made up your own CD of faves? I'd be interested to see what you've chosen. Sex Magic I Hear Electricity Tonight Picasso Dreams The Land Of Dreams Is Closed God Man Slain Mystery Vortex (Oberon Touchstone) No Time Says The Clock Where Are We Now The Flower Thief Heaven Takes No Prisoners Slumberlite She Dreams Of Fires When Accident Became My Bride Once More Around The Moon The Silver Darkness Whispers Yes The Golden Days Of Radio (Compact Mix) Big Yellow Moon Angels In Arcadia If only CDs could hold slightly more data, then I'd also include, The Invisible Man And The Unforgettable Girl and my personal combination mix of ... 'Down Comes The Rain', with - 'More Rain' cleverly spliced into the middle of it. I use Adobe Audition for this kind of jiggery-pokery. I must loudly state here that this compilation CD is just for my own listening pleasure. Looks like I'll be making up another fave song collection.