A treasure trove of rare 60s sunshine pop written or co-written by Neil Sedaka – recorded by a sprawling roster of famous and forgotten names alike – done in styles that range from girl group, to harmony soul, to pop psych and beyond! Neil was a solo star himself as early as the late 50s, and a pivotal one, primarily recording songs he co-wrote with partner Howard Greenfield years before the singer-songwriter movement in pop, staying busy writing even when Neil's stock as a solo star hit some lower points. A lot of these tunes are relatively obscure Sedaka-Greenfield compositions that are just as groovy and joyous as the hits, maybe even more fun to listen to now, given the rareness and oddball edge of some of it. Includes songs by Frankie Valli, The Roulettes, The Tokens, Buddy England, Sally Field (then famous as TV's Flying Nun), The Barry Sisters, Cliff Richard, Pierre Lalonde and many more, one by Sedaka himself. 31 tracks in all! Includes "Sunny" by Buddy England, "My Best Friend Barbara" by Darlene Terri, "It Hurts To Sixteen" by Lana Jean, "Cold Girl" by Bobby Sherman, "What Am I Gonna Do" by Tony Orlando, "Turn On The Sunshine" by Sally Field, "I Hope He Breaks Your Heart: by The Roulettes, "Don't Look Over Your Shoulder" by Kelly St Clair, "Plastic Dreams And Tony Galloons" by Peter Doyle, "Make The Music Play by Frankie Valli, ""Jeannine" by Neil Sedaka, the bonus track Stayin' Power" by Billy J Kramer and more.