I have always admired the ability of Joseph Hannah to combine the very best into a quality cartoon. I also think Casey Casem is a vocal genius, with all his various parts of HB productions, ie Shaggy, Robin, etc. But, as with other produtions of HB as soon as Joe gave up creative control the show went to creative hell, (witness the Flintstones and Yogi Bear) This cd gives and excellent retrospect of the large amount of work produced in the last 30+ years of the Scooby Doo phenomemon. The better of these being those involving Joe. I enjoyed most the songs that represented the early years: from the poppy and relavant "Seven days a week" to the dark and strangely erotic "Recipe for my love". Joe Hannah really captures the mood of the late sixties pop innocense by choosing these groups and these songs. I also enjoyed the Jerry Reed selection and of course the incomperable Davy Jones. However my admiration for this cd ends with the Main title from 1976. Every song after this is a self induldgant, crass attempt to cash in on whatever was "in" at this time. Coincidentally, this is also when Joe Hannah let go creative control of the various Scooby productions. It shows. Fortunetly, there are NO songs with the overly-irrataing adbomination that is Scrappy-doo. A definite plus. The worst song on this disc, bar-none, is #13 "Gotta have time" I have programmed my CD player to permantly miss the song. If hell had a sound this song is it. Overall it is a very listenable cd, except for a few glaring exceptions. I recommend it if you even watched the show a few times. And my 3 year old LOVES it.