The Calgary, Alberta, Canada-based early 1970s band The Stampeders (guitarist Rich Dodson, bassist Ronnie King and drummer Kim Berly - who all contributed vocals as well), had considerable success with their singles and albums in their native country, but only modest results in the larger U.S. market, registering just 3 times on the lucrative Billboard Pop Hot 100 with one Bubble Under entry.
Their most memorable hit was the Dodson-penned Sweet City Woman which made it to # 5 Adult Contemporary and # 8 Hot 100 in Aug-Sept 1971 as Bell 45,120 b/w Gator Road, and both were part of one of their better selling LPs in the U.S., titled Against The Grain, which initially came out in 1971 as Bell 6068. It has been reproduced as a CD by Unidisc and is available here at Amazon and is recommended if all you are seeking is their big hit plus its B-side.
If, however, you are a completist hits collector, and even though there are a number of CD conversions of their music available from various sources, not one carries all 6 sides of their other 3 charting singles in the U.S., not even this 2001 22-track "Best Of" compilation which also from Unidisc. Here you get Sweet City Woman along with the Dec 1971-Jan 1972 # 61 Hot 100 Devil You (Bell 45,154) and the March 1976 # 40 Hot 100 cover of the Ray Charles classic Hit The Road Jack (which features a telephone chat with famed DJ Wolfman Jack) - but not their flipsides, Gator Road, Giant In The Streets and Hard Lovin' Woman. On the other hand, it does provide the March 1973 # 115 Hot 100 Bubble Under Oh My Lady AND its B-side, Wild Eyes (Bell 45,331). Go figure.
In terms of a collection of some of their more memorable offerings in Canada it's a 5-star release all the way, with excellent sound reproduction. But for completists it's a 22-track example of frustration.