With a cover featuring Duane Eddy with Annette Funicello, Brenda Lee and other early 60s screen and singing beauties, this is Duane Eddy at the height of his fame. Recorded at the end of his Jamie career before moving to RCA Records, the album is his least well known and most anticipated. Producing the album himself after his solo production success with "Pepe," Duane let out all the stops, using Nashville strings, the Jordonaires and Anita Kerr Singers. Fun and passion run through Duane's renditions of music as different as string-laden "Tammy," Ray Charles's horn-infused "Mary Ann" and his own flamenco-tinged tribute to cover companion "Annette." Plus bonus tracks, liner notes and archival photos.