Truly a 'Best Of' that encompasses the many faces of Kirsty MacColl. Flying solo she achieved greatness in her own right and writing as in 'They Don't Know'; 'He's On The Beach'; 'Free World'; 'Don't Come The Cowboy With Me Sunny Jim!' and many more. Her rendition of 'Fairytale of New York' with The Pogues is absolutely folk-rock-heart spot on. And these days it has been meaning a lot to me in pre-Christmas 2002... Equally. she makes her version of 'New England' something one can only bow before. Lou Reed's 'Perfect Day' is more touching than ever. And her own 'Titanic Days' quite sublime. Her loss was great, certainly - more than a certainty. But let's be grateful for all that she left us. Her talent, her wit, her voice, her good taste, her unique folk-rockability lending itself to so many unique melodies!