Reissue of this archive collection from the British Rock 'N' Roll star of the '50s and '60s. Tommy Steele OBE was going to be our answer to Elvis Presley - at least that was the hope for him when discovered by photographer John Kennedy. Taking the lead from the US charts, Steele and other singers of the era would cover the American chart hits and release them before the original versions were officially available in the UK. This release includes the ultra rare track 'The Truth About Me' which was originally only given away free with the weekly magazine 'Weekend' as a six inch 78 rpm record and to date has never been commercially released. Also included are the rare tracks 'Thanks a Lot' and 'Family Tree,' both of which originally featured on the soundtrack to the film the Duke Wore Jeans and until now previously unreleased on CD. Blue Orchid.