The tracks are weighted towards the early years of indigenous Jamaican music, which is to be expected as reggae itself was barely 3 years old in 1971. The tracks are a mixture of better known tunes and those that were not so well known at the time. However, it avoids the major Trojan hits that spanned the years 1968-71, but that is to be commended. Ironically, many of the releases were not released on a Trojan label, as the company was not founded until 1967. Many are from its original parent label, Island, with most of the others being from the giants of the UK Jamaican scene in the early and mid-Sixties, such as Doctor Bird, Pyramid, Blue Beat, Ska Beat, Giant and Caltone. Nothing from Trojan's main competitor, Pama, though.
My only gripe is the sleeves for the records, which could have been designed more carefully, and there is a printed sheet that is attached to the back of the album case. I am not sure if removing it will cause it to lose value, but it is easy to unattach and place inside without leaving any marks.