Digitally remastered two CD set containing a pair of albums by the British vocalist. To showcase Cilla's versatility as a recording artist, this set pairs her Surround Yourself With Cilla album, one of her top pop productions of the '60s, with It Makes Me Feel Good from her '70s soft rock recording era. The lead single from Cilla's classic George Martin produced 1969 album, Surround Yourself With Cilla, was the UK #3 hit 'Surround Yourself With Sorrow', with it's powerful pop theme continuing apace throughout the album. To great impact, Cilla took on some of the strongest pop anthems of the day which included the Gibb Brothers' 'Words' (Bee Gees), Bacharach & David's 'You'll Never Get To Heaven' (Dionne Warwick), Nilsson's 'Without Him', Paul Simon & Bruce Woodley's 'Red Rubber Ball' (The Cyrkle) and the dramatic 'Aquarius' from Cilla's favorite musical Hair. Her ninth studio album, It Makes Me Feel Good, was released in 1976 and was Cilla's second album to be produced by David Mackay who had previously worked with The New Seekers, Blue Mink and Cliff Richard. Recording sessions began in Los Angeles away from the pressure of Cilla's hectic British TV and concert schedule and this enabled Cilla to be more involved in the creative process than ever before. The album's only UK single, 'I'll Take A Tango' was featured on Cilla's BBC TV variety show Cilla. The bonus tracks for this CD release include Cilla's US-only single 'Fantasy', which was a #15 hit on America's Billboard Dance Music Singles Chart, alongside Cilla's opening theme songs to her two new TV series for 1976; BBC TV's Cilla and ITV's sitcom Cilla's World Of Comedy. The two albums are issued with a 32 page booklet richly illustrated with photographs and including an interview with Cilla.