1962 saw Jan & Dean move record labels from Dore to Liberty. As a result, to cash-in on the Jan & Dean name Liberty decided to throw together a semi-hits compilation, with the recent hits Baby Talk, We Go Together and the then current it Heart & Soul. Also included on the album were a number of remakes of older songs, including a re-recording of the Jan & Arnie (Jan & Dean) song Jennie Lee. Also included on the album were some great cover versions of other recent hits by groups of the time, including a brilliant version of The Regents Barbara Ann (which Dean would bring back to life with The Beach Boys on the Party Album).
We Go Together was a sweet ballad which just missed out on a top 50 place in the charts, however Jan & Dean hit the spotlight once again in 1961 with the pop-standard Heart & Soul. The duo turned this song into something of a roller-coaster ride and filled it with their trade-mark "bom bom dom" sound. A great shared lead and some fine falsetto singing by Dean ensured that Jan & Dean scored another top 30 hit single!
Once again, a listen to this album did not show what was just around the corner for the duo in technical terms. However, it did give a slight glimpse at what was about to happen in vocal terms, with the use of high-falsetto's and over-dubbed lyrics.