The Sherabons (as they were originally known) comprised Dennis D'ell (vocals), Anne Lantree (drums), John Lantree (bass), Alan Ward (lead guitar) and Martin Murray (rhythm guitar) - Peter Pye later replaced Martin. Pye records signed the group on condition they use the name Honeycombs so that's what they became. Their first record, Have I the right, went all the way to number one in the summer of 1964 but subsequent releases made only limited impact. The next two singles (Is it because, Something better beginning) just made the UK top forty. Their fourth single (That's the way) made number twelve but the momentum had been lost and the group faded into obscurity. This compilation includes all the hits, however minor, and a selection of their other recordings. If you enjoy sixties pop music, you are likely to enjoy the music here although (as you might expect) the outstanding track is Have I the right. You can, of course, obtain that track on a various artists compilation (its not difficult to find) if you prefer.