In 1997, Columbia released Collection
, which combined the current CD releases of Slow Dancer
, Silk Degrees
, and Down Two Then Left
in a cardboard slipcase box. There was no difference from the individual discs on the market; those discs were merely put in a box, which made it convenient for a fan who wanted to get all three discs at once. Seven years later, Sony reformatted all of their previously released Collections
, moving away from the slipcased jewel boxes and introducing a book-styled box set, where the three CDs sit with the liner notes from the individual CDs thrown into the bottom of the box. While it's still a convenient way to purchase all three albums, the packaging is unattractive and clumsy, particularly since the liner notes look orphaned without an accompanying jewel box.