I first got hooked onto the Destroyers in 1977 after hearing George sing the Madison Blues on radio 1. When I saw him on live aid in 1985 he just blew me away and since then I must be one of his most devoted fans in the UK.
What I have struggled to get during the last 15 years is something on film or video that I could keep for good.
At last I've got it! George and the guys, like me, have been around for some time but they still rock!
The set is not overdone but the attitude, humour and energy is full on. They have included a few punchy favorites that come from some of the bands heroes and some that have been penned by the band themselves. For good measure, there is an easy slow number right in the middle to give the crowd a chance to get their breath back.
There is nothing electronic or technical about the music. It is raw, alive and in your face. If you don't want to play guitar after watching this then you'd better stick to gardening or flower arranging. I only gave it 3 stars because I thought that I might be biased but in my own collection I've given it 6!
I love it and if you love Rock n Roll, R&B or whatever you want to call it, you'll love it too.