For any Rock 'n' Roll fan, or any music fan come to think of it, this dvd is a must-have. Recorded in 1989 in Rome this concert is a really eye-popping list of some of the greatest innovators of Rock 'n' Roll, and is truly a once in a lifetime occurence. James Brown opens the show in true entertainer style, with his trademark dancing and belting lyrics. What follows is the energy-charged Blues-Rock of Bo Diddley, who in turn is replaced by Ray Charles, who displays his versatility, sweeping with elegance from the classic "Mess Around" into his more soulful, moving style. Little Richard, followed by Jerry Lee Lewis, the wild pianists, prove that no-one tickles (or hammers) the ivories like that anymore, and the overshadowed genius of Fats Domino proves that he knew how to play it before it was even branded Rock 'n' Roll. B.B. King warmly shows the genre's roots in the Blues before they all return to the stage for a memorable, practically add-libbed, all star jam to close. This concert features some fantastic performances, but sadly 59 minutes is hardly long enough to showcase such talent, and it leaves you wondering why on earth it couldn't go on all night. As such, the concert feels compressed in some cases, and most performers only do 2 songs each, while Little Richard disappointingly only does the one. However, with songs like "papa's Got A Brand New Bag", "Great Balls of Fire" and "Blueberry Hill" it is an explosive hour well spent.