For any Moody Blues fan, there is no bad DVD. For the casual fan, you would still be charmed by this live performance. Void of the sometimes overbearing orchestration, the Moody Blues prove they are truly a rock band that can perform on their own. Remember that this is 1991 and 5.1 DTS was not available, so the sound quality is not perfect, but is more than adequate. The visual quality is not up to the par of the “Albert Hall” performance, but it is in letterbox format, which makes a world of difference. Ray Thomas gives a truly standout performance with a great version of his “Legend Of A Mind” and “Tuesday Afternoon” never sounded so true to the original. This concert was to promote the “Keys To The Kingdom “ album, which, I must admit, is not their strongest album. However, “Bless The Wings (That Bring You Back)” is a great song. This DVD set is great in that it doesn’t seem to have been heavily reedited nor have the sound distorted, other than a very crisp and loud Hayward guitar. Granted, these are the big standout hits, unlike the more recent “Lovely To See You”, but it is a grand performance. It feels and sounds raw and real!