This is a top value DVD / CD set. Firstly, the live DVD boasts fine production values, with plenty of the onstage action, a well as sounding great. In many ways, the more mature sound of the refomed, 21st Century Roxy Music is actually better than in their original incarnation. The advance of technology in thirty years means that they can do full justice to the original recordings, and the addition of quality backing musicians, such as the excellent MD, Colin Good (who adds a lyrical piano intro to the epochal 'A Song For Europe') just adds more lustre to the rich Roxy sound palette. Of course, the purpose of such reformations is to earn big bucks for the band, but, away from such venal concerns, the music herein is top value for money. It's a little annoying, in some ways, that Ferry is so reticent about going the whole hog with a brand new Roxy album - it's obvious that much of the same dynamism and that spark that made them so unique is still very much there. It's not as if his recent solo efforts have been huge commercial successes, even though they are enjoyable in their own way. It's just that the Roxy whole is so much greater than the sum of its parts.