I've found that music concerts provide some of the highest rated DVDs of those reviewed by non-professionals. No surprise I guess. Most of us are going to buy/rent concert performances by our favorite artists, so yes we like them. Back when the decade of the `80s began, Rickie Lee Jones came to the musical scene as an edgier version of Joni Mitchell who was at the height of her popularity. As a talented singer/songwriter Jones gave audiences some great memorable songs. Most are repeated here, but with slants different than what you might remember on the radio. Ms. Jones earlier albums, including the self titled debut and "Pirates", were in heavy rotation in my house at the time and perhaps had a minor role in bringing my oldest child into the world. I had lost track of her musically until recently as I've been diving into my old vinyl collection. This 2010 concert shows Jones little worse for wear. Sure she looks older, but don't we all. She's still feisty and her strong voice is intact. On the downside, her two man band (drummer and electric bass) are not always in synch with her, especially on vocals. It's just a little distracting on a few songs. The concert is directed by Grammy nominated Ian McCrudden, so from that perspective is very well done. The camera movements, fades and dissolves are perfect for this mostly quiet show. The 5.1 Dolby sound is just fine although it is missing from the "B-Sides" which consist of 4 additional songs. And for the record, don't skip them. I'm not sure why they weren't included in the main event as they are some of the best. And why just in stereo? Is it that expensive to just do the whole thing in 5.1? In any case, fans should like this RLJ concert film.