Forget the half baked after-thoughts, T-Rex were THE band that transformed music for ever at the start of the 1970's, and this superbly restored DVD catches them at the height of their powers. Bolan struts about the stage with all the arrogance of a true superstar, but he also nods towards his hippie "Tyrannosaurs" roots with a cross-legged acoustic set. The film itself is based around the Wembley concert, with the classic tunes only occasionally punctured by the surreal images of Bolan, the poet-in-chief, and Ringo Starr, dressed as a mouse, joking around on an airfield and a show stopping performance from Mickey Finn devouring jam at the mad hatters tea party. There is also the unforgettable collaboration with Elton John, where Bolan's head appears from inside Elt's piano, painted white like a musical spectre. The film alone is worth the entrance fee, but the extras complete a breath-taking package, including: both concerts from Wembley in full, a documentary headed by Bolan's son Rolan (and you thought Brooklyn was bad!) And the earliest surviving black and white recording of Tyrannosaurs Rex, to name but a few. This is an epic DVD set which no music fan should be without. As Bolan himself said, "If there is a rock and roll history, this will go down in it". It certainly has! Boogie on.