This presentation is a jewel that you will treasure forever. And only if you've dug through their interviews and recollections about this effort will you understand how polished it is, despite plenty of hiccups throughout the concert. Prior to recording the program before a live audience, PH history points out that, despite their intellect, talent, and vision, this whole production could have directed by Mack Sennett. Things that were iffy came out perfectly, cues that were given were missed, the audience was spellbound by the music from all directions - even above their heads - and frequently turned in their seats to see if a band was behind them, also. Most everything that could have spoiled this collaboration with a symphonic orchestra and chorus occurred in the weeks prior, especially their fear of the unknown once Trower left in a huff. It all came together beautifully, flaws and all. If you know the men in the band you'll understand how they perservered and accepted the concert as a very special tribute to their skills. The unsuspecting audience was enriched and overwhelmed at night's end, not truly aware of what they had heard. But they were first in line to buy this production and keep the magic for their lifetimes. Do the same.