From the rousing rendition of the opening number "Photograph" to the final sing-a-long of "With A Little Help From My Friends" this is a hugely enjoyable concert, recorded in Chicago, featuring Ringo and his band of famous musicians.
Ringo has great charisma and such a friendly and relaxed stage presence that he can't really do any wrong as he and his great band perform some of Ringo's post-Beatles solo material, some old Beatles' songs and songs associated with the other band members.
Other musical highlights include Ringo singing "You're Sixteen", "Yellow Submarine" and "It Don't Come Easy" (but it DOES come easy when there's such a talented bunch of musicians performing together), Roger Hodgson performing the Supertramp hits "Logical Song" and the uplifting "Give A Little Bit", Greg Lake singing the old ELP classic "Lucky Man" (Howard Jones, on keyboards, beautifully recreates Keith Emerson's synth sound on this one and Greg's singing is as good as ever), Howard Jones singing "No One Is To Blame" and the latin-flavoured "Glamorous Life", featuring the brilliant Sheila E on vocals and percussion - she's a great drummer and percussionist and she's got a lovely pair of timbales!
Ringo's band also includes Ian Hunter (who performs a couple of songs) and Mark Rivera, who plays guitar, saxophone, percussion and harmonica (but not all at the same time).
Because of the line-up and the repertoire, there's a bit of something here for just about everyone, particularly fans of music from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.
The extras on this DVD include a featurette, an interview with Ringo and a photo gallery.