Totally worthwhile for a Weill fan, a fine treatment of most of the material by a great cast of musicians, assembled by the producer Hal Wilner. Which you like the most would depend, I suppose, on your level of commitment vis-a-vis Weill and the performer.
Most of the pop performers, especially Sting and Lou Reed, are flat and dull on here, but Todd Rundgren's arrangement is great; imaginative, personal and absolutely true to what the song is about. Other great pleasures include the incomparable Dagmar Krause, John Zorn and "Oh Heavenly Salvation." They exemplify the strength of the record, which is the personal and unexpected understanding of most of the musicians. Not all, but enough to make this a keeper.