I've been to all-Starr concerts before and find them to be loose and somwhat ragtag affairs. Here as usual Ringo's vocals are wavery and often out of pitch as they are here but that matters not, he is as warm and friendly as ever. This band lineup compliments each other very well instead of drawing attention to themselves and it successfully makes them all stand out. Greg Bissonette's fantastic drumming is the rock that gives the ensemble a reliable center, Ringo's added drumming swings with his classic no-frills style. Edgar Winter looks and plays as good as ever, a very versitile and valuable member to have.
I enjoy this concert dvd more than I expected it's just so enjoyable and full of harmony and good vibes all around. The perfomances I love most of all here are Gary Wright doing "Love is Alive", what a treat, he's smiling and the crowd is having a great time with him, and Hamish Stuart doing the Isley Brothers "Work to do" which is upbeat and played with emotion and feels genuine, really great.
Ringo sings a couple of his new solo album songs but they don't do much for me, but that's okay it's his gig.
I've played this show a couple of times since I got it and will likey play it often. It's a feel good show with old and familiar songs that would serve well for backgroung to a party that will prick people's ears with new takes of old classics. Very satisfying concert and audio/video quality is excelent as well.