Rod Stewart fans can be separated into two categories: those "Rod the Bod" fanatics who still flock to his concerts and adore everything he does, and those "Rod the Mod" stalwarts who love his early solo albums and his tenure as lead singer of the Faces, who remain one of the best rock & roll bands of all time. All Rod Stewart fans will really get a kick out of this DVD but it will mean something special to fans of the Faces. Not only is it their final concert together but they bring the house down and go from boogie rock butt-shakers to emotionally wrenching ballads to Rod's solo material without missing a beat. Unfortunately, this budget-priced disc hasn't been remastered well. The DVD displays plenty of wear and tear and sports pretty flat sound but the strength of the band and the music they create makes up for any of the disc's technical shortcomings. A dignified string orchestra and an out-of-it Keith Richards (who plays a beautiful guitar duet with future Rolling Stones member Ron Wood) add to the fun. A great no-nonsense concert of a great no-nonsense rock & roll band.