Short But Not Sweet
Egebamyasi | Worcester, Ma United States | 01/20/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"If you're curious about this event this dvd may be more than you need to know. Be warned Yoko is nearly unlistenable.
She does have a lot of good songs that can be found on the ONOBOX but here she just wails tunelessly on Yer Blues and Cold Turkey.It is fun however to see if you can watch the dvd all the way through without someone else telling you to shut it off.
The Chuck Berry ,Little Richard, and Jerry Lee Lewis clips are all cool but i'd really love to see the Alice Cooper Group performance from the same day."
Three Acts and Rare Presence
Jack Montreal | New York New York | 07/05/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Sweet Toronto...ah yes! Bo Diddly, Jerry LEEe, CHUCK BERRY, and the Little Devil Himself (Little Richard);are well worth the price of this DVD,and then some. To see them at this point of space/Time...and their "Top Hat", 50s Hippie-Rocker Roller, Sterling preformances, is a Keep-Sake. John had his Magical Mystery Hat on, in arranging for them to be there.
Johnny's Presence, guitar, Voice, and "signature", is also Star Striking ! As for Yoko.... well...thats Called "ART", and Eric Clapton is a very Kind Friend To John Lennon.
This Segment of the Film MUST BE Viewed, atleast once. Persona
Gratis, and the First Preformance of "Give Peace a Chance", besides other Charms, are well worth it. John was not my Favorate Beatle, sadly to say (most of his Life was Really..Tragic), But the Beatles and his solo music could not be seperated. OWN THIS FILM...now !!"