|Daniel E. Catullo||Executive Producer|
|Doug Forbes||Executive Producer|
|Glenis S. Gross||Executive Producer|
|Sound:||[Dolby Digital, stereo, DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound]|
Over 30 minutes of behind-the-scenes footage
Well, I just bought this DVD last week....and where have the **** have I been? I mean, this title was made in 87, and there's another entitled ''Totally Go Gos'', that I understand was made in 78. I'm 48 years old, and was really into music at that time, but can't figure out why I never heard of ''The Go Gos''... Okay, this would've been a bit better I think if there was more action from the lead singer...see?..that's something else, I'm learning though...kinda wish the lead Guitairest could've brushed up on her leads. For some reason, the first thing I noticed was the lead singer's dress, it might've passed for a few songs, but should've done a change somewhere in there, and again, gotten more active. How I wish I would've known when they first started out, then I would've kept up with them much better. Also gathered this was a reunion concert (so-to-speak), Geez, wish I could find some early clips of this group. Of course I like this group well enough to buy the VHS of ''Totally Go Gos'' which I might like better since it seems they were more in thier prime then. Still a 5 start rating though, I think they put almost their ''all'' into this concert. Again, I'm handicapped by lack of any previous experience with these girls, and perhaps I should've have given a rating, but I felt I had to. One last thing, on my audio equipment, the mixing came in nicely, good bass, good treble, but only ''fair'' voice audio, like all the Mics weren't quite up high enough.