The original releaser wrote: This is a complete review from Ed Sullivan Show of the most famous artist of '50-'70.
Every dvd contains a booklet , with italian words, but the photo are extremely important for all the groups who partecipate at the show. I am sorry i made a self description because no review found. This is for me a masterpiece how rock and other style begin evolving till today musi, in any kind of genere.
"Sullivan manages to wrangle chords and bend notes like a champion bluesman, effortlessly grinding out originals…Big Ed Sullivan is a tremendous guitarist from Brooklyn New York. His new album "Run The Border" is produced byPopa Chubby (as was his previous Dixiefrog album) and is full of highly individual powerful stinging guitar with plenty of roots rock and blues feeling And a wild slide guitar style. A mainstay of the New York City live music scene he writes his own quirky songs about zombies flying saucers swampland fast women fast cars and haunted houses.– by Living Blues
Originally broadcast on CBS April 11, 1976, under the title The Original Rompin' Stompin' Hot and Heavy, Cool and Groove All-Star Jazz Show, this concert ran as part of its parent network's Lively Arts for Young People series. As staged at the Ed Sullivan Theater and directed by Gary Keys, it features performances by a who's-who of jazz legends who were still active at the time, including Lionel Hampton, Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie and Stan Getz.
Now fans can see The Rolling Stones as they've seldom seen them - young, edgy and electrifying - and on their way to conquering the world! This Deluxe 2 DVD Collector's Edition features ALL SIX Ed Sullivan Show episodes starring The Rolling Stones who perform 17 of their greatest hits.
Big Ed stomps through a set of 11 numbers produced by his pal, fellow New Yorker Poppa Chubby, who also helps drive things long from the drum stool.Served up with some man sized helpings of sharp-edged guitar licks.