This was a '50s rock tribute show that played in Wembley Stadium in London on August of 1972. It featured such acts from that time as Bo Diddley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bill Haley and the Comets, Little Richard, and Chuck Berry. They still had the charisma to play to the crowds that gathered for the event. Not all the performances are perfect, in fact, Berry's guitar was suddenly off during his final song but after he talked about it in an edited interview snippet, they showed him getting back with the instrument once again plugged and playing before he then switches to another one. There are some other acts at the beginning that I didn't know about and were as far from '50s-style music as the concert was mostly supposed to be about though I did like it when one of them performed "Be Bop a-Lula". Oh, and Mick Jagger also is shown in interview bits talking about his influences among the ones showcased. Also, the late Buddy Holly is acknowledged when his recording of "Peggy Sue" is playing on the turntable as the movie shows what was going on during that. So on that note, I highly recommend The London Rock and Roll Show.