There are 14 performances by a diverse roster of music artists. The lead off act - the band Razorlight - was new to me and I enjoyed them though they are your basic rock band with a male lead singer. But next up is the highlight of the DVD (at least for me) and enough reason to get this disc for the three songs alone: Robert Plant. This is not the Led Zep Plant or the Alison Krauss-partnered Plant. As he says in his intro. "It's experimental" and "at least out on the edge". Starting off with "Black Dog", Plant is supported by an African "banjo" player and an African drummer, who get the song into a "groove" with the electric bass player. Next up is the 1932 blues "Fixin' to Die", this time with an African "fiddle" and then Plant joining in on blues harp!. Last up in Plant's set is the Led Zep classic "Whole Lotta Love" with that African fiddle again, but this time there's a Chinese sound. If this sounds unique, it is, and it's wonderful!