This is my first review that I've sent in, so go easy on me. I've bought several Bad Company & Paul Rogers Dvd's over the years & have generally been happy with all of them... except for one flaw- Mick Ralphs missing. I realize Mick was on the Wembley Dvd, but the amount he played was minimal and he didn't seem to have much life too him. I don't know if this was agreed upon within the group or that Mick maybe felt that he wasn't up too par on that particular night & decided too let Howard Leese have most of the axe time. D'ont get me wrong, Howard is a very competant player, but Ive been waiting years too hear these songs done just right & they were on the Hard Rock Dvd more than the Wembley one. Mick seemed too be so much more alive and on fire, strutting around and having the time of his life. He's the type of player that doesn't waste a note, and that quality seems too be missing from a lot of speedier players around. The three original players were playing like it was their last night too play and the other two players knew that they were guests in the band, and too let BAD COMPANY shine.
Both Wembley & Hard rock are excellent Dvd's- fairly similar set lists, all songs done with a lot of passion & fire, but I would have to give a slight edge too the Hard rock concert.
PS: If after viewing either of these Dvd's you don't come too the conclusion that Paul Rodgers is the most soulful rock singer since the late sixties and is at the top of his game at age 62, then please drop me a line and educate me.