I got this on friday (I've been looking out for a UK release for ages and the first i knew of it was when i saw it in Mister CD in Berwick St. for £10, heads up for londoners), DVD plus an audio CD of the show. it's the last performance by Bernard Edwards (who died of pneumonia in his hotel room shortly after the show) from 1996. he uses his "chucking" technique (thumb and first finger together like a pick) to play Dance, dance, dance, the rest fingerstyle with some slapping- esp. a short solo in Sister sledge's we are family. he mentions having the "Tokyo flu" over the mic. Nile Rodgers' commentary about the unexpected poignancy of the lyrics to the final song "Just one world" leave a sad touch to the whole thing.