Tina's 1988 European performance is spectacular, with a 2 CD set. (Though I believe some of the songs were performed a few years earier.) CD 1, approx. 66: 53, is a collection of her hits from the beginning to the present date. Her strong voice sizzles from beginning with "What you get is what you see," and wrapping it up with her rock n' roll anthem "Show some respect." CD 2, approx 60:33, continues with great duets with Robert Cray (In the midnight hour," "634-5789," Guitar solo on "A change is gonna come"), Eric Clapton (Tearing us apart"), David Bowie ("Tonight," "Let's Dance"), and Bryan Adams (It's only love"). Then closing with the destiny sound of "Paridise is here." Inside is a booklet is a letter about the trip and concerts by Tina, as well as beautiful pictures. I know that I've seen some of these performances on her "Break every rule" video-which is great. I guess my Mom was right on 1 thing that's great about Tina, that she don't hold nothing back, she performs, she gives it all she's got. And this collection proves that. Bravo!