Power-pop brilliance. The Cars excelled with smoldering, dark “Moving in Stereo”- type songs, and with killer chorus, blueprint-for-New Wave pop candy. I love that this is live, and really, really good, in a not-so-perfect way. Harmonies, the late Benjamin Orr on bass reminding that Ric Ocasek wasn’t he only lead singer, and the great eight-bar solos from Elliott Easton on the guitar. The Cars were best loved on record, and I have never talked to anyone who loved their shows in the 80’s. But back in the late 1970’s, after the debut album, they were still nicely raw.