Showing that there's a lot more to them than "Born To Be Wild," John Kay and Steppenwolf return to the live arena on this awesome release. The band fully embraced the counterculture movement of the 1960s, and their music embodies much of the sentiment that was ingrained in the youth culture explosion of that particular decade. Their name may not have stayed in the spotlight for long, but they have managed to sell millions of records across the globe. The group reunited in 1980 after a six year hiatus, and have toured solidly in the subsequent decades. Contemporary audiences seem to love their insurrectionary 60s sound just as much as the ageing rockers who witnessed them the first time out, proving that their potent message has stood the test of time, and allowed them to enjoy their status as rock legends.