ROCKIN' 88s captures 3 legendary rockers at the height of their live careers. It's a valuable portrait of three distinctive keyboardists, whose dexterity and skills helped shape Rock 'n' Roll in its formative years. Jerry Lee's take on his signature tune -- "Great Balls of Fire" -- proves that 40 years on, Jerry Lee Lewis is still his own man and a consummate performer. "Walkin' to New Orleans" captures Domino's charismatic presence so well that it seems to pluck his smiling, plump self up from his piano bench and put him right next to the listener. Richard's voice is in fine shape and when he unleashes his trademark scream and his flailing piano style it is easy to remember why he is rock's most enigmatic charmer.