Singer-songwriter-producer Midge Ure has never really caught in the States, but his new R1 DVD, Midge Ure: Rewind - The Greatest Hits Tour (Eagle Vision, $17.98), is really swell. The former frontman for the group Ultravox (who also never really caught on here) and co-founder of Band Aid ("Do They Know It's Christmas?") offers 19 live songs and much more on the DVD. Folks here will be happy to know that the DVD is presented in anamorphic widescreen (although with lots of intentionally grainy and overexposed footage) and sounds fabulous in Dolby Digital or DTS 5.1 (also DD 2.0). The live songs are: Cold, Cold Heart Call of the Wild Fade to Grey Dear God I See Hope (You) Move Me No Regrets Alone Breathe One Small Day Monster Beneath a Spielberg Sky Lament Vienna Love's Great Adventure If I Was Hymn The Voice Dancing With Tears in My Eyes There's lots of great stuff here, but highlights include mesmerizing renditions of Breathe and Dear God, and an unforgettable performance of the Ultravox hit Vienna--with a special duet guest, British opera tenor Russell Watson, who has done his own cover of the song. The audience is really low in the mix--just enough between songs to remind the viewers it's a concert but not obtrusive otherwise The DVD has some fine extras, too: * Filmed acoustic solo performances of No Regrets, Vienna and Dancing With Tears in My Eyes. * Interviews about 17 of Ure's songs, Ultravox and his demos. * Music videos for Under a Spielberg Sky and (You) Move Me. The entire prgram runs about 2 1/2 hours. Minor quibbles: * The editing is frantic during the concert footage. * His lip movement doesn't always match the audio, clearly because of multiple takes to provide coverage for the wild editing. Most of the out-of-sync shots are long. * No subtitled lyrics. These should be a mandatory feature on any music DVD. Anyway, I'm sure I'm posting this for, like, two other people, but I just wanted to make sure fans knew this was a worthwhile release. At $17.98 MSRP ($15.99 shipped from DVD Planet), it's a steal.