Racking up over 25 Top 40 hits with The Four Seasons - and more as a solo artist - Frankie Valli remains one of America's more enduring performers. Recorded live at Chicago's Park West Club in 1982, this 20th anniversary gig is a celebratory romp through their career, Valli's incredible triple-octave range piercing the likes of 'Sherry' and 'Big Girls Don't Cry' with his trademark falsetto. Other smash hits on offer include 'Walk Like A Man', 'Let's Hang On!' and 'Working My Way Back To You', later revived by The Spinners. There's also an intimate re-enactment of the band's early days, singing on street corners in their native New Jersey. Huddled around the mic, Valli and The Four Seasons make close-harmony gold of 'A Sunday Kind Of Love'. Then there's Cole Porter standard 'I've Got You Under My Skin', the 1967's million selling 'Can't Take My Eyes Off You' and the Barry Gibb-penned chart-topper 'Grease', the title track from 1978's record-breaking movie. Platinum pop for all weathers, in fact.