Synopsis by Karla Baker
The A.R.M.S. (Action for Research Into Multiple Sclerosis) concert was videotaped live at the Royal Albert Hall in London on September 20, 1983. An ensemble of superstar musicians paid tribute to former Faces guitarist Ronnie Lane, who was diagnosed with MS. In part one of this two-part set, Eric Clapton, Ray Cooper, Fernando Saunders, James Hooker, Chris Stainton, Kenny Jones, Charlie Watts, Steve Winwood, Andy Fairweather, and Bill Wyman provide the music. Songs performed are "Everybody Oughta Make a Change," "Rita Mae," "Lay Down Sally," "Rambling on My Mind," "Have You Ever Loved a Woman," "Cocaine," "Man Smart, Woman Smarter," "Road Runner," "Slowdown Sundown," "Take Me to the River," and "Gimme Some Lovin'."