Little Richard: Live at the Toronto Peace Festival 1969 took place during one of Rock 'N' Roll's biggest rebirths, a popular reawakening that inspired the historic Toronto Rock 'N' Roll Revival concert where this phenomenal performance was filmed. Among the greats who appeared at this festival (including Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Jerry Lee Lewis and Gene Vincent), it's safe to say that Little Richard electrified the audience the most. Making a dramatic entrance under a single spotlight wearing a shirt covered in tiny mirrors, Richard commanded the attention of his audience with his over-the-top stage show as he barreled through his classics. The energy was unparalleled. Beautifully filmed by Academy Award-nominated director D.A. Pennebaker (Don't Look Back, Monterey Pop), this concert film not only captures the raw energy of Richard's explosive performance, but the adoration of a young crowd looking to cut loose with one of Rock's greats still in his prime. Shout Factory. 2009.