In all honesty, I cannot be anything but obsequious when discussing Procol Harum (and I can't even say that about the Rolling Stones, who I spent more than a quarter of my life trying to..."replicate.") And although this DVD displays Procol Harum with its weakest lineup (unfortunately, their most commercially successful lineup, though), that with David Ball pulling the most incredibly tortured faces while playing "wee-wee-diddly-SQUEECH" on his Gibson SG - still: Procol Harum merely breaking wind is better than 99&44/100th of anything else available. OK, that being said, when my wife bought me a DVD player for my birthday, this was also the first DVD she bought - but it IS kind of funny when she asks me, "hey, isn't that the group that did 'Whiter Shade Of Pale?'" And I also do not appreciate the truncated performance of "Simple Sister," played without either the dramatic "buildup" part that precedes the guitar solo, or the solo, itself. Thank Heaven, however, the final two segments showcase the group in its most prolific form, that with guitarist-extraordinare Mick Grabham. The song "Drunk Again" is kind of like, "UHhhhhhhhhhhhhhh," a la The Beatles' "Magical Mystery Tour" or the Stones' "Satanic Majesties," but the performance of "Grand Hotel" is nothing but SUBLIME: during that little "orchestral" part between the two Rachmaninoff-esque "rapidly accelerating tempo" parts, Procol's late, great drummer, BJ Wilson plays the part on a mandolin. I guess Gary Brooker WASN'T exaggerating when he credited BJ with performance of "22 Mandolins!" in the liner notes to "Grand Hotel" after all, huh?