I'll say from the outset that, if you are a Clapton or Baker or Winwood fan, this DVD is a treasure to own. It's a great treat to see the band up close and the songs have stood the test of time well. The bands sound good save for a few flat notes from Winwood's singing, but overall they do a good job and it's great to see them perform. The DVD quality is not up to current standards but it's amazing that the concert footage survived all these years. Although strange for their first concert, it is nonetheless cool that someone had the intelligence to film the band back then. You'll be dissappointed, certainly, if you expect it to be perfect. It's got the usual 60's psychotic-maniac production-the film crew taping everything but the band half the time. You see the park, trees, a plane, the waterway, people walking, people dizzed out of their minds either sitting and staring aimlessly or dancing around as if someone had dropped a hungry scorpion down their pants. The cameramen love to zoom in and out of hands, arms, faces, just for the thrill I guess, so be prepared to ignore the wild photography and cheap affects and then you will enjoy the video. Gosh, if only they had used ALL of the cameras that day to focus in on the band, especially Eric and Ginger...sigh! The thing I like is that it's daylight and you can actually see the band, the equipment, the stage, the facial expressions, all without the psychodelic images that usually plague the old concerts. The sound quality is good for something this old. You might ask yourself, "What does a Telecaster guitar with a beat up Strat neck-attached sound like"? I wondered about this too. Well, it sounds like, ah, a Stato-Tele-caster thing. I guess Eric didn't quite plan on 100,000 possessed fans to show up, not to mention the film crew. He looks fairly introverted throughout the whole thing. The band seemed unnervingly surrounded on all sides by the throngs of fans. In all fairness to the band, a debut concert in this environment must have been totally whack and overwhelming. I've been waiting axiously for this DVD to be released in the USA but gave up and had to go elsewhere to get it. Amazingly, although in PAL version, it plays 100% on my American Philips PET710 DVD player! As a side note, I was fortunate enough to see Blind Faith during their brief American tour, in NYC at MSG. It was wonderful. Clapton was wearing an all white suit and the crowd went beserk all night every time he played a lead, especially when he used his wah-wah during Presence Of The Lord. Ginger was powerful and awesome. The band sounded excellent. At the end, the crowd was so frenzied that they mobbed the band as they tried to exit from their revolving center stage, which had provided terrific views of the band that night but proved to be very bad for security. After an encore, Ginger pleaded for his life over the microphone that night as the crowd, at the end, was truly frightening. He barely escaped to the dressing room. I loved the band back then and still do now but I suppose it was all too much for them, especially Eric. I'm glad I was able to get a copy of this DVD and I truly recommend it to anyone who is a fan or just curious. It's worth it! I also recently contacted the company who distributes this DVD and they wrote to me saying that it looks doubtful it will ever be released in the USA at this point in time.