Over-all, nicely done. Video quality is very good. Sound is OK, one simply must remember watching any act from this era in present day isn't going to live up to the original recordings. Gary hadn't reached 20 years of age when he had already recorded his seven top ten hits. He'll be 60 in July '06, yet his voice has held up quite well, i.e. He does an excellent job singing "Count Me In". No, he doesn't sound like he's 20 anymore, but still he holds his own. Song selection is what you'd expect, however, it is curious he performs a couple songs that were not hits while omitting songs that did make the Top 40 '66-'68. The most notable flaw for me was "Everybody Loves A Clown". What set that song apart was the use of a harpsichord as the lead instrument in the original recording. The keyboard player does an admirable job trying to replicate that sound but obviously it falls short and the song suffers because of it.
Throughout the video Lewis provides insightful commentary which is well done, although it would have been good if he'd spent a least a couple moments discussing the original band members (kind of a where are they now). Perhaps the nicest touch of all comes at the end of the video which has clips of Gary performing with his father. Very well done.
Basically, if you are a Gary Lewis fan, this DVD is a must have, considering, where else are you going to find this sort of thing?