The CD is excellent, in both sound quality, and content. For anyone that's been to Massey Hall, the sound of the seats being struck in urge of an encore within this performance is eerily familiar.
The DVD is probably going to get a lot of negativity thrown at it, but it shouldn't. Yes the video quality is absolutely horrendous, but conversely the audio is absolutely sensational. The DVD is done in high res (96kHz), and although these high res offerings often sound thin and sterile, this one was exceptional. Warm and full, capturing an extreme level of detail in Neil's voice... and considering how terrible the visual portion of the DVD was, one would think the audio to match would be of similar poor quality. Not the case. It's not like a high res reworking of the masters can magically create something where there was nothing, but it is evident that the source must have been a great execution and this technology has certainly unlocked its potential.
The ability to have such a great audio quality item from the early 70's no less, and from a period where NY was arguably at the peak of his musical output is a combination we fans of NY should be extremely thankful for.