As 'fyi', this release is also available as a dvd, though the blu listing does not indicate as much. This dvd whet my appetite to extent that I soon ordered single blu disc of Monterey Pop, which has original film PLUS extras. So $7.50 for Jimi and Otis dvd Jimi Plays Monterey / Shake! Otis at Monterey (The Criterion Collection), $16 for rest of festival on blu Monterey Pop (The Criterion Collection) [Blu-ray] (Single Disc) = entire set for $23.50 (used copies, but still very pleased!). The dvd was my first foray into festival, and given age/'67 technology, -but Criterion restore- believe dvd is most sufficient! NOTE: in 'Jimi' portion of dvd, was initially a bit 'disconcerted' (pun intended) that it starts with approx 11 min prologue, including killer artiste, John Phillips' narrative of Hendrix' rise to fame up to Monterey (and American) debut, and several live audio/video clips of earlier work ('Can You See Me?' works nicely with painting). A second watch improved my appreciation for intro approach, but Jimi concert footage then runs (only) 36 fantastic minutes. 'Otis' portion is brief (19 min) but stellar, and has as extra an interesting 18 min. interview with his manager, Phil Walden. A most worthy Criterion release, and now looking forward to viewing rest of filmed festival!