I approached this with a mixture of excitement and apprehension, it could easily have been a hand-held recording from halfway back(which is where I was on that day). I knew there was no band-approved release because they're on record as being mortified when they watched a playback next day. Well, bits of it do justify that reaction, but on the other hand the general quality is about as good as could be expected. It's just great to finally see it, warts and all. A couple of songs are spoiled by awful vocals fom Nash, who must have had trouble hearing himself, and Joni Mitchell really should have resisted the temptation to augment the harmonies, much as I venerate the woman, her contributions are a mess, particularly on Helpless and Judy Blue Eyes. The gig is appealingly shambolic but has some wonderful moments. In the end, nothing makes a more lasting impression than Mr Stills, who seems to have dropped in from Planet Coke. Boy, was he wired.He must have inhaled his share of the take just before going on. For better or worse, if you're a fan and/or were there, you should have this.