First things first! Though this Bluray Disc is being promoted as 3D, you do not need a 3D TV to watch it. Upon inserting the BD in your standard BD player an image appears on the screen that asks if you want 3D or 2D. I don't have a 3D player (and see no reason to get one) but enjoyed this set.
I used the word "set" in previous paragraph because there are two discs in the package and - between the two there are THREE different programs with a total running time of nearly 3 ½ hours! Certainly great value.
Over the last 10 years or so, I've reviewed many of the "Live at Montreux" DVDs released by Eagle Vision. Though the festival from whose archives the performances come is officially the Montreux Jazz Festival - the music styles are all over the spectrum with many rock and pop performers included. The 85 minute film, "Experience Montreux", that fills Disc One, and was the last film produced by MJF founder Claude Nobbs reflects this variety. There are major names like Elvis Costello and Herbie Hanconk, world music artists new to me (from Brazil and Poland,) and emerging indie-folk artists like Mumford & Sons (before their breakthrough) all recorded at the 2010 MJF. Yes, there is rock (Massive Attack) and rap (NAS and Damian Marley). So, you do need an open mind to music styles when watching this. (I have one so I enjoyed it). Between the performances are a few short interviews with the performers (about how important the MJF is) and some great stories from Nobbs (who died in December 2012) just before two of the three films here won awards at the 3D Film Awards.
The second Disc includes two concerts which are definitely jazz. First is one by Quincy Jones (as leader) and the Global Gumbo All Stars, with Herbie Hancock (who played more MJFs than any artist) as a guest on one number. (Note that a performance of HH with QJ and the GGAS is on Disc One also). Then there is a concert by Hancock and his band performing songs from his "Imagine Project" performing songs by Joni Mitchell, Bob Marley and John Lennon plus his hit composition "Watermelon Man". In fact, that song appears THREE times between the two discs.
The Blu-ray image is sharp and the sound wonderful. I'm not sure how much the #D will add to the enjoyment - except for the scenes of the beauty of Montreaux in the "travelogue" section on the first disc. But, if you are a lover of Jazz, and have a BD player, I can certainly recommend this set.
I hope you found this review both informative and helpful.