Covers of The Flying Burrito Brothers, Grateful Dead, Devendra Banhart & the Stones, and it's only the bonus section of this, the Crowes first DVD-release. I'd recommend viewing it first, as it sees the band getting ready for the show. No complete songs are heard, but still these rehearsal snippets excite, give insight to the Crowes organic approach to music.
The concert footage shows them playing the legendary Fillmore venue in Frisco for an enthusiastic audience in the fall of 2005, when their come back tour had well and properly taken off. It's all from just one performance out of their multi-night Fillmore run, the amazing musical skills of them band augmented by the West Coast Horns, whose added flavour is ever the better when one knows they only rehearsed with the Crowes that very same afternoon.
The footage is pleasing to the eye, and even if Chris Robinson is a natural main attraction as the vocalist and front man, cameras don't stay glued on him, and one gets a good sense of what is happening on stage (the six piece band, two backing vocalists, and the four man horn section).
I find showing the footage of the band members walking and hanging around Frisco during the jams an excellent idea, more so since it's quite psychedelic without reverting to cheesy special fx. Needless to say the musical soundtrack to these sections is VERY psychedelic, and not a bit cheesy!
The song selection is well balanced and covers the band's whole career, main focus being on the Southern Harmony and Amorica albums.