British rock legends Procol Harum were captured here at their finest in concert at London s Union Chapel in 2004. The band perform tracks from their then-new album, The Well s On Fire, alongside many of their classics including Pandora s Box, Homburg, Conquistador, A Salty Dog, Quite Rightly So and the rarely heard full length version of A Whiter Shade Of Pale. It was the last night of a tour that had taken them from London through Europe, Japan, North America and then back again to London and the band celebrated with a truly magical performance. Almost thirty years before, an awe-struck John Peel had likened Procol Harum in concert to 'a huge engine cruising' and on this night in December 2003 it was returning home with nine months' accumulated momentum. Using just six cameras, the film crew brilliantly captures the warm atmosphere of that winter evening with unobtrusive subtlety. The filming, like the performance, is beyond reproach. Ten years hence, the DVD takes on a different role again, documenting the final public show from the longest-lasting incarnation of this Protean group: Gary Brooker, aka The Commander (voice and piano), sporting the MBE awarded at Buckingham Palace that very day, Mark Brzezicki (drums), Matthew Fisher (Hammond organ), Matt Pegg (bass) and Geoff Whitehorn (guitar). They deliver an unforgettable performance. As Christel Loar at Popmatters.com (November 2011) accurately put it: '...it's one stunner right after another, and everyone there knows it.'