Jeez, I've watched this about a dozen times. For 60s Beatles fans like me, this is what "Let It Be" should have been. A killer band recording an album in front of cameras without overdubs. And it looks and sounds great.
The weird thing is, this is much better than the official "King Of Limbs" album. I bought the WAV download of the official album when it was released, and I liked it, but the only song that REALLY clicked was "Morning Mr. Magpie" (which, I think, is about a morning bird singing outside and screwing up your songwriting efforts).
The rest of the album was good, but the "glitch" effect was applied too liberally, distracting the listener's attention from the song. (To hear glitch at it's best and most melodic, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE pick up the rather expensive import CD of "Tronika" by Sketch Show. It's one of my top twenty albums!)
This DVD puts the songs in a different light. There's two drummers keeping the weird rhythms going along with three guitars (and the occasional retro keyboard). My God, it works VERY well. I actually took the time to capture the audio to CD. This is a killer album.
This is way up there with stuff like The Talking Heads' "Stop Making Sense". Buy it now, before it's gone.
(P.S. "Giving Up The Ghost" is the most sublime and breath-taking musical performance I have on video.)