Just finished watching this and, having hearing some of the many bootlegs from the Devil You Tour, it is a welcome official release...and a fitting tribute to the legendary RJD.
Some nice camera work - especially the overhead shots of Vinny - and shots from left, front and centre gives the whole band an equal presence on stage...it is incredible to actually see what a 'busy' bass guitarist Geezer actually is and the relaxed way Tony Iommi grinds the riffs out...and it seemed that Ronnie even owned that piece of Wacken that night...the 19 minute Heaven and Hell actually had me spellbound.
The whole concert runs for 87 mins...hence my reason for buying the DVD and not the CD & I would not normally have done this (I don't get the time to watch DVDs) but, being a bit of a completist, I had to have the whole set...so I could decide what 7 mins to edit off to get it onto one CD (there is at least 7 minutes worth of crowd noise & drum solo to edit out so the CD can have had all of the music)
I have not heard the CD but from the track listings they seemed to have missed off Country Girl which is a minute or so prelude into Neon Nights which, when first heard, was a superb combination.
Apart from the complete concert...the DVD has each band member being interviewed (on their own) talking candidly about how it all happened, their favourite tracks, the break ups, the getting back togethers...and the feeling that this time - under the name of Heaven & Hell(probably without the weight and expectations of the Black Sabbath name)it felt better good again.....Vinny even goes onto hint that there is an even better album to come out of them...but sadly that was not to happen.
Where do they go from here???...according to his website Tony Iommi is demoing some material and I do hope that they continue - with Jorn Lande maybe? I'm sure Ronnie would have wanted it to continue and not leave the Heaven & Hell story here.