The dvd is decent quality if not spectacular because of its age. Strangely, three of the 'live' songs have sound directly from the album which is quite disappointing ('Standing in the Rain', 'Sweet Talking Woman' and 'Turn To Stone'). In fact the only live bit on 'Turn To Stone' is a bit of jangly guitar over the top of it; surely ELO didn't mime?!?
All the rest of the tracks are live and sound pretty good so why they or the sound engineers did that is beyond me.
The show is great, with the highlight being 'Roll Over Beethoven' where the cellists, Hugh McDowell and Melvyn Gale, leap around like mad things.
The 'Discovery' special feature is basically a video for each of the nine tracks on Discovery which is kind of cool, particularly if it's your favourite ELO album, as it is mine.
All in all, this is a pretty good souvenir of a great band in full flight, it's not up to modern dvd standards in terms of sound or picture, unlike 'Zoom', but to see ELO when they really were a band makes up for it, especially at this price.
Out of the Blue Live: Standing in the Rain, Night in the City, Turn To Stone, Tightrope, Telephone Line, Rockaria, Wild West Hero, Showdown, Sweet Talkin' Woman, Mr. Blue Sky, Do Ya, Livin' Thing, Roll Over Beethoven
Discovery Videos: Shine A Little Love, Confusion, Need Her Love, Diary of Horace Wimp, Last Train To London, Midnight Blue, On The Run, Wishing, Don't Bring Me Down.