Sorely disappointing, below par live recording. I'm writing these review just because I think music buyers should be warned.
Nowadays recording equipments allow artists to put out live recordings which are rich, with full dynamics, profound bass and neatly defined trebles, capable of matching studio quality.
Blur, on the contrary, come out with this "thing", this muddy, indistinct recording, which would have been judged not-state-of-the art even 40 years ago (I own 1970's live recordings which sound better than this).
Beside the mediocre sound, the band itself doesn't add up to much, for most part of the concert sounding uninspired and flat. Or maybe they sound flat precisely because they "sound" flat.
Either way, the real question is: WHY? Why are Blur releasing recordings like these?