Running for two and a half hours, Hello Quo! documents the fifty year history of the band. All of the key moments of their career are covered, the early psychedelic hits, the change to no-frills rock in the early 1970's, the years of success, the years of excess, the split in 1984, Live Aid, suing Radio 1, Rick's quadruple-heart bypass and then onto the present day, which finds them still recording and gigging, and as keen as ever.
One of the best things about the documentary is that all the members of the group have a voice, and both Alan Lancaster and John Coghlan have plenty of stories to recount.
In addition to Quo members past and present, there's a number of familiar faces including Brian May, Jeff Lynne and Paul Weller who have their own opinions and insights into what makes the group tick.
Apart from the main documentary, there's another three hours of bonus footage, of which the Shepperton Final Cut feature is the jewel in the crown. Running for 45 minutes, it's a chance to see Parfitt, Rossi, Lancaster and Coghlan reunited and performing some favourites from their back catalogue.
This is a great package and a fitting tribute to an enduring band.