This DVD is brilliant, very interesting to hear the story of one of the most underrated rock bands ever in their own words (archive interviews with Ronnie Lane and Steve Marriott are included, as well as new interviews with Kenny Jones, Ian McLagen and Jimmy Winston), and the documentary, which I think lasted about 1 hour 40 minutes includes nearly 30 performances, including appearances on pop programmes of the day and a couple of music videos. Unfortunately the video for "Lazy Sunday" isn't included, which is a shame as it's very entertaining.
My only complaint was that the sound on some of their later, psychadelic songs was a bit messed up, for example during the performance of "Green Circles" Ronnie Lane was inaudible, although this could have been the sound setting I had on at the time (there is the option for 2 channel stereo, and 5.1 surround sound). I'll try to investigate and try it using a different sound setting.
Special features include the full, final interview with Ronnie Lane from 1988, which lasts about 15-20 minutes, the option to watch all of the musical performances without the interviews etc. and a photo gallery.
Also included is a 'scrapbook' which contains details of whats on the DVD, as well as information about the band and their records.
All in all, a brilliant buy, for all music fans, and especially fans of the Small Faces.