Finally, it's out! The complete performance of the Miles Davis Group at the Isle of Wight Festival in 1970. The set was only 38 minutes long, so the disc is fleshed out with a decent documentary on Miles' electric music, mostly comprising 'talking heads' from former sidemen. Carlos Santana, of all people, gets more screen time than anyone else - who made him an expert on Miles Davis? Stanley Crouch also manages to get his usual criticisms in. Those speaking in the documentary inc: Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Keith Jarrett, Jack DeJohnette, Gary Bartz, Dave Liebman, James Mtume, Pete Cosey, Dave Holland and Airto. The documentary includes a few tantalising glimpses of footage of the Jarrett/Bartz/Henderson and Cosey/Liebman/Foster bands. Hope that those concerts might get released one day. As for the Isle of Wight performance, the music is 'interesting'! It's pretty chaotic in parts - Dave Holland (on a Fender Precision) is sometimes the only one keeping it from turning into one big trainwreck. Sound and picture quality is very high. This DVD came out in the USA a couple of weeks ago. Has anyone else seen this yet?