||A cult classic of midnight movies and laser shows from the '70s comes to DVD. While not the best work of Led Zeppelin, it's the only live concert footage we have, and it's pretty good. A dizzyingly surreal mix of psychedelic effects, fantasy sequences, scenes of home and family, and a 1973 concert at Madison Square Garden, it begs the question "What the heck were we wearing back then?"...I do have to give this somewhat of a reviewer's tilt for nostalgia value. I think it's worth having, especially for Zeppelin fans, in fact for those it's a must buy...If you consider this a documentary rather than as a concert performance, the ratings go up...Jimmy Page has recently stated that he thinks DVD is the format to use for unearthing their archives, and we can hope that better sounding recordings and concert footage will be forthcoming.