This performance at the Royal Albert Hall was clearly one of the better - maybe one of the best shows - of 1969. Jimi's playing had developed a lot since the start of the Experience and his singing too was very strong and confident in this show. This show was highlighted by an unusual quantity of high class blues performances, including a stellar version of "Bleeding Heart" never filmed anywhere else, great versions of "Red House" and "Hear My Train A'Comin'", a fine lyrical "Little Wing", great psychedelic rock songs, especially "I Don't Live Today" and "Voodoo Child S.R." and a successful jam with parts of Traffic (especially Chris Wood on flute) on "Room Full Of Mirrors", also not filmed anywhere else. So this is a successful and important Hendrix show. The picture quality of the film itself is low, however, because this is not an official release but one composed from the video collections of various fans. On the other hand the sound quality is great.