I had seen parts of this DVD on the internet and found myself watching those videos repeatedly so I finally bought the disk. Amy's banter in-between songs is priceless and gives a bit of insight into what she thinks about her music. The performances here are the most relaxed that I've ever seen her. She's in her own element; her-hometown and has parents, friends, and husband in the audience. Their support is apparently a morale and confidence booster for her because she is in control and handles each performance like the professional musician that she was.
It's humorous that she keeps her drinks on stage with her and even takes gulps in-between and during her singing. In light of her passing, I guess that could be looked at as a sad aspect but here it seems to add to her unique stage persona. Her home-town audience embraces it as well as her music. She's a little tipsy throughout but it's cool.
The documentary walks through the various stages of Amy's life and is mostly moderated by her and her dad. It's good stuff. I love this DVD!