This Biography/Documentary is so well done, what a cool guy!. I was a bit hesitant because I've purchased these kind of things before and they were so awful, but this isn't one of them. Fantastic interview with Ritchie who seems very much at ease in his own surroundings, interspersed with fantastic interviews and high praise from so many of today's most respected musicians. Even praise from his old bandmates from the many different versions of Purple, who nowadays seem more content to throw Ritchie under the bus-- sorry boys, but without Ritchie in your life I wouldn't have ever even heard your name--fact...well, maybe Jon Lord's, maybe.... Mr. Blackmore is truly one of the most under appreciated pioneering guitarists still with us from the early beginnings of Rock, arguably single-handedly starting a entire genre of guitar by incorporating classical influences in modern hard rock music, all delivered with a touch and sense of humor that is unequaled by any of his peers or his followers . Finally, let's not forget "Smoke on the Water", the riff that killed Elvis!!