The concert DVD wastes no time in delivering the goods — after a brief introduction, with scenes in which the band warms up backstage while fans picnic outside as they declare their love for the band's music, the band kicks off with a jazz-rock version of "Fly Like an Eagle" that features individual solos from the members of Miller's amazingly tight band, skilled musicians who have been playing together for more than two decades. Halfway through the tune, keyboardist Joseph Wooten surprises the audience by taking the mic to briefly rap over the tune's theme. The selections on the set mix crowd-pleasers like "Abracadabra," "Jungle Love," "Take the Money and Run" and "Dance Dance Dance" with tunes that relate to Miller's Chicago Blues roots, such as "Mercury Blues," Robert Johnson's iconic "Crossroads," and a cover of Jimmie Vaughan's upbeat "Boom Bapa Boom."
The accompanying documentary features a conversation with Miller as he takes us on a tour of the Chicago he knew 40 years ago when he started out, including some locations of the clubs where he used to play — all of which have since been demolished. This prompts his emotional comment, "If there's a place that you like, enjoy it."