Maybe not everyone's cup of tea, but have been looking at this for a while and this seems like a good price so finally took the plunge...hope someone else finds it useful :)
"Nearly 40 summers ago on August 31, 1970, 35-year-old Leonard Cohen was awakened at 2 a.m. from a nap in his trailer and brought onstage to perform with his band at the third annual Isle Of Wight music festival. The audience of 600,000 was in a fiery and frenzied mood, after turning the festival into a political arena, trampling the fences, setting fire to structures and equipment and stoked by the most incendiary performance of Jimi Hendrixs career. As Cohen followed Hendrixs set, onlookers (and fellow festival headliners) Joan Baez, Kris Kristofferson, Judy Collins and others stood side stage in awe as the Canadian folksinger songwriter- poet-novelist quietly tamed the crowd. "Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Murray Lerner, whose footage of the 1970 festival did not begin to see release until 1995, was able to capture Cohens performance. This package is available in two formats. The DVD/CD contains the new documentary by Lerner and the full performance on CD. All tracks are previously unreleased (apart from bits of Suzanne which were featured in the documentary Message to Love, also by Lerner). Included are live versions of classic songs from the first two Leonard Cohen LPs: So Long, Marianne, The Stranger Song, Hey, Thats No Way To Say Goodbye, Suzanne, Bird On The Wire, You Know Who I Am, and The Partisan, as well as spoken word and poetry."