Canned Heat were one of the hardest living and hardest working bands of the late '60s and through the '70s. Led by the inimitable Bob 'The Bear' Hite, a huge man with a personality to match, they established themselves as one of the greatest white blues bands of all time. For the first time, this DVD tells the full unexpurgated story from the surviving band members and management. The second disc contains their 1973 concert performance from the Montreux Jazz Festival. This concert features a guest appearance from Clarence Gatemouth Brown on several tracks. Documentary features excerpts of the following songs: 'On the Road Again', 'Woodstock Boogie', 'Canned Heat Blues', 'Jivin' Blues', 'Bullfrog Blues', 'My Crime', 'Refried Boogie', 'Whiskey And Wimmin', 'Going Up the Country', 'Time Was' and more.