Undeniably Iconic Show, Not Entirely Honestly Presented
One of the things I really appreciate about DGM is the way they tend to be very transparent about the shortcomings of any recordings they make available and... unfortunately with this particular recording that is not the case.
For instance, there's no mention in the description of the apparent gaps in the recording that have been crudely patched, most noticeably in the second verse of 21st Century Schizoid Man (where the three-note ascending pattern of the riff has been duplicated from its first iteration in this recording and the first few lines have been dubbed in from the much later Fillmore West recording with the addition of a cassette click sound effect) and the opening verse of Get Thy Bearings (which has been copied and pasted in from near the end of the song, again cutting in and out with the same cassette click sound effect).
While editing like this isn't necessarily a bad thing, and does help restore some semblance of the musical experience (I'm reasonably certain there are some other patches in here well-hidden enough that I haven't spotted them), it does feel uncharacteristically dishonest to present this as a completely true and accurate representation of what the crowd heard at Hyde Park that day. The 21st Century Schizoid Man edit is particularly jarring given how different to the rest of the recoding Lake's growling end-of-tour vocal tone is in that clip, to say nothing of the way the pitch and timing jolt and make it feel as though the band collectively stumbled for a moment.