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  • Audio CD (January 24, 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Polygram Records
  • ASIN: B000001FNM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #216,885 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. I've Got To Get A Message To You
2. Love So Right
3. Edge Of The Universe
4. Come On Over
5. Can't Keep A Good Man Down
6. New York Mining Disater 1941
7. Run To Me / World
8. Holiday/I Can't See Nobody/I Started A Joke/Massachusetts
9. How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
10. To Love Somebody
Disc: 2
1. You Should Be Dancing
2. Boogie Child
3. Down The Road
4. Words
5. Wind Of Change
6. Nights On Broadway
7. Jive Talkin'
8. Lonely Days

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A must for all Bee Gees fans.
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Not only did I not have to wait for it to ship and arrive, but I also found that the download went quite painless and the quality was excellent.
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A must hear and an excellent starting point.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Caitlin on June 18, 2002
Format: Audio CD
By 1976, the Bee Gees had released the smash albums, "Main Course" and "Children of the World", and had pulled off the two #1 singles, "Jive Talkin" and "You Should Be Dancin". Feeling the high of their first successful streak in nearly 4 years, the Bee Gees decided to embark on an extensive concert tour throughout the country. One concert, performed at the Forum in LA, was recorded and planned on as being released as the first ever-live Bee Gees album. The Bee Gees presented a fantastic concert on the night of December 20th 1976! From the show opener "Gotta Get A Message To You", to the lively concluding number, "Lonely Days", the Bee Gees gave a very enthusiastic and enjoyable performance. Barry's renditions of "Words" and "Love So Right" are very memorable, and Robin's vibrato blasting lead in "I Started A Joke" and "Massachusetts" is outstanding! The brotherly harmonies are impeccable throughout each incredible song on the two-disc set. Because of the incredible variety of songs from dance music, balladry, and 60's pop, it doesn't take much to enjoy this album. I'm particularly partial to the incredibly energetic version of "Jive Talkin" and the beautifully performed, "Nights On Broadway". The Bee Gees are truly masters in all aspects of music, including live performance. "Here At Last...Bee Gees...Live" is really a fine example of the Bee Gees' ability to give a nearly flawless live performance. All in all, this is a wonderful CD to have in any collection, and by far one of the finest concerts ever released on record.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Martin A Hogan HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on May 31, 2001
Format: Audio CD
"Here At Last..." is the first live recording by the Bee Gees since they started their incredible world wide appeal in 1967. Masterfully crafted, Rolling Stone magazine stated that it was one of the finest live recordings to date (circa 1977). Indeed, it encompasses all of the Bee Gees trademark arrangements, including a nine song medley, finishing with the a paired down bluesey version of "To Love Somebody". "You Should Be Dancing" clocks in at a record 9:22 minutes, including a stunning drum and persussion solo between Dennis Bryon and Joe Lala. All the major hits 'just before' Saturday Night Fever are here and done well. Finishing with a rousing "Jive Talkin'", the Gibbs come back for a spine-tingling encore of "Lonely Days". The second chorus guitar/drum startup of this song is incredible. This double-CD has been reissued just recently, since "One Night Only", due to high demand. Get it before it sells out again.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Martin A Hogan HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on June 14, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I had already reviewed this CD in detail. Highlights include a 9:22 minute version of "You Should Be Dancing" with drum/percussion duel and the last five songs that are perfectly performed with an encore of "Lonely Days" that will send shivers up your neck.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 21, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I had just seen the Bee Gees in concert on their Spirits Having Flown tour in 1979 when I first heard this album. At the show, the thing that struck me most were the sweet harmonies. I haven't heard anything that sweet before or since. When I heard this ablum I was so glad there was a recording that captured their harmonies sweet and live. From the ending chord change on Massachusetts to Love So Right, Nights on Broadway, this is truly the Bee Gees at their best. No Bee Gees fan should be without this record, and even if you don't like them all that much, if you like music at all you should still check this out.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Martin Swart on November 13, 1999
Format: Audio CD
If you have the latest release of the Bee Gees, their "One Night Only" album and you want to hear them live in a different way, this is the album to get.
This is a concert the Bee Gees had at the Forum on 20 December 1976. It were recorded and the album were released in 1977. It's a box set as you know and it simple great. What makes it very different of the "One Night Only" album in the first place, is that the show doesn't start with an intro or ends with an outro. They suddenly kick of with "I've Gotta Get A Message To You", which by the way they sang great, and then doing a few songs of their latest two albums on that stage, "Main Course" and "Children Of The World." Then you get a few great oldies in a medley and a bit slower "To Love Somebody"
On the second cd, which starts with "You Should Be Dancing" and made longer to 9:22 minutes with a drum solo on the end, we also have a few songs of their latest two albums and the slightly rock song "Down The Road" from their 1974 album, "Mr. Natural. We get a different version of "Words" this time. On "Nights On Broadway" Barrys falsetto isn't what it is on the studio "Nights On Broadway", but it's still great to hear this great song live and the fans roaring when the song starts. "Jive Talkin'" has a little more beat to it than the studio "Jive Talkin'" and "Lonely Days", like always, rocks you out of your pants.
Only two words - GET IT!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By kristin724 on December 15, 2008
Format: Audio CD
So after saying I'm going to do a Here At Live review this month, and then that month, I'm finally doing it! Why not take a gander at the boys 1977 Live double disc? I bought a promo record set of Here At Last from my local Gibber friend Molly, but I've only listening to it once or twice. My mom asked if it was really worth the $20 dollars....Heck yeah! Fortunately, I found the CD set at a shop several months later, and then all was right with the world.

If I had to tell my utmost favorite Bee Gees song, this version of I've Gotta Get A Message To You has to be it. Is it perfect? No. There are certainly tighter tunes out there to present as finer points of Gibb songwriting. I love the original-it's so sappy and melancholy-but the Here at Last version of Message rocks and has that somber feel. The brass puts it over the top, and Robin is still quivering his sad tune in between. Barry's ad-libbed ending gives Message that extra pop. There's even a "You rock, Barry!" shout at the end. Robin's recent live version comes close-it does after all have a full orchestra-but the height of harmony here wins out. A must hear and an excellent starting point.

As a later day Gibber, I find it refreshing to hear a live set start out with something other than You Should be Dancing (I've see One Night Only way too many times!) Live focuses on the old school, and it so sweet to here Love So Right live. Barry's voice is sweet as ever, and the booming chorus keeps the powerhouse feel going. Robin and Maurice echo perfectly, and it almost feels like it's just the boys singing a sweet diddy, never mind the 20,000 listening. Well, I don't really know how many people the old Los Angeles Forum held. (Or as Barry says Los Angelees.
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