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  • Audio CD (May 4, 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import, Limited Edition
  • Label: Polygram Int'l
  • ASIN: B00000ILOY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (194 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #189,125 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro-You Should Be Dancing/Alone
2. Massachusetts
3. To Love Somebody
4. Words
5. Closer Than Close
6. Islands In The Stream
7. Our Love (Don't Throw It All Away)
8. Night Fever/More Than A Woman
9. Lonely Days
10. New York Mining Disaster 1941
11. I Can't See Nobody
12. And The Sun Will Shine
13. Nights On Broadway
14. How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
15. Heartbreaker
16. Guilty
17. Immortality
18. Tragedy
19. I Started A Joke
20. Grease
See all 30 tracks on this disc

Editorial Reviews

Limited edition version of their 1998 live album includes a bonus CD featuring six previously unreleased live tracks: 'I've Gotta Get A Message To You', 'One', 'Still Waters', 'Morning Of My Life', 'Too Much Heaven' and 'Run To Me'. 1999 release. Double

Customer Reviews

On the CD, you will also feel Barry's heartache and true emotion as he sings those words.
L.A. Scene
I bought both the CD and DVD and when the CD or DVD is playing she sits, listens, grooves and enjoys the music.
Mary Anne L. Harris
This cd was great, if you own this cd you should also buy their dvd that complimates this cd.
Dwayne M. Bernard

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Tiggah on September 24, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Whether one is new to the Bee Gees or a seasoned fan, this is a must-have CD. In fact, for the newcomer, there is really no better place to start than with this 24-track 77-minute live disc covering a 30-year time frame (1967-1997).
The brothers provide a gorgeous overview of their early years (1967-1972) with a few of their best-loved songs--gems like "Massachussets" and "I Started a Joke" to name but two. Naturally, no Bee Gees concert would be complete without a selection of songs from their most commercially-successful period to date (1975-1979), and this era is wonderfully represented with songs that include the Saturday Night Fever hits. ("Night Fever" and "More Than a Woman" are, it should be mentioned, abbreviated versions with the former melding seamlessly and stunningly into the latter).
Lest anyone be surprised and, perhaps, disappointed, foreshortened versions (with all three brothers around a single mike and fairly minimal musical accompaniment) are presented for "I Can't See Nobody" (1:23), "And the Sun Will Shine" (1:49), "Nights on Broadway" (0:58), "Heartbreaker" (1:00) which was originally written for Dionne Warwick, and "Guilty" (2:15) which was originally written for Barbra Streisand.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Martin A Hogan HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on May 22, 2001
Format: Audio CD
"One Night Only" is a good a masterpiece of live recording as 1977's "Here At Last...Bee Gees...Live" was. All the great songs are here, plus a few odd album cuts that truly make this set shine. Highlights include, "Grease" with a thunderous crowd roaring approval; "(Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away', a true tearjerker with prerecorded Andy Gibb singing with his brothers and "Immortality", with a wonderful Celine Dion backed by the brothers. The CD is crisp, clean and clear. It is amazing to hear such fantastic producers who's studio recordings sound the same in concert. This is a classic CD!
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Joe Bradley on August 4, 2005
Format: Audio CD
If you're not a Bee Gees fan, or even not a music fan, I think that you are going to like this CD. There are 24 tracks and it covers exactly 78 minutes live music. This disc is timeless. The brothers Gibb take us on a journey through their history (1967-1997).

The Bee Gees start their live performance with "You Should Be Dancing" and they continue with their new song "Alone". The intro is one of the best intro's ever. The transition of the two songs is outstanding. Afterwards they sing songs from the beginning years like "Massachussetts" and "To Love Somebody". They let us go back to the sixties. Then, "Words" is incredible with the guidance of the piano. "Closer Than Close" is good although it isn't as famous as the other songs. It's one of the less songs in which Maurice has the lead vocals. They breathe new life into the famous duet between Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton, "Islands in the Stream".
Next, "Our Love" brings memories of their late youngest brother Andy. I had to shiver with this song. Afterwards, a mix of 2 songs of the movie "Saturday Night Fever", namely "Night Fever" and "More Than a Woman". The transition is great and the 3 voices are wow. "Lonely Days" is amazing because of the drums and the beat. "New York Mining Disaster 1941" is terrific because of the sound and the guidance of the guitar. Then, the Bee Gees play 6 songs, which is unfortunately short. It might be a disappointment, but still unforgettable. "I Can't See Nobody" (1:30), "And The Sun Will Shine" (1:54), "Nights On Broadway" (1:05), "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" (3:26), "Heartbreaker" (1:05) and "Guilty" (2:20) are sung by the brothers standing close to each other behind one microphone. What a moment!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By L.A. Scene on May 31, 2004
Format: Audio CD
It's not often that a Live album can cement the title of "Album of the Year", but clearly in 1998 the Bee Gees' effort on "One Night Only" merits a share of my choice for Album of the Year. The Bee Gees who were nearly 30 years into their career came together for a 1997 Pay Per View Las Vegas concert entitled "One Night Only". Before this effort, the Bee Gees had only moderate success as a performing group following the incredible success on the heels of the "Saturday Night Fever" era. This particular performance by the Bee Gees caught them on their "A" game putting together a concert of innovative, powerful and inspiring music.
The Bee Gees open the concert with a segue between the old and new. They start off with their most dynamic song of their career - "You Should Be Dancing". Without a bunch of remixing, you will come to appreciate this classic in a whole new light being performed live. Listen especially to the percussions on this song. You'll also hear crowd noise which the CD does a great job at not making too overbearing. Following "You Should Be Dancing", there is a nice segue into one of their newest songs called "Alone". The segue is perfect and is one example of bridging old and new nicely.
After the "You Should Be Dancing/Alone" segue, Barry Gibb says "...shoot back thirty years....and bring you up to date slowly but surely". Thus a series of older Bee Gees songs "Massachusetts", "To Love Somebody", "Words", and "Closer than Close" go back to the older years of the Bee Gees.
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