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The Bee Gees: One Night Only (1997)
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Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb were performing together from childhood but it was in Australia in 1960 that they were first billed as the Bee Gees. The band went on to become one of the most successful performing, recording and songwriting acts of all time. This full-length concert was shot at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on November 14,
1997 and is one of very few Bee Gees performances ever filmed. It has consistently been one of Eagle Vision s biggest selling titles. Now the DVD has been reauthored, with a revised sleeve and additional content to celebrate 50 years of the Bee Gees.
1. You Should Be Dancing
4. To Love Somebody
5. I've Got A Message To You
7. Closer Than Close
8. Islands in the Stream
10. Our Love (Don't Throw It All Away)
11. Night Fever/More Than A Woman
12. Still Waters
13. Lonely Days
14. Morning of My Life
15. New York Mining Disaster 1941
16. Too Much Heaven
17. I Can't See Nobody
18. Run To Me
19. And The Sun Will Shine
20. Nights on Broadway
21. How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
26. I Started A Joke
28. Jive Talkin'
29. How Deep Is Your Love
30. Stayin' Alive
31. You Should Be Dancing
Interview with the Bee Gees.
Bonus tracks from "An Audience with the Bee Gees": 1. Medley- Heartbreaker/Guilty/Chain Reaction/How Deep Is Your Love/Jive Talkin'.
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Top Customer Reviews
but I'm an R&B hound. Took a chance and ordered it just to say it's in my collection
of other DVD's. I noticed right away, they appeared older and possibly more seasoned.
The clarity and crispness of their voices was astonishing! Closing my eyes, I realized
that I was taken back to a wonderful era. Where music was music, and harmonizing was
the epic of being pleasurable. It's insane how these three brothers weathered the storm for
so many years and still sound so good. Turn up the volume, grab your air guitar, pick up
the toilet paper roll and sing along with The Bee Gees. How deep is your love . . . ?
I'm glad I bought the BD-version over the DVD.
It features uncompressed stereo and a
DTS-HD Master Audio Surround Sound sound track option.
Subtitles [for the interview] are in
Thirty-two chapter stops for the songs/lightshow, and at the end you find out that one of the musicians is a YOUNGER Gibb'-son...
didn't notice if HE was playing a Gibson!
The song set is the same as any of the previous versions. The DVD arrangement is different. The sound quality is actually just as good with the options of Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS Surround; maybe better. On my surround system, they all sounded good. There is a new segment of "An Audience with the Bee Gees" in a more intimate setting where they perform five good songs to an appreciative audience. This is in stereo only. There is a larger concert of this version available if you search.
The extras include a live segment (audience with the Bee Gees) that have the songs, "Heartbreaker", "Guilty", a rousing "Chain Reaction", "How Deep Is Your Love" and "Jive Talkin'". The interview is interesting including previously seen segments and several new ones that were pulled from the vaults. It lasts a satisfying 19 minutes. For an Anniversary issue, it's not bad.
However, if you really want a bargain deal and ALL that the Bee Gees can offer, I highly suggest buying the Bee Gees - One Night Only / The Official Story (Collector's Edition). This has the entire concert on one disc and a 2-hour interview on a second. There are plenty of extras as well. Sit down and have a great time in your living room.
Can I brag? At 18:43 minutes into the interview, I can see myself sitting in the 3rd row of the MGM Grand bleachers. That is such a thrill for me.
I purchased this after seeing snippets of it on tv. I wanted to see the brothers Gibb prior to the premature deaths of two of the three brothers. I loved seeing them again united and perfuming together.
Saw them in concert long before the disco craze and frankly I was so busy raising two children and working all hours of the day to even know the so called disco revolution was going on. I do not think I missed a dang thing. Thankfully there were many classic rock stations around so the only time I heard disco music was in an elevator.
If you want to see the Bee Gees in what amounts to there last full concert together than this is well worth the price. Enjoy.