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Helen Reddy was at the height of her career in the mid 1970s when this concert was recorded. Helen had achieved success both here in Australia ( 7 Top 30 hits) and also in the States. This performance was recorded 8th June 1975, Helen was accompanied by the Alan Peters Orchestra - conducted by Mike Warren.
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I felt the ending was much better, and he was coming to an end as the fighter, yet the calm, sweet person that he was. You could tell
the women back up did their all to hold Robin's singing style up when his voice would not do as well and he should sound.
I am so glad I have this CD, because it was like saying good by to one of the best loved voices in my lifetime.This CD was his good by to
all of us, as fans of the beloved BeeGees, How brave he was to do this at a time when he knew he would not be with us much longer.
His bothers passing was not expected, But Robin knew how much time he had left, and walked bravely away as only Robin could, with his wonderful smile to a better place.
At one point in the show she does some patter about how she does not do a *sensational* show, one with costume changes, and alot of bombast. Watching her talent and visuals, one finds it curious that she didn't come on like the female Tom Jones! May sound sexist over 40 years later but she had (and still has) it all.
I am always mesmerized by Robin's connection to his songs, his sensitive nature, his clear and distinctive voice, and his very humble way of being on stage.
This DVD is for me, more enjoyable than the earlier, and longer concert show DVD recorded in Germany, as I reckon The Danish National Concert Orchestra and Robin's own band are more at one with the music and there is certainly more life surrounding them.
I am happy to see Robin smiling and singing 3 of his own songs (Alan Freeman Days, Saved By the Bell and Juliet) along with 14 of the Bee Gees hits in his personally unique way. I found every song was special.