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Bee Gees: One Night Only (1997)

Not Rated | | Music | TV Special 31 December 1997
The Bee Gees play all their greatest hits in this incredible gig.

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Himself - Guitar, Vocals
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Himself - Vocals
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Himself - Keyboards - Guitar - Vocals
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Ben Stivers ...
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Steve Gibb ...
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Herself - Audience
Steve Rucker ...
Himself - Drums
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The Bee Gees play all their greatest hits in this incredible gig.

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The Bee Gees disgrace themselves!
24 June 2003 | by See all my reviews

One night only - Obviously, there is no way this concert could have been streched out any longer! First things first - They don't even sing any of their good songs, such as 'You Win Again' and 'I could not love you more'! I kept waiting for them to do you win again, and of course, they just did those outdated dance numbers that no one cares about anymore! The tribute to Andy was so tacky it made me cringe - Couldn't they have at least tried to pay tribute to their extremely talented younger sibling?!?! The Bee Gees perform all the songs with no emotion, and it is never a good sign when they remain motionless during 'You should be dancing'! Do I even need to point out that everyone in the audience looked over 50? If you really want the bee gees, buy their latest greatest hits album and forget this concert, whatever you do!


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