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Bee Gees: One Night Only (1997)

The Bee Gees play all their greatest hits in this incredible gig.

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The Bee Gees play all their greatest hits in this incredible gig.

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31 December 1997 (USA)  »

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Staying Power
22 May 2006 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

The Bee Gees have been all over the place. They've been around since the early '60s, and in this concert (taped in 1997) they remain as powerful as ever. Hitting the high notes like no other, the Brothers Gibb show they have not lost their touch.

Having written smash hits in the '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s, it's no wonder the Brothers Gibb could not perform every single one of them. They pack almost 30 of their songs from those four consecutive decades in a sensational show. Performing songs from the early days like Massachusetts, To Love Somebody, Gotta Get A Message To You, and I Started A Joke. To their latest songs from the 'Still Waters' album from '97, like Closer Than Close, Still Waters and Alone. The brothers did not forget the disco craze, as they also performed Stayin' Alive, You Should Be Dancing, Tragedy, Night Fever and More Than A Woman.

The Gibb brothers also did a great job performing hit songs they wrote and produced for other artist. Like Islands In The Stream (originally Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers), Our Love - Don't Throw It All Away (originally recorded by their brother Andy Gibb), Guilty (Barbra Streisand) and Grease (Frankie Vallie). They are even joined by Celine Dion to perform Immortallity, a song the brothers wrote for Celine.

This concert really shows the unique gift these three brothers share. Not only their creativity, but also their talent to perform their songs live, almost perfectly.

How Deep Is Your Love, How Can You Mend A Broken Heart, Nights on Broadway, Jive Talking', Morning Of My Life, Lonely Days, One, and much more songs are part of the Gibb collection also taped on this show.

It must have been a lifetime experience that one night only at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Thanks to this DVD, in one way we can all be a part of it.


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