[center]The Bee Gees - One Night Only (1999)(DVD)
1:50:39 | 640Ã—480 | AC3 5.1 48 KHz | 1.34 GB
Genre: Pop, Rock
Rating: 8.8/10 (258 votes)
Additional Info: www.imdb.com/title/tt0500097/[/center]
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.
General estimates of the Bee Gees' total record sales start at around 200 million.
1997 was an amazing year for The Bee Gees, they were inducted to the Rock'n'Roll Hall of Fame, the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and they reunited
to perform their first American live concert in 10 years at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on November 14, which is one of very few Bee Gees performances ever filmed.
Hold you breath for the special guest appearance by French-Canadian diva Celine Dion.
Genre: Pop, Rock
Source: DVD NTSC
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Video Format: AVI
Video Bitrate: 1350 KB/s
Frames per second: 29.970
Pixel Depth: 24 bits
Audio Format: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 384 KB/s
Sampling Rate: 48 KHz
Recorded: November 14, 1997
Rating: 8.8/10 (258 votes)
Additional Info: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0500097/
File Size: 1.34 GB
Barry Gibb - Guitar, Vocals
Maurice Gibb - Keyboards, Guitar, Vocals
Robin Gibb - Vocals
Matt Bonelli - Bass Guitar
Stephen Gibb - Guitar
Alan Kendall - Lead Guitar
Steve Rucker - Drums
Ben Stivers - Keyboards
John Merchant - Off Stage Keyboards
Celine Dion - Special Guest
01 You Should Be Dancing
04 To Love Somebody
05 Iâ€™ve Gotta Get A Message To You
07 Closer Than Close
08 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 Canâ€™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
24 Immortality (with Celine Dion)
26 I Started A Joke
28 Jive Talkin'
29 How Deep Is Your Love
30 Stayin' Alive
31 You Should Be Dancing
When you think of musical comebacks, perhaps the greatest one belongs to The Bee Gees.
The Bee Gees started out in the late '50s after their family relocated from England to Australia.
In their mid-20s, the Manchester, England-born Brothers Gibb had already had success as children/teens in Australia with a string of international pop,
storytelling and psychedelia-tinged hits.
After reinventing themselves as a Beatlesque band in the mid '60s, they had several Top 10 hits in the late '60s with "I've Gotta Get a Message to You"
and "I Started a Joke" before reaching No. 1 in 1971 with "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart".
But by the mid '70s, the band was floundering - hitless, listless, and directionless until two things occurred: they collaborated with producer
Arif Mardin in an attempt to move into a more R&B sound, and Barry heard an odd "chukka-chuka-chuka" rhythm while in a car crossing a bridge,
which became the basis for the blockbuster disco single "Jive Talkin'" from 1975.
A couple of years later, the band was hired to write a few danceable numbers for this film about a paint-store clerk who blew his money
at a disco every weekend.
That was Saturday Night Fever, and the soundtrack to that 1977 film spawned two singles in "Stayin' Alive" and "Night Fever", becoming
a cultural phenomenon with sales in excess of 25 million copies.
The Bee Gees heavy soundtrack was No. 1 on the album charts...for six months.
The Saturday Night Fever soundtrack was all you heard on the radio for a year, and the disco revolution was in full bloom.
Believe me, the Bee Gees were bigger than the Beatles for those few years following that movie.
They even got to play the Beatles, along with Peter Frampton, in the Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band movie.
In the process, they became the biggest band in the world. Now that's a comeback.
"One Night Only" records a unique show, in which the Brothers Gibb perform their own biggest hits from the '60s to the '90s, and also songs
they composed and created for others including "Guilty", "Islands in the Stream", and "Heartbreaker".
The Bee Gees have such a distinct and instantly recognizable sound.
Their vocals all sound very different from each other, for being brothers, but they harmonize remarkably well together.
Their younger brother, the late Andy Gibb, actually came the closest to Barry's smooth falsetto, and this showed during the video duet they
performed of the Andy Gibb featured hit "Our Love (Don't Throw It All Away)".
During this song old footage of Andy is shown, including him singing the second verse of the song.
Andy, who was not part of The Bee Gees but later became a pop star in his own right, died of heart failure in 1988 at only age 30.
Maurice, whose musical contributions to the band were greater than most casual fans would think, died unexpectedly in 2003.
Sadly, Reuters reports that Robin Gibb (62), fell into a coma Friday night after he was hospitalized for pneumonia in a private London hospital
earlier this week. Gibb's representative confirmed the report to CNN.
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