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One Night Only Original recording remastered, Live

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  • Audio CD (June 6 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Live
  • Label: Warner Music
  • ASIN: B000EXZI14
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 101 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #959 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Intro - You Should Be Dancing/Alone [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
2. Massachusetts [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
3. To Love Somebody [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
4. Words [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
5. Closer Than Close [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
6. Islands In The Stream [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
7. Our Love [Don't Throw It All Away][Live - Las Vegas 1997]
8. Night Fever/More Than A Woman [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
9. Lonely Days [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
10. New York Mining Disaster 1941 [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
11. I Can't See Nobody [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
12. And The Sun Will Shine [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
13. Nights On Broadway [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
14. How Can You Mend A Broken Heart [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
15. Heartbreaker [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
16. Guilty [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
17. Immortality [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
18. Tragedy [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
19. I Started A Joke [ Live - Las Vegas 1997]
20. Grease [Live - Las Vegas 1997]
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Thirty-six years on, the Bee Gees--castrati moments aside--look and sound great. -- Entertainment Weekly


Recorded live in Las Vegas at the end of 1997, this is the end of a musical journey that started for the Bee Gees in the 1960s--from their early hits like "Massachusetts" and "Words" through to the late 1970s when they emerged at the forefront of the Disco explosion. The film Saturday Night Fever saw their first revival, as they provided the soundtrack with classics like "Stayin' Alive", "You Should Be Dancing" and "Jive Talkin'". This album also takes in a number of tracks that were written by the Bee Gees for other artists, such as "Islands In The Stream" and "Immortality"--during which the trio are joined on stage by Celine Dion. These 24 tracks perfectly capture the reason why the Bee Gees have managed to remain so popular for so long. --Carina Trimingham --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

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By Marty From SF TOP 1000 REVIEWER on July 3 2007
Format: Audio CD
Originally released on one CD (maxed out to the CD minute), this fantastic, seemlessly recorded 'live' CD is one of the finest live recordings to date. All the hits are showcased here, even if some are painfully short; (i.e., "Nights On Broadway", "Heartbreaker"). The second CD contains six tracks that are just as good as any on this set, but were painfully deleted to avoid an expensive 2-CD set. However, even though these six songs are placed out of order, sound engineer John Merchant dubbed and overlayered the audience applause so well, you would never know. Wonderful!
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Since this is the first concert to be recorded in DVD format since the Bee Gees is born, so for sure it's very catchy. This is a CD with the concert recorded in only voice, but it will still be a great CD since it went plantium in serveral countries. 1997, the concert was held in Las Vegas, was also the year when Bee Gees was in the Songwriters' Hall of Fame, and Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame. It was a fantastic year for the Bee Gees.
This concert contains great songs including Massachusetts, To Love Somebody, Closer than Closer (The only Maurice Gibb solo in the concert), One (Their best song ever), How Deep Is your love, and Alone. There are songs that have not bee performed by the Bee Gees themselves, which are Islands in the Stream, Heartbreaker, Guilty, Don't Throw It All Away (Recorded voice of Andy Gibb), and Immortallity featuring Celine Dion. I suggest the Celine Dion's fans to buy this one too, because Immortallity is very touching.
Overall, this concert and the CD was super well done, since it was the third CD that was recorded lively. If you want the other two that were released earlier, they are Here At Last...Bee Gees Live, and Tales from the Brother Gibbs. Later on, Live By Request was released.
Enjoy the trio!
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Format: Audio CD
It's not often that a Live album can cement the title of "Album of the Year", but clearly in 1998 the Bee Gees' effort on "One Night Only" merits a share of my choice for Album of the Year. The Bee Gees who were nearly 30 years into their career came together for a 1997 Pay Per View Las Vegas concert entitled "One Night Only". Before this effort, the Bee Gees had only moderate success as a performing group following the incredible success on the heels of the "Saturday Night Fever" era. This particular performance by the Bee Gees caught them on their "A" game putting together a concert of innovative, powerful and inspiring music.
The Bee Gees open the concert with a segue between the old and new. They start off with their most dynamic song of their career - "You Should Be Dancing". Without a bunch of remixing, you will come to appreciate this classic in a whole new light being performed live. Listen especially to the percussions on this song. You'll also hear crowd noise which the CD does a great job at not making too overbearing. Following "You Should Be Dancing", there is a nice segue into one of their newest songs called "Alone". The segue is perfect and is one example of bridging old and new nicely.
After the "You Should Be Dancing/Alone" segue, Barry Gibb says "...shoot back thirty years....and bring you up to date slowly but surely". Thus a series of older Bee Gees songs "Massachusetts", "To Love Somebody", "Words", and "Closer than Close" go back to the older years of the Bee Gees.
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Format: Audio CD
For anyone who group up on the Bee Gees, the live album we all owned and loved was "Frampton Comes Alive." Alright, I know you have all hidden the vinyl copy of that one away in the recesses of your closet and won't 'fess up to spinning that one 24/7 "back in the day." Well, I have news: this live album beats any I have heard, it's *that good.* The Bee Gees, like McCartney, have always taken great pains to sing their songs live as closely as possible to the original. I appreciate this and their efforts to duplicate their classics here meet with much success. Particularly amazing is Robin's haunting, gorgeous vocal on "I Started a Joke," one of the great Bee Gees of all time. Similarly impressive is "New York Mining Disaster," which shows the brothers still had the ability to harmonize beautifully.
The only slight criticism is Barry's high notes and falsetto, which he strains to reach, especially on "Stayin' Alive." He's backed up with some invisible (and pre-recorded) mystery voices, but his ability to sustain the high notes has decreased with time. Personally, I don't care. This is an awesome live album and for anyone who admires the brothers Gibb, this is something from which you'll derive hours of enjoyment.
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Format: Audio CD
"Still Waters" (1997), "This is Where I Came In" (2001), "The Record: Their Greatest Hits" (2001) and this album, "One Night Only" (1998), were the first four Bee Gee albums that I bought last year.
I had no idea what impact the Bee Gees would have on my life and my musical career. One thing about this live album is the greatness of their classic songs. I prefer hearing the older hits live on this album than I do listening to them in their actual original studio versions.
On this live album, you can also hear the aging Barry Gibb falsetto. He used to have an incredible falsetto that no one else in the industry even got close to duplicating. Robin Gibb has also lost a bit of his incredible vibratto. He was once known as Pop music's Pavoratti, I believe. Maurice Gibb still hits those high notes when the brothers Gibb harmonize and is even showcased here singing solo. But other than that, the three brothers still deliver the goods vocally.
The Bee Gees have released two live albums in their career. The first being "Here At Last" released in 1976. That live album was a great album, but you can see the incredible maturity, musically and vocally, on this new album. The older album is out of print, but I was lucky enough to import a copy from Amazon UK.
Every song is a highlight, but there is one song that is here for the first time in its entirety, live... and that's "Islands in the Stream." What a beautiful live version of the song. Wow.
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