Track Listing: You Should Be Dancing, Alone, Massachusetts, To Love Somebody, I've Gotta Get A Message To You, Words, Closer Than Close, Islands In The Stream, One, Our Love (Don't Throw It All Away) (featuring Andy Gibb)... more », Night Fever, More Than A Woman, Still Waters, Lonely Days, Morning Of My Life, New York Mining Disaster 1941, Too Much Heaven, I Can't See Nobody, Run To Me, And The Sun Will Shine, Nights On Broadway, How Can You Mend A Broken Heart, Heartbreaker, Guilty, Immortality (featuring Celine Dion), Tragedy, I Started A Joke, Grease, Jive Talkin', How Deep Is Your Love, Stayin' Alive, You Should Be Dancing.« less
If you are a fan of the Bee Gees, then you should check out their story and watch some of their older works. This was a band ahead of their time with a sound that put them at the top of the charts by the world for six months on their top #1 slots held occasion. The only brother still living is Barry Gibb and he was the main sound of the Bee Gees but his two brothers, Maurice and Robin Gibb are definitely missed since they gave the band that group sound, which will never be recreated again. Barry Gibb still tours pending COVID-19 with 2021 slotted right now and he said during an interview that he would be no good at any other job and music is what he knows. Their younger brother Andy died at a young age and had alot of similarities to big brother, Barry with his unique singing ability. If you have not heard the Bee Gees, then you should check out if you are a music fan since many of their song have alot of heart and will bring you right into the disco era. The Bee Gees were known as the Kings of Disco!
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Should You Buy DTS Over Dolby?
Martin A Hogan | San Francisco, CA. (Hercules) | 12/03/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you got this far, you are probably interested in getting this historical concert on DVD. Filmed at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas in November of 1997, I can attest that having been at this concert, it is remarkable. Over 30 hits with a great light-show presentation was accompanied by live duets with Celine Dion on "Immortality", a pre-recorded duet with Franki Valli on a blasting "Grease" and a truly heartbreaking quartet with the late brother Andy Gibb on "(Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away". The large movie screen served as a backdrop for many old family videos as well as the Bee Gees performing songs from over four decades.The technicalities: If you have a simple DVD player without a DTS Surround Sound player and receiver, you can buy any of the DVD's. If you are fortunate enough to own a DTS Surround capable DVD player and receiver, you are set for what the concert really sounded like! Remember that this was recorded in the 80,000 plus seat MGM Grand and the acoustics add something that is different than a regular studio recording. The crowd is recorded perfectly to coincide with the performance. Check your system, then decide. If you plan on a new system, I highly recommend spending a few extra bucks and getting this DTS Surround feature. It is that good."
Martin A Hogan | 04/03/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I will not argue the merits of whether one cares for the music of the Bee Gees or not. You either like them or you don't. I would have to take great exception to other posts stating that the "sound" of this recording is poor? I have the DTS version. For reference I also have James Taylor Live at the Beacon Theater, Fleetwood Mac's The Dance as well as The Eagles Hell Freezes Over. Anyone that has heard any of these titles is aware of the quality of each of those recordings. The Bee Gees One Night Only is every bit as good as any of the above listed titles. The mix between all 5 speakers is well balanced with a very light and open sound. The mix between the front 3 speakers is very even and natural. The rear speakers are primarily for the ambient concert sounds, as they should be. If you have this DVD and it does not "sound right", I would suggest examining your 5 channel set up."
A Major Reason To Buy DTS!
Martin A Hogan | San Francisco, CA. (Hercules) | 07/20/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The Bee Gees have always been great performers, but this is their career topping concert. Four decades of songs are showcased here with impeccable harmonies and a first class band. The highlights are the guest appearances whether ala 'Nat King Cole' style or real like Celine Dion. Yup, Franki Valli and a tear-jerking Andy Gibb can be heard here as well as the Celine highlight. There is too much and too little as great songs like, "Nights On Broadway" and "Guilty" are cut short, but the typical 'Bee Gees song medley' and the 'Night Fever/More Than A Woman' segment made up for that. In retrospect, the concert could have had more lighting effects, but, geez, the sound is just so good, you wonder if it really makes a difference. This was a historic event. "
Good songs but audio recording disappointing to me
dlee | canada | 02/11/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I love bee gee's songs and I own this DVD(DTS version). I am not sure whether it is just my copy. The audio is not up to any dolby digital standard not to mention DTS. Most of the time, the center and the sourround channels do not have much music effect/instrument or vocal, except occasional background noise and audience's applause.I am not sure whether this is malfunctioning that happened to a certain number of DVD produced at a certain time. If it is, then i would ask for a return/refund.If all DVDs produced are like this.Then this is really bad production. A bad DVD at the expense of very good, memorable songs by BEE GEEs. (e-mail:email@example.com)A good dts music dvd to model after is 'Hell freezes over' by Eagles - best use of all 6 channels in a well planned/beautifully mixed architecture. (i am not as great fan of Eagles, but this dvd is by far the best engineered, audio-ly and video-ly)"
The Greatest Bee Gees Perform Ever!
dlee | 12/08/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Saw on cable and searched for this DVD. Got DVD with DTS sound coded and it is magical! If you are a Bee Gees fan, this is one item you shall not miss. Brought back a lot of memories."