The Bee Gees musical sounds have spanned over four decades, producing countless number one hits and selling an estimated 107 million albums worldwide. Some of their most cherished hits include, New York Mining Disaster, Nights on Broadway, Jive Talkin’ and You Should be Dancin’. In their most recent studio release and 28th career album, This is Where I Came In, they prove once again that their unusual voices and harmonies are timeless. To compliment their latest release the Bee Gees take to the stage again to perform and interact with a small group of loyal fans.
The Brothers Gibb came together on 27th April 2001 at the Manhattan Center in New York City to perform for A&E’s hit television series, Live By Request. In a unique and intimate setting the Bee Gees were able to take requests from audience members, letters and telephone calls while performing and interacting with the crowd candidly. This allowed the brothers the opportunity to play a wide variety of classic hits and new favorites, featuring a stunning selection of acoustic and non-acoustic tracks as well as five new classics and over a dozen all-time favourites in this unique, intimate concert captured in glorious surround sound.
This Is Where I Came In / She Keeps On Coming / Sacred Trust / Man In The Middle / Massachusettes / To Love Somebody / I Started A Joke / Jive Talkin'
How Can You Mend A Broken Heart / Gotta Get A Message To You
New York Mining Disaster / Run to Me / Too Much Heaven / Islands in the Stream / Holiday
Woman In Love / Guilty / Nights on Broadway / Wedding Day / Lonely Days
How Deep is Your Love / You Should Be Dancing
- Region 4
- Standard Edition
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