By 1976, the Bee Gees had released the smash albums, "Main Course" and "Children of the World", and had pulled off the two #1 singles, "Jive Talkin" and "You Should Be Dancin". Feeling the high of their first successful streak in nearly 4 years, the Bee Gees decided to embark on an extensive concert tour throughout the country. One concert, performed at the Forum in LA, was recorded and planned on as being released as the first ever-live Bee Gees album. The Bee Gees presented a fantastic concert on the night of December 20th 1976! From the show opener "Gotta Get A Message To You", to the lively concluding number, "Lonely Days", the Bee Gees gave a very enthusiastic and enjoyable performance. Barry's renditions of "Words" and "Love So Right" are very memorable, and Robin's vibrato blasting lead in "I Started A Joke" and "Massachusetts" is outstanding! The brotherly harmonies are impeccable throughout each incredible song on the two-disc set. Because of the incredible variety of songs from dance music, balladry, and 60's pop, it doesn't take much to enjoy this album. I'm particularly partial to the incredibly energetic version of "Jive Talkin" and the beautifully performed, "Nights On Broadway". The Bee Gees are truly masters in all aspects of music, including live performance. "Here At Last...Bee Gees...Live" is really a fine example of the Bee Gees' ability to give a nearly flawless live performance. All in all, this is a wonderful CD to have in any collection, and by far one of the finest concerts ever released on record.