Having an early release of this DVD, I must admit Robin Gibb sounds extremely good, even if he appears a bit stiff onstage. His mood is upbeat and he seems to truly be enjoying himself, sleek and dressed all in black, (hair-piece too). He is backed by the Frankfurt Philharmonic Orchestra (they also worked with Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues, previously). The setting is rich and intimate with a brilliant light show. Half of the songs are Bee Gees titles that sound somewhat empty without the harmonies (there are two back-up singers emulating the Bee Gees, which is to be expected). Despite that, the deliveries are still great. "Emotion" is brilliant, however, and "My Lover's Prayer" has a nifty surprise. Robin's own personal material, ("I Started A Joke", "Please", Juliet", etc.) are more powerful and engaging with a vocal that still sounds fantastic. He did not sing any material from his "Secret Agent" or "Walls Have Eyes" albums, which was disappointing. Some of his work is even sung a capello showcasing his vibrant voice. It's not the Bee Gees, but it's a historic event of one third of pop's greatest trio.