8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
"Here At Last..." is the first live recording by the Bee Gees since they started their incredible world wide appeal in 1967. Masterfully crafted, Rolling Stone magazine stated that it was one of the finest live recordings to date (circa 1977). Indeed, it encompasses all of the Bee Gees trademark arrangements, including a nine song medley, finishing with the a paired down bluesey version of "To Love Somebody". "You Should Be Dancing" clocks in at a record 9:22 minutes, including a stunning drum and persussion solo between Dennis Bryon and Joe Lala. All the major hits 'just before' Saturday Night Fever are here and done well. Finishing with a rousing "Jive Talkin'", the Gibbs come back for a spine-tingling encore of "Lonely Days". The second chorus guitar/drum startup of this song is incredible. This double-CD has been reissued just recently, since "One Night Only", due to high demand. Get it before it sells out again.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 17 April 2014
I bought the vinyi copy of this album when it first came out many years ago And played it to death. It shows the boys at they very best both as song writers and voice. I have been a fan of they music way before Saturday Night Fever came out. And many of these are on here. So far I only played this album since I downloaded it six times. And unlike me it as not aged it is still bloody brillant. And sadly it shows that with only one of this brillant group now left that they music will live on. If you a fan of the Bee Gees then you must have this album because this is the true sound of the Bee Gees.
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 28 December 2012
I had a live Bee Gees cd but lost it somewhere, I searched the internet not knowing the title of the disc, this sounded similar but unfortunately did not have the quality of live recording