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One for All Tour

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One for All Tour
OneForAllTour.jpg
Video by
Released10 April 1991
RecordedNovember 1989
VenueNational Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Australia
GenreRock, pop, disco, funk, soul, R&B, acoustic
Length102 min.
LabelMPI Home Video
DirectorAdrian Woods, Peter Demetris
ProducerAdrian Woods
Bee Gees chronology
The Bee Gees Special
(1979)
One for All Tour
(1991)
Keppel Road
(1997)

One for All Tour is a concert video from The Bee Gees recorded live at the National Tennis Centre in Melbourne, Australia in November 1989. Melbourne was the third final stop on their 1989 One for All World Tour, which included the United States, Europe and Asia the first time the Bee Gees played live there since their 1979 Spirits Having Flown Tour. Originally, this video was released in two volumes on VHS, each 50 minutes apiece. Volume One incorrectly listed the song "My World" from 1972 instead of the song "World" from 1967. In the DVD era, the cover was slightly changed and was released under the title The Very Best of The Bee Gees Live! in 1997.

In 2014, the Melbourne show was made available on CD for the first time as part of a box set chronicling their period on Warner Bros.

Track listings

  1. "Ordinary Lives" Album: One
  2. "Giving Up the Ghost" Album: ESP
  3. "To Love Somebody" Album: Bee Gees' 1st
  4. "I've Gotta Get a Message to You" Album: Idea
  5. "One" Album: One
  6. "Tokyo Nights" Album: One
  7. "Words" Album: No Album/Best of Bee Gees (Words - Single)
  8. "Juliet" (Robin Gibb) Album: How Old Are You?
  9. "New York Mining Disaster 1941" Album: Bee Gees' 1st
  10. "Holiday" Album: Bee Gees' 1st
  11. "Too Much Heaven" Album: Spirits Having Flown
  12. "Heartbreaker" (Dionne Warwick) Album: Heartbreaker
  13. "Islands in the Stream" (Kenny Rogers) Album: Eyes That See in the Dark
  14. "Run to Me" Album: To Whom It May Concern
  15. "World" Album: Horizontal
  16. "Spicks and Specks" Album: Spicks and Specks
  17. "Lonely Days" Album: 2 Years On
  18. "How Deep Is Your Love" Album: Saturday Night Fever
  19. "It's My Neighborhood" Album: One
  20. "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" Album: Trafalgar
  21. "House of Shame" Album: One
  22. "I Started a Joke" Album: Idea
  23. "Massachusetts" Album: Horizontal
  24. "Stayin' Alive" Album: Saturday Night Fever
  25. "Nights on Broadway" Album: Main Course
  26. "Jive Talkin'" Album: Main Course
  27. "You Win Again" Album: ESP
  28. "You Should Be Dancing" Album: Children of the World

Personnel

This page was last edited on 2 December 2018, at 13:19
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