Restored 1989 Bee Gees concert film arriving in the New Year

Eagle Rock EntertainmentA fully restored version of the Bee Gees concert film One for All Tour: Live in Australia 1989 will be released on February 2 as a DVD and a standard-definition Blu-ray. The video, which features newly mixed and mastered surround sound, also will be available as a digital download on January 5.

The flick captures a November 1989 show the Gibb brothers played at The National Tennis Centre in Melbourne during their world tour in support of their then-latest album, One. The concert featured a career-spanning set that included five songs from One; early hits like “To Love Somebody,” “I Started a Joke” and “Lonely Days”; and the disco-era smashes “Jive Talkin’,” “How Deep Is Your Love,” “Stayin’ Alive” and “You Should Be Dancing.”

The show also features a medley of a pair of songs penned by The Bee Gees that were hits for other artists — Dionne Warwick‘s “Heartbreaker” and the Kenny RogersDolly Parton duet “Islands in the Stream.”

You can check out a trailer for the One for All Tour video at The Bee Gees’ official YouTube channel, and can pre-order the release at

Here’s the full track list of the One for All Tour film:

“Ordinary Lives”
“Giving Up the Ghost”
“To Love Somebody”
“I’ve Gotta Get a Message to You”
“Tokyo Nights”
“New York Mining Disaster 1941”
“Too Much Heaven”
“Heartbreaker”/”Islands in the Stream”
“Run to Me”
“Spicks and Specks”
“Lonely Days”
“How Deep Is Your Love”
“It’s My Neighborhood”
“How Can You Mend a Broken Heart”
“House of Shame”
“I Started a Joke”
“Stayin’ Alive”
“Nights on Broadway”
“Jive Talkin'”
Band Jam
“You Win Again”
“You Should Be Dancing”

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