The Official Story Of The Bee Gees
The Official Story Of The Bee Gees - 2001
- Regions: 0
- Disc number: 1
- Production year: 2001
- Release year: 2001
- Runtime: 150 Minutes
- Audience Rating: G (General Audience)
- Package: Keep Case
- Screen ratios: Fullscreen (4:3)
- Support: DVD: Single side, double layer
- Colour: Colour
- Compilation: No
- Concert: No
- Video: No
- Documentary: Yes
- Former rent: No
- Used: No
- English - Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
Made with the full co-operation of the Bee Gees, the story is told in their own words.
In candid interviews covering their career and their lives, the brothers Gibb describe the personal journey that has taken them from singing in their room to their status within Rock 'n' Roll's Hall of Fame and being the second best-selling group of all time.In addition, the show features interviews with Sir George Martin, Sir Tim Rice, impresario Robert Stigwood (the man who launched their career in the UK), Billboard magazine editor-in-chief Timothy White, as well as Bee Gees' wives and their mother, Barbara Gibb.
With the use of never-before-seen home movies, archival footage, exclusive access to the Gibb family photo and video collection as well as performances from throughout their career, This Is Where I Came In hits every important note in the group's musical legacy.
There has never been another career like the one the Bee Gees have enjoyed, and as a new millennium begins, This Is Where I Came In is further evidence that their musical journey is as fresh and vibrant today as ever.
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