Robbie Williams: Live at the AlbertDirector: Hamish Hamilton
British singing star Robbie Williams performs at the legendary Royal Albert Hall on this DVD. The disc offers a standard full-frame transfer. The English soundtrack is impressively rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1. There are neither subtitles nor closed captions on this release. Supplemental materials include a still photo gallery, candid footage of Williams before and after the show, and his duet with Nicole Kidman entitled "Somethin' Stupid." This is a great disc for fans of the singer, but there is little here for the average DVD consumer.
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1. Intro [2:30]
2. Have You Met Miss Jones? [3:18]
3. Mack the Knife [4:12]
4. Straighten Up and Fly Right [2:48]
5. Let's Face the Music and Dance [3:55]
6. Well, Did You Evah [4:34]
7. The Lady Is a Tramp [3:18]
8. Things [3:44]
9. One For My Baby [5:17]
10. Mr. Bojangles [4:16]
11. I Will Talk and Hollywood Will Listen [5:01]
12. Nothin' Till You Hear From Me [3:06]
13. Beyond the Sea [4:32]
14. Me and My Shadow [6:49]
15. Ain't That a Kick in the Head [3:05]
16. It Was a Very Good Year [6:04]
17. My Way [6:48]
Killing Off Robbie
"Let's Start With Something I Can Sing"
"I've Found My Spiritual Home"
Just Rob and Sinatra's Piano Player....
Pulling Off Mr. Bojangles
"Hey There, You With the Make Up Bag..."
"I Genuinely Don't Care... I Love This
The Making of Somethin' Stupid
Somethin' Stupid Video
The Day Job
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This was the most amazing concert ever! Robbie proves that he really has what it takes. He does these classics justice. If you liked Swing When Your Winning then this is a must!
Stunningly entertaining, unfortunately Williams purposely chose to be a mimic in sound and action. He tried to be his Swing idols, not do their stuff in his own way. A great voice, funny and riveting, he is captured here with excellent sound and ample camera angles. Despite the overwhelmingly positive response, this was a gutsy move at the time. A successful singer was taking a big gamble doing his parents' music. Now that he's proved he can perform a variety of material well, he needs to cut his own true path. This DVD is still well worth your time. It is another example of how enormously talented, diverse and charismatic Williams is.