Robbie Williams - Live At The Albert
/ The Well Swung Intro
/ Have You Met Miss Jones?
/ Mack The Knife
/ Straighten Up And Fly Right
/ Lets Face The Music And Dance
/ Well, Did You Evah (Robbie Williams And Jon Lovitz)
/ Well, Did You Evah (Reprise)
/ The Lady Is A Tramp
/ Things (Robbie Williams And Jane Horrocks)
/ One For My Baby
/ Mr. Bojangles
/ I Will Talk And Hollywood Will Listen
/ Do Nothin Till You Hear From Me 15. Beyond The Sea
/ Me And My Shadow (Robbie Williams And Jonathan Wilkes)
/ Me And My Shadow (Reprise)
/ Let Me Entertain You
/ Aint That A Kick In The Head
/ It Was A Very Good Year (Robbie Williams And Frank Sinatra)
/ My Way
/ My Way (Reprise)
To sing these songs in a place like this has always been a dream for me. Thank you for making my dream come true.
Robbie Williams live at the Royal Albert Hall was recorded on 10th October 2001 and is mixed in 5.1 Surround sound.
Experience the triumphs, the tears, the traumas and the trousers when Robert Peter Williams blows into London Town for one night only. Rub shoulder pads with a star-studded audience as Mr. Success and his 58 piece orchestra serenade you with the songs that make the young girls crazy. Rock with Robbie to the big band sound, shake a tail-feather to the finger-poppin, foot-stompin, thigh-pummellin beat, cos tonight were gonna party like its 1959!
Robbie Williams - he came, he saw, he swung.
UNSEEN BACKSTAGE AND AFTERSHOW FOOTAGE
With characteristic generosity, Robbie has not only included the show in its entirety, but stacks of backstage footage before and after the concert. Fans and stars alike share their view on the Robbie phenomenon while the man himself announces, in no uncertain terms, his intention to tear the roof off the Royal Albert Hall.
In addition to this perfectly proportioned package, there is also a documentary on the making of Swing When Youre Winning, filmed in Los Angeles this summer, plus many more intimate, unmissable moments with Britains very own King of Swing.
Cool, slick photos from the album sleeve shoot at the Capitol Studios, taken by Hamish Brown, and reportage photography by Chapman Baehler.
Contains over 100 minutes of concert, behind the scenes and documentary footage.