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Robbie Williams is now firmly established as one of the UK's biggest
music stars. Below we summarize the Robbie Williams DVDs available.
Williams DVD - What We Did Last Summer
The What We Did Last Summer DVD records the three August days in 2003
in which 375,000 fanst converged on rural Hertfordshire
for Robbie Williams's record-breaking Knebworth gigs. Opening
the concert in the style of another who wowed the masses, the stage curtains
fall to reveal Robbie hanging upside down like Houdini in an escapologist
costume; and like that master showman, Williams manages to keep his audience
First Released Nov 2003
Williams DVD - The Robbie Williams Show
Stylised as a kitschy
1960s light entertainment special, and recorded on one of the James Bond
stages at Pinewood Studios, the show opens in a spectacular manner with
80 dancers perched behind the star on a 60 ft scaffolding set. Produced
as a "live" and intimate TV special to promote the album Escapology,
the show also provides further evidence of the star's quest to become an
Between the songs, Williams teases and cajoles the audience with his usual
patter of innuendo and self-parody. He also candidly discusses the multi-million
pound record deal, his separation from long-time songwriting collaborator
Guy Chambers, and his 12-month break from performing live.
First Released March 2003
Williams DVDs - Live At The Albert
The Live At The Albert Robbie Williams DVD is a fantastic testament to what
was a very special evening. The concert offered tracks from his Rat Pack covers
album Swing When You're Winning, an album that finally gave him across the
board appeal. With the likes of Tara Palmer-Tompkinson, Bob Geldof and Nicole
Kidman in the stalls, this was no ordinary Robbie Williams concert. Backed
by a full swing band, accompanied by a slew of glamorous dancers, compered
by Rupert Everett and featuring duets with John Lovitz, Jane Horrocks, the
scene-stealing Jonathan Wilkes and even Old Blue Eyes himself Frank Sinatra
(albeit in video form), Robbie takes centre stage and performs like never before.
First Released Dec 2001
Robbie Williams - Where Egos Dare 
Written in the small print on the back of this awesomely comprehensive
170 minute-plus Robbie Williams DVD are the words, "'Robbie Williams'
is the trademark of Robert Peter Williams". The irony is that just
a few years ago no one in their right mind would have wished to impersonate
infringe on the trademark of someone who was generally perceived as just
another ex-boy band hasbeen. The story of how Robbie transformed himself
from lardy motormouth to world-conquering (h)it boy will surely be made
into a film one day and, just as surely, Robbie himself will convince the
responsible studio that there is only one person capable of essaying the
lead role. For now, though, the aptly titled Where Egos Dare will have
to suffice. First up is the singer's now semi-legendary 1999 concert at
Slane Castle. Also included is a raft of extras from the concert including
backstage hijinks and film of Robbie and band rehearsing.
First Released Nov 2000
Williams DVDs - Nobody Someday
Shot in both colour and black and white, this DVD is a mix of some
stunning live concert performance material and revealing behind-the-scenes
Key events featured include an obsessed fan pushing Williams off stage
in Stuttgart, and the comical technical problems at the Paris gig. Despite
the production's attempts to demystify star, it actually generates many
more questions than it answers, adding further complexities to the brand/man
known as Robbie Williams.
First Released July 2002
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