Live at the Albert

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Live At The Albert
The Robbie Williams Albert.jpg
Video by Robbie Williams
Released December 2001
Recorded Royal Albert Hall
10 October 2001
Genre Pop, jazz
Length 1:13:25
Label EMI / Capitol
Director Hamish Hamilton
Producer Leo Lodge
Robbie Williams chronology
Where Egos Dare
Live at the Albert
Escape Routes

"Robbie Williams: Live at the Albert" is a DVD that was released in December 2001 of the show performed on 10 October 2001; concert that Robbie Williams gave at Royal Albert Hall a month before the release of the album Swing When You're Winning. It has since been certified 6x Platinum in the United Kingdom and 2x Platinum in Germany.

After the end of the first song ("Have You Met Miss Jones?") he gave this emotive message:

The DVD included performances of nearly all of the songs from the album, with performances from Jonathan Wilkes, Jon Lovitz, and Jane Horrocks, as well as a live version of Robbie's 'duet' with Sinatra. Rupert Everett emceed, and Nicole Kidman attended the show, but neither performed their duets featured on the album (They Can't Take That Away From Me and Somethin' Stupid, respectively); these were the only songs from the album which did not feature live. Live at the Albert received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Long Form Video.[1]

On 13 March 2007 (five years after the release), the concert was re-released in High Definition (both in Blu-ray and in HD DVD)

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro"
  2. "Have You Met Miss Jones?"
  3. "Mack The Knife"
  4. "Straighten Up and Fly Right"
  5. "Let's Face the Music and Dance"
  6. "Well, Did You Evah!" (feat. Jon Lovitz)
  7. "The Lady is a Tramp"
  8. "Things" (feat. Jane Horrocks)
  9. "One for My Baby"
  10. "Mr. Bojangles"
  11. "I Will Talk and Hollywood Will Listen"
  12. "Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me"
  13. "Beyond the Sea"
  14. "Me and My Shadow" (feat. Jonathan Wilkes)
  15. "Ain't That a Kick in the Head"
  16. "It Was a Very Good Year" (featuring a video with Frank Sinatra)
  17. "My Way"


  • Well Swung - A behind the scenes documentary of the album's recording at Capitol Studios.
  • Extra unseen footage
  • Photo gallery
  • Credits

In the Blu-ray Disc/HD DVD version[edit]

  • Great performance: Robbie in High Definition
  • They Can't Take That Away From Me - Gallery
  • Exclusive backstage and aftershow footage


  1. ^ "Grammy Nominations: Complete List". Fox News Channel. January 3, 2003. Retrieved November 9, 2010.