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Some early Bee Gees tonight. Long before their transformation into one of the Disco icons of the 1970’s, The Bee Gees were an extremely popular and well-regarded band in the mid/late 1960’s. Straddling the worlds of Pop and Psychedelia, The Brothers Gibb crafted a massive catalog of memorable songs which, not only they recorded, but were recorded by numerous bands both in the UK and their native Australia.
Here’s what’s on the player:
Sveriges Radio – Radiohaus Studio,
1-In My Own Time
3-New York Mining Disaster 1941
If you’ve never heard The Bee Gees pre-Disco, you’re in for a surprise. If you remember The Bee Gees during this period, you’ll know why there was a lot of head-scratching when Stayin’ Alive hit the airwaves.
Bands, like people, can always change.
- Bee Gees – Main Course (oldgamereviewer.com)
- Music History #8: “New York Mining Disaster 1941″ (mentalfloss.com)
- Robin Gibb Estate: Staggering Value of Late Bee Gee’s Assets Revealed (spinner.com)