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The Bee Gees: Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb.Personnel: Barry Gibb (vocals, guitar); Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb (vocals); Vince Melouney, Alan Kendall (guitar); Colin Pete...Read more

Best of Bee Gees, Vol. 2 by Bee Gees (CD, Jul-1987, Polydor)

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Album Features
UPC:042283196025
Artist:Bee Gees
Format:CD
Release Year:1987
Record Label:Polydor
Genre:Rock & Pop

Track Listing
1. How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?
2. I.O.I.O.
3. Don't Wanna Live Inside Myself
4. Melody Fair
5. My World
6. Let There Be Love
7. Saved by the Bell
8. Lonely Days
9. Morning of My Life (In the Morning)
10. Don't Forget to Remember
11. And the Sun Will Shine
12. Run to Me
13. Man for All Seasons
14. Alive

Details
Playing Time:57 min.
Producer:The Bee Gees, Robert Stigwood
Distributor:Universal Distribution
Recording Type:Studio
Recording Mode:Stereo
SPAR Code:AAD

Album Notes
The Bee Gees: Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb.Personnel: Barry Gibb (vocals, guitar); Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb (vocals); Vince Melouney, Alan Kendall (guitar); Colin Petersen, Geoff Bridgford, Clem Cattini (drums).Liner Note Author: Tim Rice.Director: Kenny Clayton.Photographer: Ed Caraeff.Arrangers: Jimmie Haskell; Kenny Clayton.This 1973 compilation is less of an overt hitfest than its predecessor-- mostly because the Bee Gees popularity trailed off with the onset of the '70s (until their rebirth as disco gods). Consequently, this collection offers casual listeners the opportunity to delve a bit deeper into the band's catalog for some relatively obscure treasures. The selections that achieved chart success are among the band's finest--"How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" finds Barry Gibb playing soul man on a tale of exquisite heartbreak, and Robin never came so close to Orbisonesque grandeur as on the heart-tugging "Run to Me."The lesser-known songs are just as memorable--"Melody Fair" is a lilting piece of '60s-sounding Britpop on a par with the best of the Kinks or Beatles, and the fanciful, folkish "Morning of My Life" showcases the band's idiosyncratic lyricism and unique three-part harmonies. For a non-stop flow of chart-toppers, turn to Volume One, but if you want to fully experience the glory of the Bee Gees, check out this consistently rewarding collection.

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