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Bee Gees' legacy includes seven platinum albums, eight GRAMMYrs, induction info the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and over 60 chart singles (including six straight #1s). Thirty years after 1977's Saturday Night Fever, their sublime harmonies, funky beats, and masterful pop-rock songwriting has proven timeless First out in 1979, this two-disc compilation of their biggest and best from the mid to late '70s gets a deluxe reissue with remastered sound plus bonuses including previously unreleased new remixes of four Fever classics.

Disc: 1
1. Jive Talkin'
2. Night Fever
3. Tragedy
4. You Should Be Dancing
5. Stayin' Alive
6. How Deep Is Your Love
7. Love So Right
8. Too Much Heaven
9. (Our Love) Don't Throw it All Away
10. Fanny (Be Tender with My Love)
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. If I Can't Have You
2. You Stepped In My Life
3. Love Me
4. More Than A Woman
5. Rest Your Love On Me
6. Nights on Broadway
7. Spirits (Having Flown)
8. Love You Inside Out
9. Wind Of Change
10. Children of the World
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 18, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Rhino
  • ASIN: B000TQZ7NA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,594 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Finally The Bee Gees "Greatest" album finally sounding the way it should,with crisp highs and thumping lows!!! This is the best these disco era classics have ever sounded!!! The original album with all of those disco classics(the country sounding "Rest Your Love On Me"(A much bigger hit for Conway Twitty that they wrote and put out as the B-side of "Too Much Heaven) has always seemed out of place to me,but its still a good song) is joined by some rare material including,a promo 12" Version of Stayin' Alive and their version of Warm Ride,which was originally a hit for Rare Earth that they wrote and recorded but never released,until now!!! Also 5 brand new remixes are added to the lineup,You Should Be Dancing,If I Can't Have You,Night Fever,How Deep Is Your Love,and Stayin' Alive,there cool,but not as good as the classic originals!!! Very Recommended,even if you own the original 2 CD package,this is a worthy upgrade!!! The sound is that good!!! The only beef I have is with the packaging,the CD's are a bit hard to get out of the holder and can get scratched quite easily!!! It's still a five star package!!! Two thumbs up!!! Way up!!! A+
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31 of 37 people found the following review helpful By W. Grandy on January 12, 2008
Format: Audio CD
This 2cd set is not really the Bee Gee's greatest hits, but possibly the greatest hits through the disco era. Tracks are from 'Saturday Night Fever', 'Children Of The World' and other albums. The bonus tracks to fill out the double disc are reorchestrations of some of the original tunes which may make your hair stand up on end. For their real greatest hits package, go for 'Their Greatest Hits - The Record' which is incredibly good.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Martin A Hogan HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on September 20, 2007
Format: Audio CD
This is only "some" of the Bee Gees hits, representing the best songs they recorded from 1975 to 1979. Big Hits before 1975 are ignored. There are nine #1 songs, half a dozen other top ten hits and some popular covered versions. Only four can truly be considered disco songs. A nice blend of dance numbers, ballads, B-Sides, "R & B" and occasional great album cuts; this is a wonderful collection. The only single to be ignored is the funky, "Boogie Child" (?), but all is forgiven. "Warm Ride" makes it debut here and is a remarkable song.

Special treats include the first released Bee Gees version of "(Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away" and the country flavored "Rest Your Love On Me", a Top 40 country hit.

This was the Bee Gees third #1 album in a row and is a great five year feat.

UPDATE: This 2007 reissue contains six (6) new songs that make it even more valuable as a collection of the Bee Gees Greatest hits. "Warm Ride" is a great falsetto driven rocker that was given to Andy Gibb. There is an extended version of, "Stayin' Alive" with a great horn section. The remixes of "You Should Be Dancing", If I Can't Have You", "Night Fever" and "How deep Is Your Love" are all welcome additons.

The new remixed versions of "Stayin' Alive", "Night Fever", "How Deep Is Your Love" and "If I Can't Have You" make this the ultimate collection of classic songs from the late seventies. The Bee Gees really did influence dance music during this period.

P.S. To the Amazon Editor: "Too Much Heaven" and "Love You Inside Out" were top singles and 'not bland'. Go wash your mouth out.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Tom on September 20, 2007
Format: Audio CD
From the superb packaging (including a cool pull-out poster) to pristine remastered sound to the generous bonus tracks, "Greatest" is a top-notch re-release. Even if you already own the original CD release, it's worth purchasing "Greatest" again, because this is the superior edition.

While it only focuses on the 1970s disco/R&B era of the Bee Gees, "Greatest" captures the trio at their peak.

What makes this really worth purchasing are the bonus tracks. A rare promo version of "Stayin' Alive" will undoubtedly be the draw here, since it's a rarity on CD. The revamped, remixed versions of "You Should Be Dancing", "If I Can't Have You", "Night Fever" and "How Deep is Your Love" don't stray too far from the originals but are updated enough to give them a more contemporary feel.

Relive the Bee Gees' most popular era with this excellent release.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By JChamp on September 18, 2007
Format: Audio CD
The harmonies - fantastic. The production - incredible. The songwriting - masterful.

With all that in its favor, I had to take away a point for this collection for the combined drawback of missing tracks and for some lousy packaging. Any "greatest" collection of any artist is going to come up short, but 26 tracks hardly scratches the surface when you consider that many of these are remixes. The emphasis here is the '70s Bee Gees which is fine (great, really), but you'll need to buy several more CDs worth of material to get a taste of the '60s era and any hidden gems from the later period.

The CD package looks really nice, but those cardboard sleeves make you fight to remove the CD itself thus creating fingerprints, scratches, etc. What's worse, disc 2 in my set was jammed in there so tightly that when I finally wrestled it free, it was smattered with glue from the packaging process.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Michael Kerner HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on September 18, 2007
Format: Audio CD
The music of the 1970's remains as distinctive and classic for the past several years. With great acts like The Police and Genesis who've recently reunited as well, it seems like classic music from the past has a noble re-introduction with reunions everywhere. That is also said through the music of the Bee Gees. Although it is very sad that it has been over four years since the heartbreaking death of Maurice Gibb, the brothers distinctive sound has been reintroduced to a whole new generation for die hard fans, and for those who seem to really be more into Paris Hilton, and those overexposed rap artists. Now, a returning hits records has still shown the Gibb brothers music is still as lively as ever.

The 2007 re-release of the Bee Gees double album Greatest, spans the group through the history of their second era of hits, the 1970's. The collection includes some great tracks that are just delightful to, as well as a few extra remixed versions of classic Bee Gees songs. The album has been remastered very well, and is the first time the album has seen the light of day in several years, since the Bee Gees catalog was recently moved from Universal, to Warner Brothers last year. The album includes some really great tracks including th soulful How Deep Is your Love, Jive Talkin', the often overlooked Nights On Broadway, and the classic #1 dance smash Stayin' Alive from Saturday Night Fever. Although, there are a lot of tracks that've been remixed here well, I honestly wish the album could've included I've Started A Joke, and a few other great classic songs.
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unforgettable 3 part harmony
I agree and they had some great band members over the main part of their careers in the 1960's and 1970's. Their songwriting was one of a kind.
Nov 2, 2012 by Shining Star |  See all 2 posts
Wrong Track Listing
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Track Listing

Disc 1
1. Jive Talkin'
2. Night Fever
3. Tragedy
4. You Should Be Dancing
5. Stayin' Alive
6. How Deep Is Your Love
7. Love So Right
8. Too Much Heaven
9. (Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away
10. Fanny (Be Tender With My Love)
Bonus Tracks:
11. Warm Ride*
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Aug 25, 2007 by The Music Man |  See all 4 posts
Stayin' Alive is (not) a danceseable song. Be the first to reply
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