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'Mythology' contains four discs housed in a 5 3/4 X 7 5/8 X 7/16 box, with each disc spotlighting a different Gibb brother, including one disc dedicated to Andy. The songs were chosen by Barry, Robin, Maurice's widow Yvonne (and their children Adam and Samantha), and Andy's daughter Peta.
'Mythology' also features a collection of family photos, many never-before published, along with tributes from artists such as George Martin, Brian Wilson, Elton John, Graham Nash, and the band's longtime manager Robert Stigwood. Spanning the Bee Gees' five-decade career, the set's 81 tracks touch on several of the group's best-known hits.
The final disc spotlights Andy Gibb, who worked with his brothers throughout his career, before his death in 1988 at the age of 30. Notably, Andy's first 3 singles all went to #1 in the U.S., a feat that had never been accomplished before. 'Mythology' also marks the debut of 'Arrow Through The Heart,' a song Andy recorded shortly before his death that was intended for a comeback album.
Great set! It's impossible to please 100% of people all the time, so I'm sure there are some fans who will be disappointed that a song or two has not been included. Read morePublished 26 days ago by L. M. Sedmina
All the brothers it could only get better if they were all still with us.Published 1 month ago by Cynthia S Destefani
I've always liked the Bee Gee's music. This didn't disappoint.Published 3 months ago by Kathy G. Muisiner
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Thanks for posting. I never heard of half of these songs. Oh well, I hope to get this box set when it comes out. And I agree with david chan, it would of been a bonus for a dvd.
Oct 23, 2009 by kevinpm | See all 21 posts
|I saw it & held it in my hands...||
Since they (Rhino-Reprise) seem to concern with greatest package only, I think what comes next is the Greatest-Mega-Ultra-Super Hits package containing (again) all their hits and a few unreleased tracks here abd there as usual. Since Odessa came out early in 2009, we haven't seen any studio... Read More
Nov 15, 2010 by Blue Jay Way | See all 5 posts
|Bee Gees "Mythology" box postponed until March 2010||
I don't mind Mythology. This is like an updated Tales of the Brothers Gibb.
I still don't know if I will buy it though.
But I would much rather prefer they kept re-releasing the original albums. The last one was the great Odessa in January so it seems they won't be releasing anything new for... Read More
Aug 26, 2009 by Blue Jay Way | See all 67 posts
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