Festival Album Collection: 1965 - 1967 Import
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Highlights of this collection are, 'Claustrophobia', 'Wine And Women' and 'I Was A Lover, A Leader Of Men' from 'The Bee Gees Sing & Play 14 Barry Gibb Songs'. From 'Spicks And Specks'; there is the title track single, 'Monday's Rain' (original version), 'How Many Birds' and 'Playdown' (a recent concert favorite from Barry). 'Turn Around, Look At Us' contains the famous Robin sung B-Side, 'I Am The World', 'Cherry Red' and 'The Battle of the Blue and the Grey'.
The remastering is noticeably better on all thirty-eight (38) songs than on any previous release, which is only befitting (particularly in Mono).Read more ›
Update- I have listened to the 3rd cd and haven't found another different versions of songs.
It was obvious even in their teens that these cats would make their mark. The singing and songwriting, although embryonic in places, is wonderful, exciting, original, joyful, spirited and... fun!
Not that there's a lack of moody Gees melancholy as well.
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Three of the best Bee Gees albums from the beginning of their historic career. Excellent quality product and arrived in protective packaging.Published 8 days ago by Suzanne M. Allore
Poor examples of Bee Gees music. I was very disappointed. I would not recommend it to lovers of this genre.Published on April 2, 2013 by Robert weiland