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Saved By The Bell: The Collected Works Of Robin Gibb 1968-1970 (3CD)

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The collection captures the entire musical output of Robin Gibb at 19 years old, over a 12 month period from 1969 and 1970. The extensive 3 disc set features the critically acclaimed hit solo album Robin s Reign, rebooted to include nine alternate takes and full-length versions, as well as the previously unreleased, and much sought-after Sing Slowly Sisters album, which comes exactly 45 years after it was recorded.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 2, 2015)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Label: Rhino Records
  • ASIN: B00W34SFSK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,036 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A. W. Carter on June 30, 2015
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Holy melancholy, this is the mother lode! Any fan of Odessa-era Bee Gees (and anyone who loves an irresistible melody should be) is going to freak out over this collection. Who knew there were so many unreleased miniature masterpieces in Robin's oeuvre? We knew that there was at least one album of material from when the Gibb brothers were split during this time (1969-1970), but I had no clue the quality of Robin's feverish output here would be so consistently and uniquely and hauntingly great.

Do you love, "I Started a Joke," from Idea, or "Black Diamonds" from Odessa? There's plenty more where that came from here. Almost every cut is another hook-filled minor (but melancholy) gem. Make no mistake, this is some sad stuff. I didn't know that just prior to this period Robin had survived a train crash in England where 49 other passengers had died. So no wonder the man was a bit obsessed with stories of death of characters both historical and fictional. But never did so sad sound so good. There is no irony lost in the fact that so soon after his own death, 10 years of efforts to find this material now arrives to lift his legacy so much higher.

Pour yourself a stiff drink, sit back and bask in the best baroque pop you will ever hear. He was the king in this realm. Long may Robin Reign!
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About twenty years ago at a thrift shop I purchased a mint copy of "Robin's Reign" on LP for about $5.00 and fell in love with the music on this album. The "Sing Slowly Sisters" sessions were just something that I had read about but never thought would see the light of day. I still can't believe that we have them in a very attractive box set from Rhino! If you are reading this there is not much I can say that other people have not said better than I could and have much more inside information. I'm taking this collection very slow and listening to each disc many times over and reading the liner notes. Any fan of Robin or The Bee Gees must have this collection!
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I'm still working my way through this compilation, but what I've heard so far, just on the first disc, more than justifies the effort that went into this set and the purchase price. To be perfectly honest, I never cared much for this album when I heard it back when, or in subsequent instances, but now I realize that I wasn't hearing the material under optimum conditions -- there were always condition or pressing issues with the copies of the original Robin's Reign that I attempted to partake of, and none of those problems are part of this release. I can hardly wait to get to the later material as I'm listening, and the only question I would ask is if we will see an upgraded release of the two-man Bee Gees CUCUMBER CASTLE album and any related sessions.
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Exceptional de luxe box, wonderful pictures, marvellous songs and specially- Goodbye Good World - which is very rare with- Lord Bless All- and- Hudson's Fallen Wind- rare and precious songs. The quality sound is absolutly perfect. There is a book with the story of the songs, the Bee Gees and Robin's story, 3 CD. The pictures quality very beautiful, it's really a splendid album, I was very surprised!
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I just received this today - I do have one minor quibble with how long it took to arrive from the seller, Marvello, but I already feel transported to 1969 when I first heard Robin's Reign. The haunting melodies, the weirdness of the lyrics, which seem to make the listener part of some kind of fantasy, are so affecting that I can't describe it adequately. And I have just listened to the first disc! thanks to all of those who put this together after 45 years. Robin and I were born one week apart - my twin brother and I were born one week after Maurice and Robin, and we have always felt a kinship with both twins. This is an invaluable piece of work.
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This is the second great posthumously issued Robin Gibb collection [See my ***** Amazon review of "50 St. Catherine's Drive" titled "Best pop album of the year (times 50)!" from 8 November 2014], an over-three-and-a-half-hour all-inclusive (as far as humanly possible) three-disc compendium of his solo work from his highly prolific but little-known (especially in the U.S.) 1968-1970 period.

There is everything from his magnificent single "Saved by the Bell" (the title song of this collection) to a couple of very impressive symphonic pieces that are both musically lovely and emotionally stirring. "Saved by the Bell," from the outstanding "Robin's Reign" LP, had a long run on the British singles charts from July to November, 1969, reaching a peak of #2. The majestic and gorgeous "One Million Years" was the follow-up single late in the year, which failed to chart in the UK but reached #6 in the Netherlands and #14 in Germany. Single #3 (and the second from "Robin's Reign") was the waltz-timed "August October," which only climbed as high as #45 in the UK in February, 1970. "Robin's Reign" has nary a weak moment. It closes with the stunning "Most of My Life," an introspective, melancholy masterpiece with a towering melody and Robin's voice at its most emotive, quavery best. Along the way "Gone Gone Gone" and "Give Me a Smile" stand out as gems, while "Lord Bless All," with its lush sound and churchy chorus is a virtual follow-up to the previously mentioned symphonic pieces, particularly "Ghost of Christmas Past" based on Charles Dickens and recorded three and a half months earlier.
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