In the spring of 1967, my brother rushed home with a new 45. (We were a couple of teens collecting 45s!)
It was Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb singing their first international hit: "New York Mining Disaster 1941"
Initially, many people thought that it was The Beatles.
Many thought that Bee Gees was "Beatles Group".
Eventually, the world realized that it was the Brothers Gibb, specially when they listened to the B-side, the wonderful "I can't see nobody".
Barry was 20 and Robin & Maurice were only 17. It was the beginning of the amazing worldwide career of the brothers!
Here are the digital versions of both sides of the 45: New York Mining Disaster 1941 & I can't see nobody. You should also add FIRST, the group's first LP, to your collection.