Tuesday, June 20, 2017
A little early stuff from The Brothers Gibb
The Bee Gees celebrated their 50th anniversary in 2010.
Back in 1960, Barry (14) and his brothers (11 yr old twins) started singing around clubs in Australia. They eventually found their way to radio, TV and a recording studio.
Today, we recall some of those tunes.
Some of these songs were written and recorded when the brothers were teenagers.
These songs were early signs of big things to come.....specially the songwriting and tight harmonies.
Success came in the spring of '67.....they exploded with "New York Mining Disaster", their first international hit! It was followed by "To love somebody", "Holiday" and a Top 10 LP.
Today, we remember some of that early repertoire available in a couple of CD's released as LP's in 1968 and 1969:
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