Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Music from the very young Gibb brothers!



In early 1967, Barry (20 years old), Maurice and Robin (17 year old twins) walked around London looking for a recording contract.

They brought with them a collection of songs recorded in Australia.

The Gibb brothers finally aligned with Robert Stigwood.

By the end of 1967, The Bee Gees had 3 big international hits ("NY Mining Disaster", "To love somebody" and "Holiday") and a best selling album.

What caught Robert Stigwood's fancy about the singing brothers?

It had to be those songs that the guys recorded in Australia.

A few years ago, a CD of early Bee Gees' tunes was released. It was the CD version of a couple of LPs released years before.

What's significant about these tunes? The answer is that you can hear the wonderful Gibb harmonies and songwriting skills.





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