Wednesday, November 16, 2016

November 1972: "Alive" by The Bee Gees



By November 1972, The Bee Gees were enjoying another year of international hits, such as "Run to me" and "My world". It was a pretty good time for Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb!

They released one of their very best albums, or CDs as they called them now: To Whom it may concern!

It included "We lost the road", "Sea of smiling faces" and Maurice Gibb's lead vocal on "You know it's for you"!

The second single from the album was "Alive", a Barry Gibb lead vocal. Of course, this is 5 years before "Stayin' Alive", the legendary tune that opened the movie "Saturday Night Fever:



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