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8 thoughts on “ Bee Gees - Odessa (CD, Album) ”

  1. Odessa is the sixth studio album by the Bee Gees, originally released on 30 March Regarded as the most significant of the group's Sixties albums, it was released as a double vinyl record initially in an opulent red flocked cover with gold lettering.
  2. Odessa (CD) Bee Gees Currently Unavailable. SHIPS FREE in U.S. Track Listing. Disc 1 Titles. Artist. Length. 1. Odessa (City On The Black Sea) Bee Gees 2. You'll Never See My Face Again. Bee Gees 3. Black Diamond. Bee Gees
  3. "Tragedy" is a song released by the Bee Gees, written by Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb, included on their album Spirits Having Flown. The single reached number one in the UK in February and repeated the feat the following month on the US Billboard Hot In New Zealand, Tragedy succeeded the number 1 hit for 6 weeks from 18 March - 22 April.
  4. Previously unreleased songs recorded by the Bee Gees in The Bee Gees Sing The Beatles. First Album Demos. Inception Nostalgia. Brothers With Others. Inception/Nostalgia is a compilation album Shipping: Free.
  5. Reprise/Rhino went all-out for their deluxe edition treatment of the Bee Gees' Odessa album. Disc one of the three-CD set has the album (originally a double LP) in its original mono mix; disc two presents it in its original stereo mix; and disc three, most excitingly for Bee Gees fans and collectors, offers 22 previously unreleased tracks (and one promotional radio spot).
  6. Martin Chilton Bee Gees ’ remarkable concept album Odessa was sometimes overlooked in the wake of the reinvention of big brother Barry and twins Robin and Maurice Gibb as the kings of disco.
  7. The Best of the Bee Gees will be joined onstage with an original member of the Bee Gees, Colin ‘Smiley’ Petersen. Colin ‘Smiley’ Petersen the first non-Gibb brother to become an official member of the Bee Gees. He played drums on the albums Bee Gees 1st, Horizontal, Idea, Odessa and Cucumber Castle.
  8. Odessa is the Bee Gees' fourth album, released as a double LP in During the recording of the album, guitarist Vince Melouney left the group amicably wanting to pursue a more bluesy direction. Prior to release there were disagreements over which song was to be released as a single (the Robin-led Lamplight lost out to First of May, a Barry solo vocal). This led to Robin Gibb leaving the.

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